SAP NetWeaver MDM 7-1 Administrators Guide

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作者 Uday Rao 2011年出版 分类:sap 1427

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SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 Administrator's Guide
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1. MDM Scenarios and Fundamentals
Master Data Management
Benefits of Master Data Management
MDM scenarios
IT scenarios
Master Data Consolidation
Components required for implementing Master Data
How this scenario integrates with other scenarios?
Master Data Harmonization
Components required for implementing Master Data
How this scenario integrates with other scenarios
Central Master Data Management

Components required for implementing Central Master Data
How this scenario integrates with other scenarios
Business scenarios
Rich Product-Content Management
Process flow
Importing product data
Re-categorizing and enriching product data
Providing catalog content
Enabling print publishing
Global Data Synchronization
Customer-Data Integration
MDM Server know how
What is an MDM Server?
MDM auxiliary servers
What is an MDM repository?
What makes a database a master data repository?
MDM repository structure
Other key capabilities of an MDM repository
Qualified tables and qualifiers
Product family
Product masks
Data groups
Validations and validation groups
2. Getting to Know the MDM Console
Launching the MDM Console
MDM Console Settings file
Loading the MDM Console Settings file
Using the Console main menu
Using the Console desktop shortcut
Using the command line
MDM Console main window
Hierarchy pane
Objects pane

Object detail pane
Functions tab
Tables and Fields tab
Status bar
Configuration parameters
MDM Console settings
MDM server settings
MDM auxiliary server settings
Repository settings
DBMS settings
Keyboard shortcuts
3. Accessing the MDM System
Accessing the MDM servers
Mounting and unmounting an MDM server
Starting and stopping an MDM server
MDM repository properties
DBMS server
Repository port numbers
Accessing the MDM repository
Mounting and unmounting an MDM repository
Connecting to and disconnecting from an MDM repository
Loading and unloading an MDM repository
4. MDM Repository Maintenance
Working with MDM repositories
Creating an MDM repository
Creating a default repository
Creating a repository from an archive
Repository creation options
Deleting an MDM repository
Working with tables and fields
Table properties
Adding tables
Editing tables
Display Fields
Unique Fields

Deleting tables
Field properties
Adding fields
Editing fields
Reordering fields
Deleting fields
Working with tuples
Tuple properties
Adding or deleting tuples
Working with tuple member fields
Adding tuple member fields
Deleting tuple member fields
5. MDM Repository Administration
Appropriating an MDM repository
Updating an MDM repository
Verifying an MDM repository
Duplicating an MDM repository
Maintaining a master/slave repository
Benefits and limitations of master/slave concepts
Master/slave landscape strategies
Publication slave
Master/slave repository in the Console
Identifying master and slave repositories in the Console
Creating a master and slave repository
Synchronizing a slave repository
Normalizing a slave repository
Broken master/slave repository
Repository archive and unarchive
Archive Options
Publication model archive and unarchive
MDM schema transportation
Exporting schemas
Importing schemas

Schema migration vs. CTS+
6. Server Administration
Accessing MDM servers
Monitoring MDM server activity
Optimizing MDM's performance
Import slices and import sleep time
Logs, traces, and reports
MDS configuration
Server-level configuration
Repository-level configuration
DBMS settings
DBMS initialization
MDM on multiple DBMS instances
DBMS servers list
7. Import Server Administration
Master Data Import Server
Difference between the MDIS and the Import Manager
MDIS's Ports
File types supported by the MDIS
MDIS's support for text files
MDIS's support for XML files
Working with other XML types
Virtual Extended Records
Structural Transformation phase
Value Transformation phase
Import phase
Using the MDIS
Exception handling
Structural Exceptions
Value and Import Exceptions
Block on Structural Exceptions
The MDIS configuration

Global MDIS parameters
Repository specific MDIS.ini parameters
Configuring the MDIS from the MDM Console
Configuring optimal performance
Import files are not being processed by the MDIS
Port has exceptions
Source fields or values not being imported
Source file is too large to open in the Import Manager
Enabling tracing and audit trails in the Import log
8. Syndication Server Administration
Master Data Syndication Server
Difference between MDSS and the Syndicator
MDSS Ports
Using MDSS
Monitoring MDSS activities
MDSS configuration
Global MDSS Parameters
Repository specific MDSS parameters
MDSS - Auxiliary Servers node in the MDM Console
Problem 1: No syndications are executed
Server and repository status
Outbound port settings
Map properties
MDSS configuration errors
Problem 2: Syndications are not executed as per scheduled time
Problem 3: Unchanged records are not suppressed
Problem 4: Changed records are not syndicated
Syndication tips
Tip 1: Syndicating large files
Tip 2: Avoid changes to master data during syndication

9. MDM System Administration
MDM security: at a glance
Managing MDM users, roles, and privileges
Managing MDM users
Managing MDM roles
Functions tab
Tables and Fields
Trusted connections
Additional system tables
Change tracking
XML schemas
10. Security
Users, roles, and authentication
Password protecting the MDM servers
Password protecting the MDM repositories
Changing password on login
Password expiration
Avoiding weak passwords
Minimal password length
Deactivation due to inactivity
Resetting the admin password
Network and communication security
SSL support for securing the communication channel
MDM server configuration
Authorization concepts and management
Content security
MDM file locations and file system security
11. MDM Integration Scenarios
MDM BI integration
Integrating BI and MDM
MDM XI/PI integration

Configuration of the Adapter
Monitoring the MDM Adapter
MDM Portal integration
MDM Portal integration prerequisites
Before working with SAP Enterprise Portal
Integrating SAP NetWeaver MDM with Enterprise Portal
A. Getting Started with MDM
MDM concept
MDM functional components
Key capabilities
Setup and installation of MDM 7.1

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