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SAP Solution Manager Expert Knowledge WIKIs provide you comprehensive processes details from a functional perspective:

Process Management
Test Suite
Project Management
Business Process Operations
Application Operations
Data Volume Management
Change Control Management
IT Service Management
Custom Code Management
Landscape Management (incl. Maintenance Tools: Maintenance Planner and Maintenance Optimizer)

For turnkey solutions based on SAP Solution Manager, refer to the Focused Solutions WIKI.

For cross topics such as how to setup SAP Solution Manager or how to do the content activation in 7.2, refer to the General Topics WIKIGetting Started WIKI or the SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Content Activation WIKI.

For SAP Cloud Application Lifecycle Management, refer to SAP Cloud ALM (login to SAP Support Portal required).

You can access the Expert Knowledge WIKIs also by clicking on the specific process / functional area in the graphic below.


Portfolio to Project Requirements to Deploy Detect to Correct Request to Fulfill WIKI Process Management WIKI Test Suite WIKI Project Management WIKI Business Process Operations WIKI Application Operations WIKI Data Volume Management WIKI ITSM and ChaRM WIKI ITSM and ChaRM WIKI Custom Code Management WIKI Landscape Management - Maintenance Tools: Maintenance Planner and Maintenance Optimizer

The graphic is structured along four key value chains and its ten corresponding processes (functional areas). Each value chain explains the contexts of its processes from an end-to-end perspective, addressing a “core competencies” level of information. On “expert competencies” level the processes are explained more deeply from a functional perspective, in the listed processes WIKIs above.

The 4 key value chains

  • Portfolio to Project (P2P) to drive the portfolio of projects and balance business initiatives and their business value against IT capacity, skills and timelines
  • Requirement to Deploy (R2D) to build what the business needs, when it needs it with measured business outcome
  • Detect to Correct (D2C) to anticipate and resolve production problems
  • Request to Fulfill (R2F) to catalog, request and fulfill services

The value chains and its processes are supported by SAP Solution Manager 7.2 to manage the “business of IT” fully aligned with business demand.

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      this link is broken


      Instant Access to SAP Solution Manager Expert Knowledge


      its opening this same page

      Author's profile photo Jorge Weiss
      Jorge Weiss

      Hi Mohammad,

      try to click on top of the scenario in the image above to jump to the related Wiki.



      Author's profile photo F. Lelieveld
      F. Lelieveld

      Links do not work in all browser versions (not in IE 8 anyway). But when working (viewed it with Chrome now) it sure is helpful.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member



      Thank you. Information is to the point.


      Kind Rgds,

      Ashwin Mane

      Author's profile photo Ingo Pfeiffer
      Ingo Pfeiffer

      Hi Barbara

      I wonder where the process "Requirements Management" ended up?? It is still part of the Learning Maps, but it disappeared from the Support-page under left-side menu "Processes"?

      It is neither part of you picture merging the four value chains with the process-coverage...

      Thanks for clarification

      Best rgds - Ingo


      Author's profile photo Barbara Buchholz
      Barbara Buchholz
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Ingo,

      Requirements Management is highly integrated with project planning in Project & Portfolio Management and with Change Request Management.

      For more information, see our  SAP Solution Manager 7.2  Media Center > Functional Areas Project Management and Change Control Management.

      You may also access the Application Help for Requirements Management.

      Best regards, Barbara

      Author's profile photo Mike Peace
      Mike Peace

      Where can I find the Implementation Effort Estimator?

      Thanks in advance!

      Mike Peace