The Manager Add-On for SAP Business One is an administrative tool used by the Portals. It's used to manage details such as user settings, menus, roles, and web configuration. Start the Add-on Before doing any configuration for Employee Portal

The Manager Add-On only needs to run while administration tasks are being completed. The add-on is not needed for users who do not regularly perform admin tasks, so typically a “manual” startup is required as described below.

If a user requires access to the Manager Add-On often, enable per-user admin settings so the Manager starts automatically for that user only.

Starting the Manager Add-On

  1. Open Administration > Add-Ons > Add-On Manager in SAP Business One, as shown below.
    In the SAP Business One Administration Menu, select Add-Ons and open the Add-On Manager.
    In the SAP Business One Administration Menu, select Add-Ons and open the Add-On Manager.
  2. Open the Installed Add-Ons Tab (see marker 1 below) from the Add-On Manager window. Select zedSuite Manager Add-On and use the start button (marker 3 below) to start the Manager Add-On. This may take several seconds to start.
    From the Add-On Manager, open the Installed Add-Ons tab, select the Manager Add-On (1) and press the start button (2) to start the add-on.
    From the Add-On Manager, open the Installed Add-Ons tab, select the Manager Add-On (1) and press the start button (2) to start the add-on.
  3. When the Manager has completed start-up, a menu entry will be displayed in SAP Business One (see marker 1 below).
    When the Manager Add-On has been started, a menu entry will be displayed in SAP Business One (1).
    When the Manager Add-On has been started, a menu entry will be displayed in SAP Business One (1).

Stopping the Manager Add-On

Once the Manager is started, it can be stopped by using the Stop button in the Add-On window in SAP Business One, shown below.

When started, view the Installed Add-Ons tab and inspect the add-on's Status column (1). Use the Stop button (2) to stop the add-on if it is no longer needed.
When started, view the Installed Add-Ons tab and inspect the add-on's Status column (1). Use the Stop button (2) to stop the add-on if it is no longer needed.