Sap Business One 9.2 User Manual

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  1. Jul 25, 2017  If you are already using SAP Business One or if you are looking to implement an ERP System in your business you will be very pleased with the new SAP Business One 9.2 release. This release is loaded with great new features enhancing the already brilliant SAP Business One Solution, some of the new.
  2. SAP Business One contains numerous features that make it easy for end users to tailor the software to a wide range of spe-cific needs. Although these features are not technically part of the SAP Business One SDK, they are an important part of what makes SAP Business One so flexible and adaptable, and devel.

Whether you're new to SAP Business One or a long-time user, Vision33’s collection of SAP Business One tips and tricks can help you save time, work more efficiently and get the most out of your ERP investment. Think of this as having the latest SAP Business One help documentation at your fingertips that you can bookmark and come back to at any time.

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Prezados, boa tarde.

Na versão 9.2 vem por padrão uma conta de usuário bloqueada, essa conta de usuário é fornecida para fins de suporte ou consultoria, ela não exige uma licença.

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Se não estiver com a RSP parametrizada e apenas desbloquear esse usuário no SAP, quando acessar o SAP será exibido o erro:

Para a autenticação com a RSP funcionar e conseguir utilizar o usuário de suporte padrão na 9.2 será necessário efetuar o procedimento da nota 2063077 (abaixo) .

Em seguida, envie o SSR ( system status report) na RSP para a SAP.

Lembrando que deverá parametrizar / liberar o SNUMBER do usuário conforme nota abaixo.

2063077 – RSP 3.2: Improved S-User concept & Technical User
Version9 Validity:20.07.2016active

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Remote support platform for SAP Business One (RSP) from version 3.2 supports a new authorization concept in order to allow a machine-to-machine communication protocol which requires less maintenance of passwords.

This note describes all User roles required for RSP and their needed authorization.


RSP 3.2Technical UserS-User1S-User2
Download of Tasksmandatoryx
Upload of Task resultsmandatoryx
Download of SAP Business One related Software1optionalx
Open SAP Remote Connection1on demandx

1Related authorizations can be assigned to the very same S-User also – if so, the S-User2 becomes obsolete. The solution in this SAP note considers just S-User1.


Please carry out the following steps at least 3 working days before you plan to upgrade an existing RSP installation to RSP 3.2. or 3 days before you are going to implement RSP 3.2 for the first time.
If you are an SAP Business One customer refer to chapter A), if you are an SAP Business One Partner and want to enable the feature in behalf of your customer, refer to the updated chapter B).

A) SAP Business One Customers

1. Logon to in order to identify your Superadministrator(s).
Note: In some cases it might happen that no Superadministrator gets displayed. To get this resolved, log an incident under component SBO-CRO-SMP and provide further information who (preferable which existing S-User) should become Superadministrator.

2. Get a Superadministrator of your company to log on to

3. Choose “Create Technical User”.

4. Fill out the form and submit it. Note that for easy identification the Last name will always be —TECH-USER— and cannot be edited.

Note: The creation might take up to 24 hours.

4.1. Optional: In case you want RSP to download SAP Business One upgrade and patch packages, get the Superadministrator to logon to and request a new personal user.
5. Get the Superadministrator to check if the requested technical user got created.

6. Once created, activate the Technical User by marking it and choose “Activate Technical User”.

7. Enter a Password twice. The password must fulfill certain policies which are shown while typing into the first password field.

Note: The activation might take 1 minute up to 24 hours.

8. Check if the requested user got activated.

9. Once activated, upgrade to / install RSP 3.2 or higher version. Enter the Technical User in order to establish a connection to SAP’s backend. Refer to the RSP Console
Configuration Menu -> Channels -> SAP Channel
– Initialization wizard Window, “SAP Channel”

10. Test the connection.

11. Optional, in case a personal user got requested in step 4.1:

11.1 Your Superadministrator may regularly check

Once your requested user got listed there, mark the User ID S00xxxxxxxx and click on the “>” at the end of the row. Switch into Edit mode.

11.2 Select the authorization objects “Software download”, “Edit System Data”, “Edit all Login Data”, “Edit my Login Data”, “Open Remote Connections”.

