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You are performing an S/4HANA conversion of the development system Which credentials do you use in which system to perform the adjustment of dictionary objects (SPAU) Credentials of a named user in client 000 of the shadow system Credentials of a named user in the development client of the development system Credentials of user DDIC in the development client of the development system Credentials of user DDIC in client 000 of the shadow system.
You are planning an SAP S/4HANA conversion. Which conversion-specific tasks need to be performed during the preparation phase? 2 correct answers Apply the recommendations of the simplification list Run the database migration to the SAP HANA database Check the compatibility of custom code with SAP S/4HANA Perform the migration of data into the new data structure.
Which additional configuration options are offered by SUM when selection “Switch expert mode on” in main configuration option “Standard”? 2 correct answers Keep archiving on during the whole procedure Choose the instance number of the shadow instance Reuse a profile for the shadow instance form a previous run. Use the Near Zero Downtime Maintenance Technology (NZDM).
You downloaded content from the SAP note 1000009 (“ASU Toolbox 2008”) Which transaction needs to be executed to use that content in the ASU Toolbox? /ASU/SHOW_NOTE (Show SAP Note via Web-Browser) /ASU/UPGRADE (START ASU Toolbox in Upgrade Mode) /ASU/SSM (ASU Simple Schedule Manager) /ASU/START (Start ASU Toolbox).
You want to use the Custom Code Migration Worklist via Remote Code analysis using the ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) How can you get the latest content of the simplification database? Download it from SAP Support Portal Generate it by analyzing the specific custom code via RFC Apply the corresponding SAP note via SAP Note Assistant Configure it within transaction ATC.
During the upgrade of your development system, you run onto the adjustment of non-dictionary objects, handled by transaction SPAU. There you find programs that are shown in status “XXXXX” What will happen with these programs when you continue with your upgrade without performing any other actions inside you SAP system? Before continuing with the next phase, SUM asks for a modification adjustment transport SUM continues with the next phase and your modifications are lost SUM refuses to continue unless you have marked a transport request as modification adjustment transport SUM continues with the next phase and your modifications are kept as in the start release.
During a SUM run you want to check if the phase SHADOW_IMPORT_INC is still running properly. Where can you find information about this? 2 correct answers Check for running R3load processes on the host of the primary application server Check for the latest log files in the SUM directory, subdirectory ABAP, subdirectory tmp Check for running R3trans processes on the host of the primary application server Check for running batch jobs in the shadow system via Job Overview (SM37).
What is the benefit of using the file UPGANA.XML form a previous SUM run? To auto-fill specific fields on selected screens of the SUM UI To skip selected phases during the SUM run To make the progress information within SUM UI more accurate To repeat specific phases during the SUM run.
In which scenarios do you need to use SUM 2.0 instead of SUM 1.0? 2 correct answers Using DMO when applying Support Packages to SAP ECC 6.07 SAP S/4HANA conversion to SAP S/4HANA 1709 Updating to SAP ECC 6.07 using DMO Upgrading to SAP ECC 6.08 without using DMO.
What can you achieve by setting the SUM parameter “migration_only” to 1 in parameter file SAPup_add par? An upgrade of the software components is preformed, with out changing the database type A change of the database type is performed, without changing the software components An SAP S/4HANA conversion is performed, without adapting the costumer data A migration of the SAP system to a new hardware is performed, without performing an SAP S/4HANA conversion .
You are performing an SAP S/4HANA conversion for your productive system. This conversion requires that certain business functions ate switched on. Following SAP recommendations, how will you achieve this? 2 correct answers Import a transport request from the development system that contains the recording of the activation. Activate the required business functions manually in the production system Specify the business functions that need to be switched on during the prepare part of SUM During conversion, SUM delivers some business functions already activated.
What do you need to consider when performing the SI checks for an SAP S/4HANA conversion? 2 correct answers The SI checks are executed in the development system and the results are transported into the subsequent systems You need to build up a SI check framework by applying SAP notes You need an SAP system based on AS ABAP 7.50 or above for the SI check framework Depending of the SAP S/4HANA version, there are different SI checks frameworks.
You want to execute a Unicode Conversion Only Which approach do you need to follow? SUM witout DMO SWPM using Load Procedure SUM with DMO SWPM using the Backup / Restore procedure.
