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"Case use" technique for SAP ERP implementation?

Hello all,

has anyone used "case use" technique for SAP implementation? I mean for standard process, not only developing.

Any recommendation about it?

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Adolfo

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 11:30 PM

    It would be helpful to go through the help document of ASAP Methodology.

    The following information may clarify some doubts/requirements you have.

    Generating the Project IMG through ASAP:

    After you have set the project scope, the next step is to generate the Project IMG. From the Business Process Master List (BPML), you can directly access the IMG activities relevant for configuring each process.

    BPML: The Business Process Master List, along with the Business Blueprint, is a key result of the second phase of the Roadmap. Microsoft Excel tables contain the SAP scenarios, process groups, and processes that have been set in scope in the SAP Reference Structure, and are crucial for configuring your SAP System. In Realization, the third phase of the Roadmap, the BPML provides the basis for monitoring and steering test activities and for configuring your SAP System. It contains the titles of the structure items, and displays the status, the owner, links to documentation and links to the SAP System. Amongst other things, the BPML allows you to:

    1) Set your baseline and final scope. These are used for baseline and final configuration.

    2) Access the Project IMG and specific IMG activities assigned to structure items.

    3) Access integration test plans, which help you carry out all required integration tests.

    The Prerequisite is you have set the project scope.

    Process Flow to use the Business Blueprint as a basis for configuring your SAP System:

    1) Set the project scope.

    2) Generate the Project IMG.

    3) Generate the BPML.

    4) From a specific processes in the BPML, you can go to the relevant IMG activities and make Customizing settings.

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