SAP Implementation & Blueprints

SAP Implementation Process What is ASAP Methodology ASAP: Accelerated Systems Application and Products in Data Processing All implementation projects have the following phases: Scoping - What is to be implemented i.e. which submodules are to be implemented some clients may not require credit management for example. Look at the project scope document carefully it will tell you what SAP sub-modules in SAP you should be prepared for. Usually the sales people along with project manager do it. As is - Here you understand the existing business processes of the client . Your BPOcollect all the ISO-documentation (if client is ISO certified), reports and forms at this stage and you analyse how and when the reports/forms are generated, where the data is coming from. You also do a Level -2 training for your BPO so he is made aware of all the required transactions in SAP. Once this is over BPO can start learning with the consultants help more about SAP. This is crucial because if you miss out any transactions the BPO may forget about some of his Business processes which may come up later. It is a good practice to ask the BPO to make flow charts to explain business processes. To-Be - Parallely you map these processes to SAP. Processes that you are not sure of as to whether they are present in SAP or not you try to do a configuration of those processes, and along with the BPO(Business process owner he is the clients employee who knows about the clients business processes probably a middle management guy, ther can more than one), BPO involvement is required as he may be able to tell you his requirements better. Once you do the business modeling you will also be made aware of the gaps between as-is and to-be , here decisons have to be made as to whether a ABAP development/system modification is required or not and so on. Involve the BPO as much as possible and document everything it is good practice do not be lazy about it. Business blueprint: Here the as-is and to-be and gap analysis is explained. This is the document that you will be using to do your configuration in the realization phase. Realization phase: Here you do the configuration in the development server (there are three clients -development,quality, production). You also decide on the master data format, so that BPO can go collect the master data. You also gove ABAP specifications for forms, reports etc, system modifications etc. Unit testing: Your BPOs and a few key users sit down and test your configuration in your module only. It is good to test the BDCs that you need for uploading data at this stage so you have more realistic data and your BDCs are tested. Integration testing: Once all modules unit testing is over then the configuration is trasported to the Quality server, where testing for all the modules is done by BPOs and end user, this is to check if any problems are there in integration between various modules. Once all is okay from the QA server config is

Realization -The purpose of this phase is to implement all the business and process requirements based on the Business Blueprint. 2.consists of identifying team members and developing strategy as how to go. like the table name. The purpose of this phase is to implement all the business & process requirements based on business blue print. Final configuration is a transportation process that expands that base line solution Documentation which is prepared before and in a project: 1) Templates 3) Fit Gap or Gap Analysis 4) Business Process Design 5) Business Process Model 6) Business Change & Impact 7) Configuration Design. You customize the system step by step in 2 work packages: Base Line Configuration & Final Configuration.have different names 8) Future Impact & Change Assessment 9) Functional Design (Module Wise) 10) Risk Assessment . here functinal consultatns need to give guidence as to get the requried data for reports and all. Consists of detailed documentaion 3. .Final Configuration: in this phase you confirm that all your requirements are met in the R/3 system. Forms etc. right from uploading of legacy data. reqeirement and how SAP provides solution.consists of identifying the client current process. 4. users can now use the production server. which is just 5 % of Total SAP. end-user training. Go live preparation Data uploading: The collected master data is checked and the uploaded into production server(sever and client I have used interchangeably). ensuring that they can be implemented quickly. devoloping customised reports. . Now you are ready for go live i.Base Line Configuration: this phase comprises the priority requirements of the enterprise. ASAP methodoligy means nothing but standard process for implementation of SAP.. Business Blue print . Project preperation . Final Preparation . 5.e. 1. BDC's. Go Live and Support All the functinal consultatns need good rapo with Abapers. It consists of 5 phases.transported to the production server. fields etc What is baseline configuration in sap? Base line and Final config is the third phase in ASAP methadology.The purpose of this phase is to complete testing. This phase can be completed without programming or enhancements to SAP systems.

