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Philip @Kisloff

Here’s a question I’ve been meaning to answer for a while – how easy is it to add steps to a BPMN diagram? Answer, very easy, so long as you don’t look at the Library

In this blog, I’m going to re-visit a blog I wrote last year about the folder structure in Solution Manager Process Management, and how it relates to the Standard Process Model. I feel have to

Having now experienced a bit of Solution Manager 7.2 for real, I’d like to share a few initial thoughts. It goes without saying this is a big improvement on the earlier 7.1 in terms of

I think business processes should be a reflection on the way the business has chosen to operate, rather than the technology used to implement it. Some processes will be linear, chronological and cumulative and some

This blog is part of a series on how to control document changes in Solution Manager. Here, I describe how to pull together the release strategy and custom attribute for Solution Manager documents with an

This blog is part of a series on how to control document changes in Solution Manager. Here, I describe how to configure a release strategy for the approval and subsequent release of documents. When creating

This blog is part of a series on how to control document changes in Solution Manager. Here, I will describe how to add a new attribute to a solution manager object using the Document Modelling

In this series of blogs, I’ll discuss a way it is possible to introduce change control for documents in Solution Manager. Good governance of project documentation is a fundamental underpinning of change control in regulated

At TechEd12 in Madrid, and with the added SAPPHIRE event, one of the most frequent questions I heard from people new to the event was “just what is SAP providing nowadays?” To anyone  immersed in

In Karthik SJ‘s insightful – but coy 😉 – blog about the problems of coordinating a common view of an enterprise’s business process Lost in Translation: Business to IT, a passage about the shortcomings of