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Environment (3).ini Fix

The storage of other SAP Logon configuration files like sapmsg.ini, saproute.ini and service files has been kept the same as in the older SAP GUI releases (for details refer to note 38119), because these files are not only used by SAP GUI, but also by other SAP components. Therefore, no changes have been made concerning the storage of these files as of SAP GUI 720.

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With SAP GUI 7.20, the saplogon.ini and sapshortcut.ini files are stored in the roaming user application directory. The default of this path is the SAP\Common directory: %APPDATA%\SAP\Common

SAP Logon will copy the existing saplogon.ini and sapshortcut.ini files to the Common folder only, when the file to be copied (in the SAP GUI installation or the Windows directory) is not defined as the server file. (See section Creating and Distributing Server Configuration Files below)

You can still use the command line parameter /INI_FILE= or environment variable SAPLOGON_INI_FILE to make your own saplogon.ini file to be used by SAP Logon (Pad) as in the former SAP GUI for Windows releases (see the related note 38119).

4. and 5. will only be considered at the first start of SAP Logon (Pad), if no saplogon.ini file is yet existing under Path of Local Configuration Files described in bullet 3. And the file found will be copied to the path of local configuration files for next SAP Logon (Pad) start.

The sapshortcut.ini file is always stored in the same directory as the saplogon.ini. Additionally, a new configuration file SapLogonTree.xml will be created in the same directory as the saplogon.ini in order to store the tree (folder) structure defined in SAP Logon.

If the SapLogonTree.xml is in the same path as your input saplogon.ini file and you use command line parameter /INI_FILE= or environment variable SAPLOGON_INI_FILE to start SAP Logon (Pad), the tree (folder) structure defined in this SapLogonTree.xml will be used. Otherwise, a new SapLogonTree.xml will be created in the same path as the saplogon.ini and sapshortcut.ini files used in SAP Logon. Any folder configuration in the running SAP Logon will be saved in this SapLogonTree.xml file.

4. If the users start SAP Logon (Pad) with /INI_FILE= command parameter or environment variable SAPLOGON_INI_FILE as in the older SAP GUI releases (see note 38119), only these central files will be used as so far.

7. If you want to distribute the server configuration files to another place, you copy the existing server configuration files to the new place. Then, edit the .xml file to change the path for saplogon.ini or/and sapshortcut.ini file(s) in the following lines:

In SAP Logon, users can maintain (system) connection entries for the Group/Server selection in the Wizard without the local sapmsg.ini and service files existing on their PCs. For more information, see the SAP GUI End User Guide.

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This tutorial will guide you through installing PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu and setting up a local programming environment via the command line. You will also install a dependency manager, Composer, and test your installation by running a script.

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