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This report verifies the configuration settings in mySAP ERP environment for use with Duet.


This report (/OSP/CHECKTOOL_ERP) is delivered as part of the Duet Check Tool functionality. It can be executed as a standalone report using the transaction SA38/SE38.


  • The SAP system must have all software components required for Duet. To verify if support packages and patches are at the correct level within mySAP ERP, refer to the Duet Check Tool: Support Package Checks for details.
  • SAP delivers some pre-configuration data for Duet. This configuration is delivered to SAP client 000. The configurations enable the SAP system to work with Duet business applications. We recommend that you copy this configuration from client 000 to the SAP client for working with Duet. The report Duet Check Tool: Customizing Cross-System Viewer is delivered as part of the Duet Check Tool to provide client comparison functions for Duet customizing tables.


You can select and perform check for individual or multiple Duet business application(s).


Select Check Area(s)

  • Budget Monitoring - Choose this option to check configuration settings for Budget Monitoring.
  • Team Management - Choose this option to check configuration settings for Team Management.
  • Time Management - Choose this option to check configuration settings for Time Management.
  • Leave Management - Choose this option to check configuration settings for Leave Management.
  • Reporting and Analytics- Choose this option to check configuration settings for Reporting and Analytics.

Depending on the check area that you select, you can perform the following types of checks:

  • Support Package Check - This check verifies if support packages and patches are at the level required for working with Duet, within the underlying mySAP ERP system.
  • Configuration Check - This check verifies if Duet application behavior settings and related mySAP ERP settings are configured correctly.
  • Logical Port Check - This check verifies if RFC destinations and logical ports are configured correctly and active within individual Duet business applications.
  • Number Range Object Check - This check verifies if the required number range objects are defined and functional.
  • Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA) Check - This check verifies if the required Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture (ESOA) services in mySAP ERP are released and activated.
  • Batch Job Check - This check verifies if the required Duet reports have been scheduled with the correct parameters within the SAP job services.

Standard Variants

The following standard SAP variants are delivered for the purpose of launching the report from the Duet Check Tool menu:

  • SAP&ERPBUMO - Budget Monitoring selection
  • SAP&ERPTEMA - Team Management selection
  • SAP&ERPTIMA - Time Management selection
  • SAP&ERPLEMA - Leave Management selection
  • SAP&ERPREMA - Reporting and Analytics selection


The list of check results is presented in an ALV list, where the columns have the following meaning:

  • Type: Severity of the message. For example: Error, Warnings, or Information.
  • Message Text: A message short text that describes the check result.
  • Long Text: If the message long text exists, it will be indicated in this column. The message long text describes the check result in details including a diagnosis of the error. Where applicable, a procedure for rectifying the error is recommended. To display the message long text, click on the Message Long Text icon.
  • Check Area: The category in which the check was performed. For example: Software components such as, CORE, BUMO, TEMA, or Business Applications such as, BUMO, TEMA, TIME, LEMA, REMA.
  • Type of Check: The type of check that was performed. For example: Support Package Check, Configuration Check, or User/Employee Check.
  • Check Object: The underlying check object.
  • Action to Correct Error: If the error can be corrected, you find will the details of the possible actions to rectify the error. If a repair option is enabled for the message, it can be triggered by positioning the cursor on the message line, then clicking on the Repair button on the application toolbar.
  • Additional Information: Additional information regarding the underlying check object.


  • Verifying the check results
You can verify the check results by viewing the message type, short and long texts.

The checked objects are shown in the Check Area, Type of Check and Check Object columns.
To enhance viewing of specific message classes such as, Terminations, Error, Warnings, and/or Information, you can use the hide/show options.

Other ALV list functions including displaying of technical information, sorting, searching, filtering, printing and exporting are also available for selection.
Depending on the nature of the inconsistency found, a repair option is enabled to assist you with the problem resolution.

It is important to understand that the tool proposes one method of repairing the error. There might be other ways of correcting the error. You have to decide whether the proposed method meets your requirements.
  • Rectifying the errors
If you choose to use the proposed repair option, first read the message long text (if exists) which should provide you with information about the repair and the suggested procedure.

To trigger the repair, position the cursor on the error message, and then click on the Repairbutton on the application toolbar. This will launch the necessary SAP functionality or wizard to assist you with error correction. Keep in mind that performing one repair, might actually fix other errors displayed in the error list. It is therefore advisable to carefully check the list to verify if there are multiple error messages referring to the same check object. If so, then choose the repair, which is most likely to resolve all the errors.
If you choose to correct the error using another method(s), you can proceed accordingly.
Those messages, which do not have a repair option proposed, have to be corrected manually by means of alternative method(s).
  • Re-running the check tool
Once the errors are corrected, you will need to run the check tool again with the same selection parameters. The check results will be displayed with a new set of results reflecting the changes you made to resolve the previous errors. If the errors persist, you may need to perform further analysis and/or troubleshooting.


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