A blueprint is the primary functional design document. It is like the blueprint plan before constructing a building. Other IT practices call it Functional Design Document, High level Design document etc. However it is customary in SAP to always call this primary functional design document as ‘Blueprint’. A blueprint will involve
- Primary High Level Design Approach
- Identify Interfaces
- Identify In-scope and Out-of-scope items
Blueprints are typically documented based on initial workshops conducted with the user community and extensive interviews held with the key user groups. Each functional area will have a single or a sub-set of blueprint documents. For example, the FI/CO functional area will have one or more blueprint documents depending on the size and breadth of the project. After the completion of the blueprint documents the business users review these documents thoroughly and get back to the functional consultant with changes if any. Once approved, blueprints stand as the gold standard through the course of the project execution.
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This template document is a sample SAP SD ( Sales & Distribution ) blueprint
This template document is a sample SAP MM ( Materials Management )
This template document is a sample SAP PP ( Production Planning ) blueprint
This template document is a sample SAP SD Maintenance Project blueprint.
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