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Discover what ANST Tool can do in #SAPMM Purchasing [VIDEO]

Hello Everybody,

From MM Product Support are glad to present this KBA (http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/2245466) with the idea of use ANST tool in a more efficient way, not only for customers but for support engineers as well, in resolution of MM issues.

As you may know, with ANST tool you can get a solution or key tips to solve a reproducible problem. You only need to specify the program, transaction or any other possible options available and start the issue replication process. Once the issue is replicated, it will generate a trace that is grouped based on SAP application components which encompasses all the ABAP objects used/executed during the replication. Once the trace is generated, you have options: search missing notes, customer code, customizing tables, and relevant object for debugging process.

In this KBA you will find 2 videos showing how to use ANST tool in the resolution of real cases. The first one is related to the resolution of a real case issue due to custom implementations and the scenario of the second video shows a wrong behavior and how ANST tool finds relevant note missing in system. (FYI, we recommend use Google Chrome to watch the videos, we’re facing some problems with IE in full screen mode).

We expect this helps to introduce the usage of this useful tool.

Thanks and Regards!

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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 02:54 PM

    Excellent quality work Alfredo!. I'm glad to see how ANST can be applied to solve issue for different areas as it is the case of MM.

    Already today, I have discovered another one: This time for SRM:

    2250904Analysis of SRM Cases Using ANST [VIDEO]

    Direct link:

    http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/2250904

    Cheers,

    Carlos.

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