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Hello

Hi SD Professionals,

Please let me know the importance of Relization part in Road Map and also what are the main functions the we do in 1.Base line configuration. 2. Final configuration. 3. Unit testing phase. 4.Integration Testing Phase.

Thanks n Regards,

BABU.

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    Aug 13, 2007 at 01:33 PM

    The purpose of Phase 3 is to configure the R/3 System, in order to have an integrated and documented solution which fulfills your business process requirements.

    In this phase, configuration of your system is carried out in two steps: Baseline and Final Configuration. The Baseline configuration is designed to configure about 80% of your daily business transactions and all of your master data, and organizational structure. The remaining configuration is done in process-oriented cycles. After this, data transfer programs, as well as interfaces, need to be tested.

    ealization phase is further can be sub divided into

    1} baseline configuration

    2}final configuration phase

    3)unit testing phase

    4}integration testing and

    BASELINE CONFIGURATION

    The time period or phase in a ASAP methodology SAP implementation project when the system is set up with 100% of master data and organizational structure and 80% of the business process requirements of the organization implementing the sap system.

    Here you consider al those business process transactions identified in the BPML and performing the configuration. The base line configuration is such that all mission critical processes are implemented in the r/3 system and offers a solid foundation for the final configuration. The baseline phase also requires you to create process test plans.

    FINAL CONFIGURATION

    the business requirements that are not included in the baseline phase are which is out of the scope of the project are completed.

    Business proessess that have already been configured during the baseline phase will be refined during this phase of final configuration.

    <b> BASELINE PHASE</b>

    INTEGRATION TEST PHASE

    in this phase we will perform tests on cross modular processes or those processes that involve more than one module of sap to complete.

    INTEGRATION PHASE TEST 1

    CONCENTRATES ON THOSE TRANSACTIONS WHICH INVOLE A DATA LOW FROM ONE MODULE TO ANOTHER IN THE BUSINESS PROCESS FLOW.

    INTEGRATION TEST PHASE 2

    EXECUTE BACK TO BACK PROCESSES ASIF THE ENTIRE PROCESS WAS ENTIRELY IN ONE MODULE.<b></b>

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    Oct 26, 2007 at 12:36 PM

    Babu,

    The realization phase plays very vital role. what ever you have configured i.e like base line configuration then unit testing 1 , if u find gaps or process deviations then you have to bridge those gaps by doing required configuration i.e final configuration by considering business requirements which was not considered earlier or there may new requirement. Hence after final configuration again go for unit testing if ok then integration testing, rigorus testing and finally performance testing.

    So all the testing scenarios will be the realizaton stage. Hence this is very importatant

    Regards,

    Veeresh babu manasali

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    Oct 26, 2007 at 02:53 PM

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