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Enh. Package 5 for SAP ERP 6.

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Fast-Start Program – Quick Guide for Implementation of SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages
Based on a pre-configured system installed with the Installation Wizard for SAP Business All-in-One

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SAP Best Practices

Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages

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Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages

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........... 18 Activation Language ................................... 14 Optional: Set up Printer Environment ....................... 9 Enabling the Scoping Functionality for the Solution Builder ........................................................5 4.............3..............................................................................................................3............................ 21 Extracting the Installation Data Files ...... 23 Activation Sequence of Building Blocks......2 4..1 4....................................3 4............... 30 © SAP AG Page 4 of 36 ................................4 3.. 14 User Management ................................................................... 24 Scenarios Included in the Baseline Package..............................1....... 30 BB 100 (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error: The parameter %docfolder% not exists........2 3........2 4.......................... 21 Copying Graphics Files for Personalization on your local computer ...............................................3 4............................................................ 18 SAP Notes ......................................................................................6 5 6 6..........................................................1 3...................1 3.............. 15 Sample User Roles (optional) ...............................................2 4.................3..................4 4...................................................................................................1 4..... 16 Activation of Business Content / Scenarios – Activation consultant .................................................1 6............................................4............3.......1 3.................................................................. 21 Creating a Folder for the SAP Best Practices Activation .............2 3....................................................................................................4 4......... 11 Printer Settings.... 29 Error Handling: Installation Errors (only for Fast Start Program) ...3 3........................1 6............................................1..................................................................................................2 4....3.........................................1 4... 18 User Settings for Activation ........ 15 Creating User for Activation of SAP Best Practices Content ....................... 8 Maintain Profile Parameters ......................2 3.4......... 29 Personalization – Missing Type Definition .............................. 18 Allow GUI Scripting ........3 3...... 19 Set Decimal Notation and Date Format .........5........................................... 20 Installation preparation and Usage of the Solution Builder ......................... 21 Running the Solution Builder......1 4.............................................3.......................................................................4....3 4 4...4... 23 Scoping and Activation of Scenarios.........1 3...................................... 23 Specific Information on Scenarios . 6 Technical Prerequisites for Implementation ........................................................2 Purpose .........................................................SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Contents 1 2 3 3................3 4..................................... 22 Activation ......................................................4........................................................... ............4 4.4............1..... 29 Troubleshooting .... 6 System Setup & Preparation – System Administrator............................... 14 Default Printer................. 14 (Optional) Printing Bar Codes .. 18 Unicode Settings ............................... 15 SAP Software Change Registration (SSCR): Developer Key .......3.......... 8 Detail Information for some of these parameters ......4.................................................5..................................... 19 (Optional) User Settings for Printing Material Documents .....................................

.......... 33 Error Handling: Other Installation Errors ......................................3 6..8 6.. Message no............................. 31 BB 147 (Make-to-Order Production with Variant Configuration): Error eCATT /SMB15/MM02_O001_I78: Error: A00341 Runtime error CALL_FUNCTION_NOT_FOUND has occurred...........................7 6........1.................... eCATT /SMB15/KEA0_O042_J17 ....... 34 6.............................1............4 6.............................. 31 BB 192 (Logistic Master Data: HCM): Error eCATT /SMBxx/PA40_xxxx_xxx: Error: A00341 Runtime error 211 CALL_METHOD_NOT_IMPLMENTED has occurred .......................................................................................6 Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages BB 100: (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error in eCATT /SMB99/SCC4_C002_B32.. Add-on is not up to date...............................................1................. 35 6..............1................SAP Best Practices 6.......................... 35 SAP Notes and Messages .............................. 31 BB 168 (Profitability Analysis): Error generating table KOMPAKE......5 6.........................................4 Overview of SAP Best Practices Packages.........1.............................................1...................... Add-on is not up to date .....................3 6.......................... 30 BB 100: (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error in eCATT /SMB99/PREREQ_INTEGRATION_100..2 Appendix ...... 31 BB 103 (Basic Overhead Cost Controlling): Error in Ecatt /SMBA0/CSKU_O13F_J0C............................. KE434..................... 35 © SAP AG Page 5 of 36 ................

This document is located on the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package documentation DVD: On the left side menu. The installation wizard includes the installation of a pre-configured content stack for SAP Best Practices and provides a ready to activate environment. This document is solution and country independent and links to the solution-specific Quick Guides wherever it´s necessary. choose the section Technical Information Tools and Concept. In the Detailed Information box select SAP Best Practices Tools. For detailed information regarding the fast-start program refer to the SAP PartnerEdge Portal http://channel. This document describes the step 3 – scope activation. Please refer to the available cookbooks for the system installation and the post installation activities. If you are not familiar with these. All other sections in your project-specific quick guide can be skipped and need no further activities. Technical prerequisites are reduced to a minimum in order to speed up the deployment of the solutions. The latest version of this Guide is always attached to note 1642366 2 Technical Prerequisites for Implementation This guide can be used only for pre-configured systems which are created with the installation wizard for SAP Business All-in-One.sap. Before you can start with the activation of the solution scope you have to insure that the first two steps are done successfully.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Fast-Start Program . including the tools and documentation. © SAP AG Page 6 of 36 .Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package 1 Purpose This quick guide provides the generic information you need to activate a SAP Best Practices Baseline Package within the SAP Business All-in-One fast-start program using the solution builder for SAP Business All-in-One. refer first to the document SAP Best Practices Tools.com/faststart. This graphic shows the four main steps of the deployment within the SAP Business All-in-One fast-start program (FSP) in a technical view. This document is intended for consultants and system administrators who already have basic knowledge of SAP Best Practices.

you have to perform a mass generation using transaction SGEN as described in the SAP Note 481548. all relevant languages already installed SAP Best Practices Add-On and Transport Release and Support Package Level Required SAP Components SAP Enterprise Extensions Sets and Enterprise Business Functions SAP Notes and Messages Importing sample user roles Getting and uploading the Solution Scope File Getting the data files for installation To avoid activation errors as a result of generating loads.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages The following steps are already covered and do not need any further activities. © SAP AG Page 7 of 36 . Install SAP ERP.