11.6 Save the settings.

Back into the RSP Console open the Initialization wizard, enter the S-user credentials into the Software Updates window and test the connection.

For the SAP Remote connection feature (available from RSP 3.2 PL3) you may use this S-User too.

For any technical problem related to the application “Technical User for Data Transfer”, please open an incident using component XX-SER-SAPSMP-USR.

B) SAP Business One Partners

  1. Logon to the SAP Business One Launchpad
  2. Select your customer in question
  3. Click on the tile “Technical Users”Note: In difference to the Technical User application for customers, your partner S-user needs to have the authorization “Maintain SBO-Users” only in order to create Technical Users in behalf of your customers.
  4. Click on the Request User icon ‘+’
  5. Adjust the opening form where required.
    Note: In most cases the default values should not be overwritten.
    Especially the email address should remain as the one of the requestor of the Technical User, so the requestor can be contacted if there is a question about the specific Technical User.
  6. Click on the Save button, so the request will be submitted. You should notice a toast message about the success and expected timeframe (or error message with further information)
  7. Close the application.
  8. Logon to the application regularly and check if a Technical User with inactive status has been created.
    In the unlikely case that the requested Technical user should not be shown within 24 hours after requesting it, log an incident using component SBO-RSP.
  9. Once the inactive user ID gets displayed, the Technical User needs to be selected and activated via the Activate button
  10. Enter a Password twice. The password must fulfil certain policies which are shown while typing into the first password fieldNote: The activation might take 1 minute up to 24 hours.
  11. Once activated, upgrade to / install RSP 3.2 or higher version. Enter the Technical User in order to establish a connection to SAP’s backend.Refer to the RSP Console – Configuration Menu -> Channels -> SAP Channel or – Initialization wizard Window, “SAP Channel”
  12. Test the connection.

In case you are experiencing issues with the Technical User application for partners, please log an incident. In difference to the Technical User application for customers (refer to Chapter A) you have to use component SBO-RSP.

Header Data

Released On20.07.2016 15:12:35
Release StatusReleased for Customer
ComponentSBO-RSP remote support platform for SAP Business One
Other Components


PriorityRecommendations/additional info


Software Component





This document refers to:

SAP Business One Notes

1882682S-user authorizations for RSP installations
1697750How to configure a WebDAV (using IIS)
1593180Remote Approval and Scheduling of RSP Tasks

This document is referenced by:

SAP Business One Notes (3)

1477362Failure to Connect to SAP Channel from RSP
1793280RSP: Maintenance Data not updated in Support Portal
1882682S-user authorizations for RSP installations

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Link de referência com maiores detalhes.



Luiz Assis.

The B1 Site User Password can’t be recovered, but can be overwritten.

How can I reset the B1 Site User Password?

From your work-machine, open as administrator SAP Service Manager.

Change the Service Type from SBO DI Server to License Manager

Then click Settings button.

A new window will show up as “General Settings”, you’ll click on the Configure Security button.

This window will take you to Google Chrome browser where you’ll work locally with this URL:
https://your server name : your portal number/ControlCenter/

In this window you have to put your Site User Name and Password.
which will be by default:

User Name: B1SiteUser
Password: SiteUser

After you put your correct credentials, you’ll see the following screen;

Move to Security & Logging tap > Site User Management > Change B1SiteUser Password.

Then put your current B1SiteUser Password and the new one, then type it again for confirmation purposes.


When you’re opening System Landscape Directory (SLD) from your browser, you may be unable to open the window, because your work-machine attention you that your connection is not secure to this site, because of the SSL security.

To solve it, you can just confirm that your connection is secure to move forward to the wanted window SLD, because you’re not working on Internet but locally 🙂

In case we forgot the password of B1SiteUser, what shall we do?

Open SLD – System Landscape Directory – > click on Forgot Password?

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now we should fill out the following required fields to reset the password;

  • Server Name, (Server Name / Server IP)
  • Database User Name
    (preferable to user the Database System Administrator User Name)
  • Database User Password,
    (preferable to user the Database System Administrator User Password)
  • Site New Password
  • Confirm Site New Password

And now we all set 🙂 …

to download the complete documentation,

Sap Business One 9.1 Manual

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