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by ASAP to determine the project management standards and procedures. 
In the same work package, open the activity Define Implementation Standards 
and Procedures. You can now view the procedure and steps recommended by 
ASAP to determine the implementation standards and procedures. 
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2-6 ASAP provides an in-depth white paper on testing strategies. 
ASAP recommends the following types of testing: 
\u2022 Unit testing 
\u2022 Scenario testing 
\u2022 Development testing 
\u2022 Integration testing 
\u2022 Technical system testing 
\u2022 Performance testing 
In the Implementation Assistant [IA]: 
\u2192 Open the Project Preparation phase in the Implementation Roadmap 
\u2192 Open the Project Procedures work package 
\u2192 Open the Define Implementation Standards and Procedures activity 
\u2192 Open the task Define Testing Strategies 
The Testing Strategy White Paper appears on the Links tab page on the lower 
right screen area. Double-click this document to display it. 
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Unit: Implementation Roadmap 
Topic: Phase 2: Business Blueprint 
3-1 The purpose of this activity is to conduct project team training for team members so 
that they obtain functional and technical knowledge of the R/3 System. This course 
enables the project team to start to match their business requirements with R/3 
functions during the Business Blueprint phase. 
3-2 The course can take place either at the customer site or at an SAP training center. 
Additional means of training to supplement core training are currently being 
developed and will be available in the future. 
3-3 See the exercise description. 
3-4-1 Q&Adb 
3-4-2 Organizational Structure Workshop 
In the Implementation Assistant [IA]: 
\u2192 Open the Roadmap by clicking the ! icon. Call up ValueSAP - 
Implementation and Implementation Roadmap 
\u2192 Open the Business Blueprint phase 
\u2192 Open the work package Organizational Structure Definition 
\u2192 Open the activity Define Business Organization Structure 
3-4-3 In the Q&Adb 
3-5-1 Business Process Workshop 
3-5-2 In the Implementation Assistant [IA]: 
 \u2192 Open the Business Blueprint phase 
 \u2192 Open the work package Business Process Definition 
 \u2192 Open the activity Prepare for Business Process Workshops 
3-5-3 In the Q&Adb 
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3-5-4 In the Q&Adb: 
 \u2192 Open the SAP Reference Structure 
 \u2192 Open the Business Processes structure item 
\u2192 Open the enterprise area Sales and Distribution by choosing the ! icon 
\u2192 Open the node Sales Order Processing: Make/Assembly To Order by 
choosing the ! icon (scenario) 
\u2192 Select the Sales order process group 
\u2192 Open the context menu (right mouse click) 
\u2192 Select Set in scope 
Repeat these steps for the process groups Shipping and Billing in the same 
3-6 In the Q&Adb: 
\u2192 In the Q&Adb, choose View in the menu bar 
\u2192 Select By owner 
If owners are set, the corresponding structure items are displayed. 
3-7-1 In the Q&Adb: 
\u2192 In the Q&Adb, go to the Business Processes node as described in 
solution 3-5-2 
\u2192 Open the enterprise area Sales & Distribution node by choosing the ! 
\u2192 Open the node Sales Order Processing: Make/Assembly to Order by 
choosing the ! icon 
\u2192 Open the Shipping node by choosing the ! icon 
\u2192 Choose Delivery Processing 
\u2192 Select the Business Analysis tab page under Associated items: ... on the 
right screen area 
\u2192 Choose Questions under the column Item name 
\u2192 Double-click the Answered field. Enter the results of the workshop for 
each question. 
Choose OK, to close the Answer Question dialog box. The number of 
questions answered appears under the Answered column on the upper right 
screen area. 
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3-7-2 To record the findings of the detailed requirements workshop for the CI 
template, follow the first six steps described in solution 3-7-1. On the 
Business Analysis tab page, select CI template. 
 Fill out the Description field for the two areas described in the exercise. 
Save your entries and close the dialog box. 
3-8-1 In the Q&Adb, you can assign a business owner or consultant as the person 
responsible for business processes or other structure items. 
3-9 You use a Functional Specification to perform a technical analysis. 
3-10-1 The following reports are available: 
Business Blueprint - detailed documentation of the results gathered during 
the requirements workshops 
Master Lists - documentation of the business processes, general settings, 
master data and transactions defined in the project scope 
3-10-2 \u2192 In the Q&Adb, choose Reports in the menu bar 
\u2192 Choose Business Blueprint and Business processes and generate the 
 document without making any further entries. 
\u2192 Choose Master lists and Business Process Master List and generate the 
 document without making any further entries. 
The files in the Q&Adb can be found under the Reports structure item. 
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Unit: Implementation Roadmap 
Topic: Phase 3: Realization 
4-1-1 The master lists are the tools used to manage, monitor and drive the 
configuration, confirmation, and integration process. Specifically, the 
BPML acts as the central repository and contains all the R/3 business 
processes and transactions that represent the scope of the project. 
Worksheets can be generated within the BPML, to specify sequence, and to 
schedule and assign responsibility for the work involved. 
4-1-2 The key inputs used to manage, control and drive the configuration and 
confirmation process are the worksheets derived from the master lists. The 
master lists reflect the information defined in the Business Blueprint 
document generated in Phase 2. The Business Blueprint contains all the 
business requirements that were defined in the Q&Adb along with project 
4-2 ASAP recommends dividing configuration into two areas: Baseline and Final 
Baseline configuration uses a functional approach to configure the system. During 
Baseline configuration, you work on processes that can be configured without using 
programming or enhancements. 
Final configuration uses a process approach that refines the configuration to the 
business process. Final configuration must reflect how you run your business. Final 
configuration should be divided into four cycles. Each cycle builds on the other, 
providing continuous refinement throughout the Final configuration. What you 
learn in the initial configuration cycle can affect subsequent cycles. 
4-3-1 The responsibilities assigned in the baseline scope apply to the 
configuration expert, the writer and the tester. 
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4-4-1 ASAP provides an accelerator called Cycle Concept and Group Definition 
Checklist, which provides in-depth information about the configuration 
cycle concept. You can determine what cycle to assign your configuration to 
using the criteria taken from the following configuration cycle concept 
\u2022 Cycle 1 - Tune the configuration to the business process for master data 
and high-priority basic transactions. (This cycle is intended primarily for 
transferring baseline knowledge between consultants and customer 
- Examples: Creation of sales areas, G/L account codes, factory 
calendars, and customer matchcodes 
- High-priority master data: Material master records, vendor master 
records, customer master records, initial inventory stock. 
- High-priority basic transactions: Create Sales Order, Create 
Purchase Order, Create Production Order and Apply Customer 
\u2022 Cycle 2 - Complete the tuning of the configuration and business 
processes for master data and basic transactions. As you progress into 
Cycle 2, you