for Windows 2003 x64 servers:: Name of the external SSF security toolkit complete path and filename for SSF API external library Filename for external SSL shared library $(DIR_CT_RUN)\ sapcrypto. It’s possible to switch some of the profile parameters dynamically (indicated by a flag in the check box of the parameter in transaction RZ11). myserver.com $(DIR_CT_RUN)\ sapcrypto. © SAP AG Page 8 of 36 . 1 or 2: https TRUE 1 2 300 or 600 Required for Activation only For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage Set to 300 or 600 (seconds) for TIMEOUT and PROCTIMEOUT.dll $(DIR_CT_RUN)\ sapcrypto.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 3 System Setup & Preparation – System Administrator 3. the default is 60 For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage For SAP NWBC usage icm/host_name_full Full qualified host name e.g. Transaction Code Profile Parameters rdisp/max_wprun_time RSPFPAR Field/Description Max work process run time New value 3600 Note Required for Activation only Check and adapt value if value is <3600 sapgui/user_scripting login/accept_sso2_ticket login/create_sso2_ticket icm/server_port_* New Value / New Value for user scripting Accept SSO ticket logon for this (component) system Create SSO tickets on this system Standard value for *: 0: http.dll ssl/ssl_lib The result should look similar to following example. This is recommended for the parameter values which are relevant for activation only. g.dll SAPSECULIB sec/libsapsecu ssf/name ssf/ssfapi_lib e.1 Maintain Profile Parameters Use The following profile parameters must be checked and adapted in case of deviations.mycom pany.

In general it is valid to include the parameters in the instance profile. You can either use transaction RZ10 for maintaining the profiles or editing them directly on OS level – ensure always before editing in transaction RZ10 that you uploaded the current version from the OS level (menu: Utilities > Import profiles > Of active servers) Attention After maintaining the system parameters you need to restart your system so that the parameters will be taken into account. For Windows servers the service SAP<SID>_<instance-nr. EH4_DVEBMGS00_BPEHP).> (e.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages In case the parameters need to adapted. The value for Enable or disable user scripting on the front-end must be set TRUE. RZ11 (F9)> When you save the change. g. it’s possible to use the forward navigation via the button <call tran. Prior to activation. the window will be closed and the value of the parameter will be changed.PFL / <SID>_DVEBMGS<instance-nr.>_<server>.1 Detail Information for some of these parameters 3.1. SAPEH3_00) as well needs to be restarted before the SAP application server ABAP is started again 3.1 SAP Scripting Use eCATTs are used to automate the activation of SAP Best Practices configuration settings. g. Parameters needed for activation only should be switched back to the default value after activation of SAP Best Practices! Depending on your architecture it might be reasonable to distribute the parameters to the default or instance profile (DEFAULT. This parameter value is only needed for activation of SAP Best Practices as there are some processes which need to be performed in dialog and last for more than ten minutes. you must allow eCATT script processing in the system: the profile parameter sapgui/user_scripting must be set. © SAP AG Page 9 of 36 .1. you lose the change when you restart the server.1. If the parameter is set in RZ11. This change only becomes effective when you log off and then log on to the system again. e.

PORT=8000. the activation user must perform this activity to allow eCATT scripting. SAP Best Practices activation. enter your instance profile. 3. Run the following activity: Transaction Code RZ10 2.1. the default is 60. PORT=44300. 1 or 2: https Set to 300 or 600 (seconds) for TIMEOUT and PROCTIMEOUT. TIMEOUT=600 icm/server_port_2 = PROT=HTTPS. the profile parameters for SSO tickets have to be set. The values are also set using system parameters (see below section Procedure): icm/server_port_<*> . 3. this task is executed automatically in Building Block 100. if the server is restarted during the activation process. On the Maintain Profile screen. 3.Standard value for *: 0: http.2 Authentication using SAP Logon Tickets Use As requirement for the usage of the SAP Best Practices solution builder. PROCTIMEOUT=300. In the Edit Profile box. On the Edit Profiles screen.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages During the activation. © SAP AG Page 10 of 36 .1. 4. PROCTIMEOUT=300.1. The set of these profile parameters is also necessary for the communication between SAP NetWeaver Business Client and SAP ERP system to work correctly. the default is 60 5. After the activation of Building Block 100.1. select the radio button for Extended maintenance and choose Change. Choose Back 6. 1 or 2: https For example: icm/server_port_0 = PROT=HTTP. make the following entries Parameter Name Description New value 300 or 600 Note icm/server_port_* Standard value for *: 0: http. TIMEOUT=600 Procedure 1. Choose Save.3 Set Default Timeout for http and https Services Use It is recommended that you set the following for both services TIMEOUT and PROCTIMEOUT to 300 or 600 (seconds).

public and myssocntl have to be activated: 2. Expand the sap node. the corresponding ICF Services have to be activated. Prerequisites In order to enable the Scoping functionality and/or use BSPs.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 3. © SAP AG Page 11 of 36 . 5. you must have the appropriate authorization(s).sap. On the Maintain Services screen choose Execute (F8). On the Maintain Service screen. 2. Select and right-click the myssocntl node. Furthermore two system profile parameters have to be maintained by the system administration. Activating Cookie Handling 1.htm) Procedure Activating Virtual Host and ICF Services 1. (see ICF . Expand the public node.2 Enabling the Scoping Functionality for the Solution Builder Use The Scoping functionality in the Solution Builder uses Business Server Pages (BSP). virtual host default_host and ICF services sap. 4. expand the default_host node. which are part of the Internet Communication Framework (ICF).com/saphelp_nw04s/helpdata/en/36/020d3a0154b909e10000000a114084/frames et.Authorizations http://help. 3. In order to use the scoping functionality. In order to enable cookie handling. Go to transaction SICF.

