If you’re not completely familiar Promotion and Version Management, or you’d like to improve your understanding of ‘Best Practices’ around this topic, then please join me for an hours webinar on Thursday 23rd October.

As part of the BI 4.1 Upgrade Webinar events I will discuss, at a high level, the following topics:

High Level Architecture

  • Separation of environments
  • Version Management Architecture
  • Dedicated System for Promotion Management
  • Promotion Management Architecture

Promotion Management Best Practice

  • Promoting Content
  • Ad-hoc Content
  • Deleting
  • Connection Mapping
  • Lots more tips and advice

Register for this event, for free, at https://enablement.sapevents.com/

View the list of other webinars in the series at http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-56308 (including recordings to previously held webinars)

I have just one hour to cover a very large topic, but I will fill it with some great advice. It’s a must for anyone upgrading to BI4, especially those new to BI4. If you’re already familiar with BI4 and Promotion/Version Management, then you should still hope to see some great hints and tips.

Hope to see you then.

Matthew

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  1. Mike Saunders

    Hi Matthew,

    I’m a bit late to the party but watched the recording of this webinar this week!

    For the case where you add a Promotion Job to Version Management to also commit all objects in the job to the VMS, it would seem that this only works when you are running Promotion Management in Development? Checking in the Job only checks the child objects in on the local system?

    I can’t see that this nifty feature is going to be available if you have a separate Promotion recommended Management system or┬árun Promotion Management from your Production environment, both recommended as better options than using Development.

    Am I missing something?

    Many thanks,

    Mike

     

     

     

     

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