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When a new Winshuttle Studio chain script is created, the default value for Run settings is All from First Script.  However, there may be times when you want to use individual run settings for each script.  For example, you may have a chain of scripts that do the same interactions in multiple SAP systems.  In that case you may want to use the Run settings selected for each individual script. Steps:   Select the SAP System to run for each script Open individual scripts in Winshuttle Studio Select the Run tab Chose the SAP system to run against from the Auto Logon Credentials drop-down  Repeat steps 1 - 3 for each individual script to be included ...
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When you create a new SAP transaction recording using Winshuttle Studio Transaction, selecting the right recording mode is important.  You may be wondering how to know which recording mode is the right choice.  Sometimes the answer is "it depends".  What I mean by that is it is possible different recording modes for the same transaction may be required depending on what you are recording. Let's start by explaining the Standard recording mode.  One of the core components of Winshuttle is the Winshuttle Function Module (WFM).  The WFM is installed in the SAP system in the Winshuttle namespace and handles a lot of behind the scenes processing.  Winshuttle has ...
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Spring has sprung! Along with reacquainting ourselves with the sun and seeing flowers and trees bloom again, many of us will partake in that annual ritual of cleaning our homes. Perhaps some of you got an early start by bingeing Marie Kondo’s “Tidying Up” on Netflix to finally get rid of that stretched-out Hard Rock Café Cancun t-shirt from spring break or the ticket stubs from that Hootie and the Blowfish concert. When you bag up that unused waffle maker or finally clean the crumbs off your keyboard (possibly with a Brushy!), don’t forget to apply the same principles to your work, specifically to your data.  So, does  your  SAP data spark joy?  Is it accurate, ...
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