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What is the difference between lso_psv1 and psv1 ?

Hi All,

What is the difference between psv1 and lso_psv1 transaction code in LSO ?

And pv02 and lso_pv02 ?

And what's the difference between training and event management and TEM in LSO ?

Please share your experiences. Thanks for your time in advance.

Regards,

Anil Kumar.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 12:52 PM

    NOTE 953832

    For TEM users, if you currently have employees registering for

    training using the (ITS-based) ESS service, this will no longer be

    supported in ERP releases after ERP 6.0. Registration for training must

    be carried out via the Learning Portal, which must be implemented in

    order to enable online registrations.

    Some TEM transactions have been modified in the Learning Solution,

    although they use the same configuration as TEM. For example, the

    Participant Menu in TEM is transaction PSV1. In LSO, it is transaction

    LSO_PSV1. Customers should be aware of this when implementing Learning

    Solution, since the LSO transactions access additional objects not a

    part of the original TEM. If customers have modified the TEM

    transactions, then the implementation of LSO must also ensure that these

    enhancements are created on the new LSO transactions, and not the old

    TEM ones that will no longer be supported.

    Edited by: Barin Desai on Dec 21, 2007 6:22 PM

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