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Where to "attach" Business Process Procedure Documentation in SOL MAN proj.

Could someone suggest the best place (level (business scenario, business process, buisiness process step) and tab) to place Business process procedures Documentation as it relates to a Global Template Project in Solution Manager. I'm thinking the level (business scenario, business process, buisiness process step) 'depends" on the documentation content, but the tab will always be the "Training" tab. if anyone has other thoughts, please share.

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  • Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 02:47 PM

    Hi Rod,

    A good question!

    Refering to SAP Standard there are 3 alternatives depending on your requirements.

    1. Training Materials

    There you should store documentation for traning purposes. Should be a must if you want to use the functionality of creating eLearning material.

    2. Project Documentation

    There you should store project specific documentation (usually for new projects generated from templates).

    3. General Documentation

    There you should store general information in template projects you want to provide to other projects.

    I guess this is your requirement. Please take care of the documentation type while uploading or creating the documents.

    Because some are "relevant for blueprint" and some not. That is depending upon the definitions made by the transaction SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN for the documentation types. If a documentation type is relevant for blueprint you can secure the documents against changes generally for this template project if required. This is an option you usually use after all work on a global template project is finished. In the transaction SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN you can protect structure and business blueprint documentation of your template project by setting the protection option in the tap "scope".

    I hope this is enough information to make a decision.

    Best regards,

    Adelbert

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