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Xsteps and PI Sheet Customizing

Hi Guys,

Happy New Year to you all!

First off let me apologize in advance for creating an additional thread on a subject which has already been covered!

The reason for doing this is because I can't seem to find the full information I require.

I would like to setup a basic set of Xsteps and process instruction.

I've done quiet a lot of reading on the subject but can't seem to find a document or book which walks you through each phase from start to finish.

The system we are operating is ECC6 and doesn't contain any dummy data for me to practice on.

Does anybody have a user guide they could share?

As always guys your help is much appreciated.



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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 06:03 PM

    Hi Paul,

    I do not have any user guide for Xsteps. Please refer to SAP online help to under stand basics of Xsteps. CMXSV is the tcode to create Xstep repository. Arne's Xstep cafe blogs and webex recordings will help you to understand this functionality and pre configured templates to test Xsteps.

    PI sheets basics are Control recipe definition(O10C) where you define the postion of Process instructuon categories and layout of PI sheets, definition of filters to display PI sheets, Process instruction category definition(O12C) where the definition of PI sheet front end information with syntax and PI characteristics, Process message category where you defind message characteristics and assigning function module message destination(O13C) and message destinations where you define target fields and FM assignment and source to target field mapping(O03C). Also there are definition of Plant specific and client specific batch jobs for sending Control recipe to destination and process messages. Now I am totally into Discrete manufacturing and lost touch in PI sheets.



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