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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Differences between Implementation, Support, Upgrade and Roll out projects


Implementation Customer wants to install SAP/Include different modules of SAP viz. MM/SD/FI/CO/PP etc. This is implementation project. Here one needs to integrate several modules, migrate data from Legacy system to SAP system. Need to prepare interfaces/RFC's to interact with 3rd party systems. Support Customer has already installed SAP & wants to give the work of maintaining those systems. This is support project Upgrade Customer has SAP Version 4.6b and wants to update his version i.e. wants to go to Version 4.7. This is upgrade project Rollouts Customer has upgraded his version & wants to rollout country specific changes. This is rollout project Posted by Vamsi Vittaat 7:00 AM 1 comment: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
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Friday, March 16, 2012

GAP Analysis
Gap means small cracks. In SAP world or in Information Technology world, gap analysis is the study of the differences between two different information systems or applications( ex; existing system or legacy system with Client and new is SAP), often for the purpose of determining how to get from one state to a new state. A gap is sometimes spoken of as "the space between where we are and where we want to be." Gap Analysis is undertaken as a means of bridging that space. Actual Gap Analysis is time consuming and it plays vital role in Business Blueprint [AS IS Process] stage. A through Gap Analysis will identify the gaps between how the business operates and its needs against what the package can can't do. For each gap there will be one of three outcomes which must be recorded and actioned, 1. GAP must be closed and customized software can be developed 2. GAP must be closed but software cannot be written therefore a workaround is required 3. GAP does not need to be closed. A point worth mentioning here is that at time people confuse between user-exits and Gap Analysis. User exits are standard gate ways provided by SAP to exit the standard code and we can write our own code with the help of ABAP workbench, its not new functionality which we are trying to build in sap but its slight enhancement within the same code.

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Gap analysis is start point of Realization and once business Blueprint is finished we have to find the realization of sap system for client requirement and there will be certain gaps when compared to system fit. Those gaps can be closed either by re-engineering of business process to fit with SAP or we have to use USER exits in case of small deviations or complete enhancements with the help of ABAP to fit with the SAP system. The Gaps can differ from company to company. Most commonly, however, missing functionality is industry-specific. Examples: 1. MGM Studios and Lycos sometime back worked with SAP to develop its new intellectual property management and media advertising management functionality, respectively. 2. A leading Oral care product company wanted the promotion of free-goods where they wanted 'Buy one get 2 different products free'. Posted by Vamsi Vittaat 2:00 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
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What are Functional Specifications?


Functional specifications (functional specs), in the end, are the blueprint for how you want a particular report and transaction to look and work. It details what the report will do, how a user will interact with it, and what it will look like. By creating a blueprint of the report or transaction first, time and productivity are saved during the development stage because the programmers can program instead of also working out the logic of the user-experience. It will also enable you to manage the expectations of your clients or management, as they will know exactly what to expect. A key benefit of writing up a Functional Spec is in streamlining the development process. The developer working from the spec has, ideally, all of their questions answered about the report or transaction and can start building it. And since this is a spec that was approved by the client, they are building nothing less than what the client is expecting. There should be nothing left to guess or interpret when the spec is completed. Functional Specification A functional specification (or sometimes functional specifications) is a formal document used to describe in detail for software developers a product's intended capabilities, appearance, and interactions with users. The functional specification is a kind of guideline and continuing reference point as the developers write the programming code. (At least one major product development group used a "Write the manual first" approach. Before the product existed, they wrote the user's guide for a word processing system, then declared that the user's guide was the functional specification. The developers were challenged to create a product that matched what the user's guide described.) Typically, the functional specification for an application program with a series of interactive windows and dialogs with a user would show the visual appearance of the user interface and describe each of the possible user input actions and the program response actions. A functional specification may also contain formal descriptions of user tasks, dependencies on other products, and usability criteria. Many companies have a guide for developers that describes what topics any product's functional specification should contain. For a sense of where the functional specification fits into the development process, here are a typical series of steps in developing a software product: Requirements: This is a formal statement of what the product planners informed by their knowledge of the marketplace and specific input from existing or potential customers believe is needed for a new product or a new version of an existing product. Requirements are usually expressed in terms of narrative statements and in a relatively general way. Objectives: Objectives are written by product designers in response to the Requirements. They describe in a more specific way what the product will look like. Objectives may describe architectures, protocols, and standards to which the product will conform. Measurable objectives are those that set some criteria by which the end product can be judged. Measurability can be in terms of some index of customer satisfaction or in terms of capabilities and task times. Objectives must recognize time and resource constraints. The development schedule is often part or a corollary of the Objectives. Functional specification.: The functional specification (usually functional spec or just spec for short) is the formal response to the objectives. It describes all external user and programming interfaces that the product must support. Design change requests: Throughout the development process, as the need for change to the functional specification is recognized, a formal change is described in a design change request. Logic Specification: The structure of the programming (for example, major groups of code modules that support a similar function), individual code modules and their relationships, and the data parameters that they pass to each other may be described in a formal document called a logic specification. The logic specification describes internal interfaces and is for use only by the developers, testers, and, later, to some extent, the programmers that service the product and provide code fixes to the field. User documentation: In general, all of the preceding documents (except the logic specification) are used as source material for the technical manuals and online information (such as help pages) that are prepared for the product's users.

