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05119 - Create a directory in AL11

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Create a directory in AL11


Hi, Martin.

Did you remember to stop and restart SAP after making the profile change.
Any change to a profile only becomes effective once the system is shutdown
and restarted.

Regards,

Des Olwage
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"Martin Brieger"

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Subject: Re: Re:
Create a directory in AL11
18/02/2002 23:00

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Okay BASIS guys,

here my findings:

The directories in AL11 *seem* to be hardcoded within SAP, but can be
changed in the startup profile.
However, adding any via the profile does not seem to work.

Whilst I find this not really satisfactory, it pretty much looks like
that's the way this works.

I for one wouldn't change any of the directories in the profile cause there
is no way of knowing if one might not be used.

Martin
----- Original Message -----
From: Martin Brieger
To: DoNotReply@consolut.eu
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:19 AM
Subject: Re: Re: Create a directory in AL11


Chris,

the problem is not MKDIR, but rather the question why AL11 does NOT list
all the directories available under the root.
Subsequently there must be a configuration or table where the
*directories to be listed* are stored.

In 4.6 there is a button to add directories, not so in 4.0.

Since AL11 isn't listing everything under the sun, there must be some
config.
Maybe it's in customization in 4.0 and has since been moved from there?
Or *BASIS* directories are configured in customization and everything
else in AL11 in 4.6.

I even went through some IFS configuration and was unable to find a list
of the *BASIS* directories.

In our case Gerd wants to have /QNTC right from the root and not
somewhere added via a symbolic link.

Martin
----- Original Message -----
From: Sugg, Chris
To: 'DoNotReply@consolut.eu'
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:08 AM
Subject: RE: Re: Create a directory in AL11


Hello Gerd.

Sorry I can't look at the configure button in AL11 since all the
buttons are
in German for some particular reason instead of English on our system.
If I
understand you correctly though, can't you just create the *DIR where
you
want it?

Directory . . . . : /usr/sap/

Opt Object link Type
. *DIR
.. *DIR
com *DIR
tmp *DIR
trans *DIR
DEV *DIR
PRD *DIR
TST *DIR

MKDIR DIR('/usr/sap/tmp2')

Directory . . . . : /usr/sap/

Opt Object link Type
. *DIR
.. *DIR
com *DIR
tmp *DIR
tmp2 *DIR
trans *DIR
DEV *DIR
PRD *DIR
TST *DIR

Once the *DIR is created in the folder you want, simply move other
folders
into it (Option 11).

I have created a couple of *DIR this way since I can't understand the
German
on the buttons.
If this isn't what you need, sorry.

Good luck,
Chris




-----Original Message-----
From: bavarian_cons [mailto:gerd.goebelZb...]
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 12:55 PM
To: DoNotReply@consolut.eu
Subject: Re: Create a directory in AL11


Chris,

I have the directories already in IFS but want to link them to a new
directory entry in AL11. On 4.6C I basically can create a
new "placeholder" in AL11 pointing to the directory in IFS. Creating
this "placeholder" is done with the "Configure" button in 4.6.
However, after that button does not exist in 4.0 I don't really know
how to create it there.

--- In SAP on System iZy..., "Sugg, Chris" <cgcsuggZn...> wrote:
> Hey Gerd.
>
> I'm not sure about the 4.0B system with AL11 but from the OS side,
you can
> type in the command MD or MKDIR to create a *DIR in the IFS file
system.
>
> Chris
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bavarian_cons [mailto:gerd.goebelZb...]
> Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:03 AM
> To: SAP on System iZy...
> Subject: Create a directory in AL11
>
>
> Hi guys,
> on 4.6C I can create a new directory in AL11 with the configure
> button. What's the equipvalent on a 4.0B system, where there is no
> configure button on the screen?
> I checked for non-generated GUI statuses and screens on the 4.0B
> system but obviously that functionality is either not there or is
> done differently.
> Thanks
> Gerd
>
>
>
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