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SAP Solution Manager

 Purpose

 The SAP Solution Manager supports you throughout the entire


lifecycle of your solutions, from the Business Blueprint thru
configuration to production operation.
 It provides central access to tools methods and preconfigured
content, that you can use during the evaluation, implementation, and
productive operation of your systems.

 Features
Implementation of the mySAP Business Suite:-

All phases of the implementation project (Business Blueprint,


Configuration) are performed centrally in the Solution-Manager
system.

Central project documentation repository in the Solution Manager

Integrated Project Administration allows you to manage planning


schedules, human resources and other project data.

 WHAT IS BUISNESS BLUEPRINT?

This function documents the business processes in your company that


you want to implement in the system. In a Business Blueprint for
Projects, you create a project structure in which relevant business
scenarios, business processes and process steps are organized in a
hierarchical structure.

You can also create project documentation and assign it to individual


scenarios, processes or process steps. You then assign transactions to
each process step, to specify how your business processes should run
in your SAP Systems.

The Business Blueprint is a detailed description of your business


processes and system requirements. You can print it out.
 Integration

 You can continue to use the project documentation and the project
structure that you create during the Business Blueprint, in the
configuration and test organization phases.
When you configure your business processes, the system displays the
Business Blueprint project structure. You can use the Business
Blueprint project structure as a point of reference during configuration.

You can also display and edit the project documentation from the
Business Blueprint phase, during configuration.

You base all test plans that you create during test organization, on the
Business Blueprint project structure. The transactions that you assign
to process steps in the Business Blueprint are put in test plans during
test plan generation, and run as function tests to test the transactions.

 Activities

 Create a Blueprint structure in the Structure tab, using predefined


substructures.
 Check the Business Blueprint structure, and the business scenarios,
business processes and process steps it contains.
 Decide which business scenarios, business processes and process
steps you want to include in the Business Blueprint. You can enhance
the processes and process steps, or adjust the names of individual
processes to suit your company requirements.
 Create project documentation to save in the Business Blueprint, in the
Project Documentation tab.
 Assign transactions to process steps in the Transactions tab. This
specifies which transactions in the system correspond to the process
steps in your enterprise.
 Print the Business Blueprint document.
 When the Business Blueprint is complete, you can start to set up the
development system landscape.
 Result:

 You have specified a Business Blueprint. You can reuse the Business
Blueprint and the project structure to configure and test your business
processes.
 Configuration :

 This project step configures the process requirements specified in the


Business Blueprint phase, in the system.

 If you use objects from the Business Process Repository in your


structures, they may already be assigned to transactions and BC Sets.

 If you create structures without Business Process Repository objects,


you can assign transactions in the Business Blueprint transaction. You
can assign BC Sets, IMG objects and test cases in the Configuration
transaction.

 Prerequisites

 You have selected scenarios and processes, or created your own


processes using the Business Process Repository, in the Business
Blueprint phase.

 You are now in the Realization phase and have called the
Configuration transaction.

 Features

This project task comprises the following steps:

Assign Transactions/Programs:

You can call assigned transactions, add new ones or remove


superfluous ones from the project scope, in the Transactions tab.
2.Assign/Edit BC Sets:

You can assign BC Sets to project steps, display the contents of the
assigned BC Sets and delete superfluous BC Sets from the project
scope, in the Configuration tab.

You can activate one BC Set or all BC Sets assigned to a process.


You can create new BC Sets for project or company-specific settings,
which you e.g. want to use in a group rollout or to create your own
solution, in the application system, and assign them in the Solution
Manager.

3.Assign/Edit IMG

You can assign IMG objects to the project steps. You can display and
edit these settings, and the settings made by BC Sets, in the IMG.

4.Edit Test Cases

You can make initial function tests after the configuration. You can also
run CATTs to see how a transaction works. You can also create test
cases.

You document the settings relevant for the configuration along the
project structure, in the Project Documentation.

Create/change problem messages in the Messages Tab

 Activities
...
1.Cross-Scenario Configuration:

 Create a configuration structure for the basic settings of your


solutions, e.g. for SAP CRM 3.1, under Configuration in the business
process structure.

 Configure these basic settings.

2. Configure your business scenarios under Business Scenarios in the


business process structure, e.g. for the scenario E-Selling.
WHAT IS Project Administration ?
 Purpose
You perform all central project administration tasks, in the Solution
Manager project administration (transaction SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN).
You perform the Business Blueprint and configuration in the projects
which you create in the project administration.
 Features

Functional scope of project administration

Function Navigation What you need to


know
Create Projects Initial screen of There is a web-based
transaction assistent to create
SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN projects quickly, as
well as the project
administration.
Determining general General Data tab Optional
data at the
beginning and at the
end of the project
Defining the project General Data tab Obligatory
language Project
languagecannot be
changed later
Define project scope, Scope tab Optional
put templates in
project
Assigning project Project Team Members Optional
members tab
Defining project Project Standards tab Optional
standards (status
values,
documentation
types, keywords)
Defining the system System Landscape tab Obligatory for
landscape for your subsequent
project navigation in
component systems
Distribution of IMG System Landscape tab Obligatory for
projects into the ® IMG Projects subtab configuration of
component systems component systems
Project transport Transport Requests tab · Only in
details template projects
· Obligatory for
template projects
whose templates are
to be used in other
systems
Create, release, Templates tab Only in template
transport templates projects
Create transport System Landscape tab Obligatory for
requests in ® IMG Projects subtab configuration and
component systems customizing
distribution