Updating Support packages on SAP R3 system

 In SAP, we can use Solution Manager (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAP_Solution_Manager)  to schedule the download of the latest patches/kernel. Assuming that you’ve downloaded the patches using Solution manager, you may proceed to the following steps for updating packages on the server:

1. Log into client 000 as user DDIC
2.  Call transaction SPAM
. Once in transaction SPAM, go to menu option Support Package->Load Packages->From Application Server. It will ask you if you want to upload the files – click the green check mark on the box that appears to upload the files.
3. Another screen will appear listing the files that you uploaded successfully – just click on the Back arrow to get back to the SPAM screen.
– On the SPAM screen, click on the Display/Define button.
– A box will appear with the Support Package categories (Basis, ABA, etc.)
4. Click on the category for the support packages that you uploaded and it will list them in order.
5. You can apply them individually or the whole list at one time.

Post steps

Make use of the transaction ‘SGEN‘ to re-generate all the SAP programs after you change version of your SAP kernel, upgrade SAP system or apply support packages. 

Improve your privacy with TOR

Few weeks ago my friends asked me about surfing while hiding my identity. I instruct them to use those free anonymous web service. I did mention them about TOR (http://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-windows), but they lost in space. So what is TOR?

“Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. It also enables software developers to create new communication tools with built-in privacy features. Tor provides the foundation for a range of applications that allow organizations and individuals to share information over public networks without compromising their privacy.”

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Find that torrent file

You still using torrent to download? Well, I guese because its free and its easy to find stuff thats why its still a preferable method. Oh wait… easy? For me its a bit difficult to find stuff. There’s a lot of torrent site out there, that sometimes you have to go to each one of them in search of that thing that you want. No worries, you can go to YouTorrent (http://www.youtorrent.com/). Here you can search everything centrally and let it crawl to your other torrent site.


Tips to Get the Most Out of MS Word

Many of us spend a lot of time in Microsoft Word, it’s simply our choice of word processor. However you can save time and have more options by mastering a few easy shortcuts.

  • Where Was I? I get up and walk around frequently while writing something – you all know when people keep on bugging you. Sometimes I close a document I am editing, and when I come back to it and open it up, I just hit Shift + F5 to return to the exact place in the document where I was editing.
  • Serial Saves. If you’re like me, you often have many documents open at once. For safety’s sake, I like to frequently save all of them at once. To do this, hold down the Shift key when you go to the File menu. This changes Save to Save All.
  • Paragraph Hopping. You can circumvent the multi-step process of cutting, pasting and deleting to move paragraphs with an easy paragraph hopping feature. Often when I’m writing, I decide that a given paragraph would work better above or below another one. Do this: Go into a document with several paragraphs and put your cursor at the beginning of one of the middle paragraphs. Hold down the Shift and Alt keys in unison, then use the up and down arrow keys to “hop” the paragraph to new positions in the document.
  • One Fell Swoop Word Deletion. You can delete entire words with your keyboard. Just put your cursor at the beginning of the word and press Ctrl and Del together. This is very useful when editing.
  • Customize Line Spacing and Alignment. The Ctrl key is your best buddy when you want to experiment with line spacing and alignment variations. Ctrl + 1 provides single spacing, Ctrl + 2 provides double spacing and Ctrl + 5 provides 1-1/2 line spacing. Ctrl + R right aligns a paragraph, Ctrl + L left aligns one, and Ctrl + E centers one.
  • Quick Selecting. You can select all text between the current location of your cursor and the end of the current paragraph by hitting Ctrl + Shift and the down arrow.

  • Serial Undo. Many Word users are familiar with using Ctrl + Z to undo the last change that was made to a document, but did you know you can serially undo the last several changes you made? Just keep hitting Ctrl + Z to do so.
  • Others
  • CTRL + J justifies the text.
  • Shift + F3 changes the case of selected text — UPPER — lower — Sentence case.
  • Ctrl + [ or ], de- or increases the font of the selected text with 1 point.