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Difference between Business service, Business system and Business process

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Can anyone tell me the difference between Business service, Business system and Business process?

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Harikumar. S

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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:02 AM
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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:10 AM

    Hi

    Business process - BPM - integration process (Based on the integration process created in the IR, we will create Business process in ID)

    Business system - usually R3 system

    (In general if we know all the details of the system we will declare in SLD with all particulars based on the Technical system)

    Business Service - like FTP folder or other third party app

    (If we don't know all the particulars still we can configure the scenario directly declaring in ID i.e business service)

    I hope this will make answer your question

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    --- prasad

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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:12 AM

    Hi,

    <b>Business system</b>

    It is a logical system from a business point of view.

    One or more logical systems that belong together from a business point of view is called a group of Business system group. A business system group represents a unit within a company or organization that can be defined according to legal, economic, administrative or geographic factors.

    The objects in a business system group are uniquely identified by a uniform numbering system.

    <b>Business process</b>

    Business procedure within an enterprise that uses resources and can involve activites from a number of different cost centers in a controlling area.

    When executing a business process, activities can be utilized for several cost centers of a controlling area.

    <b>Business service</b>

    ItÂ’s a third party system.

    All these belong to a Business Scenario which is

    Description of the flow of business processes according to a business typology. A business scenario represents a template for a business process, which runs within a particular area of a company process. All processes required to completely process the task are listed in chronological order in the scenario. Business scenarios can be described graphically, in either aggregated or detailed form (EPC). Example: Direct sale to industrial recipient

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    AK

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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:14 AM

    HI Harikumar,

    Business process - BPM - integration process.

    for Business service and business system go through this thread,

    advantage and diff btw Business service n business system

    Thanks,

    Maheshwari.

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  • Mar 29, 2007 at 11:02 AM

    Hi,

    business process - BPM - integration process

    Business system - usually R3 system

    Business Service - like FTP folder or other third party app

    Regards,

    michal

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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:03 AM

    Check this thread......

    difference-between-business-system-and-business-se

    Business Process represents your Integration Process which is defined in IR.

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    Mar 29, 2007 at 11:41 AM

    To add more....

    <b>Business System</b>

    <b>Technical Systems</b> (can normally be thought of as a physical system, such as a SAP server) and <b>Business Systems</b> (derived from the related technical system, such as a specific SAP client used for a particular business purpose). The combination of these two provides the landscape to which XI will have connectivity with.

    <b>Business Systems in XI are the conceptual representation of a logical system, such as a specific client on a SAP server or a 3rd Party payroll application. Business Systems in the Integration Builder become the partners that exchange message information</b>.

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