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cut over plan draft

hi experts

what is the cut over plan draft and please send me documentation on it.i have to prepare this draft plese send to this mail id

krishnagiri.gp@gmail.com

thanks

guru

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 10:12 AM

    hai,

    Cut over plan means, fixation of date to upload the existing data into SAP. For example client wants to update all the transaction balance as on 31.10.2007. But they will update oct transactions in the month of nov 01st to 15th.

    So client will give all opening balance as on 15th but effect from 31.10.2007. So they need to update 15days transaction in SAP(i.e 01.11.2007 onwards) simultaneously they want to complete 15 days transaction in their existing system also.

    award points if you are convienced.

    govind.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 10:49 AM

    A Cutover plan is a list of tasks that need to be performed in order for a project to go live.

    This is used in implementations and upgrades.

    Normall kind of things are apply transports. Update authorizations. Perform Data Migration.

    Re set GL information

    Make the system set to Productive.

    Hope this helps, please award points if this is useful.

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