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Is it possible to use the business scenarios/ business processes/process steps from one project as a basis for another project?

Hi everyone-

I am looking into if the following is possible in SAP Solution Manager 7.1:

If I create a project (Project A) by setting up the Business Scenario, Business Processes and Process Steps, is it possible to save this information somewhere so that I can use the same information for Project B? (where in Project B the majority of the information would be the same as Project A but some documents may change or be updated). And following that, use the information from Project B for a third project (Project C)?

Is there away to duplicate information for multiple projects and save that information to a central area?

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2015 at 01:54 AM

    Hi Kelsey,

    You can try creating a template project. The template project can be used as a reference for multiple implementations. Usually we make use of the same during global roll outs.

    Template Projects - Solution Manager - SCN Wiki

    Just go through this wiki link for more info

    Regards

    Aditya

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2015 at 08:29 AM

    Hello Kelsey

    incase you are doing a global rollout then template project can help as mentioned above

    But

    if you are not doing a rollout but requirement is a bit different you can still simply

    in solar01 of project B choose the source as Project option and then project A which will copy the entire structure as you want

    this should resolve and let me know for any further queries

    Thanks

    Prakhar

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