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Solman Project/Solution Top Node Customization


Can anyone kindly advice if it is possible to customize the top level directory structure for a project/solution in solman?

By default, the top nodes that we get are

  • Configuration
  • Org Units
  • Master Data
  • Business Scenarios
  • Interface Scenarios
  • Systems
  • Servers

We would like to add another top level node called Custom Development Library (CDL). Is that possible? (to document RICEF). We want to create the sub nodes under CDL as reports, conversions etc. and then R0001, R0002 etc under that.

Thank you in advance.


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    Posted on Feb 22, 2013 at 02:38 AM

    Hi Salai,

    you cant do thiis.

    These are Sap soluton manager standard 3 level sementics for business process management , you must create your project structure align with this sementics ie. Business Scenario -> Business Process -> Business Process step

    create CDL under business scenario and proceed to add document,



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      Hi Salai,

      We are using ARIS - SOLMAN too.

      For the developments that you want its not a problem to create separate Scenario ( directory ).

      And inside this you can create

      • Business Process = R0001, R0002 etc ..
      • Now in this business processes you can link the real Business scenario/process/step

      To add business process as link stand on it right click copy, then insert as shorcut.

      Rg Dan

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