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Shortcuts are a component of the SAPGUI that works in the 32 bit Windows platforms (Windows 95, Windows 98, and NT), and are very useful for quickly running those functions or transactions that are more frequently used. Shortcuts can be created from the standard toolbar of the R/3 SAPGUI, or can be manually created (using program sapsh.exe or sapshcut.exe with parameters). Once they are created, shortcuts appear as regular desktop icons that can even be included in other Windows documents or sent by e mail. Shortcuts are automatically installed with the SAPGUI of release 4.5 and EnjoySAP (release 4.6). However, they can be used with release 4.0B, although with limited functionality. The easiest way to create a shortcut for a particular application is to go to the required screen with regular R/3 menu functions or transaction codes. Once in the transaction for which a shortcut is desired, click on the Create shortcut icon on the standard toolbar. Figure 5 12 shows the dialog box for creating shortcuts. Enter the requested logon data and click OK.
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Figure 5 12: Create shortcut window. The system automatically creates a SAP shortcut on the Windows desktop. To run the SAP shortcut, just double click on the icon. For security reasons the system will display a dialog box requesting the username and password. After a successful logon, the shortcut will take you automatically to the defined transaction or report. Shortcuts can also be used in the current SAPGUI sessions, which eliminates having to enter username and password. There are three options: If you drag and drop the shortcut on the existing session, the system will automatically go to the defined shortcut transaction. To run the shortcut on a new session, hold the <CTRL> key while dragging the shortcut to the R/3 window. 131
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System Status Information To change the shortcut parameters, hold the <SHIFT> key while dragging the shortcut to the R/3 window.
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In every R/3 window, users have the option of displaying important information about the system, the user, the transaction, and other data, which can be extremely helpful on many occasions. The status screen can be accessed by choosing System Status from any R/3 window. In the Status window, under the Usage data box, you can see what the actual user name, client, language, date, and time are. Most important, though, is the Repository data where the system displays the transaction, program, and screen number. This is the way users can locate the transactions they are working on and developers or support personnel can easily locate the specific programs or menus that might have errors. With SAPGUI release 4.5 and later, part of the status information can also be displayed from the status bar by clicking on the possible entries arrow on the system box.
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Users of the R/3 system can work on more than one task at a time by means of opening new sessions. Sessions are like independent R/3 windows where you can perform other tasks. By default, a user can open up to nine sessions and work or move around all open sessions at the same time, without interrupting the work on other sessions. For example, users might decide to have a session open to watch the status of background or printing jobs, while performing their usual tasks in other sessions. Sessions can be closed at any time, without having to log off the system. However, when a user closes off the last session, this has the same effect as logging off. The system administrator might decide to limit the allowed number of open sessions to less than nine, since the workload caused by open sessions is virtually the same as having additional users logged on to the system. Users can create new sessions from anywhere, since the Create session function is under the System menu: also, there is an icon in the standard toolbar, available in every R/3 window. To create a new session, click on the Create Session icon, or, from the menu bar, select System Create session. The system will open a new R/3 window with a new session and will place it in front of all other windows, immediately making it the active session. The status bar at the bottom of the screen shows the session number in parentheses beside the SAP system name (SID). The new session will be either the initial R/3 window or the user assigned initial menu. There is, however, a faster way to create a new session and a task (transaction) in a single step by using transaction codes in the command field. In order to do that, users have to know the needed transaction code. The R/3 system includes some utilities to help users find the needed transaction codes. When opening a new session with a transaction code, the system displays the initial screen of the transaction in a new session. To create a new session with a specific transaction at once, you must enter /O<TCODE> in the command field: front slash (/), the letter O, and <TCODE>, which stands for transaction code. For example, typing /OS001 in the command field and pressing Enter will start a new session with the initial screen of the task belonging to transaction S001 (ABAP workbench). Figure 5 13 shows the command field with the example described. 132
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