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SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation by George W. Anderson

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Leveraging Installation Documentation, Tools, and Approaches

SAP has provided us with an enormous amount of product- and component-specific documentation. Much of it is quite good. Even in the best of cases, though, to install an end-to-end mySAP solution you will still require product documentation (or very deep experience) relevant to your entire SAP Solution Stack. I find this to be especially true at the OS level—even the best SAP Basis consultants will run into a brick wall the first time they try installing a mySAP component on an operating system with which they are unfamiliar. With a background primarily in Windows-based SAP installations, I speak from experience, as I remember well my first installations on Red Hat Linux, SuSe Linux, ...

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