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Automatic logon to SAP using GuiXT script
By Moti Maor, PAZ Oil Refinery Ashdod
you're tired of entering the username and password in every SAP system you enter
during you work day, this document will help you by automating the entrance to
sap systems and skipping the logon screen using a simple GuiXT script (GuiXT is
free available for every SAP system).
Step 1 - Activate GuiXT
First step is to activate GuiXT by clicking
available on title toolbar of SAP GUI screen, select
- Create Logon Script
To automate the logon need to build a script
file (text file) by creating a simple text file in specific directory on your
Open a new "Guixt" directory in C:
drive and below it a second
directory "scripts" ( C:\guixt\scripts ).
We save on this directory the running
Make a new text file named logon.txt
in the scripts directory.
Copy the text block script below into
the text file for as many SAP systems you wish to automate the logon.
Copy logging text block script:
if V[_database=BEP] Set F[RSYST-MANDT] "020" Set F[RSYST-BNAME] "username" Set F[RSYST-BCODE] "password" Set F[RSYST-LANGU] "en" Enter Endif
Change the BEP letters into your System
ID value instead.
Change the 020 letters into your Clint
Change the username and password
text to yours instead.
Change the en letters to your logon
language letters if you wish to logon in different language than English.
Save the file as logon.txt in C:\guixt\scripts
– Make GuiXT Profile setting
To make GuiXT changes we need to make the
GuiXT profile window visible first, to do so we make BAT file.
Open a new text file on your desktop and
copy the text (DOS commands below) into the text file and save it as
C: cd C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui guixt.exe visible exit
Now, After saving the file make double click
on it to open the GuiXT Profile window shown.
Click on Profile icon On the GuiXT
window to make GuiXT settings.
You will get the GuiXT Profile Windows
On the GuiXT Profile window do:
Make sure the path C:\guixt\scripts is on the scripts 1
Select the start window "Hidden" check box.
Select the further options "No language key in script
file name" check box
Save the setting by clicking on "OK" button
Step 4 – Use it
Now you can automatic login without the need to enter username and
password to SAP.
Open the SAP GUI icon and double click on a system you want to logon to (enjoy).
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