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Store Documentation regarding basis operations


I want to use Solution Manager to store documentation regarding system administration procedures. Could you guide me to achieve this?

Thanks in advance for your time.

Best regards,

Daniel Garrido

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  • Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 10:00 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    You can use transaction SOLAR01, SOLAR02. But before you need to create project for documents assignment.


    Artem Ivashkin

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      I agree with the others. I've seen an End-to-End Process called Plan to Support

      In SOLAR01 you can have a structure something like the following:

      Scenario: PTS-001 Harware Management

      - Process: PTS-001-001 Printer Management

      -- Process Steps: PTS-001-001-001 Printer Management Step 1

      -- Process Steps: PTS-001-001-002 Printer Management Step 2

      -- Process Steps: PTS-001-001-003 Printer Management Step 3

      Scenario: PTS-002 Security Management

      - Process: PTS-002-001 Role Management

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-001-001 Role Management Step 1

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-001-002 Role Management Step 2

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-001-003 Role Management Step 3

      - Process: PTS-002-002 User Management

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-002-001 User Management Step 1

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-002-002 User Management Step 2

      -- Process Steps: PTS-002-002-003 User Management Step 3

      Once the documents are stroed here they can be linked other places in SolMan, like on the workcenter tabs. But it's good to have your processes formally documented in SOLAR01.

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