Get More Out of SAP Landscape Management, Part 6: How to Create and Execute a Custom Process
In this series of blog posts, I would like to take you on a voyage of discovery and show you what is possible with SAP Landscape Management. Each blog post focuses on a specific topic and contains a video in which we present selected functionalities, partly visualized and partly in the form of a demo.
You can find a list of all topics covered in our overview post.
In this post, you will learn what a custom process is and how you can use it to define and run your own processes in SAP Landscape Management.
Video – SAP Landscape Management: How to Create and Execute a Custom Process
The following video explains the term “custom process” and shows you how to create it in SAP Landscape Management, using an example. It clarifies the following questions:
- What is a custom process?
- How can I define and execute my own processes in SAP Landscape Management?
Discover the enhancement possibilities
For more information about how you can extend SAP Landscape Management, visit our SAP Help Portal site or go directly to:
Automation Studio – Explore what options exist.
Custom Processes – Learn all about custom processes.
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