特殊的日子

 心情随笔  1条评论 »
292008
 

2月29日,是个特殊的日子,博客诞生到现在的日历中从来没有出现过这一天,所以,我必须在这样一个周末留下点什么,权当是为了这四年中唯一的一天,本想在这一天留下点什么回忆的,可惜没能如愿。。。

生日已经过去了,依旧还是能够收到一些迟到的祝福,心存感激,只是很多给我祝福的人,我却想不起来你们的生日究竟是哪天,惭愧之至。

1460G的硬盘终于到位了,订的 Netweaver Rapid Installer 光盘才花了一天半时间就从德国 DHL 到我桌上了,有关 Netweaver 的资料也收集的差不多了,接下来就是新一轮有趣,充实而忙碌的捣鼓了,算是生日过后第一项全新的挑战了,A Za~

天气逐渐暖和起来,也该抗着相机出去走走了。。。

生日快乐

 心情随笔  9 条评论 »
272008
 

今天是格外美好的日子,昨天还飘着小雪,现在已经阳光灿烂了,都是因为我。。。不然估计又是新一轮的雪灾了。。。昨晚没关机,早上起来发现收到的祝福寥寥无几,我可以很负责任的告诉你们,斌哥不生气,后果不严重。。。只是我必须写这样一个博来告诉你们,今天是我生日,每年的今天都是我生日,你们给我记住了,必须记住了。。。信息时代,说个祝福方便的很,快递也方便,送个礼物啥的非常简单,大不了我出快递费。。。

我不说了,我的博客有回复功能,你们自己看着办吧,我去晒太阳了。。。

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我必须感谢给我祝福的那些可爱的人们,一分钟也不能等了。。。

排名不分先后,要分也是按照ABCD顺序:阿清,Cici,Casper,草鸡,Funny,Fifi,Fofo,芳芳,磊磊,蘑菇,帽子,Race,四横一书,Vivi,星星,xystudio

随波逐流

 心情随笔  5 条评论 »
202008
 

第一次感受到“随波逐流”这四个字对我冲击的时候是上次看的那本《米尼》,阿康开的那家音像店名,发消息给米尼的时候说:“今天我们随波逐流吧!”,于是傍晚的时候,米尼就出现在阿康的店门口了。前几天从LB那拿了一套《奋斗》,又一次听到这四个字从一个年轻人嘴巴里说出来,在刚走出大学校园,还不知道天高地厚的时候,于是我决定把这套连续剧看完。

下班后跑到了后庄,还是一个人,还是那家店,还是在生日前夕,还是配了一副黑框板材的眼镜,还是看着熙熙攘攘的大学生来回穿梭在吆喝声连绵的小摊贩之间。找了个靠马路最近的地方,要了一份小馄饨,一份汤包,汤包吃完了,馄饨吃了两口,付钱的时候,老板说,小伙子,你怎么才吃了一点点,我就说了三个字:“不好吃”。起身看到对面开了家精致的饮料店,要了一杯奶茶,走到公交站台的时候,刚好喝完,刚想点烟,2路就来了。

今天的天气挺暖和的,春天似乎马上要来了,在公交车上我在想,既然我目前无法随心所欲了,那就改做随波逐流吧,包括我的博客的副标题!

Happy Valentine’s Day

 心情随笔  3 条评论 »
142008
 

到办公室的时候,看到桌子上趟着一个包裹,两封信件,阿Q一下,就当这是我今年情人节收到的礼物吧。一封来自光大银行的信用卡账单,一封是 SUN 寄来的 Netbeans 6.0 全套光盘,还有一个是 HP 送的 U 盘。

不知为何,今天一早开始左胸口的隐隐作痛,就在刚才一下子消失了,不疼了,暂且叫它为情人节的心痛吧。。。

第一个工作日

 心情随笔  1条评论 »
132008
 

本以为长假后的第一个工作日会无心做事,没想到还是自己让自己忙活了一整天,天空很蓝,万里无云,但是有风的日子依旧很冷,丝毫没有春天的感觉,今年的春天,或许会过得很漫长吧。。。

今天对 SAP 做全身检查的时候,发现以前尚留下不少小问题没能处理,一时兴起,大胆了尝试了一下 BRTOOLS 的命令,发现其做的非常人性化,通过最原始的 DOS 选择方式,让复杂的数据库操作变得简单易操作,即时我这样的 oracle 初学者无须通过纷繁的 SQL 语句也能够对系统参数直接做调整。

SAP 帐号密码丢失的应急措施

 技术学习  1条评论 »
012008
 

You are trying to change the password for sap* user, however when you go into su01 and enter sap* as the user name, the following message is displayed, user sap* does not exist.

select mandt from sapsr3.usr02 where bname='SAP*' GROUP BY mandt;

You can delete the SAP* user using ABAP code :

Delete from sapsr3.usr02 where bname = 'SAP*' and mandt = '***';

Where '***' means your client no.

Then login to your client using password SAP* and password PASS

However, if you delete it, then it will automatically created once again with password PASS

The userid, SAP*, is delivered with SAP and is available in clients 000 and 001 after the initial installation. In these 2 clients, the default password is 07061992 (which is, by the way, the initial date when R/3 came into being…). It is given the SAP_ALL user profile and is assigned to the Super user group. When I say it is "delivered" with SAP, I mean that the userid resides in the SAP database; there are actually rows in the user tables used to define userids.

If you delete the userid, SAP*, from the database, SAP has this userid defined in its kernel (the SAP executable code that sits at the operating system level, i.e., disp+work). When this situation exists, the password defined in the SAP code for SAP* is PASS. This is necessary when you are performing client copies for example, as the user information is copied at the end of the process. You can sign into the client you are creating while a client copy is processing using SAP* with password PASS (but you should have a good reason to do this - don't change anything while it's running).

Anyway, if the SAP* userid is missing, you can sign in to the client you want and simply define it using transaction SU01 and, as I stated above, assign it to the SUPER user group and give it the SAP_ALL profile. You define its initial password at this point. If you've forgotten its password and don't have a userid with sufficient authorization to create/change/delete userid,
then you can use the SQL statements to delete it from the database and then you can use SAP* with PASS to sign back into the client you want to define it in and recreate it.

There is also a profile parameter which can override the use of SAP* with PASS to close this security hole in SAP (login/no_automatic_user_sapstar). When this parameter is defined either in your DEFAULT.PFL profile or the instance-specific profile and is set to a value of '1', then the automatic use of SAP* is deactivated. The only way to reactivate the kernel-defined SAP* userid at this point would be to stop SAP, change this parameter to a value of 0 (zero), and then
restart SAP.

The default password for SAP* is 06071992. (DDIC has 19920706)

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