Which circumstances will allow SUM to run without the creation of a shadow system? Using the main configuration option "Single System" when installing an Add-On Using the data base migration option (DMO) for SUM Using the main configuration option “Single System” in case of upgrade Using the main configuration option “Standard” when applying SAP Support Packages.
You are running an SAP ECC system For which of the following activities does SUM allow you to use the Near Zero Downtime (NZDM) capabilities? 3 correct answers Perform an SAP S/4HANA conversion including DMO Upgrade the SAP system Use DMO for SUM Apply SAP Support Packages Apply an Enhancement Package.
During the SUM procedure, the phase XPRAS_AIMMRG fails Where can you most likely see the reason for the error? 2 correct answers In the latest log files in the SUM directory, subdirectory ABAP, subdirectory log In the latest log files in the SUM directory, subdirectory ABAP, subdirectory tmp In the corresponding R3trans log files of this phase In the job log for the corresponding job in SM37 (Job overview).
You are executing a standard SUM procedure to update an SAP system using main configuration mode “Standard” When will the shadow system be stopped for the last time? Early in the downtime Before the downtime starts At the end of the downtime As part of the cleanup process.
When using the DMO of SUM, which files can be handled by SUM in the download directory? 2 correct answers Breakpoint configuration dile SAPUPPHAS BRK MIGRATE_DT_DUR.XML file from previous run Parameter file SAPup_add par Stack XML file calculated by the Maintenance Planner.
You are preforming an upgrade of an SAP ECC development system with SUM What is the earliest point when the upgrade is considered complete and you can allow all dialog users to log on to the system During the SUM roadmap step “Postprocessing” in parallel with post procedure steps After the SUM roadmap step “Postprocessing” and post procedure steps are finished During the SUM roadmap step “Postprocessing”, after the post procedure steps are complete After the SUM roadmap step “Execution” is finished and before “Postprocessing”.
How does SUM recognize modification adjustment transports from predecessor systems? By searching for transport requests that are assigned to the project SAP_ADJUST By searching for transport requests in DIR_TRANS, subdirectory “transport” By searching for transport requests named <SID>K0<number> By searching for transport requests in the file umodauto.lst.
What phases of SUM will be executed during an SAP S/4HANA conversion including DMO? 3 correct answers Phase RUN_RSPTBFIL_ISUTABU Phase EU_IMPORT* Phase RUN_RSDBSCPY Phase DOWNCONF_DTTRANS Phases DIFF*.
You are using DMO of SUM. You defined 40 parallel R3load processes during uptime and 80 parallel R3load processes during downtime. The server provides 8 CPU cores. Phase EU_CLONE_MIG_DT_RUN is running. In the Charts Control Center you can see 40 Process Buckets being executed in parallel. Why are 40 Process Buckets executed in parallel? These are 40 pairs of R3load processes, so there are 80 R3load processes running The number of CPU cores does not allow more than 40 R3load processes to be run in parallel There is a maximum of 40 parallel R3load processes within this specific downtime phase SUM is still running in uptime; the number of 40 defined R3load processes is considered.
You are upgrading a three-system landscape DEV - QAS – PRD. The upgrade project contains a Unicode conversion. You have already upgraded the DEV and the QAS system, but not yet the PRD system What do you consider The upgrade of the PRD must be finished before you start new development in the DEV The upgrade of the PRD must be finished before you import and transports from the upgraded DEV system into the PRD The transport between Unicode and non-Unicode systems is forbidden The transport domain of systems DEV and QAS must differ from the transport domain of system PRD.
You want to preform an SAP S4/HANA conversion using SUM with DMO Which steps run before the beginning of the technical downtime, independent of you SUM configuration? 3 correct answers Generation of the new ABAP loads in phase RUN_SGEN_GENER8 Creation of application tables in the SAP HANA database in phase EU_CLONE_MIG_DT_CREATE Import of upgrade and language data from download directory in phase TABIM_UPG Import of dictionary objects from the download directory in phase DDIC_UPG Activation of dictionary objects in phase ACT_UPG.
What do you need to know about the SAP ERP Upgrade and Update Guide? 2 correct answers It is a database-specific document It is a target release specific It contains a section “free space requirements” It contains a troubleshooting section.
Which Guides contain information about SUM phases starting with “EU_CLONE_”? 2 correct answers The DMO Guide The Application Guide The SAP S/4HANA Conversion Guide The major SUM Guide.