We should explain each sub field like Emp Group. PA30. Personnel Area and Sub Area and its importance and relevance to their company so as to understand while processing them .Remarks/Any Comment E) Highlight the common troubles during the usage of SAP by an end.Use of the Code . 1) You should understand which targeted group for the end-user training is for. C) The STEP by STEP usage methodology with screen shots and explanatory foot notes for each Transaction code. How to prepare manuals: In the client side. again the end-user team disappears after some time.11) Process Metrics and Many More-. What Are SAP End User Manual It is the same for every other modules although here I reference it mainly for SAP HR. D) Prepare a book a table and columns which should have the following information: .Transaction Code . Do they have any computer background or not. End Users are not permanent. Means consultant should train the end user in entire OM. You just place them at one place and publish it for their usage in future for any of their new join as an end-user.NO. H) Each field in the international infotypes should be explained very clearly and ensure that they are comfortable with the fields of infotypes which have been configured for their company.Expected Result .Things differ from one implementation to another. That is why implementing company( Client ) expects SAP Consultants to prepare documents which are self explanatory (even to a layman in SAP) and study themselves and use the sap easy access very comfortably.Navigation path . 2) In what way they are going to make use of the manuals supplied to them during the course of training.Achieved Result .Which has impact on Business and its work flow Note * This documents are prepared in Vanilla SAP Standards -.Sl. Emp Sub Group.user and give the solutions (ready to use) These problems you can come across while giving the in house training for the end-users. PA40 etc. . Even if you train them well. G) We should inform the importance of info types and usage for our purposes at expert mode. B) All the transaction codes used by end user. F) Every consultant is aware that the entire Organsiational Management is with end user only. If they get any better job outside they will resign and go out. and it always depends on the type of business which is opting for SAP. For example : info type 0001 Org Assignment insists about the three structures of the HR. Hence we should prepare a document which explains the following things comfortably: A) All the buttons and Screens we have in sap and its importance for an end-user..

3) Preparation of the blue print documents describing the complete AS-IS process . Like this whatever comes across in SAP Easy Access should be insisted through the training of end users.user point of view . now the end-user in a position to understand which employee group and subgroup. 4) Flow charts should be included in the as-is blue print process flow document describing the complete process. based on what you are classifying them? This all will come in the master data document which has to be approved from the client whoever he is .Layoff etc You will have to see what all actions your client wants. exercises and solutions should be provided in the manuals. These will be the action reasons. Actually AS-IS process in summary involves a : 1) Series of meeting with the client. It involves detailed understanding of how the HR department is functioning because based on that only you would provide a solution to them. As is document: How to start doing the project in 'AS IS' ? Are you working as a technical person or functional person? This work is of a functional consultant. should allotted. employee groups. Even for actions like: . This will be in the TO BE process document. Like suppose you are implementing SAP HR module for them then in the AS-IS and TO-BE phase. Like if the current system is on mainframe or for some specific applications like for recruitment the system is on mainframes and the client wants to keep that system as well then interfaces need to be identified which will be there because you will have to upload the data to sap system using bdc.from the end. This will be told by the client which can come out after a series of meetings and after discussions you will have to come out with the document that these will be action types.Hiring . J) Glossary of terms and expansion of Acronyms.Newly Hire . these will be the action codes for that. 2) Gathering complete information about the existing system. When an employee is hired into the company . 6) After that there will be some things which cannot be implemented in SAP so the gaps are to . 5) After this is finished u have to give the TO-BE process structure that will be implemented in SAP. Like suppose you are implementing for PA then you need to identify how many personnel areas you need to make. It involves understanding the complete functionality of the system. subgroups. how many subareas you will make. Like this for every process there will be a document. you need to prepare all the documents of the process flow (you can prepare them in word).i mean the existing system.Termination -Transfer . Like this each consultant should focus on end user training and prepare the documents.. like if there is an action transfer which is run for employee what all will be the reasons you will be configuring for that action. After this phase is over complete configuration can be done. I) Demo. Personnel Area And Sub Area etc. Abbreviations should be given..