6. This indicates. Expand the smb node. sap. On the Maintain Service screen. smb and sc_scoping_tool have to be activated: 1. 4. 5. Verify. Select and right-click the sc_scoping_tool node. Choose Refresh (Shift + F1). Choose Activate Service from the context menu. virtual host default_host and ICF services sap. public and myssocntl has changed to black. bc.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 6. 7. bsp. 3. Expand the bsp node. Activating BSP Scoping In order to enable the BSP for Scoping. Expand the sap node. that the font-color of nodes default_host. Expand the bc node. expand the default_host node. Choose the Yes button with the tree icon 8. © SAP AG Page 12 of 36 . Confirm the Activation of ICF Services dialog with Yes. 2. that virtual host default_host and the ICF services have been activated.

bc. smb and sc_scoping_tool has changed to black. bsp. 8. that the font-color of nodes default_host. The screen shot of step12 should directly point to the with the “yes-full tree” button. Choose Refresh (Shift + F1). Choose Activate Service from the context menu. Choose the Yes button with the tree icon 9. © SAP AG Page 13 of 36 . This indicates that virtual host default_host and the ICF services have been activated. sap. Verify.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 7. Confirm the Activation of ICF Services dialog with Yes.

3. but it will not be possible to print in SAP ERP unless you have set up the printer environment. © SAP AG Page 14 of 36 .2 Optional: Set up Printer Environment The following activities are only needed if you want to use print functionality in SAP ERP. you must follow important information on the requirements to be fulfilled to print bar codes and about printers supported. Instead. you can forward the printing requests to your locally installed printers (Win): 1. The documentation can be found on the SAP Help Portal at http://help. the printer LP01 cannot be used for printing (for more information on this.3. For details about setting up the printer environment read the documentation in the SAP Printing Guide (BC-CCM-PRN). Select the menu Configuration. See SAP Note 5196 on important details regarding printing bar codes with SAPscript and SAP note 645158 regarding important details regarding printing bar codes with SAP Smart Forms. 3.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 3.3 (Optional) Printing Bar Codes If you want to print bar codes.htm Once you have set up your printer environment. enter Device Type: SWIN: MS Windows Driver. In the tab: Access Method.3 Printer Settings 3. 6.1 Default Printer For activation of SAP Best Practices. 3. Latin-1. 4. 5. enter the Host Spool Access Method G: Front End Printing with Control Tech and the Host printer __DEFAULT If you want to use the PDF Display in NWBC and you have followed the instructions mentioned in SAP Note 1069540 you may have already assigned a default printer in the user settings. 7.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/d9/4a8eb751ea11d189570000e829fbbd/frameset .sap. Output Devices Choose Edit (select F8) Select Create (Shift + F1) Create the Output Device: LOCL with the short name LOCL In the tab Device Attribute.3. If you skip these activities. Your printer must be linked to a device type for which the HELVE font family is defined (for example to the device type SAPWIN) to ensure that the forms printout is correct. see SAP Note 573309). Choose the transaction SPAD. the standard default printer LP01 is used that is generated during the SAP standard system set up. it is still possible to activate SAP Best Practices. you must select an existing printer at your site. Once you have activated the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package. 2.3.

2 Creating User for Activation of SAP Best Practices Content Use In this activity. you create a user to run the activation of the related SAP Best Practices scope. you should restrict the rights of the user according to your internal authorization guidelines. © SAP AG Page 15 of 36 . You should use the functions provided in Role Maintenance (transaction PFCG). Here you can define a role corresponding to your individual IMG project with all the authorizations you need to access the corresponding IMG activities required for the SAP Best Practices scope. you get the detailed user documentation on how to proceed to get the SSCR developer key. You can use the transaction SU53 to get information on the missing authorizations and extend the authorization data as necessary. SAP Software Change Registration (SSCR): Developer Key Procedure 1. if registration is successful. An SSCR developer key is a 20 character combination of digits which is queried when an SAP ERP user tries to create or change an object from the customer name range FOR THE FIRST TIME.4. For more information about building a role for a Customizing project. On the SAP Software Change Registration (SSCR) start page. The SSCR developer key is needed. The prompting message for the developer key appears once for each SAP ERP user. If the SAP Best Practices activation user is not registered as developer.com/sscr.1 Use The user ID used for activation has to be registered as developer on SAP Service Marketplace (SAP Software Change Registration (SSCR)). remove the authorizations you have given to the system user that has performed the activation steps. this SAP ERP user is no longer prompted to enter a developer key. 2. This is for security reasons to avoid that the system user misuses the authorizations granted before. Without the profile SAP_ALL. Access the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 3.sap. 3.4 User Management 3. because the user ID used for SAP Best Practices activation creates and changes objects from the customer name range during the SAP Best Practices activation process. For details see SAP Note 86161. the automated SAP Best Practices activation will run into errors. issues during the activation may occur and need to be solved.4. see the documentation for the transaction PFCG. Alternatively you can use the authorization profile SAP_ALL. The SSCR developer key is generated from the installation number of the affected installation and the SAP ERP user name. Directly after activation of the SAP Best Practices content. If this authorization does not apply to your authorization concept.

Enter the Activation profile created before. On the User Maintenance: Initial Screen. 3. 3. These are only required if you are using the SAP NetWeaver Business Client user interface. enter <User-ID> and choose Create. Make the following entries: Field name Password User type 7. 6. choose one of the following navigation options: SAP Menu Transaction Code Tools SU01 Administration User Maintenance Users 2. Make the following entries: Field name Last name First name User action and values <Last name of the user> <First name of the user> Note 5. and are intended for demo or evaluation use. User action and values EN 1.89 DD. Make the following entries: Field name Logon language Decimal notation Date format 9. 10.3 Sample User Roles (optional) User roles delivered with SAP Best Practices provide specific user menus for demo or reference purposes. To carry out the activity. 11. 4.YYYY Note User action and values <initial password> Dialog Note Result A user to activate SAP Best Practices content has been created.234.4.SAP Best Practices . Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Procedure 1. they should be adjusted according to your company’s system and security policies prior to use in a production environment. in the User field. Choose the Defaults tab.567. Choose the Profiles tab. Choose the Address tab. © SAP AG Page 16 of 36 . 8. Save your entries. Choose the Logon Data tab.MM. If your company chooses to use these roles more extensively.