Which preparational steps must be performed for an SAP S/4HANA conversion? 2 correct answers Install add-on SAP Gateway 7.50 Uninstall Fiori apps not released for SAP_UI 7.50 Uninstall Industry extensions not supported by SAP S/4HANA Delete client 066 (Early Watch Client).
SUM was registered at the SAP Host Agent Based on which information does the SAP Host Agent determine the path to the SUM directory? The path is taken from the URL entered in the browser to start SUM The path was stored in file sumabap.conf during registration The path was stored in the host_profile during registration The path was stored to the environment of user <sid>adm during registration .
You want to use downtime-optimized data convertion for your SAP S/4HANA convertion What is the main diferrence from a standard SAP S/4HANA convertion? TABIM_UPG is executed in uptime Dedicated application tables are migrated in uptime An additional temporary database is used during uptime The repository is migrated in uptime.
You are planning to use DMO of SUM to perform an “inplace_migration” to SAP HANA The source system is non-Unicode and the target database is scale-out system What do you consider 2 correct answers SAP HANA Landscape Reorganization requires a manual step to edit a file The target database size increases temporarily because of the Shadow Repository Network capacity between exporting and importing R3load processes must be considered Unicode conversion is part of DMO only in case of target version AS ABAP 7.40 or 7.31.
During a DMO procedure with SUM, after which phase is the repository first available on the target database? Uptime migration (EU_CLONE_MIG_UT_RUN) Shadow repository creation (EU_IMPORT*) Parallel distribution (PARDIST_SHD) Downtime migration (EU_CLONE_MIG_DT_RUN).
Which steps should be performed during the adjustment of dictionary objects (SPDD) in the development system, before SUM continues? 2 correct answers Create “modified” versions of the objects that you need to adjust Release the transport request containing the modification adjustment Manually activate the adjusted dictionary objects Assign the transport requests as a modification adjustment transport.
Which are valid options to check the progress of the database migration in a Microsoft Windows environment? 2 correct answers Check the “Charts Control Center” In the SUM UI Check the log files written under “SUM\abap\log” Check logs for jobs starting with “RSUPG_SGEN” in the system Check the dump size of the database export on disk.
You are performing an upgrade with SUM. You are in the BIND_PATCH phase of the roadmap step “Configuration”. For some software components you find entries in the “Calculated Level” What does the “Calculated Level” indicate for those software components? The SAP Support Packages that will be bound to the upgrade The SAP Support Packages contained in the upgrade media The SAP Support Packages found in the download directory The SAP Support Packages of the Support Stack, calculated by the Maintenance Planner.
You have chosen the “Advanced” option during the main configuration of the SUM tool Which steps take place via the shadow instance? 2 correct answers Conversion of application tables (PARCONV_UPG) Modification adjustment (SPDD) Switch to new repository (EU_SWITCH) Activation of dictionary objects (ACT_UPG).
During the configuration of the DMO for SUM, how does the tool behave if option “Do not compare table contents” is selected regarding table comparison? It performs a comparison of all tables using check sum It performs a comparison of all tables using row counts It does NOT perform any table comparison It performs a comparison on selected tables using check sum.
You are performing an upgrade with SUM using DMO to an AS ABAP 7.50 based SAP system. You entered a specific number of R3load processes during Roadmap step “Extraction” Where can you change this during the migration via the Utilities option of the SUM UI? 2 correct answers In Process Control Center In SUM Phaselist In DMO Migration Preparation In SUM Parameters.
What are the benefits of using Benchmarking option of the DMO for SUM? 2 correct answers You can record the modification adjustment during migration and use the transports in the next runs You can obtain migration duration files that can be used to optimize the next runs from a previous benchmark run. You can find the optimal number of parallel R3load processes by monitoring host performance You can verify that the content of the download directory matched the stack.XML file.
You performed a custom code check for an SAP S/4HANA convertion In which transactions can you review the results? 2 correct answers ATC (ABAP Test Cockpit) SE80 (Object Navigator) SYCM (Simplification Database Content) SAT (Runtime Analysis).
You are preparing for a standard S/4HANA conversion from SAP ECC on Windows with SAP MaxDB to SAP S/4HANA. You are performing the corresponding maintenance transactions Witch kernels do you need to select for the SAP S/4HANA conversion? Kernel for target release, Windows, SAP HANA Kernel for target release, Linux, SAP HANA Kernel for source release, Windows, SAP MaxDB Kernel for source release, Linux, SAP MaxDB.
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