The Databases guided setup guides you through creating a server plan and adding an SAP HANA database server.
Go to the Databases Guided Setup
From the navigation pane, go to Guided setup.
The Welcome page appears.
On the Protect tab, click the Databases tile.
The Databases guided setup appears.
Create a Server Plan That You Can Use for SAP HANA
The server plan defines how often the software backs up the database and the log files, and where it stores the backups.
If you already have a server plan that you can use, you can skip this step.
Before You Begin
To create a server plan, you must have the Plan Creator Role assigned to your user account.
On the Create server backup plan page, click Create a new plan, and then specify the settings for a server plan that you can use for the SAP for Oracle instance.
Folders to back up
Leave the Allow plan to be overridden check box cleared.
Add an SAP HANA Database Server
Before You Begin
Determine how to connect to the database. If you want to use the SAP HANA Secure User Store, create a key.
For information about the SAP Secure User Store, go to "hdbuserstore" in the SAP Help Portal website.
Obtain the following information about the SAP HANA system:
The admin user name
The SAP HANA instance SID
The SAP HANA user credentials
The directory that contains the SAP HANA hdbsql tools
To determine the location, log in to the SAP HANA server with the sid admin credentials and type the following on the command line:
If the SAP HANA environment uses a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection, obtain the name of the SSL provider and the SSL trust store file that stores the CA-signed certificates.
Go to the Add database servers page.
From the Application type list, select SAP HANA.
In the SAP HANA system name box, enter a name for the SAP HANA system.
In the SID box, enter the name of the SAP HANA database SID.
From the Plan list, select the server plan.
Add the SAP HANA host to install the SAP HANA agent on:
Beside the HANA hosts list, click +.
The Add SAP HANA host dialog box.
In the Host name box, enter a name for the SAP HANA host.
In the User name box, enter the user name for the SAP HANA host.
In the Password and Confirm password boxes, enter the password for the HANA host user.
To grant write access to a UNIX group, such as the dba group, in the UNIX group box, type the name of the group.
In the SSH port number box, enter the port number.
To use a SSH key, do the following:
Move the Use SSH key toggle key to the right.
In the SSH key path box, enter the path for the SSH key.
To use a passphrase for the SSH key, do the following:
Move the Use SSH key file passphrase toggle key to the right.
In the Passphrase box, enter the passphrase for the SSH key.
To reboot the SAP HANA host, move the Reboot if required toggle key to the right.
Choose how you want to connect to the SAP HANA database server:
User credentials: To connect to the database using the credentials, select this option, and then enter the user name and password.
HDB store key: To connect to the database using a hdbuserstore key, select this option, then in the Store key box, enter the hdbuserstore key.
In the hdbsql location box, enter the directory that contains the HANA hdbsql tools.
In the OS username box, type the admin user name.
To authenticate access to the HANA server that use an SSL connection, move the Enable SSL toggle key to the right, and then provide the following details:
In the Service provider box, enter the service provider that is used for the SSL connection.
For example, enter commoncrpto.
In the SSL trust store box, enter the trust store name for the SSL connection.
For example, enter sapcli.pse.