5. The SAP Easy Access view displays the SAP menu.3. 6. Procedure 1. enter the role name. This section describes how you can make the role available for other users. You can use a wildcard to search for a role. The authorizations represent instances of generic authorization objects and are defined depending on the activity and responsibilities of the employee. You can assign several roles to a user at this stage. enter the user ID of your user. Choose Enter. so that the user can use the appropriate transactions for his or her tasks. 3. These roles are referred to in the scenario business process documentation (BPD) provided for each scenario in SAP Best Practices. To display the user menu in question.1 Assigning a Role to Other Users Use In the previous step. and go back to the SAP Easy Access view.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 3. 4. a user requires corresponding authorizations. Expand it to see its content. SAP Menu. 7. The function User menu is User menu. © SAP AG Page 17 of 36 . as business objects or transactions are protected by authorization objects. choose user is displayed. Using the profile generator you can automatically create authorization profiles covering selected system transactions. To activate the user menu function. The role you assigned to your To access business objects or execute SAP transactions. you uploaded the user role and assigned it to your user.4.com in the area SAP Netweaver -> Security -> Identity Management. You can check the function list to get an overview of the transactions used in the different SAP Best Practices scenarios.sap. The authorizations are combined in an authorization profile that is associated with a role. In the User Maintenance screen. it facilitates the definition of authorization profiles by listing the SAP transactions that are necessary to perform all system activities required for the handling of the respective business scenario. save. The user administrators then assign the corresponding roles using the user master record. respectively. Choose one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code SAP Menu SU01 Tools Administration User Maintenance Users 2. Choose Change. All authorization profiles can be adapted according to the necessary requirements and the authorization concept that has to be realized. choose now active. Further information on this topic can be found on the SAP Help Portal at http://help. SAP Best Practices does not deliver an authorization concept. 8. In the Role field. In the Maintain User view. The User menu function is still inactive. Result The role is now assigned to the user. if necessary. choose the Roles tab. However.

On the System Entry Properties dialog box. Such notes are uploaded via Transaction SNOTE but kept in status “NEW”.3. 4. These guides are attached to the corresponding solution note of your selected Package (referenced in the chapter 6. It can be a tedious procedure to change ownership of the activation of the solution. Some country specific notes in which business decisions need to be made are not implemented. Notes marked as “Activation”-relevant in the Area-field must be implemented before activation. some automated installation activities might run into errors. On the Encoding dropdown. 4.2 SAP Notes To prepare a smooth activation of the SAP Best Practices package the known notes providing corrections for application issues are already implemented in the system export. the user’s local GUI must be set to use the Unicode code page. Choose OK. From the SAP Logon 720 pad.1 Activation Language Make sure that your logon language is always English (and NOT your local language) for all activation activities. 2. choose the Code Page tab.3). select Unicode (UTF-8). Make sure that you only have one single SAP GUI session running when you activate SAP Best Practices. A complete overview of the imported notes can be found via Transaction SNOTE.1 Use Unicode Settings Before each user logs onto the system for the first time. Procedure 1. Please compare the notes in status “NEW” with the respective list of notes that can be found in the according country specific Quick Guide. we recommend that only one User ID be used to activate the SAP Best Practices. Goto SAP Note Browser (Ctrl + F9). 4. <Execute (F8)> without further filter selections. 3. Then choose the Change Item button. If you run several SAP GUI sessions.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 4 Activation of Business Content / Scenarios – Activation consultant 4.3 User Settings for Activation For activation. 4. © SAP AG Page 18 of 36 . select your system ID.

b. Save your entries. this task is executed automatically in Building Block 100. like 1. © SAP AG Page 19 of 36 . Choose the Defaults tab. Note Time Format – 24h/ 12h Refer to the solution specific Quick Guide for country specific settings 6. Run the following activity: SAP Menu Transaction Code System SU3 User Profile Own Data 2.89.3. 2.3 Use Set Decimal Notation and Date Format Perform this activity to set up the activation user ID. Save your settings. Select the Output Immediately and Delete After Output checkboxes. Make sure to assign your printer in the field output device according to chapter Printer Environment above: Optional: If you use a local printer LOCL a. In the Spool Control section enter the Output Device LOCL c.567. 3. Make sure you set Date Format according to your country’s default. Open the Accessibility & Scripting node and open the Scripting view 4. Procedure 1.3. that different user must execute this task.2 Use Allow GUI Scripting Perform this activity so that eCATTs GUI Scripts can by executed with your GUI. Deselect the checkboxes Notify When a Script Attaches to a Running GUI and Notify When a Script opens a Connection. Select the menu item Options. Choose the OK button at the bottom. d. After the activation of Building Block 100. Make sure you set Decimal Notation according to your country’s default. Choose the Defaults tab. Select the Enable scripting checkbox. if a different user wishes to activate additional scenarios. 5. like DD/MM/YYYY.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 4. Procedure 1. 6. SAP Best Practices activation. During the activation.234. 4. Choose the first button from the right side of the Standard Tool Bar Customizing of Local Layout or type ALT + F12. 3. 7. 4. 5.

3. Save your settings. Make sure to use capital letters only. make the following entries. you may change these values as desired. On the Maintain User Profile screen. Procedure 1.3. When the complete activation procedure is finished. Print via output control in MM . 4. © SAP AG Page 20 of 36 . Log on to the system. WExx.SAP Best Practices 8. 9. WFxx) you have to maintain the following parameter in the user settings. WFxx) you have to maintain the following parameter in the user settings.4 (Optional) User Settings for Printing Material Documents If you want to create / print messages for material documents (output types WAxx. Log off from the system. Result The decimal notation and date format have been set up according to your country format. 10. System SU3 User Profile Own Data ParameterID NDR Parameter Value X Note If you want to create / print messages for material documents (output types WAxx. The standard printer has been defined. Choose the Parameters tab. 4. Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Log off and log on is necessary since the change in the user settings only becomes effective when you log onto the system again.Inventory management CAC 1000 Controlling area If you use PERSONALIZED values (for example controlling area 9999 instead of the default value 1000) enter your personalized value instead of the value 1000. Run the following activity: SAP ECC menu Transaction Code 2. WExx.

