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Procedure documentation Using SAP Shortcuts  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

Procedure

If You Do Not Have an SAP Session Running

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       1.      Double-click the SAP shortcut for the task you want to execute.

A logon dialog box is displayed. The title bar specifies the system ID, client, language, and task, if the title of the SAP shortcut is not defined.

       2.      Enter your password. Choose Logon, or choose Enter.

The SAP session starts.

       3.      To view or change your shortcut definition, position the cursor anywhere on the logon dialog box (except on the title bar, input fields, or pushbuttons) and click the right mouse button to display the context menu.

If you have not entered a password, only the Edit option is activated. After you have entered the first character of your password, both the Open and Edit options are activated.

If You Have an SAP Session Running

To start a shortcut from the desktop, double-click the SAP shortcut for the task you want to run.

        If an application is already running a new SAP session is started.

        If no application is running, the current SAP session starts the task you want to run.

        If the SAP shortcut was created for the system command /n+<transaction code>, the task will be run only in the current SAP session, regardless of whether an application is already running or not.

To start a shortcut from within an open SAP session, drag and drop the shortcut onto the open session. The system starts the task you want to run.

The following functions are also available:

        To edit the shortcut use SHIFT+Drag&Drop.

        To open a new session and start the task you want to execute use CTRL+Drag&Drop.

 

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