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Transition to SAP Intelligent Asset Management with ERP and S/4HANA

Transition to SAP Intelligent Asset Management with ERP and S/4HANA - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Are you an existing ERP customer? Do you want a fast way to improve your user experience as well as the performance of your assets? We can help you enrich the value of your existing ERP system, while establishing the foundation for a smoother and aligned upgrade to SAP S/4HANA - with SAP Intelligent Asset Management. For more information, see www.sap.com/iam Loading... Loading... Working... Original link Original author: SAP Technology

New Versions of SAP Cloud SDK: 2.19.0 for Java, 1.5.0 for JavaScript, and v21 of Continuous Delivery Toolkit

We have released new versions of the SAP Cloud SDK . In detail, the following components are now available in new versions: In this blog post, we will walk you through the highlights of these releases. For a complete overview, visit our release notes for the Java libraries , for the JavaScript libraries , and for the continuous delivery toolkit . The release notes also include the change log of all our releases so far. At the end of the article , you will find a set of instructions on how to update to the new versions. This week, we hosted the first community call for the SAP Cloud SDK. This series is open to everyone. Each monthly call features the latest news about the SAP Cloud SDK as well as deep dives into specific topics, as explained in this blog post . Register here for the next sessions in this...

Good to Know: How to identify the missing code when you send an ECC materials to C4C

Hello everyone, In this blog post, I explain to you, how to identify the missing code when you send an ECC materials to C4C and get the error “Missing type of quantity” appears in the monitoring of messages from the C4C web service. We refer to the note KBN 2497803. Check the details in this link (Maybe you need SAP S-User): http://2497803 – Error Message ‘Quantity type is missing’ While Replication of Materials We cover the Solution for Cause 2: Verify the code list mapping, resolve the issues and restart the failed message. To make it easier to understand i will split the blog in three parts: Part One: Sending the material from ECC to C4C Part Two: Check out the material in C4C Part Three: How to find the code missing and resolve the issue in C4C Now, get to work… Note: It is assume that the connection between ECC...

CDS Views – Back-end Tables & App component details

Hi All, This blog post  provides the back end information of CDS views both Standard & Customised.  It can be helpful for people who are working on CDS views in S4 HANA Systems and  who wants to know the in and out details of specific CDS Views.   Introduction : Now a days  ECC R3 systems are migrating to S4 hana and most of the sap systems are currently running based on Hana as back end data base. If we are working on S4HANA we must have came across CDS views Concepts.   What is CDS : The data of an application is distributed across several database tables. Using ABAP CDS views, you can rearrange the table fields according to application-specific needs from the ABAP source code of your implementation. A CDS view is defined for existing database tables and views, or for other CDS views in ABAP Dictionary, using the...

#sitWAW: Call for speakers. Visit the city!

Skip to Content Event Information Follow RSS feed Like 0 Likes 13 Views 0 Comments Have you ever been in Warsaw? If you know the city, probably you can easily identify objects on the #sitWAW logo. If not, the event is good opportunity to share your experience and to visit: Warsaw Barbican , National Stadium , Wilanowski Palace , St. John’s Archcathedral , Świętokrzyski Bridge , Royal Castle , Sigismund’s Column , Palace of Culture and Science , Mermaid of Warsaw and many others. Register as a speaker and have great time in Warsaw during the weekend of 21.09.2019 /br Bartek   More information about SAP Community Events you can find here: https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/events Original link Original author: SAP Blogs - The Best Run Businesses Run SAP

How to start with Application Operations: SysMon in SAP Solution Manager 7.2

With the next update for the SAP Support Backbone communication at the end of 2019, customers have to ensure their SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Support Package Stack is on level 7 or higher. Every update includes a technical and a business downtime for the SAP Solution Manager system itself which gives customers the opportunity to think about new SAP Solution Manager functionalities beside already used scenarios like Change Control Management, Test Suite, Process Management or IT Service Management. Compared to the former SAP Solution Manager Release 7.1, Application Operations in SAP Solution Manager 7.2 was totally redesigned from a user interface perspective: In SAP Solution Manager Release 7.2 we are using Fiori dashboards to visualize monitoring applications like System-, Job- or Interface channel and connection monitoring. The technical framework behind: the monitoring & alerting infrastructure (MAI) is the same we used in 7.1 or 7.2 Support Package Stacks below SPS7. So...

What is a Customer Data Platform?

Customer Data Platforms have been on the rise in the CRM market in terms of a set of capabilities to manage customer data. This article takes a look at this emerging customer need. CDP as a sub-domain of CRM To put it simply, the Customer Data Platform (CDP) is an emerging sub-domain of CRM. The need for a centralised set of services, KPI’s and decision support tooling for omni-channel customer operations has been on the rise for a few years, taking various forms, and sometimes demanding more than is currently available from existing customer data management toolsets in the Identity and Marketing domains. Given the changes in customer behaviour in terms of online brand engagement and transactions, and the resulting changes to the usage of the customer records in traditional CRM systems, the need for this defined product category has emerged as somewhere to bundle all these requirements and desired capabilities,...

Infusing RPA with Machine Learning: A Powerful Medley

by Ivona Crnoja and Pierre Col Robotic Process Automation or RPA is probably this years’ most hyped term in the digital world – as you would say in France: RPA is currently “en vogue”. And that’s for a good reason. RPA is an innovative technology, automating business processes using software robots, that perform tedious and repetitive tasks – error susceptibility equals zero. Imagine the magic! Thanks to robots the human employee does no longer have to waste time on nerve-wrecking, time-consuming and manual activities. The result is relieved and happy employees, with extra time for tasks that really matter, improved work results, adding an extra pinch of value to your employees’ daily hustle. No wonder, RPA has already proven to be an intelligent and efficient driver to push digital transformation in enterprises, by increasing productivity, reducing cost, and ultimately leading to revenue and business growth. Hence, RPA is more than just...

Linear Regression in Machine Learning

This blog will explain Linear Regression algorithm, a way to achieve Data modeling (fourth step in CRISP-DM model) CRISP-DM: Cross Industry Standard Process for Data Mining provides a structured approach to planning a data mining project. This model is an idealized sequence of below mentioned events: Business UnderstandingData UnderstandingData PreparationData ModelingModel EvaluationModel Deployment Data Modeling uses machine learning algorithms, in which machine learns from the data. It is like the way humans learn from their experience. Machine Learning models are classified in two categories: Supervised learning method: This method has historical data with labels. Regression and Classification algorithms fall under this category.Unsupervised learning methods: No pre-defined labels are assigned to historical data. Clustering algorithms fall under this category. For example, predicting the performance of a company in terms of revenue based on history data is a regression problem and classifying if a person is likely to default loan or not is...

Some Thoughts About ERP: The Devil Is Not so Black as It Is Painted

Under the pressure of such a keen interest in enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, I decided to share my impressions. Let’s try to understand who, why, and for how much money needs the ERP, whether it is necessary to regulate something, and where is that flexibility that ERP supposedly does not have. When SAP, as Wikipedia informs us , took the first steps in 1972 what was its first main function? Yes, accounting and payroll. And still these days, many organizations start their SAP journey with the aim of improving accounting. Everything is relatively clear here. What does any company do? The company makes money. That is, everything that happens is reflected in financial records. The new money came – we paid the bill. Raw materials arrived – new products left the warehouse. This scheme is known since the XIII century when Italians started to use it, long before SAP. When...