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SEM documentation for BPS

Hello Everyone,

I am starting a newbie in SEM and my client wants me to learn and get a feel of it before he can start me off on that. I do not have access to service market place and also the documentation on is not very clear. If someone can send me the presentations across I would greatly appreciate it.

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2004 at 09:25 PM

    Hi Amit, is the best resource you can ever get for any SAP module. is better for most of the topics in SEM BPS. Since you are a newbie, i think it will be good for you.


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    • Hello Amit,

      In order to understand the BPS you should have some basic knowledge about the BW. BPS stores its data in BW InfoCubes and uses BW master data etc.

      There is a quite low level introduction into the main features of the BPS that can be found in the NetWeaver 04 rampup material. Use and look for SAP NetWeaver04. Look for BW 3.5 and the use the learning map for solution consultant.

      Why is the material to be found at the BW site but not a SEM site? With BW 3.5 the BPS was moved from the SEM to the BW and is now called BW-BPS. The underlying technology and main principles remain the same thus it makes sense to read an introduction to the BW-BPS in order to learn about SEM-BPS.

      Best regards,

      Gerd Schoeffl

      SAP NetWeaver RIG BI

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