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Sap Support

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Log & Trace file

- Log and trace directories - Investigate backup log content
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Tools : Hana Studio

- Installation - Using hana studio - Using Studio SQL Console

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- hdbrsutil tips & tricks

Tools : Hana Cockpit

- Install hana cockpit 2 complete example - Un-Install hana cockpit 2
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Disk

- Disk space used by log segments - Reclaim space from log segments - Retrieve table index space used on disk

Specific Operations

- Adding physical memory

Sap Hana User Privileges

- Role and privileges - Grant read access to a schema

Stored procedures

- Creating a procedure - Dropping a procedure - Compiling a procedure - Executing a procedure - Working with procedures - Using anonymous block

Sap Hana functions

- DateTime : ADD_YEARS - DateTime : EXTRACT

Parameters

- Configuring sap hana - Kill long queries automatically

SQL

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SQL Query

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Sap Hana Tables

- Managing tables - Various ways to create Tables - Sap Hana Tables - Sap Hana Temporary Tables

Table description & DDL

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SELECT data

- Various ways to select data

INSERT data

- Various ways to insert data

Sap Hana Users

- Managing Users - Create user with hana studio - Create user with sql Script - Create multiple users in one go - Copy a user - Create User with SQL script - Create User via Hana Studio - Update User - Drop User

Create Standard User

- Create standard & personal User

Create Technical User

- Create a technical User - Create backup users - Create administrator users - Create Modeler User - Create Data provisioning User - Create Cockpit User - Create a user to unlock any users
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Sap hana password layout features

Sap hana password policy offers strong security features for password lay out. 3 out of 4 character types are set by default. Sap hana password has got to be made with at least 1 lower case character, 1 upper case character and 1 number. The default password minimum length is 8 characters. For example, the following passwords will be accepted under the default password layout settings : aPass4All or ToBe0rN0tToBe

What are the possible sap hana password characters?

Lowercase letters, UPPERCASE Letters, Numerical Digits and Special Characters are the different possible values a sap hana password can be created with. Default password lay out has to be set with at least one uppercase letter, one number, and one lowercase letter out of a minimum of 8 character long password. The layout can be modified to more specific requirements and special characters can also be part of the sap hana password structure.

The following values can be used to create a sap hana password.
Lowercase letter (a-z)
Uppercase letter (A-Z)
Numerical digits (0-9)
Special characters ex: underscore (_), hyphen (-), ? ! and so on
Any character that is not an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, or a numerical digit is considered a special character.

Important Notes: Be aware special characters in a password, apart from underscore, could be a source of problems as they have to be enclosed in double quotes.
[ Ex : This_is"?"passW0rd< /span> and This"#"is_an0ther1 ]

How to set sap hana password layout parameter?

The chosen password layout configuration will force future password format for eveyone. Setting the sap hana password policy "password_layout" parameter is very easy. You can enter any characters, in any format, in any order up to 4 characters.
Saying that, there is a simple rule:

1/ Any lowercase character letter: It means a lowercase character has to be part of the password.
- format ex: a1A or 1aB or Dy7 or T9z mean the same password format
- password ex: [ AGo0dPassW ] or [ 4Y0urEyes0nly ]

2/ Any Uppercase character letter: It means a uppercase character has to be part of the password.
- format ex: aA or Bt or xY mean the same password format
- password ex: [ FOrYOurEyesOnly ] or [ OnlyLeTTERs ]

3/ Any Number: It means a number has to be part of the password.
- format ex: 1 or 5 or 8 mean the same password number format ;
- password ex: Only numbers [ 587462 ] or [ 793746 ]

4/ Any Special character: It means a character which is not a letter nor a number has to be part of the password.
The following format enforce at least each one of the 4 possible characters.
- format ex: aB7_ or ?Ay4 or To_5 mean the same password format ;
- password ex: [ t0"!"bE_rememBered ] or [ SapHana_4A11 ]

-- Setting password policy parameter "password_layout" -- Note : Default setting is Aa1 which is also the same as aB7 -- Here Special character is added as well to the password format. ---------------------------------------------------------------- SQL> ALTER SYSTEM ALTER CONFIGURATION('indexserver.ini', 'SYSTEM') SET ('password policy','password_layout') = 'aB7_' WITH RECONFIGURE; -- Creating a user password according to policy layout: "aB7_" ---------------------------------------------------------------- Enforce at least one of each character type SQL> CREATE USER MY_BEST_USER PASSWORD Sap_Hana_F0rAl1;

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