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How to create and process Central Business Scenario Configuration

Central business scenario configuration is used in closed ABAP landscapes where provider and consumer systems are controlled by a central ABAP system for Web service configuration. It allows configuration of connections between consumer and provider systems and supports consumer driven configuration of provider as well as provisioning of provider configurations for external systems.

For more information, see Central Business Scenario Configuration

Prerequisites

Central business scenario configuration requires a system landscape with a central system, domains and domain systems in the central system and hence managed systems which have set up a management connection to the central system.

Configuration is only supported with the help of service groups.

Constraints

Service groups have to be used in order to configure with the help of Business Scenario Configuration. 

Procedure

To create and process central business scenario configuration in a central system perform the following steps:

 
1.

Start SOA Manager in the central System.
Use the transaction code SOAMANAGER.

SOA Manager is a WebDynpro ABAP application. For this reason, its ICF node needs to be active. You can use transaction SICF to check that the ICF node for SOA Manager (/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/appl_soap_management) is active.
More information: SAP Note 1124553

2.
From the main screen of the SOA Manager, go to theService Administrationtab.
3.
ChooseBusiness Scenarion Configuration.
4.
Search for existing Scenarios or create a new one

In case of editing an existing one, click on Search after specifing the relevant search critera.

Click on the name and navigate into the scenario, click on edit.
In case of creation of a new scenario, click on Create and specify Name and Description, click on Create.

5. Create a new Connection

Click on Create and specify Consumer System, Service Group and Provider Application in the pop up. Click on Create. The newly created connection is shown in connections table.
Check that the provider interface in the consumer proxy interface assignment section is not empty. If it is empty, select the proper provider interface from the dropdown list.

6. Save the Business Scenario

Click on Save.

 

Example

To create and process Central Business Scenario Configuration in Central System perform the following steps:

 
1.

Start SOA Manager on Provider System.
Use the transaction code SOAMANAGER.

SOA Manager is a WebDynpro ABAP application. For this reason, its ICF node needs to be active. You can use transaction SICF to check that the ICF node for SOA Manager (/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/appl_soap_management) is active.
More information: SAP Note 1124553

2.
From the main screen of the SOA Manager, go to theService Administrationtab.
3.
ChooseBusiness Scenarion Configuration.

 
4.
Search for existing Scenarios or create a new one

In case of editing an existing one, click on Search after specifing the relevant search critera.

Click on the name and navigate into the scenario, click on edit.
In case of creation of a new scenario, click on Create and specify Name and Description, click on Create.

5. Create a new Connection

Click on Create and specify Consumer System, Service Group and Provider Application in the pop up. Click on Create. Te newly created connection is shown in connections table.

 

6. Save the Business Scenarion

Click on Save.

 

 
 

 

Result

Now in the configuration request is present in central system. The change processor needs to be triggered in order to transfer the request data to the managed systems, create providers side configurations and create consumer side configurations. To do so, on the Service Administration tab, choose Change Processor and release the changes.

 

More Information

Add links to the following:

  • SAP Online Help
  • SAP Notes
  • Other pages in the SOA Manager Wiki

 

 
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