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PLM installation in a system landscape

Hi

We want to use PLM 4.0. We will use ECC 6.0 and CRM 5.0 and BW 3.5 and Netweaver 2004s. We can't decide whether install the PLM as an add-on on ECC 6.0 or Netweaver 2004s used for other purpose or install the PLM on a different Netweaver system as an standalone installation.

I'm waiting for your suggestions.

Best Regards..

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 01:06 PM

    Hi

    I assume you mean PPM 4.0 (cproject suite 4.0 and xRPM 4.0).

    There is slightly different functionality depending upon the installation. For example, installation on CRM 5.0 can give additional resource management functionality, on ECC 6.0 the links to R3 functionality is stronger.

    For cProjects the following information was available:-

    cProjects Stand-Alone on SAP NetWeaver 2004s - Enables you to use cProjects independent from your ERP release

    Restrictions: no groupware integration, no multilevel controlling (if no ECC 6.0 is available)

    cProjects installation on ERP 2005 (ECC 6.0) - Enables you to use cProjects integrated with your ERP system and lowers TCO

    Restrictions: no groupware integration, restrictions using WFM

    cProjects installation on CRM 5.0 - Enables you to use direct integration with CRM opportunity mgmt. (for Professional Services) and groupware integration

    xRPM 4.0 can be used with any of these options, if an SAP Enterprise Portal is used

    Technical information on cProjects is available using the following links:

    http://service.sap.com/pam http://service.sap.com/instguides

    http://service.sap.com/ppms

    Hope this helps

    regards Jo

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