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RZ11_DOKUMENTATION - RZ11 transaction documentation

RZ11_DOKUMENTATION - RZ11 transaction documentation

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  Parameter attributes
The parameter attributes and the parameter documentation should
be entered using this transaction.
The attributes of the profile parameter are used as the basis for
checking the start, default and instance profiles within CCMS
(Transaction RZ10).
You can use the F4 Possible entries pushbutton to display the
valid input values of the work area, the parameter type, the
changeability and the valid operating systems.
You can find detailed information on the values in the
Parameter documentation
The documentation is entered in the logon language and
translated accordingly.
Documentation must be created for each profile parameter.
This documentation is to be used as a basis for SAP documentation,
which is displayed as F1 Help within the profile maintenance.
You should always check the appearance of the documentation
in display mode, as this is how the documentation is
presented to the customer.
The documentation should contain the following points:
Parameter description
Work area
Parameter unit (Byte, KByte, seconds ...)
Default value
Who is permitted to make changes
Limitations for operating systems
Limitations for database systems
Are other parameters affected or concerned
Valid entries, restrictions etc.
Printing the documentation
You can print the documentation for individual parameters
as well as for all parameters.
a) Documentation for individual parameters
Enter the name of the parameter in the parameter name field
and choose 'Print', or branch to the
parameter documentation and choose 'Print' from
b) Documentation for several parameters
Enter the parameter you require in the Parameter name field
using the wildcard character and then choose 'Print'.
Parameter name = '*' means that the complete parameter
documentation is printed.
If the documentation does not exist in the logon language, the
English documentation, if it exists, is printed.
Appendix : Documentation on the values
Short description:
This should be short description of the parameter. This documentation
should always be in English, as it is not translated.
Parameter type :
Assignment of a profile parameter to a type. For each parameter
type, there is a standard check. This check is always executed
if the parameter type does not have its own check routine
The following parameter types are currently defined:
Integer :
This is an integral value. In addition, you can specify a maximum
and/or a minimum value.
Example : rdisp/TRACE
Error situations :
a.) Non-numeric value -> Error
b.) Greater than the maximum -> Error
c.) Less than the minimum -> Error
d.) Less than the default value from sapparam.c-> Error
e.) 10 times greater than the default value -> Warning
Integer (64 Bit):
This is an integer value, which is also suitable for
64 bit integer values. The error situations are the
same as for an integer value.
Time :
For the profile parameter, this is a time specification,
usually a repetition period.
Example : rdisp/btctime
Error situations :
a.) Non-numeric value -> Error
b.) Greater than the maximum -> Error
c.) Less than 0 -> Error
Boolean :
This is a switch with two statuses. Only the following
values are permitted. All other values are interpreted as

Example : gw/keep_process

Permitted values : 0,1 ON,OFF YES,NO TRUE,FALSE

Directory :
This is a directory in the file system. There are no additional

Example : rdisp/workdir
Directory must exist :
This is a directory in the file system. This directory must
Directory can be described :
This is a directory in the file system. The directory must
exist and can be described.
File name :
This is a file name. There are otherwise no additional checks.
Example : gw/secinfo

File name must exist :
This is a file name and the file must exist.
Example : abap/rsyn
File must be executable :
This is a file name and the file must be an executable
Example : exe/gwrd
Character string :
This is any character string. There are no additional checks.
Example : abap/locale_ctype
Host name :
This is a host name. The network software must recognize this
the service.
Example : rdisp/mshost
Service name :
This is a service name. The network software must recognize
host name.
Example : rdisp/msserv

SAP service :
This is an SAP service, whose name is composed according
to SAP convention.
The message handling system must recognize the SAP service.
Example : rdisp/btcname

File template :
This is a file or a directory name that can contain placeholders
that are replaced during runtime by valid values. There is no

Special character string :
This is a special character string. The parameter should only
contain particular character strings.
Example : rdisp/bufrefmode
In this case, the separator should be specified in a separate
Changes allowed:
The customer can make changes to this profile parameter.

Change creates warning :
The customer can make changes to this profile parameter. However,
these changes can create problems if they differ from the
SAP standard values.
Example : rdisp/myname

Change creates error :
The customer should not make changes to this profile parameter.
These can be profile parameters that were used to control
particular actions.
Example : transport/systemtype

For all servers :
If this field is selected, the check will get
the value of the parameter on every server and check whether
the values are the same.

Can be changed dynamically.
If this field is selected, the value of the parameter can be
changed dynamically, while the system is running.

If the field is selected, the pushbutton "Change value" appears
automatically. When you choose this pushbutton, a dialog box appears
in which you enter the new value of the
In the dialog box, you can select the "Change on all servers" field.
The system will then change the value on all servers in the system.
This field is automatically selected if the "On all servers" field
is selected.

If the value of a parameter was changed, an additional line appears
indicating who changed the parameter and when.
A system log entry is written as well.

Default value
Default value of the parameter as defined in the kernel or

Profile value
Value of the parameter as defined in the instance profile.
If the parameter is not defined in the instance profile, the
default value is used.

Current value
Parameter value currently used by the system.
The value can change while the system is running.
(See "Can be changed dynamically)

Check routines :
In addition to the standard checks, you can define a form routine
for the profile parameter check.
Name of the form routine that should be called for the profile
parameter check.
All check routines should be in the include member LSPFCCHK.
Here there is also a template for calling the form
Operating systems :
The profile parameter is only valid for the operating system

You can enter the following :
* No limitations
UNIX All UNIX systems
OSF1 Digital Unix
SunOS Sun Unix
Windows NT Windows NT
OS400 OS400/AS400
WIN Windows 3.x
MAC Apple Mac
OS2 OS/2

| Short Description : RZ11 transaction documentation

| Applications Area : System

| Parameter Type : S

| Changes allowed : X

| Valid for Operating System : *

| Dynamic switchable :

| Same on all Servers :

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