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Test plan: Most development groups have a formal test plan that describes test cases that will exercise the programming that is written. Testing is done at the module (or unit) level, at the component level, and at the system level in context with other products. This can be thought of as alpha testing. The plan may also allow for beta test. Some companies provide an early version of the product to a selected group of customers for testing in a "real world" situation. The Final Product: Ideally, the final product is a complete implementation of the functional specification and design change requests, some of which may result from formal testing and beta testing. The cycle is then repeated for the next version of the product, beginning with a new Requirements statement, which ideally uses feedback from customers about the current product to determine what customers need or want next. Most software makers adhere to a formal development process similar to the one described above. The hardware development process is similar but includes some additional considerations for the outsourcing of parts and verification of the manufacturing process itself. Posted by Vamsi Vittaat 8:40 AM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Understanding Material Determination


Understanding Material Determination Code: http://www.mediafire.com/?2gbhpf28h7j4su1 Posted by Vamsi Vittaat 11:56 AM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
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Sap All Certification Ebooks


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SAP_Fundamentals_eBooks: mySAP CRM - Overview of the mySAP CRM Solution.pdf mySAP SAPTEC - SAP NetWeaver - Fundamentals of the Application Platform.pdf mySAP SRM - Supplier Relationship Management.pdf SAP01 - SAP Overview - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPBI - Business Intelligence - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPBO - SAP BusinessObjects for SAP Netweaver BI.pdf SAPEP - SAP Enterprise Portal Fundamentals - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPFIN - mySAP ERP Financials - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPHR - mySAP ERP Human Capital Management - Overview.pdf SAPIHC - Overview of SAP for Healthcare.rar SAPNW - SAP NetWeaver - Overview - Instructor Handbook.pdf SAPNW - SAP NetWeaver - Overview - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPSCM - mySAP Supply Chain Management Overview - Participant Handbook.pdf SAPSRM - mySAP Supplier Relationship Management.pdf SOA100 - SAP Enterprise SOA - Overview.pdf

SAP_eBooks_Collection: 201 Interview Questions - SAP Business Information Warehouse.pdf ABAP Development for SAP NetWeaver BI - User Exits and BAdls.pdf ABAP Development.djvu ABAP Objects - An Introduction to Programming SAP Applications(Scanned).pdf ABAP Objects.djvu ALE, EDI, & IDoc Technologies for SAP.pdf Applied SAPr BI 7.0 Web Reports - Using BEx Web Analyzer and Web Application Des igner.pdf Building and Scaling SAP Business Information Warehouse on DB2 UDB ESE.pdf Building Webservices with ABAP and SAP Web Application Server.pdf Business Processes - Operational Solutions for SAP Implementation.pdf Configuring SAP R3 FICO.pdf Configuring SAPr ERP Sales and Distribution.pdf Database Administration Experiences SAP R 3 on DB2 for OS 390.pdf Enterprise Data Warehousing With Sap Bw - Overview.pdf Enterprise Management with SAP SEMT Business Analytics.pdf

