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1.What is the out put of blueprint.2.what is the meaning of backjobs?

Hi friends can anybody help me to find the answer of the below 2 questions.I'll be obliged.With regards

Kartik

1.what is the meaning of backjobs?

2) What is the out put of a blueprint.

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi there,

None of the ASAP methodology tools are standard or common across the companies.

Basing on the business blu print & the requirements in the BRD (Business Requirement Doc) you will 1st analyse the feasibility of the development. That is you will see wheather you will be able to fulfill the requirement. If yes how. This can usually be done in any MS word or Power Point doc. There you will present your understanding of the requirement. Then the business gives a signoff (approval) on that.

Basing on the analysis doc, you will propose your design. This is again in a MS word or PPT. Here you will propose your design like how are going to acheive the development or config. You will also propose alternative designs giving pros & cons of each alternative. Before you release your design doc, you will have to work with ABAPer if there is any custom development needed. You will again present the design to the business for their signoff. Once you have the design signoff, you will proceed with your development or configs.

At each state in the project, you will have a signoff.

Also remember that not all companies follow ASAP. Companies have their own methodology which will over lap with the ASAP at some points.

Regards,

Sivanand

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