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Author's profile photo Prakhar Saxena

Functional Gap Transaction Type in SAP Solution Manager 7.1

There is a new add-on SAP has launched for Solution Manager i.e. ST-ICC 100 and with this add-on, a new transaction type has been delivered Solution Manager Functional Gap Transaction or SMFG to collect business requirements.

Below is the availability on SMP.

This is an excellent improvement enabling us to identify and record Gaps during Project Business Blueprinting and then we can have more efficient project management

Below is the system screenshot for standard transaction type from SPRO

We can customize it as per our requirements and thus enable customer to get more insights in closing business gaps.

This will definitely improve the blueprinting process for any customer as it is also linked to incident transaction type or Web GUI.

In addition, this is integrated into IT Service Management Webclient tightly for processing SMFG or functional gap messages.

Further you can check below link for more documentation on ICC

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      Author's profile photo Lluis Salvador Suarez
      Lluis Salvador Suarez

      Interesting  Prakhar, i read something about that some days ago but don't test it or search inside solution manager or try to use it because i don't use to much BBP inside solution manager.

      I got some links about that saved to "read later", get that to expand your post:


      SAP Innovation Control Center (with video)

      From SAP Insider

      I will try to find some time to test it, it's really interestgin on solma funcionality for manage  implementation of solution from solman.

      Thanks & Regards,


      Author's profile photo Prakhar Saxena
      Prakhar Saxena
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Lluis

      Thanks for reading...yes we are finding this a very interesting feature and more over this integrated to ITSM web gui so attract more audience.

      I hope more improvements are coming soon in other ALM areas as well. 🙂