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Import usage information to accelerate BPM implementation?

I remember reading about a way to automate the creation of BPM's business processes based on which tcodes are in use. But now I can't seem to find that documentation anywhere. Does this ring a bell with anyone, or am I dreaming?



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    Posted on Apr 26, 2011 at 05:06 PM

    Hello Sean,

    You can start checking note 784752.

    The specific training for this subject is SM300.

    Best regards,

    Guilherme Balbinot

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    • Hello Sean,

      the only thing really speeding up an (initial) BPMon implementation is the usage of the available template solution with selected pre-configured key figures. For more information read my blog "Business Process Monitoring - Template configuration available for download" at /people/volker.vongloeden/blog/2009/07/29/business-process-monitoring--template-configuration-available-for-download

      What you probably heard about is the functionality "Solution Documentation Assisatant" which allows to verify whether certain business processes are used or not according to the transaction usage and some other criteria. It helps to re-document processes. It does not necessarily speed up an BPMon implementation as the SoDocA works with processes in the project part of the SolMan. Those processes then have to copied to a solution and only then you configure BPMon.

      By the way, if you didn't hear about the latest available key figures for BPMon you can read my blog "New key figures for Business Process Monitoring in SAP Solution Manager, especially Lead Time measurements" at /people/volker.vongloeden/blog/2011/04/04/new-key-figures-for-business-process-monitoring-in-sap-solution-manager-especially-lead-time-measurements

      Best Regards


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