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SAP GUI scripting should be enabled
Steps to enable SAP GUI scripting.
The machine's Scale and Layout should be 100%. Follow the steps below to configure the Scale and layout fields:
- 1.The user has to search the Settings App in the search field from the taskbar.
- 2.The user has to click the System Settings icon.
- 3.In System Settings, the user has to navigate to the Display page and click the Scale and Layout dropdown.
- 4.The user has to select the 100% scale and layout.
- 1.The user has to Log in to the SAP server.
- 2.The user has to run the transaction RZ11.
- 3.The user has to enter the “sapgui/user_scripting” in the Parameter name and click the Display button. Note: If "Parameter name is unknown" appears in the status bar, it indicates that you are missing the current support package. Check your installed packages.
- 4.The user has to change the value of “sapgui/user_scripting” to TRUE and click the Save icon.
The Avo Assure test user has to perform the below-mentioned steps to maintain the necessary screen level compatibility for GUI-based SAP applications like SAP ECC and SAP HANA.
- 1.The user has to open the SAP Instance and click the Customize Local Layout (ALT+F12) icon.
- 2.The user has to click the Options button.
- 3.The user has to Navigate to Visual Design > Theme Preview/ Setting and Check the Use Corbu style icons.
- 4.The user has to navigate to Interaction Design > Keyboard Settings and check the Activate accelerator keys.
- 5.The user has to navigate to Interaction Design > Visualization2 and select the radio button Show Enhanced Search automatically.
- 6.The user has to navigate to Interaction Design > Notifications and select No tooltip from the Tooltip Delay drop-down.
- 7.The user has to navigate to Accessibility & Scripting > Accessibility and check the Use accessibility mode.
- 8.The user has to navigate to Accessibility & Scripting > Scripting and check the Enable scripting. Note:
- Uncheck "Notify when a script attaches to SAP GUI" (if checked).
- Uncheck "Notify when a script opens a connection" (if checked).
- 9.The user has to click the OK and Apply buttons.
- 10.In the SAP Logon 760 window, the user has to navigate to Connections -> Add New Entry -> User Specified System. Enter the following details in System Connection Parameters
- Application Server
- Instance Number
- System ID