Probably anyone who will read this post (at least those people working as an SAP consultant) will already use SAP Service Marketplace (http://service.sap.com) to search for a SAP OSS note whenever you are looking for a solution for a bug, short dump, BSP error, process related problem and so on. Now, that’s fine. As I participate in SAP Project implementations, but also work a lot as an SAP Support Consultant I regularly have to search for a SAP OSS note. This post is about techniques I use to actually FIND the relevant OSS note, and this in a time-efficient manner. Now, don’t underestimate the effect of being able to find the right OSS note. Continue reading »
Before I explain the details, let me first give you just a short use-case WHY you would want to do this?
Before a project Go-Live, the functional SAP CRM consultants have adapted screens to the requirements of the end-users, meaning based on the business input, you have made certain screen configurations , and made certain assignment blocks visible or not, you have defined whether they should be shown collapsed or opened direct on loading of the business object. Continue reading »
Let me first start with the following question: Why in God’s name would someone be interested in this kind of information in the first place? Well –let me tell you that whenever you encounter a certain “bug” in your system (especially the type where you have an issue for a specific user –that is using the same SAP CRM business role –has the same authorizations, and you are trying to figure out what is going on – you are struggling to find a solution – you are looking for the needle in the haystack) than at this point the information below “might” be very relevant for you. Continue reading »
I assume you already have an understanding about how you can create an SQVI Query..
For those people that have not used this powerful tool before, I "ll demonstrate this with an example. In chapter 2 I will next demonstrate how you can actually share your personal made SQVI query with your colleagues! Continue reading »
I think the below video, created by Tzanko Stefanov (SAP) is pretty useful if you want to see the New AET tool (Application enhancement Tool) in action. Continue reading »