Sometimes, users can have different login credentials or ID numbers for different purposes. Here is an overview of the most frequently used terms:

  • P-user ID

A P-user ID (public account) allows you to login to SAP sites, like It is created when you register to or other SAP sites.

  • S-user ID

An S-user ID (SAP Support user) allows you to login to SAP sites (like SAP One Support Launchpad, SAP Notes, SAP Training, etc.), depending on the permissions granted to this user ID.

Important: Only companies that are SAP customers or SAP Partners can provide and maintain S-user IDs to their employees. An S-User is evidence of a support or partnering agreement with SAP and is managed by the company's SAP user administrator.

  • PT number

The number identifies the training account of a person, including the person's address details for commercial transactions. There can be more than one PT numbers for a person, e.g. one for private purchases and another one for corporate purchases. 

The PT number is noted on training confirmation letters you receive. You can see which PT numbers are assigned to your profile and manage them in the My Account Management section.

  • SAP Universal ID

SAP Universal ID is a unfied login across SAP sites that puts YOU in control by linking all your existing company associations (S/P-user IDs) and switching between them as needed.

Follow the step-by-step guide here.

Follow the step-by-step guide here.

Follow the instructions here to create your free SAP Universal ID in three steps. It only takes two minutes.

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