Extract the files from the files you downloaded in the previous task into this folder.4. 4. 4. unpack the graphics from the attached file from note 1239657 and import the graphics from the attached file "Bitmap. Create a folder on a hard drive (on your local hard drive or server hard drive) that can be accessed from the SAP system where you want to activate the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package.zip" to the directory "bitmap" of the SAP GUI installation. After the extraction there should be many variant files (*. Ensure that the persons who will activate SAP Best Practices have the necessary user rights to access this folder.txt) in this folder.1 Copying Graphics Files for Personalization on your local computer To ensure the "Enterprise Structure Composer" works correctly in the Solution Builder. 2. Procedure Access the activity using the following option: Transaction Code 1. For the fast start program the installation data files for each country are managed using document info records in the SAP Document Management System and are part of the fast start system.3 Use Extracting the Installation Data Files The installation settings (configuration settings and master data) of the SAP Best Practices are managed by the installation data files. If these files are missing.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 4. The path of this directory in most cases is C:\Programme\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\bitmap or C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\bitmap on your local computer.2 Creating a Folder for the SAP Best Practices Activation 1.4. Select the installation data file package for your country and choose Display Originals 3. Extract all files to the installation data folder for the activation of your SAP Best Practices package. the system issues error messages in the display of the organizational structure in the "Enterprise Structure Composer". Approve security pop-up window 4. /nCV04n © SAP AG Page 21 of 36 .4 Installation preparation and Usage of the Solution Builder 4.4. Choose Execute 2.

If you delete scenarios. After scoping activities. maintenance of information on scenario level/scenario edit view (e.g.solution editor screen is the first screen you see when you run the transaction. the actual activation will be done in the Implementation Assistant interface. the activation history and the respective logs are lost and it is not possible to find possible error reasons with tenable efforts. 4.solution editor Implementation assistant Building block builder Details The Solution builder – solution editor interface covers the following basic functionality: Manages different solutions (solution editor) Graphical scoping engine Enterprise structure composer Application area editor and assignment The Implementation Assistant interface focuses on: Manages and monitors implementation of a solution (scenario based).4. pricing parameters) The Building block builder interface is used for: Creation of building blocks Inserting different task types of implementation activities Maintenance of installation data The Solution builder .SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 4. access to logs Building block assignment. Procedure Access the activity using the following option: Transaction Code /n/SMB/BBI Do NOT delete solution builder scenarios ONCE they have been activated.4. In such cases NO SAP SUPPORT CAN BE PROVIDED. this is the relevant screen for the start of the activation of the SAP Best Practices Baseline package.1 Interfaces This section provides you with a quick overview about the Solution Builder user interfaces.4 Use Running the Solution Builder This activity runs the solution builder. © SAP AG Page 22 of 36 .4. Solution builder .

Cross-Company Scenarios: Cross Company Sales Order Processing (123) and Internal Procurement: Cross-Company Stock Transfer (141) These two scenarios are provided for example purposes to demonstrate intercompany logistics processes in sales and procurement. All activation steps are described in detail in the following chapter. Attached to this note you can find a guide which provides the information how you can personalize the enterprise structure extension for a second company code and how to adapt the keys for the second company code and related entities in case you want to set up all enterprise structure keys without any logical overlap of the keys. 4. and thus are optional. Controlling. 4.1 Activation Sequence of Building Blocks When activating the complete Baseline Package (all scenarios) or just selected scenarios.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 4. Details for individual scenarios are available on the documentation DVD for each package. For details check the release strategy of the solution builder in SAP Note 1588269. For the fast-start program the following scenarios are out of scope and not part of the basic installation. Please also check note 1276914 if you are going to activate these scenarios. and are not fully integrated into Financial Accounting. These scenarios have to be deselected during the scoping of your solution.4. When you use the SAP Best Practices solution builder.5. the necessary technical building blocks must be activated in the correct sequence.2 Specific Information on Scenarios You can choose to activate the entire Baseline Package scope or certain scenarios. if you wish not to activate these scenarios. If these scenarios are planned to be used in final implementation projects. and CO-PA. © SAP AG Page 23 of 36 . If you are activating a full scope and are not planning to use the functionality of these two blocks. you must decide if you want to activate the complete package (full scope) or a subset of the complete package.2 Solution Builder User Guide (optional) This document describes all the functionalities of the SAP Best Practices solution builder in detail This user guide is not required for the activation process. 4. they can be activated without affecting any other functionality. they must be adapted and integrated into the Financials and Controlling area as necessary for the specific implementation project. you can let them deselected as per step 8 in the Step 3: Scope the Solution section below.4.5 Activation Before you activate a specific Baseline Package. The user guide can be found as attachment to the SAP Best Practices solution builder support Note Additional information for BP-SOLBLD 70V5. However.5. the activation is automatically carried out in the correct sequence. Make sure that you have finished all activities in section Technical Prerequisites for Installation successfully.

Procedure 1. /n/smb/bbi 3. 4. The activation time for this scenario might be larger than the activation time needed for all other scenarios together.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Procure-to-Pay Scenario: Self Service Procurement (Procure 2 Pay) (140) This scenario is provided for example purposes to demonstrate how to order self service goods or services from a supplier’s online catalog using SAP SRM processes (SAP ECC component SAP SRM Server). Make the following entries: © SAP AG Page 24 of 36 . Choose the External Documents tab.6 Scoping and Activation of Scenarios You can choose to activate the entire Baseline Package scope or certain scenarios. see section Decision on the Scope to be Activated above. Step 1: Import the Solution File The pre-configured content stack for SAP Best Practices which is installed with the installation wizard provides also the solution scope files for all of the available SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages. 6. 1. Run the following activity: Transaction Code 2. Set Step 2: Set Document Path for Solution Builder Use This activity sets the document path for information that may be useful during activation so that users can find details from the SAP Help Portal about the scenario being activated. Choose the 5. you can let it deselected as per step 8 in the Step 3: Scope the Solution section below. 4. follow the common steps below and read the sections highlighted with a gray solid-lined box. Choose the Display <> Change button. choose Goto User Settings. From the menu. It is recommended to have an SAP consultant with experience in SAP SRM at hand who supports the activation of this scenario since the technical activation is – despite the guidance provided by the SAP Best Practices stepby-step activation procedure – only automated to a certain extent and the manual activation activities require skills in the area of SAP SRM. To run the SAP Best Practices solution builder. from the Command field. 2. If you wish to activate certain scenarios. The solution scope files are already uploaded into the solution builder. enter /n/smb/bbi and press Enter. follow the common steps below and read the sections highlighted with a yellow dash-lined box. No further activities required for this step. Set the solution you are going to activate as the favorite solution: choose Solution Favorite. For an instruction on how to get information on all scenarios included in the Baseline Package. If you wish to activate the full scope. If you wish not to activate this scenarios. Insert Row button.

