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testing methodologies in sap

hi guys,

where do i get information about testing methodologies and what tools we use and which stage we use testing methodologies in sap, can anyone throw some light on this guys thank u.

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Hi Chakri,

AcceleratedSAP (ASAP) methodology is proven, repeatable and successful approach to implement SAP solutions across industries and customer environments. It provides content, tools and expertise from thousands of successful implementations.

The tools available for AcceleratedSAP are:

- The <b>Project Estimator</b>, an internal SAP tool which enables SAP consultants to accurately gauge the required resources, the costs and the time frame of implementation. The Project Estimator takes into account the project scope and several project and risk factors.

- The <b>Concept Check Tool</b>, a tool enabling you to carry out quality checks on the project preparation, technical infrastructure and R/3 configuration settings. This is done mainly during the first two implementation phases of the R/3 project. In this way you are alerted to potential data volume and configuration conflicts that could lead to performance issues if not addressed.

- The <b>Implementation Assistant</b>: The ASAP navigation tool that accompanies you through the five phases of implementation down to the task level. It includes a description and a detailed “how-to” for each task in the Roadmap. Along with that, many tools, templates and documents are hyperlinked to the task. The Implementation Assistant contains the following elements:

- <b>ASAP Implementation Roadmap and Project Plan</b>. The Roadmap contains the five phases, from which you can drill down into work packages, activities and tasks. The Project Plan contains three components, a budget plan, a resource plan and a work plan.

For further information on ASAP, please check this links.

http://www.geocities.com/rmtiwari/main.html?http://www.geocities.com/rmtiwari/Resources/Management/ASAP_Links.html

http://www.sap-basis-abap.com/sapgeneral/what-is-asap.htm

http://training.saptechies.com/category/sap-asap-documentation/

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Ferry Lianto

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