Receive order confirmation mail and set-up SAP for Me
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Dear Reader,

Hope all are fine, and you had a great start into the new year.

Followed by the blogpost series on S/4HANA Cloud 3SL onboarding (which will take you through the simplified steps you need to perform while onboarding S/4HANA Cloud 3SL onboarding and initial system set-up), this is the second blogpost on the series. Hope this will help you in some extent while to catch up with the forthcoming S/4HANA 3Sl challenges this year.

Pre-requisites : Before starting, I’m assuming that you are already familiar with S/4HANA Cloud 3SL system landscape and components. There are multiple blogposts, learning materials are available one click away, my advice would be to go through them before reading the blogpost series. If you are looking for a bit elaborated synopsis, I highly recommend going through this learning content : Onboarding with SAP Activate for SAP S/4HANA Cloud, Public Edition | SAP Learning. I also hope, since you are here, you have already hovered on

Contents : Here, we’ll discuss on once the contract agreement is done, how the order confirmation mail comes and what’s next with all these resources.

In your contract, you are supposed to provide an email-id which will be the primary IT contact point for any sort of onboarding related communication. The email-id would receive all the mails. Here, in this blogpost, my id was the primary IT contact point in the contract, hence you’ll find my mailbox as the recipient of all the communications.

  • First mail, you’ll receive is the contract details mail. This notification email will contain with Customer Number ID and your Purchase Order Number on your recent purchase.

  • Next, you’ll receive a notification email on you S-User ID. Within SAP fraternity I don’t really explain what S-User ID stands for. This will be your personal key to the entire SAP Support ecosystem. The email will contain a PDF containing your S-User ID and the initial password. You need them to enter the SAP Support Portal : SAP for Me.

  • Now, go to SAP for Me portal : and access it with the received credentials. It will ask you to create an SAP Universal ID if you don’t have it already. If you have it, then please link this S-User ID with the existing account.

  • Then you’ll be asked to set-up your SAP for Me : accepting terms & conditions to use and utilize this portal. Please read them out , accept & proceed.

  • Now, set up your SAP for Me home screen. You can select your area of interests. Once selected, the SAP for Me home screen will be customized accordingly.

  • If you by chance leave the SAP for Me set up screen after activation of the S-User ID and don’t follow the subsequent SAP for Me set up (like aforementioned), you may end up with errors. Try resetting the password after some time and follow the set up screens, if still it doesn’t get resolved, raise it to CIC.
  •  Now, you have logged into your SAP for Me portal. Explore all the tabs to get to know the offerings.
  • To see the contract-wise tenant availabilities , go to the System & Provisioning system and see the listings. You’ll find only SAP Cloud ALM & SAP Central Business Configuration are enabled for provisioning; the SAP S/4HANA Cloud provisioning option will be enabled once the first two are deployed.

  • You may onboard other users in SAP for Me, specially the administrators. But before doing that, add your company email domain as a trusted domain as follows. If you have partners/C-users who will be using their own domains, you may whitelist their domains here as well.

  • Apart from these 2 emails (contract & S-User), you’ll receive another email as a part of this onboarding bundle. This will be a notification email with information on System & Provisioning and instructions on the next steps required to request the initial Systems and Tenants.

This concludes this blogpost. Next, continue to see the subsequent blogpost of this series

Provisioning SAP CBC and do the initial set-ups on user onboarding (coming soon).

See you there 🙂