start the solution builder and choose Goto -> Building Block Builder. Step 3: Scope the Solution 1. Fast-Start Program Scope: Select 05 All Scenarios from the dropdown. From the Select Template dropdown. Choose Save. On the next dialog box. 6. Choose Back twice. The screen displays all of the available scenarios that are part of the Baseline Package. Follow the procedure of your local Quick Guide how where to find and how to set up the document path for these documents. Choose the Save Data button. In the Building Block Builder – Solution View screen select the Building © SAP AG Page 25 of 36 . Maintain flag multiple activations for building block 142. 141 are deselected from the scope.SAP Best Practices Parameter DOCUMENTATION 7. then choose the 8. enter a Solution ID and a Description. Favorite button. 4. 3. select the desired scope and choose Scope. 7.sap. choose OK. The system displays the Scoping for Solution screen. 5. If not – deselect the scenarios. To do so.com/ In order to access the descriptions of manual activities for some SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages it is also required to define the path for the offline documents. This is obsolete if you want to install the full scope of the Baseline Package. Select your solution from the list. read the Partial scope description in the country specific quick guides. Fast-Start Program Scope: Check if the scenarios 123. Choose the Scoping button (Ctrl+F9). On the Scoping – Start screen. Choose 8. To reduce activation time you can deselect this flag. Fast-Start Program: In the Building Block 142 (Production Planning and Control) the flag Allow multiple activations of BB in client is set. The Full Scope (05 All Scenarios) does not include the cross-company scenarios! If you want to activate the cross company scenarios 123 and/or 141 as per the information in the Specific Information on Scenarios section above. Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Value http://help. On the informational box. Back. 2. you can define the scope of scenarios you want to install. then choose OK.

then choose Personalization. for example an additional plant. no action is required. Deselect the flag Allow multiple activations of BB in client and choose Enter. 3. Ensure that the required graphic files are downloaded and stored locally. On the Upload and Download external file data dialog box. 7. This functionality is NOT supported in the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package and will cause serious errors. In that case. To personalize an entry. From the SAP Best Practices solution builder main menu. Navigate to the relevant objects in the Navigation Area. If you want to personalize the printer. These graphics are attached to SAP Note 1331447. In order to assure the installation data upload is working correctly. select option: Files required for personalization and choose Continue (Enter). you can skip to the Download the Installation Data section below. make sure before installation data upload the following user settings are set as described (access via Solution Builder Solution Editor Goto User Settings (Ctrl+Shift+F10). select your target language. On the Personalization Enterprise Structure screen. Step 5: Personalize the Solution Check if you require personalized values – if you want to activate SAP Best Practices using default values. choose Upload Installation Data (Ctrl + F5). Choose Save. browse to the location of your installation data files (in the folder you created during step Creating a Folder for the SAP Best Practices Activation. proceed as follows: © SAP AG Page 26 of 36 . see above).SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Block 142 and choose Change (Shift + F9). In most cases the path of this directory C:\Programme\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\bitmap or C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\bitmap on your local computer. 5. 6. Make any personalized entries on the detail screens. Choose Enterprise Structure Personalization (Ctrl + F7). Do NOT switch to expert mode and do NOT create any additional organizational data. tab strip General): o o Deselect the setting Check consistency with eCATT definitions during Installation data upload Select the setting Maintain references in eCATT Definitions during Installation Data upload 1. 2. 1. select it. double-click the object in the graphical area. Step 4: Upload the Installation Data Upload of the installation data is only required if you are going to personalize the solution (described below in step 5). 4.

Default Printer above). Note that you have to perform the next step Step 6: Download the Installation Data as prerequisite before you can adapt your documentation. b. For information on the necessary technical settings and the adaptation procedure. then choose the 4. Step 6: Starting Activation 1. On the Activate solution dialog box. 3. In the information box Personalization of Documentation select Technical Settings for information on the technical prerequisites and Documentation Adaptation to start the actual adaptation process. For a detailed description on how to proceed.g. the value LP01 has to be kept to avoid errors during the following SAP Best Practices activation. go to the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package documentation DVD and choose the section Implementation -> Activation on the left side menu. or choose the Workbench Request button to create one. The default printer LP01 can only be replaced by a printer already existing in your system (for more information on the printer environment. Activate button.. Z:\ or C:\) Workbench <workbench request number> Enter an existing workbench request number. c. Enter the new printer name for the parameter I_LDEST (on the right side). From the menu. In the solution builder (solution editor) choose Generic PA (Ctrl + F8).txt files) You cannot use UNC paths (e. If no printer exists.g. Select the top node of the solution. 2. Z:\sme\files Comments Depends on which solution your are activating This folder was created in step Creating a Folder for the SAP Best Practices Activation(*. see below chapter Step 9: Documentation Adaptation (optional).g.). Always use a mapped network drive (e. © SAP AG Page 27 of 36 . d. Ensure that your customer solution is set as a favorite solution.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages a. 8. Choose the PA ID OUTPUT_DEVICE (DEFINE PRINTER) from the PA list (on the left side). Z:\SME ) Also it is not possible to use any root directory of your local drive (e. Optional: Use the SAP Best Practices documentation adaptation to update the business process documentation with your personalized values. see the information outlined in chapter Printer Settings.. choose Goto Implementation Assistant (Ctrl + Shift + F3). \\dwdf030\SME\.g. make the following entries: Field name Target Language Installation Data User action and values <language> <location of folder with installation data> e.

