SAP: Tip – Exit SAP without looking back

Here’s the scene: you have 6 sessions of SAP open on your desktop. They’re all reports and you are done for the day. It’s 5:05 pm on Friday, time to GO!

Type in: /nex in the t-code entry field of the SAP tool bar, and POOF! You’re gone. WARNING: the /nex command doesn’t ask if you’re sure or anything. It just bombs you out of the system, losing anything that wasn’t saved.

Alternatively, try: /nend This will at least politely warn you that continuing will lose any unsaved data.

SAP: /nend command

2 Responses to SAP: Tip – Exit SAP without looking back

  1. Fred August 27, 2009 at 10:06 am #

    Also you can do this with either Linux or XP by “grouping” similar tasks together. This puts all your SAP sessions (or any other app) in one icon. Right click it to close all. Check the properties of the panel for the setting.

  2. Byron Bennett August 27, 2009 at 10:14 am #

    Cool…thanks, Fred.

    Here’s a screen shot of that setting for grouping similar tasks. Just right click on your task bar to get the Task bar properties dialog to set the grouping.
    Taskbar Properties

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