but I think that the theory. information is gathered using the following tools: • Business Process Questions (via R/3 Reference Model) • Customer Input (CI) Template • Business Process Master List • Knowledge Corner A functional spec should theoretically mean that the ABAPer should be able to take the design document you have prepared. go and sit in a dark corner of the office and build the whole report. and org mgt data.like master data and payroll data.. The main tool used to define the business processes is the AcceleratedSAP Question & Answer Database in conjunction with the R/3 Reference Model. It is a lengthy process but not so difficult only the thing is that the functionality is to be understood properly. in order to create the conceptual design for your R/3 implementation. the following activities need to be carried out: • Conducting business process workshops • Completing the Business Blueprint.. an important bit to remember here is the time selection. In the process. this rarely if ever happens. SAP BLUEPRINTING Defining the Business Processes After you have defined your organizational structure for R/3. 7) These gaps are to be documented in white paper for the client.. an imp how should this be linked.What fields are required as selection options . When you write a functional spec. the following types of requirements should be identified in the business process workshops: • Reporting requirements • Interface requirements • Conversion requirements • Enhancement requirements • Authorization requirements Since all the results gathered during the workshops will subsequently create the Business Blueprint. what logical links are required to link the data together . For this.be identified. You now map the enterprise requirements onto R/3 business processes. reviewing it and obtaining management signoff • Setting up an end user training schedule Besides determining the R/3 functionality to be implemented.What information is the report trying to get. and how should this be linked. or over a month etc. Some of the things you may want to think about are: Report logic . the importance of this step cannot be underestimated. or only the data relevant on the day.. you are meant to be turning the clients requirements into a design document that a techno can then build from. Selection screen . the definition of the business process for your Business Blueprint is the next step. do you want all the data in the system.

Writing functional specs and interacting with Abapers to develop any user exits . Then the main task starts: customizing the respective business area and making sure the system . 4) Functional consultant has more configuration knolwledge then Business consultant The responsibilities of a support consultant are: . Below is one view: A functional consultant evaluates the demands in talking with the customer

s representatives. for example this could be a text file. you need to prepare a QADB (Questions and Answer Data Base) questionnaire and send it to the client. you need to prepare AS-IS (which is a detailed list of the current business practices of the client) and then .When an issue comes diagnose.Primarily responsible for Handling tickets and application support to the endusers . Hence.Authorisations . in what order. in what file type.Responsible for any enhancements . he identifies the use cases and transforms them into logical and technical views. You need to map AS-IS process and TO_BE process.What should the report do when it encounters a problem eg what scenarios would constitute errors . 3) A business consultant will bring business process knowledge and provide it to functional consultant who in turn used this knowledge to configure the system. based on client's answers.does the report require running in test mode prior to a file being produced? What are the roles & responsibilities as a sap hr functional consultant As a Functional Consultant. one needs to first understand the business process of the client and then map it in SAP to accommodate those business processes. Test mode . What are the differences between a functional and business consultant? The difference between Functional consultant and Business consultant are as follows: 1) A funcitonal consultant is able to configure the system unlike business consultant.what should happen etc. 2) Functional consultant know more about business process unlike Business consultant.What fields are required to be output.Training the end users and preparing end user training material For those who wished to know the role of a functional consultant. or just out to the screen of the runner. In the Business Blueprint stage. you need to prepare TO-BE list ( procedure in SAP to match the client's business process). Then.Should the report check the 'runners' authorisations and tailor the output accordingly Output . Error handling . transforms the essence into an abstract and algorithmic business model. analyse and solve the issue .

It is not manpower that counts but intelligence. 4. 100. reporting system. dates and schedules. methodlogy. Before starting configuring future business processes in SAP.Sandbox. performing appropriately and the business flow is complete and correct. 700 to 710 Training.reacts in the manner according to the constraints of the requested use case. Functional consultant is expected to generate knowledge about the current business process. 5. I have seen people defining integration after mapping. design current business flows. The consultant documents the settings and prepares proper guidelines that allow other consultants to do further changes or repairs with due efforts. performing appropriately and the business flow is complete and correct.DEV would have multiple clients for ex: 190. Role of a Functional Consultant in an End To End Implementation 1. 3. in all we can say getting through with current business setup.Golden. gap analysis and configuration is done. . Everything configured has to be documented as per their categories in the form of predefined templates.Unit Test.PROD may have something like a 200 Production. End user manual and user training is also expected from F. team members. QAS and PROD. The main duty of a consultant is to transfer external know-how to the client. . Flow diagrams and DFD are prepared. a feeling for defects and general a common sense. working hours which have been predicided are working hours which have been predicided are formally defined. SAP Landscape is like a server system or like a layout of the servers or some may even call it the architecture of the servers viz.QAS may again have mutiple clients for ex: 300. study current business processes and its complication.Consultants. SAP is divided into three different lanscape DEV. During go live he assists the technical staff by testing the behaviour of the system. these have to be then approved by the team leads or who ever the consultant is reporting to. After go live he guarantees that the procedures remain usable and consistent in real live situation and proposes enh The consultant takes care that proper training is given to the users and that the system is usable.Integration Test. it is a simultaneous process. the DFD/ERD are prepared. The consultant takes care that proper training is given to the users and that the system is usable. Sometimes Functional consultants are also expected to prepare test scripts for testing the configured scenarios. 2. but as per my experience in implementation. . duties. responsibilities. . The project normally starts off with a Kick off meeting in which the team size. During go live he assists the technical staff by testing the behaviour of the system. After go live he guarantees that the procedures remain usable and consistent in real live situation and proposes enhancements. understanding of processes. all this forms the part of AS IS document. most of the time in Vision format. Mapping and GAP analysis is done for each module. 180. 6. which can be also siad as the result of mapping and gap analysis. this documentation is called TO BE.