Use the SAP Best Practices documentation adaptation tool to update the Business Process Documentation (BPD) with your personalized values. Then. The demo data includes samples for customer. you must run all steps in the Prerequisite Process Steps document (BPD 154) as prerequisite before you can test your scenarios. in the information box Scenarios – by Business Areas select Integration Processes Other Prerequisite Process Steps. the system will not display the Activate solution dialog box upon resumption of activation following an error or manual activity.SAP Best Practices Field name Customizing Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages User action and values <customizing request number> Deselect Comments Enter an existing customizing request number. The solution builder will display a procedure dialog box with instructions for you to follow to process the step. This is a task that is usually carried out together with the business consultant who will take over the steps as described in chapter Evaluate Business Content / Scenarios – Business Consultant below. If deselected. Choose Continue. Skip this screen With demo data Select 5. vendors. If deselected. © SAP AG Page 28 of 36 . and materials. or Customizing Request button to create choose the one. Step 8: Documentation Adaptation (optional) You can personalize the Business Process Documentation with the SAP Best Practices documentation adaptation tool. Step 7: Concluding Activities After you finished the activation of the scenarios. the Activate solution dialog box will display every time after resumption of activation. which can be used as sample master data for demo & evaluation. Please refer to the solution-specific Quick Guide because the amount of manual steps might differ from each solution. system executes activation steps that create demo data. The Prerequisite Process Steps document (BPD 154) can be found on the SAP Best Practices documentation DVD: On the left side menu choose Business Information Preconfigured Scenarios. There are some manual steps that you will need to handle during activation. If selected. these steps are not executed. In the information box Entry Level Scope choose Full scope. If selected. This is an optional step and is only possible if you have personalized the solution (see step 5).

open the Mapping Document. If you have already personalized your BPD and you want to restore the default values. 12. choose Implementation Activation . To get the list of default values and their personalized values. 7. If a security warning dialog box appears. confirm the warning by choosing Enable Macros. In the Personalization of Documentation information box. 11. 6. choose Use Default Data radio button.3). 8. Choose Exit. In the Personalization of Documentation information box.1 Error Handling: Installation Errors (only for Fast Start Program) In this section only general issues are mentioned which might lead to specific problems during the activation of a SAP Best Practices solution which is part of the content stack for the Fast Start Program. 6. Not all BPDs will display personalized values. © SAP AG Page 29 of 36 . 5. Confirm the File Download dialog with Open. follow the steps listed below: 1. 9. choose Technical Settings for information on the technical prerequisites. 10. 6 Troubleshooting The following information helps you to solve problems that might occur during the installation process. 3. In the Folder with Personalized Installation Data Files entry field. From the navigation bar. This starts the adaptation process. 4. Go to the SAP Best Practices Baseline package documentation DVD 2.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages For information on the necessary technical settings and the adaptation procedure. choose Documentation Adaptation. enter the path to the folder containing your variant files. Choose Adapt Documentation: The tool changes a setting and the BPD displays personalized values.on the HTML page listed above. For any details please refer to the according sections in the solution-specific Quick Guide (collected in Chapter 6. 5 Scenarios Included in the Baseline Package The scope of each solution may differ because of specific country requirements. choose Use Personalized Data. To use personalized values. Check if issues occurred: Check all sub chapters.

Add the Entry: 4.1 Personalization – Missing Type Definition 1. choose External Documents Tab. choose Goto Settings. Please read these sections carefully. Other solutions which do not require this parameter has to follow the following procedure 1. In the Parameter field.1. In the Value field.1. This issue occurs if the document path for manual activities which are described in offline documents was not set up correctly. 6. you can manually set the activity to status okay and proceed with the activation. © SAP AG Page 30 of 36 . On the Solution Builder – Solution Editor screen. choose the menu Goto Building Block Builder 2. Choose the Insert Row button. enter docfolder 6. 6. 6. 4. 3. On the User Settings dialog box. Select Maintain Type 3. Add-on is not up to date If the eCATT /SMB99/SCC4_C002_B32 shows an error (Add-on is not up to date). Save. 7. 2. After starting the Solution Builder by transaction /n/SMB/BBI. Due to a system error the issue also occurs for solutions which do not require this parameter. enter C:\MISC User Whether to add the trailing slash or not depend on your GUI version and operating system.1.3 BB 100: (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error in eCATT /SMB99/SCC4_C002_B32. 5.define parameters dialog box. Choose Continue.2 BB 100 (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error: The parameter %docfolder% not exists. choose the Display <> Change to enter change mode. from the menu. Baseline India requires this parameter.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages For specific troubleshooting during the activation of an SAP best Practices solution (not listed in this document) always refer to the solution-specific Quick Guide and the solution note. On the User Settings . Refer to the corresponding section in the Quick Guide (attached to note 1226570 to set up the documentation parameter.

