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MDM204 Using SAP NetWeaver MDM for Global Chart of Accounts

Contributing Speaker Manolis (Emmanuel) Anagnostou Global Information Systems Lead Developer, Whirlpool Corporation

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Learning Objectives As a result of this workshop, you will be able to:

Learn how to utilize MDM to manage the Chart of Accounts Learn tips on how to import the Chart of Accounts data from Excel spreadsheets Learn tips on how to syndicate the Chart of Accounts data to R/3 Clients Gain understanding of the MDM Business Package and how to apply it to create the portal presentation

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Designing the CoA Repository Importing the Data Syndicating the Data Business Package for the Portal

Existing State of Affairs

R/3 R/3

FI/CO FI/CO

Asia

R/3

R/3

FI/CO FI/CO

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Future State of Affairs

R/3

R/3

FI/CO

FI/CO

MDM

Asia

R/3

R/3

FI/CO

FI/CO

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Architecture: Data Flow

R/3

Europe

ID

Business User

OC

R/3

C

CoAExcel MDM Import Syndication

XMLXI

ID

ASIA

OIDO C

R/3

MDM RepositoryC IDO

South America

R/3 North America

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All Accounts in Excel Spreadsheet

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Architecture: Database

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MDM Console

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Designing the CoA Repository Importing the Data Syndicating the Data Business Package for the Portal

Import Process Roadmap for loading data to the repository:

Load Lookup Tables Use the Data Manager import functionality for simple tables

Load Main Table Load Qualified Lookup Tables Use sub menus for more functionality

Use and save the import maps for future use

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MDM Import Map: Chart_of_Accounts

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MDM Import Map: Company_Accounts (1 of 2)

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MDM Import Map: Company_Accounts (2 of 2)

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MDM Import Map: Cost_Elements

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MDM Import Map: Multilingual Data

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Designing the CoA Repository Importing the Data Syndicating the Data Business Package for the Portal

Syndication Process Roadmap for syndicating dataDefine remote system. Define separate ports for each mapping. Create the syndication maps Utilize a Ready to Syndicate switch.

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Syndication Process Flow for the Chart of Accounts

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MDM Syndication Map: Chart_of_Account (1 of 2)

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MDM Syndication Map: Chart_of_Account (2 of 2)

Multilingual

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MDM Syndication Map: Company_Accounts

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MDM Syndication Map: Cost_Elements

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Designing the CoA Repository Importing the Data Syndicating the Data Business Package for the Portal

MDM Business Package: Templates

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MDM Business Package: Portal Presentation

Text Search

PickLists Search

PickLists Search

Search States

Result Set

Item Details

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Summary Designing the MDM RepositoryStudy the existing data to understand data relationships. Keep the new design simple & functional.

Importing the dataBreak down the import into several steps. For simple lookup tables use the DataManagers import function.

Syndicating the dataAllow some control of the syndication process to the users. Ensure that the receiving systems handle the language requirements.

Presentation of the MDM dataUtilize the Business Package to create Portal views.

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Further Information SAP Public Web: SAP Developer Network (SDN): www.sdn.sap.com Business Process Expert (BPX) Community: www.bpx.sap.com Americas SAP Users Group (ASUG) www.asug.com Related SAP Education and Certification Opportunities http://www.sap.com/education/ Related Workshops/Lectures at SAP TechEd 07MDM104 , MDM Demystified, Lecture MDM202 , MDM Technical Aspects Sizing, Architecture, Scalability, Lecture MDM253 , Composing Advanced SAP NetWeaver Portal Pages with SAP NetWeaver MDM iViews, Hands-on

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ASUG and SAP: Partners in Education

ASUG, the Americas SAP Users Group, is the worlds largest, customer-run community of SAP professionals and partners, with 45,000 individual members and 1,800 companies represented. ASUG delivers the highest value to member companies, allowing them to maximize their SAP investments. Some highlighted benefits include: Access to a year-round community for SAP customers and partners Diverse mix of educational topics and events through a variety of formats Exclusive opportunity to influence SAP future product direction Unparalleled networking opportunities with a dynamic professional network Unprecedented partnership with SAP Access to ASUG Groups and Chapters To learn more about ASUG, visit the ASUG booth in the SDN Clubhouse, or visit our Web site at www.asug.com.

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Q&A

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !QUESTIONS SUGGESTIONS DISCUSSION

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FeedbackPlease complete your session evaluation. Be courteous deposit your trash, and do not take the handouts for the following session.

Thank You !

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