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Solution Manager 7.2 comes with a new solution documentation and with Fiori. Test management wasn’t available in the ramp up SP’s. With SP3, test management is back. I want to show you, what it looks like and how easy it is to implement test management, especially when you can get a best practice package for solution documentation from SAP.

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Step 1: Import Best Practices Package into your solution

You can import Best Practices content provided by SAP into your solution:

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After some minutes, your new solution documentation will be available in your solution.

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Now you can see the complete Best Practice documentation in your solution:

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Actually it is much more than that: there is documentation, configuration, transactions, diagrams etc.

Step 2: Create test plan


The idea of creating test plans, test packages and sequences hasn’t changed, it just looks different. Create a test plan and make some settings:

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Then you select the required test cases from your solution documentation. This can be test documents or transactions (make sure you select the required option in ‘Settings’ above).

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You can create a test sequence if necessary, if not you can proceed with the creation of test packages.

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For the test package, you again select the test cases you want and you assign testers to the package. After saving the package, you are ready to test.

Step 3: Testing

The testers receive emails as soon as they are due for a test (activate workflow for this!). They can logon, run the tests from their worklist and document the test.

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  1. Ashishkumar Banker

    Hello Martina,

    Really helpful document.

    Can you help me, how to get best practice content for ERP processes. As I am only able to see S/4 HANA best practice content here.

    Regards,

    Ashish

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      1. Ashishkumar Banker

        Hello Martina,

        I was referring Standard process management document. You can check attached images.

        So is there any provision in SM 7.2 for BPR replacement or similar functionalities.

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        Regards,

        Ashish

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