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APO Main points - Check list

Dear all,

Hope you are doing great! :o)

I'm afraid to come with this silly question, but I have been recently mooved to the APO team within my work. As my knoledge are quite shorts, I'm trying to catch up as fast as I can, with all documents I can find, but it would be a huge help for my, if you could let me know a list of items which I should specially looking at, in both ECC and APO.

As far as I can see, first step will be to setup all Master Data in both systems, creating an integration model, so we can CIF the data from one system to another.

My concerns are more dedicated to configuration. Please do excuse myself, as I do understand that this request may be much more complex to resume in a few lines, but just as a bigging and those things that you, gurus, think that I should be specially aware.

I have been serching and already have some points on my notebook, but all your help will be more than appreciated.

Kind regards and many thanks in advance,

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 08:14 PM

    Estimado señor,

    With respect to configuration, SAP 'Best Practices' provides some useful guides. In most implementations, where APO is connected to ECC, the main foundations are Connectivity and Data Replication

    http://help.sap.com/bp_scmv250/BBLibrary/Documentation/B02_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    http://help.sap.com/bp_scmv250/BBLibrary/Documentation/B05_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    Beyond that, it depends on which APO modules are installed. Other SCM (APO is part of SCM) Config guides are available at

    http://help.sap.com/bp_scmv250/BBLibrary/HTML/BBLibrary_EN_DE.htm

    If your company is a partner or customer of SAP, there are also some opportunities in the SAP Support Portal. I don't know what your role will be, but there are some nice documents in BP for Solution Operations. Scroll right to the SAP solutions pull-down and select 'SCM'.

    http://service.sap.com/~sapidb/011000358700005273182001E

    Saludos cordiales

    DB49

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