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Phase
QCQC
Develop System Test Plans / Develop System Test Plans / 
Establish QA EnvironmentEstablish QA Environment
BaselineBaseline
ConfigurationConfiguration Final ConfigurationFinal Configuration IntegrationIntegration
Workflow, ABAP,Workflow, ABAP,
Conversions and InterfaceConversions and Interface Prog Prog..
Enhancements, Reports, Forms,Enhancements, Reports, Forms,
User Roles, ArchivingUser Roles, Archiving
Establish Production Establish Production 
EnvironmentEnvironment
 
 
 
„ The purpose of the Develop System Test Plans work package is to define technical and performance 
plans. 
„ The system test plans defined here will be conducted during phase four on the actual production 
system hardware, devices, and network. However, initial testing and verification of the test plans 
should begin earlier in the development or quality assurance systems during phase three. 
„ The purpose of the Establish Quality Assurance Environment work package is to install and set up 
the quality assurance system for integration testing. 
„ The purpose of the Establish Production Environment work package is to install and set up the 
production system for productive operation. 
„ For local rollout projects, as part of a global implementation project, the Global Solution Package 
will be used to set up this environment. Please refer to the task Getting Familiar with Global 
Solution Package in phase one of the Rollout Roadmap. 
 
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Define Production
System Design
Define Productive
System Management
Set Up Production
Environment
Develop System
Test Plans
Establish System
Administration
Functions
Set Up Production Environment
Establish Service Level Commitment
System QA and Production Work Packages
Verify data used in
the initial hardware
disk-sizing estimates
for the production
system
Phase 2 
Business Blueprint
RealizationRealization
Set Up Quality Assurance Environment
 
 
 
„ The preparation from the Business Blueprint phase for developing the system environment can now 
be put into practice. 
„ System administration functions are, for example: client copy function, transport system, and 
functions for backup and recovery. 
„ Important tests are for example: failure tests, stress tests, and testing of fax and printing devices. 
„ Useful accelerators for this topic can be found in the ASAP Roadmap documentation. Examples: 
y Volume Test Plan / Stress Test Plan 
y Ready-to-Run R/3 in SAPNet 
y SAP System Administration Made Easy Guidebook 
 
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Phase 3: Realization - Work Packages (3)
Project ManagementProject Management
Organizational Change ManagementOrganizational Change Management
Training in the Realization PhaseTraining in the Realization Phase
QCQC
Develop System Test Plans / Develop System Test Plans / 
Establish QA EnvironmentEstablish QA Environment
BaselineBaseline
ConfigurationConfiguration Final ConfigurationFinal Configuration IntegrationIntegration
Workflow, ABAP,Workflow, ABAP,
Conversions and InterfaceConversions and Interface Prog Prog..
Enhancements, Reports, Forms,Enhancements, Reports, Forms,
User Roles, ArchivingUser Roles, Archiving
Establish Production Establish Production 
EnvironmentEnvironment
 
 
 
„ The purpose of the Baseline Configuration work package is to configure and confirm settings from 
the Baseline Scope for scenarios, processes, and functions. 
„ During the Business Blueprint phase, the Identify Baseline Scope task divides relevant business and 
process requirements into two main blocks. The Baseline block comprises the priority requirements 
of the company, ensuring that they can be implemented quickly. 
„ During baseline configuration, work on processes can be configured without programming or 
enhancements. Requirements that need programming or enhancements to the SAP system are 
addressed in separate work packages in the Realization Phase. 
„ The Final configuration is an iterative process in which you set up your business requirements. You 
confirm that all your business requirements are met in the R/3 System. To make configuration easier, 
create two or more cycles. Each cycle, based on the value chains in the enterprise, includes the 
functions and processes you need. Depending on the scope of implementation, create an appropriate 
number of cycles (cycle 1, cycle 2 through to cycle n). Configure these cycles sequentially. 
„ The Final configuration is a transformation process that expands the Baseline solution, defined 
during the Business Blueprint and Baseline configuration, through cycles (1 to n) resulting in a 
solution that satisfies all stated business requirements. 
 
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Activities
Develop Plans for Baseline Configuration
Configure Initial Settings and Organizational Structure
Configure and Validate Baseline
Prepare Baseline Confirmation
Perform Baseline Confirmation
n Directory Structure and Naming Conventions
n Sample Configuration Plan for Baseline
n Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT)
n Testing Strategy White Paper
Baseline Configuration and Confirmation
Accelerators:
RealizationRealization
 
 
 
„ The purpose of the Baseline Configuration and Confirmation work package is to refine the 
Baseline Scope from phase 2, to determine the baseline test cases, and create the Project IMG in the 
R/3 System. 
„ In baseline configuration one first needs to change general settings and organizational structures in 
the System. Only once this is completed can you then configure the business processes in the 
Baseline configuration and the Final configuration. 
 
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Goal, Content, and Tools of Configuration
A fully configured, tested and signed off system
Tools/Accel-
erators
Content
Goal
BaselineBaseline Config Config.. 
and Confirmationand Confirmation
Final ConfigurationFinal Configuration
and Confirmationand Confirmation
ABAP, A-R-I-C-E, Forms and ArchivingABAP, A-R-I-C-E, Forms and Archiving
FinalFinal
Integration TestIntegration Test
Implementation AssistantImplementation Assistant
\u2022 Business Blueprint
\u2022 Master Lists and associated Worksheets
\u2022 Templates
Test Scenarios
BPPs - Unit Test
R/3R/3
\u2022 IMG
\u2022 Documentation
\u2022 Transportation
Optional: \u2022Case Procedures
\u2022Final Integration Test Procedures
RealizationRealization
 
 
 
„ The objective of Realization Phase is the implementation of the system as specified by the Business 
Blueprint, its overall test, release and documentation. 
„ The configuration is realized in two Work Packages: 
y Baseline Configuration and Confirmation (planning, implementation, test, and release) 
y Final Configuration and Confirmation (planning, implementation, test, and release). 
„ In order to do the Final Integration Test, you must also plan, realize, and test all relevant interfaces, 
system enhancements, and so on. The Business Process Master List (BPML) is the central tool to 
properly plan and document Realization. Supporting documents, which provide the additional detail 
to actually carry out configuration and testing, are produced using templates (accelerators) designed 
for this purpose. The BPML is generated from the Q&Adb. 
 
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Tasks
SAP
Reference
IMG
Generate Project IMG
 Accelerators:
Sample Scope Document
Working with Project IMGs
ASAP IMG-Link
Data Scope Views Member Status
Country
Define Project Name
Cross-ReferenceDoc. type TransportationKeywords
Don't Generate Project IMG
IMG Link
Manually
IMG Link
Develop Plans for Baseline Configuration
Business
Blueprint
Business
Blueprint
 
 
 
„ The purpose of this task is to generate the