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To set up an operation mode, from the main initial CCMS screen, select Configuration OP Modes/Servers, or enter transaction code RZ04 in the command field. The screen CCMS: Maintain Operation Modes and Instances is displayed. From this screen, you can create and change operation modes and instances. Existing operation modes are listed as they were previously defined. If you have not defined any operation mode yet, the system displays the <DUMMY> operation mode, which is a nonproductive operation mode. To configure an operation mode, the instance profiles must be correctly set up, since the operation modes will use the instance and start profile information for performing their tasks. There are four required steps for the configuration: 1. Define an operation mode. 2. Define the instance. 3. Assign the instances and the work process distribution to the operation mode. 4. Maintain the operation mode timetable. Defining Operation Modes To define a new operation mode, from the initial screen for maintaining operation modes and instances, click on the Create icon in the application toolbar. Figure 11 8 shows the resulting screen.
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Figure 11 8: Creating an operation mode. Enter the name and a short description for the operation mode in the provided input fields. Then in the radio button options box Operation mode type, you have to decide whether to define a productive operation mode or a test one. A productive operation mode will make effective and automatic mode switches and are used in normal R/3 operation. Test operation modes can only be switched manually. Normally, select productive operation modes. After entering the data, click on the Save button. Now you are ready to assign the new operation mode to an 398
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If you click the Instances/profiles button while in the initial screen CCMS: Maintain Operation Modes and Instances, the system shows the instances to which different operation modes are assigned (in the OP mode view). For creating or defining a new instance, you must select Profile Create new instance. Figure 11 9 shows the Maintain Instance Data screen in which input fields must be entered for correctly configuring the instance: Hostname. Should contain the hostname of the instance. SAP instance number. Refers to the SAP system number, which must be unique. Start profile name. Refers to the instance start profile as defined in the CCMS. For a list of values, you can press the F4 function key or the possible entries list arrow. Instance profile name. Refers to the instance profile as defined in the CCMS. You can also display available values.
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Figure 11 9: Maintain Instance Data screen. Pressing the Return key at this moment will fill up the rest of the screen fields. The fast way of creating an instance is to simply enter the Hostname and click on the Current settings button on the application toolbar; the system will then fetch all the profile data automatically from the active instance. By selecting Maintain start user, you can additionally configure the user data for starting or stopping the instance. Next, click on the Save icon on the standard toolbar, or select Instance Save. The system will save the instance data and check the configuration. Once the information is confirmed, and only when creating the instance for the first time, the system displays a dialog box CCMS: Maintain Work Process Distribution, where you select an operation mode for assigning the instance. You are asked whether you want to assign the instance to additional operation modes.
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Assigning operation modes to instances does not have any effect on the instance profile or directories which were created during the R/3 installations or with the profile maintenance tool. It has a direct connection, though, for checking the consistency of the defined number of work processes in the profiles against those which can be defined in the operation modes. To assign an instance to an operation mode, from the main CCMS screen, select Configuration OP Modes/Servers. The system displays the list of operation modes already defined. Click on the Instances/OP modes button on the application toolbar to display all the instances with productive operation modes. Figure 11 10 shows an example of this screen. The system displays the list of operation modes for every active instance with information about the number and type of work processes assigned to them. Note that the total number, under the Sum column, should be the same for a single instance, regardless of the operation mode.
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Figure 11 10: Screen for maintaining instances and operation modes. To assign a newly created operation mode, click on one of the lines in the list of operation modes, and from the menu select Instance Maintain instance WP distribution. The system will display a new window for defining the work process distribution for the instance, like the one shown in Fig. 11 11.
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