FRUN Configuration and Security Analytics Collector Framework (CSA CF) extracts a comprehensive set of configuration data from managed systems into the the FRUN Configuration and Change Database (CCDB). Data is stored in containers, the-so-called Config Stores. Each Config Store stores data of the same semantics.
This document provides a list of Config Stores that are available for the most common Technical System Types. In addition we show simple ways for looking into the detail structure and content of Config Stores and for getting a list of all available Config Stores.
Note: To take advantage of latest CCDB content, the Managed Systems must be prepared and regularly updated with latest versions of standard software components for SAP Service Content:
The following Config Stores are available:
* managed systems starting with SAP_BASIS 740 SP20, 750 SP18, 751 SP10, 752 SP06, 753 SP04, 754 SP02
** managed systems higher than SAP_BASIS 7.54
*** managed system with note 3087718 which needs at least 7.40 SP 19, 7.50 SP 11, 7.51 SP 06, 7.52 SP 01, 7.53/4/5/6 SP 00
Additional Config Stores are available for customized use (see section Custom Config Stores for Application Server ABAP)
Since FRUN 3.00 FP01 and ST-A/PI 01U SP02 (in the managed system) the user stores have additional columns USER_INVALID, USER_TYPE, USER_GROUP and USER_LOCKED
SAP ASE (Adaptive Server Enterprise)
SAP MAX DB
SAP Host Agent
Host - Installed software packages
Host - Installed software patches (Windows)
SAP Cloud Connector (as of FRUN 2.0 FP 03)
SAP WebDispatcher (standalone)
Figure: Finding a config store in the CSA Store Browser
Figure: Displaying the Items of a Config Store
Figure: Finding Config Stores in the F4-help of CSA SEARCH application
The following Config Store types exist:
All Config Stores are persisted in transparent tables of the ABAP Dictionary. Each table can store data from multiple Config Stores based on a compatible structure of data. The general naming convention of CCDB tables in ABAP Dictionary is CCDB_DATA_*.