7137_TSCM_52-2ª_parte_(24)
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installed as indicated on the 
right under \u201cSAP Product Reference Structure\u201d. 
\u2022 The structure items selected as in scope can then be transferred from the SAP Product 
Reference Structure to the SAP Project Reference Structure (from right to left) and processed in 
the Q&Adb. 
 
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Scoping
 Edit
...
Project scope
...
Set in scope
...
3 Structure Item D
2 Structure Item B
2 Structure Item C
SAP Reference Structure
1 Structure Item A
3 Structure Item E
SAP Reference Structure
1 Structure Item A
2 Structure Item C
3 Structure Item E
View Reports
 
 
 
„ Before you begin answering questions, decide which structure items are valid and appropriate for 
your business. Setting these items In Scope delimits the information gathering of the Q&Adb to your 
specific business. 
„ Any one or all hierarchy items can be set in scope by right-clicking on that item in the tree view and 
choosing Set in scope. 
„ In Scope areas appear in yellow for easy identification. 
„ In Scope status can be removed from individual hierarchy items as necessary by clicking the checked 
Set in scope menu item. 
„ If you would like to see only the items in scope, choose View-> Project scope. 
 
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Set Owner
SAP Reference Structure
1 Structure Item
2 Structure Item
3 Structure Item
Business Owner
Select Owner
Consultant
 
 
 
„ An Owner is person who is responsible for one or many Structure items on different levels. 
„ You can assign an owner from the customer\u2019s project team and/or a consultant to each structure item. 
You can: 
\u2022 Generate View by Owner 
This view displays only the structure items assigned to a particular owner. For example, you can 
display structure items for which you are the owner or for which you have assigned a particular 
team member as owner. 
\u2022 Use the Owner report option 
This means that only those structure items that are assigned to you or to one of your team 
members are included in the report. 
\u2022 Include the name of the owner for each structure item in your report 
„ Setting ownership ensures that a warning message appears if a user changes a structure item which is 
assigned to another owner. 
 
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Issues Database
Details Details PriorityPriority, , Status, Project phase,Status, Project phase,
 Responsible Responsible
Action Item Prority, ResolutionAction Item Prority, Resolution
Effort Category, Planned, Actual,Effort Category, Planned, Actual,
 Remainung Remainung
Documents MS-XL, MS-Word, MS-PPDocuments MS-XL, MS-Word, MS-PP
All All by Classificationby Classification
All by Project PhaseAll by Project Phase
AllAll Issues Issues
Closed IssuesClosed Issues
........
Issue Editor and DocumentationIssue Editor and DocumentationOpen IssuesOpen IssuesUnsolvedUnsolved
ProblemsProblems
Edit View Reports
Administrative
Issues
All Issues
Current View
ListingListing in in
EXCEL EXCEL TableTable
 
 
 
„ The Issues substructure helps the project management team to record, monitor, and manage open 
questions or unforeseen problems that arise during implementation. Issues may hinder project 
progress or even jeopardize its success if a solution is not found. They may have an impact on the 
project scope, budget, timeline, and resources. 
„ When you log on, the system informs you of any outstanding issues for which you are responsible. 
You can choose to go directly to your open issues. The system will also display a message telling 
you if you have been informed about an issue. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Business Strategy
2 General Enterprise Strategy
2 Markets
2 Procurement Strategy
SAP Reference Structure
1 Business Strategy Question
Project Documentation
Business Analysis Status
Business 
Blueprint 
Business 
Blueprint 
 
 
 
„ In this substructure, you can gather information on your enterprise\u2019s general business strategy. Using 
questions and customer input templates, you are able to, for example, analyze your business strategy, 
describe your corporate culture and give details of your competitive and market position. The 
information you enter here is of strategic importance to your enterprise and essential for mapping 
your enterprise specific requirements to the SAP System. 
 
 
 
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mySAP.com
SAP Reference Structure
1 mySAP.com
2 Workplace
3 Buy Side
2 The Marketplace
3 Sell Side
Question
CI Template
Project Documentation
Business Analysis Status
Business 
Blueprint 
Business 
Blueprint 
 
 
 
„ In the mySAP.com substructure, you can analyze and document how to implement your SAP 
Internet solution in your enterprise. The questions and CI templates contained here focus on the 
Workplace and the Marketplace. The project documentation stored in this substructure provide 
guidelines for successfully implementing mySAP.com. 
„ Customer Input (CI) templates exist for all structure items. Using these templates you can document 
and analyze the main areas of the mySAP.com substructure. The information you enter here is 
essential for drawing up your Business Blueprint. 
 
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Organizational Structure
SAP Reference Structure
1 Organization
2 Procurement....
3 Company Code
2 Cross-application....
3 Controlling Area ...
Business Analysis
Question
CI Template
Project Documentation
SAP Documentation
IDES Documentation
Status
Information
Business 
Blueprint 
Business 
Blueprint 
 
 
 
„ The Organization structure level contains items that describe the system organization structure in 
which framework the SAP system is configured. In the Q&Adb, questionnaires facilitate gathering 
requirements on the company\u2019s structure and processes that allow an initial mapping of the 
company\u2019s business to a proposed SAP organizational structure. The answers to the questions form 
part of the Business Blueprint. 
„ The second level contains the available enterprise areas (e.g. Sales and Distribution). It is not 
recommended that you change or enhance this level of the organization structure. 
„ A third level further defines the organization (e.g. Sales area data). 
 
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 UsersUsers
 IssuesIssues
 StatusStatus
 Master listsMaster lists
 BPMLBPML
OSLOSL
DLDL
ALAL
 Business BlueprintBusiness Blueprint-
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-
 mySAPmySAP.com.com-
Reports (Business Organization Structure)
Edit View Reports
 Business strategyBusiness strategy
 Scope documentScope document
 ReportsReports
-
Scope document
Business strategy
mySAP.com
Business Blueprint
All
KPI
Organizational structure
General settings
Master data
Business processes
Cross-application
components
User roles
Training and
documentation
Development
Master lists
Organizational Structure
List
Business Process Master
List
Development List
Authorization List
Status Report
Administrative
Issues
-
-
Business
Blueprint 
Business
Blueprint 
 
 
 
„ Reports allows you to display project documentation in different forms, and creates a report structure 
in the Q&Adb. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Phase 2: Business Blueprint - Work Packages