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V1.470 October 2004 English

H33: Configuration Product Design and EngineeringBuilding Block Installation Guide

SAP AG Neurottstr. 16 69190 Walldorf Germany

SAP Best Practices

H33 Configuration Product Design & Engineering: Installation Guide

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ContentsH33: Configuration Product Design and Engineering: Installation Guide..........................................5 1 Purpose....................................................................................................................................5 2 Preparation...............................................................................................................................6 .2.1 Essential Information (Building Block J00) ........................................................................6 .2.2 Basic Documentation for High Tech and Industrial Machinery & Components (Building Block E00) ...............................................................................................................................6 .2.3 Prerequisites.....................................................................................................................6 .2.4 Uploading the Installation Role..........................................................................................7 3 Requesting the Installation Status.............................................................................................7 4 Installation.................................................................................................................................8 .4.1 Logistics - General.............................................................................................................8 .4.2 Controlling.......................................................................................................................10 .4.3 Document Management...................................................................................................11 .4.4 Project System................................................................................................................12 .4.5 Supersession...................................................................................................................14 .4.6 Sales and Distribution......................................................................................................15 .4.7 Optional: Workflow Settings.............................................................................................19 5 Setting the Installation Status..................................................................................................36

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H33: Configuration Product Design and Engineering: Installation Guide1 PurposeThe Scenario Installation Guide provides you with the information you need to set up your business scenario. It forms the backbone of the installation documentation, because it summarizes which building blocks you need to implement for this scenario, and specifies the predefined configuration sequence you have to follow for all building blocks. Note that the installation documentation for SAP Best Practices business scenarios is structured on two levels: Scenario Installation Guide: one document for a business scenario Building Block Installation Guide: one document for a building block, but several documents for a scenario installation

For the installation of each building block, refer to the corresponding Building Block Installation Guide where you can find detailed installation procedures of this building block. If you are not familiar working with BC Sets or other configuration tools, refer to the section on SAP Best Practices tools document Essential Information. For detailed procedures on how to manually set up the configuration of a building block, refer to the corresponding configuration guide.

Always use the Scenario Installation Guide (this document) as the starting point for all your installation activities. For a successful installation of the entire scenario, it is important that: You follow the building block sequence in the scenario installation guide from the first to the very last configuration activity You carry out all of the configuration activities for a building block before you start installing the next building block

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.2.1 Essential Information (Building Block J00)Essential Information explains the concept of building block installations and gives detailed instructions on how to use the automated configuration tools, such as BC Sets, CATT procedures or the handling of user roles. A profound understanding of the concepts and tools used in the installation process is important for a successful installation.

ProcedureRead the documentation of the document Essential Information (building block J00).

ResultYou have gained an understanding of how to install solutions using building blocks. You know how to use the tools for automated configuration and data import processes, and how to import user roles.

.2.2 Basic Documentation for High Tech and Industrial Machinery & Components (Building Block E00) UseThe basic documentation of E00 is only used for High Tech and Industrial Machinery & Components.

.2.3 PrerequisitesThe following building blocks form the basis for all mySAP All-in-One High Tech and Industrial Machinery and Components solutions. You only have to install these building blocks once. Building Blocks Baseline Building Blocks (Layer 0) J02 - Organizational Structure J03 - Financial Accounting J04 - Sales and Distribution J05 - Materials Management J08 - Cost/Profit Center Accounting J06 - Production Planning and Control J07 - Quality Management Comme