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ERP 6.0 Sizing


I want to implement user based sizing but i don't know how to make it.

How i will make module based sizing? It is asking low, medium, high. Could you please explain it step by step? st03n doesnt

show me module based users.

CO-Users in Controlling-PEAK PER HOUR

FI-Users in Financial Transactions-PEAK PER HOUR

PA-Users in Personnel Administration-PEAK PER HOUR

PD-Users in Personnel Development-PEAK PER HOUR

LE-Users in Logistics Execution-PEAK PER HOUR

ALM/PM-Users in Asset Lifecycle Management-PEAK PER HOUR

MM-Users in Materials Management-PEAK PER HOUR

PP-Users in Production Planning-PEAK PER HOUR

PS-Users in Project Management-PEAK PER HOUR

QM-Users in Quality Management-PEAK PER HOUR

CS-Users in Customer Service-PEAK PER HOUR

SD-Users in Sales & Distribution-PEAK PER HOUR

BC-Users in Basis transactions-PEAK PER HOUR


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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 01:51 PM


    Check with your Security team if they maintained any user group or can differantiate users module wise.

    Table USR02 with field TRDAT will help you to get list of users logged in to perticuler day.

    it is really difficult to catogarize users modulewise in SAP system unless relevant data is manually maintained in user master record.


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