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Essential ABAP Objects.pdf Functions in Detail - R3 System Materials Management.pdf Implementation Strategies for SAP R3 in a Multinational Organization.pdf Implementing SAP R 3 on OS 400.pdf Implementing SAP R3 - The Guide for Business and Technology Managers.pdf Implementing SAP R3 in 21st Century - Methodology and Case Studies.pdf Implementing SAPR3 Sales And Distribution.pdf Implementing SAPr ERP Sales & Distribution.pdf Integrating WebSphere Commerce with SAP R 3 Using WebSphere InterChange Server.p df Internal Audit Handbook Management with the SAP.PDF Introduction to SAP ERP.pdf Managing Business with SAP - Planning, Implementation,and Evaluation.pdf Managing Business with SAP Planning, Implementation and Evaluation - Idea Group. chm Managing SAP R 3 with Tivoli.pdf Mastering SQL Queries for SAP Business One.pdf Mastering+the+SAP.PDF McGraw Hill SAP NetWeaver Portal Technology The Complete Reference.rar Microsoft .NET and SAP.chm mySAP CRM Official Guide Book.djvu mySAP Toolbag for Performance Tuning and Stress Testing.chm Next Generation ABAP Development.pdf Production+Planning+and+Control+with+SAP.PDF R3 System MRP Strategies Made Easy.pdf R3 System Product Costing Made Easy.pdf Sams Teach Yourself SAP Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours - Fourth Edition.pdf Sap - Business Process Management - Build Your Own Workflow From Scratch.pdf SAP ABAP Interview Questions Answers and Explanations - ABAP Certification Rev iew.PDF SAP AND DATA WAREHOUSING.pdf SAP Basis Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations.pdf SAP Business Information Warehouse on OS 390.pdf SAP Business Information Warehouse on the AS 400 System.pdf SAP Business Workflow Interview Questions, Answers,and Explanations.pdf SAP CRM Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations.pdf SAP CRM Middleware Configurations (SDN).pdf SAP EDI IDOC and Interfacing Interview Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP FICO Certification Preparation(Scanned).pdf SAP FICO Interview Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP Governance Risk and Compliance.djvu SAP Hardware Solutions - Servers Storage and Networks for mySAP.com.pdf SAP HR Interview Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP Implementation Unleashed - A Business and Technical Roadmap to Deploying SAP .pdf SAP MM - Functionality and Technical Configuration(Scanned).pdf SAP MM Certification Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP NetWeaver For Dummies.chm SAP PM Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations.pdf SAP Press - Advanced BSP Programming.pdf SAP PS FAQ SAP Project Systems Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP QM Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations - SAP Quality Management C ertification Review.pdf SAP Query Reporting.chm SAP R3 for Everyone.chm SAP SCM Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations SAP SCM Certification Rev iew.pdf SAP SD Interview Questions Answers and Explanations.pdf SAP Security Configuration and Deployment - IT Administrators Guide.pdf SAP Security Essentials.pdf SAP SRM Advanced EBP Cookbook.pdf SAP SRM 4.0 Installation Procedure.pdf SAP SRM Advanced CCM Cookbook - Requisite Catalog and SAP CCM Configuration and Management.pdf SAP SRM Extended Classic Cookbook.pdf SAP System Fields Alphabetical.pdf SAP Tables For All Modules.pdf SAP TRANSACTION CODES - Frequently Used T-Codes.pdf SAPr Business Information Warehouse Reporting - Building Better BI with SAPr BI 7.0.pdf SAPr ERP Financials and FICO Handbook.pdf SAPr NetWeaver Portal Technology - The Complete Reference.pdf SAPr+BEx+Simplified+-+Business+Explorer+for+End-Users.PDF SAPr+NetWeaver+Portal+Technology+-+The+Complete+Reference.PDF Security and Control for SAP R3.pdf Service Parts Planning with mySAP SCM.pdf Supply Chain Management Based on SAP Systems Architecture and Planning Processes .pdf Supply Chain Management with APO.pdf The 123s of ABC in SAP.pdf The Impact of RFID on Warehouse and Distribution.pdf The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) - An Overview.pdf The SAP R3 Guide to EDI, IDocs and Interfaces.pdf Upgrading SAP.pdf Using SAP R3.pdf Using Tivoli to Manage a Large-Scale SAP R 3 Environment.pdf Warehouse Management - Functionality and Technical Configuration.pdf WebSphere Business Integration for SAP.pdf _SAP_Applications_On_IBM_PowerVM.pdf_

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SAP_XI_PI_Certification: BIT100 BIT100 BIT140 BIT300 BIT320 BIT400 BIT430 BIT450 BIT460 BIT525 BIT601 BIT610 Integration Technology - Instructor Handbook.pdf Integration Technology - Participant Handbook_2.pdf XML in SAP Solutions - Instructor Handbook.pdf Integration Technology ALE.pdf EDI Integration Technology.pdf SAP Exchange Infrastructure.pdf Business Process Management.pdf SAP Exchange Infrastructure Development.pdf SAP Exchange Infrastructure Mapping.zip Developing BAPI Enabled Web Applications with Visual Basic.pdf SAP Workflow Definition and Use of Customer-Specific Workflows.pdf SAP Workflow Programming.pdf

SAP_SRM_Certification: mySAP SRM - Supplier Relationship Management.pdf SAPSRM - mySAP Supplier Relationship Management.pdf SRM 6.0 - Portal Configuration.pdf SRM220 - Analytical EBP.pdf SAP_PP_Certification: PP40_1.pdf PP40_2.pdf PP40_3.pdf SAP_NW_Java_Certification: JA100 - SAP J2SE Fundamentals.pdf JA300 - SAP J2EE Fundamentals.pdf JA310 - Java Web Dynpro Basics.pdf JA312 - Advanced Web Dynpro for Java.pdf JA331 - SAP Java Open Integration Technologies.zip JA340 - NetWeaver Development Infrastructure.pdf JA720 - Migrating a J2EE Application to SAP NetWeaver - Basics.pdf TAJ311 - Web Dynpros.pdf TJA311 - Web Dynpro.pdf TJA320 - Persistence & EJBs (incl. Certi).pdf TJA700 - SAP J2EE Essentials for Migration.pdf SAP_MM_WM_Certification: EWM100 - Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) Processes.pdf EWM110 - Extended Warehouse Management Customizing.pdf LO020 - Processes In Procurement.pdf LO050 - Manufacturing Planning And Execution For Discrete And Repetitive.pdf LO605 - Sales.pdf LO615 - Billing.pdf LO620 - Pricing in SD.pdf LO650 - Cross-Functional Customizing in SD.pdf Material Requirements Planning.pdf MM - Materials Management - Workflow Scenarios.pdf SD Workflow Scenarios.pdf TAMM40 - Materials Management - 1.pdf TAMM40 - Materials Management - 2.pdf TAMM40 - Materials Management - 3.pdf TAMM40 - Materials Management - 4.pdf TAMM41 - Materials Management - Appendices.pdf

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