Important Tcodes in SAP Netweaver Gateway


Hello every one, in this SAP Netweaver Gateway tutorial, we will tell you the important transaction codes which are useful in SAP OData service development.

You can access all SAP netweaver gateway tutorials here. As we know there are two deployment options available for Gateway System to setup, depending upon the deployment option you choose these transaction codes may exists or may not.

In Hub Deployment Option,which is most preferable option by SAP, tcodes starting with “/IWFND/” are be available in Front-End server and tcodes starting with “/IWBEP/” are available in Back-end Server(ECC ,SRM, CRM etc.).

In Embedded Deployment Option, all tcodes which are starting with “/IWFND” and “/IWBEP” are available in a single system.

Below is list of Tcodes in SAP Netweaver Gateway Development.Some of the frequently used transaction codes are highlighted in the list.

Tcodes available in IW_FND frontend server Add-on

/IWFND/APPS_LOG Gateway Application Log Viewer
/IWFND/BEP_RFC_BOP_D RFC BOP deletion for BEP model
/IWFND/BEP_RFC_BOP_G RFC BOP generation for BEP model
/IWFND/BEP_WS_BOP_D WS BOP deletion for BEP model
/IWFND/BEP_WS_BOP_G WS BOP generation for BEP model
/IWFND/BGRFC_CHECK Check bgRFC Configurations
/IWFND/BOP_RFC Generator for RFC BOPs
/IWFND/BOP_RFC_C Generator for Custom RFC BOPs
/IWFND/BOP_RFC_C_D Deletion of Custom RFC BOPs
/IWFND/BOP_WS Generator for WS BOPs
/IWFND/BOP_WS_D Deletion of WS BOPs
/IWFND/BULK_USER_MAP Transaction to Perform Bulk User Map
/IWFND/CACHE_CLEANUP Cleanup of Model Cache
/IWFND/CLEANUP Execute Cleanup
/IWFND/CLEANUP_JOBS Manage cleanup jobs
/IWFND/ERROR_LOG Gateway Error Log
/IWFND/ERROR_LOG_E2E Gateway Error Log – E2E
/IWFND/EXPLORER Service Explorer
/IWFND/FLAT_SERVICE Flat service generator
/IWFND/GW_CLIENT Gateway Client
/IWFND/GWO_GEN Data Model Generator
/IWFND/IWF_ACTIVATE Activate / Deactivate Gateway
/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE Activate and Maintain Services
/IWFND/MED_ACTIVATE Activate/Deactivate Metadata Cache
/IWFND/MGW_BOP_RFC OData Channel : Generate for RFC BOP
/IWFND/MGW_BOP_RFC_C Generator for Custom RFC BOPs
/IWFND/MGW_BOP_RFC_D OData Channel : Deletion of RFC BOPs
/IWFND/MGW_BOP_WS OData Channel : Generate for WS BOPs
/IWFND/MGW_BOP_WS_D OData Channel : Deletion of WS BOPs
/IWFND/MOC_PARALLEL Parallelize Multi-Origin Composition
/IWFND/NOTIF_CLEANUP Cleanup Notifications
/IWFND/NOTIF_MONITOR Notification Monitor
/IWFND/REG_SERVICE Activate Services
/IWFND/RL_SYNC_PROCS Role Sync Schedule Process
/IWFND/SERVICE_TEST Service Explorer
/IWFND/SRV_VALIDATE OData Channel : Service Validator
/IWFND/TRACES Gateway Traces
/IWFND/VIEW_LOG Gateway Application Log Viewer
/IWFND/VIRUS_SCAN Configuration of Gateway Virus Scan
/IWFND/WF_WEBGUI WebGUI For Executing Workflow Item
/IWFND/WSS_SETUP Configure WS Message-Based

Transaction Codes available in IW_BEP backend Add-on

/IWBEP/ANA_SRV_GEN Analytics Service Generator
/IWBEP/CACHE_CLEANUP Cleanup of Model Cache
/IWBEP/CONFIG_CHECK Check Configuration of BEP
/IWBEP/ERROR_LOG GW Backend Error Log
/IWBEP/ERROR_LOG_E2E GW Backend Error Log – E2E
/IWBEP/IMPORT_MODEL Service Description File Importer
/IWBEP/NOTIF_MONITOR GW Backend Notification Monitor
/IWBEP/OCI_SRV_GEN OCI GW Service Generator
/IWBEP/REG_MODEL Maintain Model
/IWBEP/REG_SERVICE Maintain Service
/IWBEP/RFC_BOP_DEL OData Channel : Delete RFC BOP
/IWBEP/RFC_BOP_GEN OData Channel : Generate RFC BOP
/IWBEP/SB Gateway Service Builder
/IWBEP/SBS Gateway Service Builder Setup
/IWBEP/TRACES GW Backend Traces
/IWBEP/VIEW_LOG SAP NetWeaver Gateway Log Viewer
/IWBEP/WS_BOP_DEL OData Channel : Delete WS BOP
/IWBEP/WS_BOP_GEN OData Channel : Generate WS BOP


Stay tuned to us for more SAP Netweaver Gateway tutorials.Please feel free to comment and let us know you feedback.

Thank you. 🙂


  • Pavan Fiori

    Yea ! Doing great. Can we have some OData and SAP Web IDE post.
    Thanks for the awesome share.


  • Madhu

    It’s awesome tutorial..
    What is the Use of Aliase and why we need to create Aliases

    • AdminSAPLearners

      Hi Madhu,

      Aliases are used to route the OData calls to the different back-end systems from Gateway(Front-end) system


      • Madhu

        Hi Akash,

        i really appreciative your prompt reply..
        okie. but is it mandatory to maintain Aliases? if mandatory can you please give one small example.

        Thanks In Advance,

  • Madhu

    Hi Akash,
    Doing Great Job.
    What is the Difference between Entity type and Complex Entity Type?