Where SAP GUI have. In summary: Landscape : is the arrangement for the servers IDES : is purely for education purpose and is NOT INCLUDED in the landscape. just as it is in the Golden client.Where Database installed . Now upon a successful tranport by the Basis guy. A request will flow from Dev->Qual->Prod and not backwards.These names and numbers are the implementer's discreet on how they want it or they have been using in their previous implementations or how is the client's business scenario. you get a transport request pop up upon saving everytime.Where SAP Installed. Database Server . This is a configuration only client. Now whatever you do in the Sandbox doesn't affect the other servers or clients. Upon a satisfactory unit test. you RE-DO it in the golden client (remember. The incorrect or unsatisfactory configuration is corrected in Golden (may again as well be practised in the sandbox prior to Golden) and accordingly transported back to 180 (Unit Test) until the unit test affected by that particular config is satisfactory. Later it will deploy to client from production server. They organised their office in these three way. The Golden client remains the 'database' (if you wanna call it that) or you may rather call it the 'ultimate' reference client for all the good. DEVELOPMENT ---> QUALITY ----> PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT : is where the the consultants do the customization as per the company's requirement. this is a very neat and clean client and you cannot use it for rough usage). QUALITY : is where the core team members and other members test the customization. complete and final configuration that is being used in the implementation. It's a transaction only client where you perform the unit test. PRODUCTION : is where the live data of the company is recorded. Developer develop their program in Development server and then transport it to test server. Whenever you think you are satisfied with your configuration and you think you can use it moving forward. But in the Testing client you can not even access SPRO (Display IMG) screen. you move the good configuration to the next SERVER (DEV). Application Server . These three are landscape of any Company. The configuration remains in sync between these two clients. Presentaion Server. You don't run any transaction or even use the SAP Easy Access screen on the 100 (golden) client. As you re-do everything that you had thought was important and usable. In testing server tester check/test the program and then transport it to Production Server. you have all the configuration in the Testing client. Thus the configuration is transported to the Unit Test client (180 in this example). You save it under a transport request and give your description to it.

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s representatives. for example this could be a text file. you need to prepare a QADB (Questions and Answer Data Base) questionnaire and send it to the client. you need to prepare AS-IS (which is a detailed list of the current business practices of the client) and then .When an issue comes diagnose.Primarily responsible for Handling tickets and application support to the endusers . Hence.Authorisations . in what order. in what file type.Responsible for any enhancements . he identifies the use cases and transforms them into logical and technical views. You need to map AS-IS process and TO_BE process.What should the report do when it encounters a problem eg what scenarios would constitute errors . 3) A business consultant will bring business process knowledge and provide it to functional consultant who in turn used this knowledge to configure the system. based on client's answers.does the report require running in test mode prior to a file being produced? What are the roles & responsibilities as a sap hr functional consultant As a Functional Consultant. one needs to first understand the business process of the client and then map it in SAP to accommodate those business processes. Test mode . What are the differences between a functional and business consultant? The difference between Functional consultant and Business consultant are as follows: 1) A funcitonal consultant is able to configure the system unlike business consultant.what should happen etc. 2) Functional consultant know more about business process unlike Business consultant.What fields are required to be output.Training the end users and preparing end user training material For those who wished to know the role of a functional consultant. or just out to the screen of the runner. In the Business Blueprint stage. you need to prepare TO-BE list ( procedure in SAP to match the client's business process). Then.Should the report check the 'runners' authorisations and tailor the output accordingly Output . Error handling . transforms the essence into an abstract and algorithmic business model. analyse and solve the issue .

