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Friday Webinar Series Installing and Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver from a Data Unification Perspective Friday, March 09, 2007 Speaker: Klaus David, SAP NetWeaver.

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1 Friday Webinar Series Installing and Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver from a Data Unification Perspective Friday, March 09, 2007 Speaker: Klaus David, SAP NetWeaver RIG

2  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 2 Friday Webinar Series: IT Practices Applied “IT Practices” Continuing with exploring 1 IT Practice “Theme” per month Goal is to promote an in-depth understanding how SAP NetWeaver supports our IT Practices 3-4 webinars in each “IT Practice theme” per month, –Week 1: IT Practice Overview and Introduction -What are the pain points? -How does this IT Practice address these pain points? -Sample customer references –Week 2: Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver -What is the release history related to this IT Practice? -How is upgrading accomplished and what are the key technological benefits? -Customer testimonials (if available) –Week 3: Powered by SAP NetWeaver (PBNW) -How is this IT Practice used in the mySAP Business Suite? -What examples can we show of customer/partners using this? -What are the key benefits this IT Practice provides to the mySAP Business Suite –Week 4: IT Practice Roadmap -How will SAP deliver additional value to our customers releases to come?

3  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 3 IT Practice: Custom Development: This Week IT Practice: Data Unification March 2, 2007 –Overview: IT Practice Overview and Introduction - Data Unification –Speaker: Sunil Gupta, SAP NetWeaver Solution Marketing March 9, 2007 –Installing and Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver from a Data Unification Perspective –Speaker: Klaus David, SAP NetWeaver RIG March 16, 2007 –Powered By: Data Unification: Powered by SAP NetWeaver –Speaker: Douglas Roth, MDM Solutions and Business Development March 23, 2007 – Roadmap: Data Unification Roadmap – Speaker: Aaron Mahimainathan, SAP NetWeaver Product Definition March 30, 2007 – Topic: TBD – Speaker: TBD Today

4 Installing MDM Upgrading MDM What is a Support Pack, a Patch, a Hotfix What about Clients (ERP, SRM, MDM) What’s new for MDM-BI Integration

5  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 5 Complete Installation Package The complete installation package One single archive containing all components Identical with CD shipped to customers Old download files are replaced by new version A new file for download is released for each Support Package  One single download for all required components in matching versions

6  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 6 Complete Installation Package Complete Packages for new installations can be downloaded from SAP Support Portal. (Software Distribution Center – Installations) URL   Download  Installations and Upgrades  Entry by Application Group  SAP NetWeaver  SAP MDM

7  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 7 Delivery of Updated MDM Components For updating an MDM installation, new components can be downloaded from SAP Support Portal. (Software Distribution Center – Support Packages and Patches) URL   Download  Support Packages and Patches  Entry by Application Group  SAP NetWeaver  SAP MDM  SAP MDM 5.5

8  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 8 Structure of MDM Software Delivery The product MDM 5.5 consists of several components MDM Server 5.5 MDM GUI Clients 5.5 … Each components contains one or more modules MDM GUI Clients 5.5 –MDM Data Manager –MDM Import Manager –…  For detailed list see Info Page on SAP Support Portal (Located at the MDM download page on SAP Support Portal)

9  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 9 MDM 5.5 Support Packages and Patches – Start Page Product Version SAP MDM 5.5 Software Components e.g. MDM Server 5.5 Info Page  List of Components & Modules

10  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 10 Example: How to find MDM Server 5.5 SP02 P1 for Win32 Product: SAP MDM Component: MDM Server Platform: Windows IA Version: Support Package 2, Patch 2 4 4

11  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 11 Information Supplied with a Released Component Title Component Name Version Support Package Patch Hot Fix 1 Info File Component Name, Build Number (for SP & Patches) Updated Module(s), Build Number (for Hot Fixes) Reference to fixed problem(s) via SAP Note(s) 2 Filename MDM|S|550|02|P_2|-nnnnnnnn.ZIP MDM Component Version 5.5Support Package 02Patch 2 Unique number for Component 3

12  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 12 With SAP NetWeaver MDM 5.5 SP05 New installation option /s install.ini Automated software distribution Complete update with one single click Enhanced Support for Automated Installation (silent installation)

13 Installing MDM Upgrading MDM What is a Support Pack, a Patch, a Hotfix What about Clients (ERP, SRM, MDM) What’s new for MDM-BI Integration

14  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 14 Upgrading from SP03 -> Sp04 Steps to perform Stop and backup your landscape Uninstall the old MDM 5.5 SP03 components Install the new MDM 5.5 SP04 installation packages Update the existing repositories Load repositories with index updating Optional : Update Portal content Optional : Update XI content Adapt custom developed API-programs (need to be done prior to upgrade) Perform all component specific activities Test former SP03 functionality in SP04

15  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 15 Highly recommended : 2-Tier environment Ensures smooth upgrade in shortest time Transports support you, once upgrade in Dev-Environment was successful (e.g. objects, portal content)

16  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 16 Compatibility of Repositories MDM Repositories use a certain database schema  Repository (DB schema) version and MDM Server version need to be compatible  DB schemas are easily updated with MDM Console to match the current server version However  DB schemas can not be downgraded to match an older MDM server version Hot Fixes typically do not require a DB schema update

17 Installing MDM Upgrading MDM What is a Support Pack, a Patch, a Hotfix What about Clients (ERP, SRM, MDM) What’s new for MDM-BI Integration

18  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 18 What is a … Support Package? Provides corrections and enhancements for MDM Scenarios Is delivered as a complete installation package Only the latest Support Package level is available for download* Patch? Provides corrections Extends platform support Is delivered on a component base (e.g. MDM GUI Clients) Hot Fix? Contains urgent corrections (typically) for a single module (e.g. MDM Import Manager) For delivery the file of the complete component is updated with the new module Build Number? Used SAP internally for the production process and code maintenance. * Old SPs remain until full platform support is provided for the new SP

