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hi sap gurus,

1. Can u explain what is support to the post implemented project.

2. User support activities means

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:15 AM


    After successful golive of the project,implementation team support the project for 2 months.that means once the system stabilised then they will come out of this phase.

    During this period lot more changes may happend according to the business that onle iplementation knows where to change that client will get quick resolution of any issue.

    User support activities are nothing but we need to help the user till they understand SAP system.

    Let me know if you more clarifications,.



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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:36 AM

    dear sabina

    Generally in support The ticket will be raised by the end user through Global help desk. That is end user mails/ calls the helpdesk and will inform the problem.. Help desk people will create the ticket and put it into the ticketing tool and assign it to the appropriate bucket. Afer that the team lead or the Module lead will assign the ticket to the team members. Then the team member will open the ticket and analyse the ticket. If the issue is analysed and you find that should need some configuration changes you need to update the same in the ticketing tool. Based on the companies documentation process we need to do all the documentation inclding the screen shots of the config changes.

    Generally it depends that in which landscape we need to check. Take an example that if end user has the issue like He has raised the SO but it is not properly updating in the LIS where as other SO are updating properly. Here in this scenario the user is talking about some particular Sales Order. So you need to start analyzing the issue by going to that sales order. So if we need to see that sales order means we need to go for production system,.

    If we need to go for config changes, we need to do the config changes in client 'y' of the development system ( take a scenario that i have the land scape of development server with two clients like x, y and quality with client x and production with X) and transport it to the client X and do the testing. If every thing is Ok then transport it to the Qualitty server and test it. Here these testing documents in quality has to send to the enduser for his approval (UAT - User Acceptance Test). After getting the approval from the end user you can transport it to the production.

    After that you need to close the Ticket in the ticketing tool.

    Salient Features In Support Project:

    Providing support to the post implementation project

    Resolving all user related issues

    Creating reports using ABAP Queries as per the customer requirements

    Creation of new sales offices in SAP system

    Set up new sales areas

    Creation of New Sales Order types, Delivery types and Billing Types for new Plant

    Basic support on Sales activities related to sales order processing delivery and billing

    Updating the number ranges during the year end

    Providing training as per the users manual

    Support Responsibilities:

    Resolved SD related Tickets that are received from users.

    Handled tickets within the agreed service level agreement.

    User training - SD Module.

    Reports have been created with Info-structures and ABAP queries as per requirements.

    Made necessary configuration changes and tested whenever needed.

    Developing systems to meet Customers Requirements.

    Inter-department co-ordination for SAP related activities.

    Updating & Monitoring of Master data in SAP.

    Migrated data into SAP whenever needed from legacy system

    rewards if it helps


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