It is not manpower that counts but intelligence. 4. 100. reporting system. dates and schedules. methodlogy. Before starting configuring future business processes in SAP.Sandbox. performing appropriately and the business flow is complete and correct. 700 to 710 Training.reacts in the manner according to the constraints of the requested use case. Functional consultant is expected to generate knowledge about the current business process. 5. I have seen people defining integration after mapping. design current business flows. The consultant documents the settings and prepares proper guidelines that allow other consultants to do further changes or repairs with due efforts. performing appropriately and the business flow is complete and correct.DEV would have multiple clients for ex: 190. Role of a Functional Consultant in an End To End Implementation 1. 3. in all we can say getting through with current business setup.Golden. gap analysis and configuration is done. . Everything configured has to be documented as per their categories in the form of predefined templates.Unit Test.PROD may have something like a 200 Production. End user manual and user training is also expected from F. team members. QAS and PROD. The main duty of a consultant is to transfer external know-how to the client. . Flow diagrams and DFD are prepared. a feeling for defects and general a common sense. working hours which have been predicided are working hours which have been predicided are formally defined. SAP Landscape is like a server system or like a layout of the servers or some may even call it the architecture of the servers viz.QAS may again have mutiple clients for ex: 300. study current business processes and its complication.Consultants. SAP is divided into three different lanscape DEV. During go live he assists the technical staff by testing the behaviour of the system. these have to be then approved by the team leads or who ever the consultant is reporting to. After go live he guarantees that the procedures remain usable and consistent in real live situation and proposes enh The consultant takes care that proper training is given to the users and that the system is usable.Integration Test. it is a simultaneous process. the DFD/ERD are prepared. The consultant takes care that proper training is given to the users and that the system is usable. Sometimes Functional consultants are also expected to prepare test scripts for testing the configured scenarios. 2. but as per my experience in implementation. . duties. responsibilities. . The project normally starts off with a Kick off meeting in which the team size. During go live he assists the technical staff by testing the behaviour of the system. After go live he guarantees that the procedures remain usable and consistent in real live situation and proposes enhancements. understanding of processes. all this forms the part of AS IS document. most of the time in Vision format. Mapping and GAP analysis is done for each module. 180. 6. which can be also siad as the result of mapping and gap analysis. this documentation is called TO BE.

Where SAP GUI have. In summary: Landscape : is the arrangement for the servers IDES : is purely for education purpose and is NOT INCLUDED in the landscape. just as it is in the Golden client.Where Database installed . Now upon a successful tranport by the Basis guy. A request will flow from Dev->Qual->Prod and not backwards.These names and numbers are the implementer's discreet on how they want it or they have been using in their previous implementations or how is the client's business scenario. you get a transport request pop up upon saving everytime.Where SAP Installed. Database Server . This is a configuration only client. Now whatever you do in the Sandbox doesn't affect the other servers or clients. Upon a satisfactory unit test. you RE-DO it in the golden client (remember. The incorrect or unsatisfactory configuration is corrected in Golden (may again as well be practised in the sandbox prior to Golden) and accordingly transported back to 180 (Unit Test) until the unit test affected by that particular config is satisfactory. Later it will deploy to client from production server. They organised their office in these three way. The Golden client remains the 'database' (if you wanna call it that) or you may rather call it the 'ultimate' reference client for all the good. DEVELOPMENT ---> QUALITY ----> PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT : is where the the consultants do the customization as per the company's requirement. this is a very neat and clean client and you cannot use it for rough usage). QUALITY : is where the core team members and other members test the customization. complete and final configuration that is being used in the implementation. It's a transaction only client where you perform the unit test. PRODUCTION : is where the live data of the company is recorded. Developer develop their program in Development server and then transport it to test server. Whenever you think you are satisfied with your configuration and you think you can use it moving forward. But in the Testing client you can not even access SPRO (Display IMG) screen. you move the good configuration to the next SERVER (DEV). Application Server . These three are landscape of any Company. The configuration remains in sync between these two clients. Presentaion Server. You don't run any transaction or even use the SAP Easy Access screen on the 100 (golden) client. As you re-do everything that you had thought was important and usable. In testing server tester check/test the program and then transport it to Production Server. you have all the configuration in the Testing client. Thus the configuration is transported to the Unit Test client (180 in this example). You save it under a transport request and give your description to it.

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