19  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 19 Compatibility of Support Packages and Patches To ensure compatibility when upgrading, all modules need to be on the same Support Package level same Patch level Modules on different Hot Fix levels are typically compatible with each other and can therefore be applied independently.  The Build Number of modules may be different MDM Data Manager 5.5 SP4 Patch 1 MDM Server 5.5 SP4 Patch 2 MDM Data Manager 5.5 SP4 Patch 2 HF1  

20  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 20 What is the meaning of Build Numbers and Support Packages ? Codeline / Branch: x  Version & SP-Level: MDM 5.5 SP04 … Codeline / Branch: x  Version & SP-Level: MDM 5.5 SP03 … … Type of delivery MDM 5.5 SP04 Patch 1 All components & all modules MDM 5.5 SP04 Patch 1 Hot Fix 1 Only affected components & modules MDM 5.5 SP04 All components & all modules Released as Build Number

21  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 21 Numbering and Compatibility of Hot Fixes Hot Fixes are counted on product level Numbers are assigned sequentially for the updated components MDM 5.5 Server SP04 P1 HF1 MDM 5.5 GUI Clients SP04 P1 HF2 MDM 5.5 Import Server SP04 P1 HF2 MDM 5.5 Java API SP04 P1 HF3 Build Build Build Hot Fix 1 Hot Fix 2 Hot Fix 3  Assumed this release sequence, there is no Hot Fix 2 for MDM Server

22 Installing MDM Upgrading MDM What is a Support Pack, a Patch, a Hotfix What about Clients (ERP, SRM, MDM) What’s new for MDM-BI Integration

23  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 23 Remote System Connectivity to MDM MDS I N B O U N D I N T E R. O U T B O U N D I N T E R. SAP MDM 5.5 LOCALHOST REPOSITORY INBOUND CLIENT SYSTEM PORT ARCHIVE READY STATUS LOG Remote System (e.g., R/3) FTP Server SAP XI XML RFC, IDoc, etc. Import Server Syndication Server TCP/IP DB

24  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 24 Communication in SAP ECC Distributing Master Data Consolidating Master Data Loading Master Data Client system (e.g., SAP ECC) MDM Data Manager MDM Import Manager SAP XI MDM Syndicator (2) Trigger extraction (3) System sends extracted objects to XI (5) System routes messages to file system (6) Load objects from file system (7) Transform, map, and match objects (8) Search and merge identical objects interactively (9) Change or add object data (11) System loads objects (12) System routes messages to target system; splits into CREMAS; ADRMAS etc. (10) Map, transform and save objects in file system (13) System receives messages (4) System transforms message to XML Typical communication in SAP ECC using SAP XI

25  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 25 Customizing Transfer (ERP, CRM, SRM) Generic Extractor Framework Transaction MDMGX in the Client System Only relevant Check Tables are getting extracted

26  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 26 Customizing Transfer (ERP, CRM, SRM) Sample Definition for BP

27  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 27 Customizing Transfer (ERP, CRM, SRM) And the results structure of the ftp-server After sucessful extraction XML-Files are in these folders Use Import Manager to bring them into MDM

28 Installing MDM Upgrading MDM What is a Support Pack, a Patch, a Hotfix What about Clients (ERP, SRM, MDM) What’s new for MDM-BI Integration

29  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 29 BI Data Quality Problems

30  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 30 Integration Enhancements Overview Native Interoperability: Core integration between SAP NetWeaver MDM & SAP NetWeaver BI data and Meta data –Point to point connection between SAP NetWeaver MDM and SAP NetWeaver BI –SAP NetWeaver MDM repository is generated based on InfoObject as template Call SAP NetWeaver MDM during BI Data Staging: Look up of MDM data during BI Data Staging –MDM repository details are provided to BI workers without the need to leave their BI environment –Populate an entire characteristic domain from MDM Call SAP NetWeaver MDM during Enterprise Query and Analysis: Dynamically combine BI and MDM data at runtime without persisting MDM data in BI –Simplified ‘what if’ analysis –Reduces data load overhead

31  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 31 Example: De-duplication Leads to Accurate Customer Rankings Prior to MDM, notice that Think Service, Inc. and Creative Intel are ranked #5 and #16, respectively. Notice that because of the integration with MDM, Think Service, Inc. and Creative Intel are the same sold-to party, thus their information is consolidated, moving them to #2 in the ranking.

32  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 32 Additional Information Uses existing features and functions in BI and MDM Uses new set of APIs to integrate BI and MDM Currently accepting nominations for pilot projects

33  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 33 Additional Information Uses new set of APIs to integrate BI and MDM Currently accepting nominations for pilot projects

34  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 34 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION ! QUESTIONS – SUGGESTIONS – DISCUSSION

35  SAP AG 2007, Title / First Name Last Name / 35 IT Practice: Custom Development: Next Week IT Practice: Data Unification March 2, 2007 –Overview: IT Practice Overview and Introduction - Data Unification –Speaker: Sunil Gupta, SAP NetWeaver Solution Marketing March 9, 2007 –Installing and Upgrading to SAP NetWeaver from a Data Unification Perspective –Speaker: Klaus David, SAP NetWeaver RIG March 16, 2007 –Powered By: Data Unification: Powered by SAP NetWeaver –Speaker: Douglas Roth, MDM Solutions and Business Development March 23, 2007 – Roadmap: Data Unification Roadmap – Speaker: Aaron Mahimainathan, SAP NetWeaver Product Definition March 30, 2007 – Topic: TBD –Speaker: TBD Next week

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