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Tuesday, 29 May 2012

How to create a SAP Package for SCCM2012 and automatically configured SAPlogin.ini file

 
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1. Copy the whole SAP 7.2 installer to one folder and look for one folder call setup.
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2. Double click on NwSapSetupAdmin.exe.
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3. Under SAP Installation Server Administration Tool, you can click on New Package.
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4. Click on Next.
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5. Select the SAP Component that you want to install and click on Next.
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6. Key in the display name for your new package.
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7. You can input the command-line name for the new package.
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8. The new package was created successfully.
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9. Back to the SAP Installation Administration Tools, Select the Configure Packages and click on Expand Editor.
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10. In the Configure package page , select the On End Install and Right click to Insert Script.
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11. Choose the Sample 1: Copying a file and then click on Insert.
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12. No need to change anything ,just click on Save button.
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13. Once you Save it will show changes to package was saved sucessfully
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14. Create a folder name call CustomerFiles in SAP installer folder.
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15. Copy the saplogon.ini inside the CustomerFiles folder.
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16. Click on Packages and select the create package Definition File.
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17. Key in the file name and save it .
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18. Once you save it’s will show Pdf and SMS file created successfully.
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19. Click on Packages and select the compress to single –file installer.
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20. Click on Next.
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21. Click on Browse to choose the directory you want to save the SAP packages.
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22. SAP Setup Package compression in progress………
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23. Click on done once is successfully created the packages.
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24. Using this SAP Packages you can install the SAP with Command line.
Below are the command line that you can either choose /noDlg or /Silent.
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25. Start installing with no Dialog SAP packages.
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26. Successfully install SAP packages with one Packages and SAPlogin.ini is configured.
27. So in SCCM 2012 you just create a normal package with command line either /noDlg or /Silent .

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for this valuable information. The sap support package stack and the automatic configuration of SAP login always give me a hard time.

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  2. hi.. Jacky,
    thank you for your sharing, it's very useful for me.
    but I think this step will not success for SAP 7.30
    could you check this step with SAP 7.30 Version
    I try many time with this step and try deploy to windows 7 clients.
    but always failed with return code: 48 (SAP logs)

    Thank you inadvance

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