1.7 BB 168 (Profitability Analysis): Error generating table KOMPAKE. Add-on is not up to date If the eCATT /SMB99/PREREQ_INTEGRATION_100 shows an error (Add-on is not up to date). In that case this issue can be ignored. Call transaction BF11. Restart the activation in the solution Builder 6.6 BB 147 (Make-to-Order Production with Variant Configuration): Error eCATT /SMB15/MM02_O001_I78: Error: A00341 Runtime error CALL_FUNCTION_NOT_FOUND has occurred 1. Message no. 6. Enter a workbench request in the dialog box. deselect the checkbox for the CRMAPO CRM-APO Adapter application. eCATT Page 31 of 36 © SAP AG . 5. 206 and 225. This issue may also occur in building block 162. 6. because previous activity (/SMB15/SM35_O101_N71) which creates the cost elements hasn´t finished yet. Reason: eCATT runs red. 4. In that case this issue can be ignored. 6. On the information message.1. Reason: During the activation the system checks whether the latest SAP Best Practices AddOn and SAP Best Practices solution builder Add-On are applied to your system. 188.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Reason: During the activation the system checks whether the latest SAP Best Practices AddOn and SAP Best Practices solution builder Add-On are applied to your system. choose Enter. 7. KE434.1.5 BB 103 (Basic Overhead Cost Controlling): Error in Ecatt /SMBA0/CSKU_O13F_J0C If the eCATT /SMBA0/CSKU_O13F_J0C shows an error. you can manually set the activity to status okay and proceed with the activation. 6.4 BB 100: (SAP Best Practices Installation): Error in eCATT /SMB99/PREREQ_INTEGRATION_100. On the Change View BTE Application Indicator: Overview screen. 2. 3. Choose Back. just restart the activation in the solution Builder.1. When activation a SAP Best Practices solution which is part of the Fast Start Program it might be the case that still an older version of these Add-On still exist in the system. Save your entries. When activation a SAP Best Practices solution which is part of the Fast Start Program it might be the case that still an older version of these Add-On still exist in the system.

Diagnosis: An error occurred while Table KOMPAKE was being generated. © SAP AG Page 32 of 36 . Message no.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages /SMB15/KEA0_O042_J17 If the eCATT /SMB15/KEA0_O042_J17 Activate Operating Concern shows the error Error generating table KOMPAKE. The error should then not occur anymore. Solutions: Restart the solution builder scenario again. KE434.

Select Utilities Delete Personnel Data from the menu bar. If the eCATT still runs with status red. 2. Select a personnel number. Choose Back to edit the class builder 9. Call transaction SE24 (Class Builder) 3. Enter object Type CL_IM_WFD_SYNC_BP and choose Change 4. table OBJS is consistent. 3. 12. 15. 7. Confirm the dialog box Delete Personnel Data. Confirm ay warning messages 5. 5. Call transaction SE38 10. Restart the activation. Enter Report RHSOBJCH (Reconcile OBJS with HR Database Tables) 11. Repeat steps 3 to 7 for all personnel numbers that are supposed to be created by the specific eCATT /xxxxxx/PA40_O001_xxx (see the respective configuration guide of the affected building block for details on the personnel numbers). On the Delete Personnel Data screen press Select All. Delete all employees which have been created partly by the eCATT. Implement correction note 923867 in your system (manually) 2. for example 999301.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 6. Personnel data is shown in the right-hand half of the screen. 8. Press Search Term in the Find by section and confirm the dialog box Find Person with Find. 13. In the class Builder choose Activate 8. Choose Back to eave the transaction. Execute report RHSOBJCH. On the screen Delete Personnel Numbers enter the personnel numbers that are supposed to be created by the specific eCATT /xxxxxx/PA40_O001_xxx. Select all objects.8 BB 192 (Logistic Master Data: HCM): Error eCATT /SMBxx/PA40_xxxx_xxx: Error: A00341 Runtime error 211 CALL_METHOD_NOT_IMPLMENTED has occurred Please proceed as described: 1. 6. Double-click on method IF_EX_HRSYNC_P~CONVERT_HR_TO_BP and choose Activate. Start eCATT /xxxxxx/PA40_O001_xxx again. Finally. © SAP AG Page 33 of 36 . start transaction SE38 and run report RPUDELPN. 4.1. 14. After the object list has been reconciled. Choose Back 7. and then press Delete. Enter or confirm Customizing Request. 9. If the eCATT runs with status green. 6. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP Menu Human Resources Personnel Management Administration HR Master Data Maintain PA30 Transaction Code 1. start eCATT /xxxxxx/PA40_O001_xxx again. The report produces a list of objects that include the finding "Supplement OBJS" or "Unnecessary in OBJS". Perform a reconciliation by choosing List -> Update selection. no further activities are needed.

Please read these sections carefully.2 Error Handling: Other Installation Errors For specific troubleshooting during the activation of an SAP best Practices solution refer to the solution-specific Quick Guide and the solution note. © SAP AG Page 34 of 36 .SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages 6.

605 No Baseline China Baseline Mexico Baseline United States of America SAP Best Practices Edition 2011-2 V1.605 1591558 1584568 1587527 1589019 1575755 1588705 1589402 1548668 0916003 details in Quick Guide No No No No No No No 6. SAP It is recommended to ensure that also for implemented notes (set as “in process”) the newest version is downloaded via the button <download latest Version of SAP notes (Shift+F7)>.605 V1.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages Appendix 6.605 V1.605 V1. An overview of these notes can be found via Transaction SNOTE.605 V1. SAP Best Practices Package Content Stack Solution Note with the solution-specific Quick Guide 1525600 Country specific notes to be implemented SAP Best Practices Edition 2010-4 Baseline Germany SAP Best Practices Edition 2011-1 V1.605 V1.605 V1. and the corresponding solution notes with the attached solution-specific Quick Guides.3 Overview of SAP Best Practices Packages The following section provides you with the SAP Best Practices Baseline packages which are available in the content stack of the installation wizard as part of the fast-start program. <Execute (F8)> without further filter selections.605 V1.4 SAP Notes and Messages To prepare a smooth activation of the required SAP Best Practices package the notes providing corrections for application issues are already implemented in the system export.605 V1. Goto Note Browser (Ctrl + F9).605 V1. © SAP AG Page 35 of 36 .605 1559506 1559866 1552705 No 1321680 1318342 No Baseline Brazil Baseline Canada Baseline India Baseline Italy Baseline Netherlands Baseline Russia Baseline Spain Baseline Switzerland V1.

© SAP AG Page 36 of 36 . Finally country specific notes in which business decisions need to be made in advance are not implemented. Some notes have not been implemented and can be found in status “New”.SAP Best Practices Quick Guide to Implementing the SAP Best Practices Baseline Packages If a newer version of a note exists the implementation of the note might need to be re-done. g. as release notes. These notes are of consulting type or have informational character e. Please compare with the respective list of notes that can be found in the according Quick Guide that is attached to the corresponding solution note of your selected Baseline (referenced above).