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Creating new Roadmaps


We have our own methodology and want to create our own roadmaps and use the Solution Manager for managing projects. I'm interested in any experiences with creating customer roadmaps and use of Solution Manager as a project managment tool.

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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 08:21 AM

    Hi Morten,

    In answer to your question, yes you can create your own Roadmap - by building it from scratch or by 'adapting' one of the standard Roadmaps and building furthermore.

    Please use RMDEF & RMAUTH transactions.

    On how exactly to use these, you can find enough information from Tutor files

    (1) [This|] provides you a good overview

    (2) [This|] file is about Roadmap Authoring - Construction

    (3) [This |]is about Roadmap Modification

    As regards use of SolMan as a Project Management tool, my personal view is (others may contest) - please use only if yours is a modest size implementation and not run as multi-stream, multi-geography, multi-phased programme.

    It will never be as nimble and user friendly for such heavily customised projects.

    More later.



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