What does configuration/customization mean in SAP?

What Does Configuration/customization Mean In SAP?

During the Realization phase of a SAP implementation the project team will configure the SAP environment to meet the requirements defined during Blueprint.  Configuration can take many forms and many of them from SAP’s perspective are not considered “modifications” though the line is somewhat gray on occasion.  The various types of configuration include:

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How to Analysie workflow problems

How To Analysie Workflow Problems

This article contains transactions and techniques that will help you nderstand and analyze your workflow problems.

Transaction SWUD

SWUD is the diagnosis transaction. This will guide you through the fault  finding process. The check-list order is determined dynamically according to:

a) your workflow definition and

b) the statistics of the most common mistakes made when

creating/activating a workflow.

The testbed, provides a launchpad for tests to ensure that your workflow definition is rugged enough for the production environment. It also allows you to access the tasks, subflows, object types, delegated object  types and agent assignments directly, without going through the workflow builder first. (Foreground tasks with no agent assignment are marked in red from release 4.5 onwards). This list is also useful as a catalogue of the components of workflow for documentation or transport purposes.

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What is SAP ERP

What Is SAP ERP

The SAP ERP application is an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software manufactured by SAP AG that targets business software requirements of midsize and large organizations in all industries and sectors. It allows for open communication within and between all company functions.

Overview

SAP stands for Systems, Applications and Products. It uses the concept of modules (“individual programs that can be purchased, installed, and run separately, but that all extract data from the common database”).SAP AG, the company that provides the enterprise resource planning solution has upgraded the package and lauched it as SAP ECC 6.0 in 2005. ECC stands for Enterprise Central Component. The purpose of positioning it as ECC is to enable SAP to build and develop an environment of other products that can function upon the foundation of the central component.

SAP’s ERP solution includes several modules that support key functional areas – some of them are –

* SAP ERP Financials
* SAP ERP Logistics
* SAP ERP Human Resource Management

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