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hello sd guru's,

can any one give me any information on CUT OVER STRATEGIES, pls help me out..

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  • Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 04:18 AM

    Dear David Paul

    Cutover strategy depends upon how the organizations design their data load strategies. Normally, you decide the sequence of Data loads for Configuration settings, Master data, Transaction data which follows whom and then you make a copy of the system as a Production system a day before and after checking the successful data loads, you go-live 100% or partial again depending upon organizational setup and policies.

    Cutover planning is highly site specific. There's no thumb rule. The stock data as on the date of going live should be correctly entered. But stock being a highly dynamic quantity, the strategy for loading should be crystal clear. Then you have to load all the back dated transaction on the stock. Some stock comes into your plant/storage location as return and some stock is actually delivered to your customer through sales orders of various kinds.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 04:27 AM

    Hi David,

    Cutover planning is how we make sure that the legacy data the client had before implementing SAP would be transferred into SAP.

    At the end of Phase 4 of ASAP methodology ie Final Preparation for Go Live, it is necessary to refine and validate the cutover plans generated in the Realization phase. Among other things, this includes tasks such as the reviewing of the runtime of test runs to estimate runtime for the complete data size. A conversion checklist for transporting all changes into the productive system is provided for all the configuration settings to be imported.

    At this stage, it is important to verify that required tasks have been successfully completed, for example, that the technical environment is in place, the cutover programs are ready and the application data is verified. Approval is now sought from project management and company senior management to start the cutover process.

    Here you can also refer to the Data Transfer Made Easy Guidebook created especially for this purpose. It is located in the Knowledge Corner of the ASAP CD.

    Hope it answers your query.

    regards

    sadhu kishore

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