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What is Technical design Document specification(TDDS) ? What's the use in Implementation?

Hi SAP Experts, Can you any one help on the below quarries? 1)What is Technical design Document specification? What's the use in Implementation? 2)What is requirement Specification? Requirement catalog? what the difference between in the both? Please help on above quarries, i swill really appreciate u............ Thanks& Regards, Vasu
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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2013 at 06:47 PM


    Requirement Specification normally we call it as Function Specification "FS" this come into picture when Report or Enhancement , Forms has to be developed as per the customer requirement.

    For Example client wants to see report all clock in/out Absences & Number of working in one report .

    Now for the above requirement you have create a Requirement Specification in detailed

    Like Clock in/out to be read from IT2011 and Absences can read from IT2001

    and number of workings you get from IT2011 Clock out -(minus) Clock in is number of workings.

    So this will be a base for the Technical person to develop a report.

    Once Technical person Completes the report he has to fill the "Technical design document specification " and explain each and every step how he have written the code which Function module he have used . This Document will help further if there is any change the requirement other person can address this and change it easily .


    Raja Sekhar

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