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Content INTRODUCTION & CONCEPT FEATURES Page 1 Jan 2011 SIS .

Page 2 Jan 2011 SIS . hostname of SAP Servers.0 SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 7.Introduction The objective of this document is to provide <Customer> with all technical details of their SAP infrastructure in this single document including SAP architecture. SAP landscape.0 SAP Enterprise Portal (EP) 7. transport strategy & network requirements. file systems of SAP servers. IP addresses.0 SAP Business Intelligence (BI) 7. This document has been prepared with the current implementation of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 6.0 SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) 7. bill of material. Client Management. SID (System ID) of SAP Servers. SAN storage distribution.0 The database will be <DB > & Operating System will be <OS> for all the Servers. hardware details.

Page 3 Jan 2011 SIS .1 Introduction to SAP Architecture SAP Architecture consists of three layers as described below. The application logic modules can reside on one centralized host machine or be distributed over several physical host machines. Presentation Layer This is where users of the SAP R/3 System submit input to the SAP R/3 System for the processing of business transactions. An Application Instance is identified by a 2-digit number. On the desktop level. SAPGUI for HTML & Portal. R/3 offers a user-friendly graphical interface called SAPGUI for Windows. For FEWA Development & Quality Servers application layers are on single hosts for each product however Production Servers are distributed over several physical hosts. This component is represented by an application instance. Application Layer The application layer is a logically independent component residing at the host operating system level.

Contract Accounting.To better understand the functionality of application layer in relation of <Customer> the below diagram shows few of the core modules of SAP ERP. Preventive Maintenance. internal order budget. Service procurement. Cost distribution. inventory management planning. Energy Data Management. Billing and Invoicing. Asset accounting. physical inventory & Analytics) Human Capital Management (HCM for Recruitment & planning. Breakdown Maintenance. Customer Service) Page 4 Jan 2011 SIS . Analytics) Materials Management (MM for Procurement process. training. travel management) Plant Maintenance (Maintenance Planning. Payroll & time management. Employee events & processes. like Finance & Costing (Finance for Account payable. Analytics) Costing (Costing for Cost booking. Account receivable. Maintenance Execution) Industry Solutions Utilities (Device Management (Meters).

SAP ERP Modules FI FI AM IS HR QM CO WF PM MM PS PS SD SD PP PP Business Processes Data in various Tables at Database layer Page 5 Jan 2011 SIS .Integration of SAP Modules as Business Processes Integration of the modules within SAP as business processes is shown below.

Figure 1 – Core Modules of ERP for <Customer> FI MM R/3 PM HCM Client / Server ABAP/4 IS-U CO Page 6 Jan 2011 SIS .

Below is a graphical representative of the three layers of SAP architecture for <Customer> Page 7 Jan 2011 SIS . An R/3 database is identified by a 3character ID which is typically same as the R/3 System ID.Database Layer On the database level. R/3 exclusively uses relational database systems like Oracle. For <Customer> we are using Oracle as the database.

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High level Solution Overview This paragraph shows high level solution overview of SAP System landscape at Page 10 Jan 2011 SIS .

Enterprise portal for e-services & ESS-MSS. SRM for tendering. Page 11 Jan 2011 SIS . Real time pricing. commercial & industrial bill generation. Material Management. Human Capital Management     & Plant Maintenance.  CRM for customer information & customer management. BI for reports. Consumer billing. Device Management. FI-CA.<Customer> plans to use the below modules & components of SAP  SAP ERP for Finance & Controlling. IS Utilities for Energy Data Management.

CONCEPT Page 12 Jan 2011 SIS .

USING SAP SOLUTION MANAGER IN A PROJECT Page 13 Jan 2011 SIS .

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