Join us in Düsseldorf on October 5-6 for the International SAP Conference on Asset Management. This event is packed with opportunities for you to meet with SAP experts, partners, and customers in a collaborative learning environment. Discover how innovation from SAP can drive superior performance across your asset lifecycle.


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The Agenda is now ready to view for the International SAP Conference on Asset Management.


Whatever type of asset your organization needs, this event is packed with opportunities:


  • Two half-day preconference workshops giving you comprehensive insight into the SAP Enterprise Asset Management (SAP EAM) solution and the SAP Multiresource Scheduling application
  • Keynotes and solution road map presentations from SAP
  • Time to meet privately with SAP executives and solution experts
  • Customer case studies from a diverse range of companies, including Evonik, Gasunie, Nedtrain, Lanxess, Marenco Swiss Helicopter, Sitech, and more
  • Partner exhibition and a multitude of networking opportunities together with the co-located International SAP Conference for Chemicals


Get more information, confirm your place, or contact the event team at +44 (0) 121 200 3810 or


This event offers a compelling opportunity for you to connect with like-minded peers from Europe and beyond. Don’t miss this opportunity to help your organization achieve superior asset performance.

I look forward to welcoming you to Düsseldorf.

In SAP Plant Maintenance implementation projects, there are always points of integration with FICO. Though the cost structuring, capturing and reporting is the work of FICO consultants, I am trying to cover here some basic concepts and terminologies which a PM consultant should be aware of:


Let’s first differentiate between FI and CO i.e. finance and controlling modules. I try to make it very simple here. FI is used for external legal reporting say balance sheet reporting, profit and loss statements etc. whereas CO is used for internal managerial reporting for decision making. Note the term legal in FI i.e. a company is bound by country laws while defining anything in FI, there is nothing legal as such while working in CO as it is intrinsic to company.


Key element in FI which a PM consultant should be aware of isG/L account or general ledger account. This is the most basic element to collect financial information about a business. A G/L account is an item within a general ledger. This is created by SAP transaction FS00. When a company creates a financial report such as balance sheet, most of the data is derived from the General Ledger.  G/L accounts can be broadly classified into 4 categories: assets, liabilities, expenses and revenues. The G/L account most relevant to PM is expense G/L accounts, for example utilities expense, maintenance expense, wages expense etc.


Now let’s talk about CO module. CO module has 5 sub-modules. The sub-module most relevant to PM is Cost Center Accounting. Key elements in Cost Center Accounting are cost center; cost elements, activity types etc.


Cost element acts as a link between FI and CO modules. How? Cost elements are corresponding revenue and expense elements to a G/L account. But this depends upon business requirements. Where COPA (Profitability Analysis which is another sub-module in CO) is active, then both expense and revenue
accounts (GL) are cost elements but where COPA is not active, then revenue account should not be made as cost element. Example of primary cost lements are material costs, personnel cost, energy cost etc. There are secondary cost elements also but let’s not go into that detail. Whenever a cost element is created, it needs to give a cost object to it. Cost object can be cost center, internal order, production order etc.


Hence cost elements are nothing but cost carriers. They carry the cost from FI G/L account and transfer to cost objects such as cost centers. So cost element will answer: What is the cost? And cost center will answer: Where is the cost going?


Let’s relate the above concepts with Work Order costing. In work order configuration for costing we assign cost elements to value categories. Value categories are nothing but classification of costs in a work order example labor cost, material cost, and external services cost etc. So whenever we issue any material against a work order or say somebody charges time against a work order, a G/L account gets hit which simultaneously hits the corresponding
cost element which puts cost in the work order and cost stays in the work order temporarily. Now, when we do the settlement of the work order, all the costs are moved from work order to settlement object which may be a cost center or WBS element or an internal order etc.


These are some basics of cost flow concepts which a PM consultant must be aware of. I will try to cover some more similar concepts in my next blog.

SAP's Influencing Programs

Customer Influence gives you the opportunity of interacting directly with SAP development teams.


As a part of this SAP´s Influencing program the Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI) is a structured approach for close end-to-end collaboration between customers and SAP teams during the full development cycle for planned products and solutions and new releases or enhancement packages. CEI offers an opportunity for customers to influence SAP development in collaboration with their peers. This helps SAP create products and solutions that meet our customers' needs, reflect best business practices and realize process and technology innovations.


The Asset Intelligence Network is an innovation initiative which will fundamentally change and improve the way assets are defined and managed. We aim to provide a Global Registry of Equipment to be shared - based on suitable access and authorization rights - between multiple parties (e.g. OEMs, asset owners/operators, engineering firms).


This results in a Common Definition of Machines that delivers new business models and true operational excellence, both within the company as well as for cross-company collaboration processes.


At this stage we are looking for end users who, in the course of their daily work, are using, creating, maintaining, and managing product or asset related information. In doing so, they are collaborating with other persons, both inside and outside their company. We will cover the different views of OEMs, operators and EPCs. We will engage with customers in end user research activities to:

  1. Gain insights on how customer users are currently working with and collaborating on asset information.
  2. Understand the tasks, needs, motivation and challenges of potential future users of the planned solution.
  3. Validate and receive feedback on the functionality, design and usability of the planned solution.



You have the possibility to influence the solution and its capabilities in an early stage of development.


You can find all related information for that project via the following link:

Use the link to read more on this project and to register for the CEI initiative!

Over past few years, SAP EAM has been tremendously enhanced. However, most of our customers and end-users of SAP EAM are not are not even aware of these new capabilities because they are published in very technically oriented or not well known places.  Even if one knows about the possibility to use these new features, many find configuration of these new feature challenging,

To simplify process of finding out this information, we are planning to record sessions  for many of these functional enhancements and show how to set them up in a sandbox environment. Hope this would motivate you to actively use these new features.

We are planning to make these session available via YouTube that can be accessed using following link.

The lists of some topics that we are planning to cover are:

•        Introduction to SAP EAMTube          


•        How to find Innovation and Improvements        

          –      How to search new Improvement        

          –      How to search new Innovations

•        How to improve user experience using Side Panel


         –      Overview of Side Panels        

         –      Configuring and setting up content for side panel        

         –      Preparing a SAP GUI  transaction for using it with Side Panel        

         –      Updating and creating new content for side panels        

         –      Setting up Business Context Viewer

•        How to improve user experience using web dynpro        


         –      Overview of Web Dynpro        

         –      How to configure and adapt the user interactions        

         –      How to use the Implementation guide        

         –      New features added with Business Function for Simplicity 3 and 4        

         –      New features added with Business Function for Simplicity 5 and 6

•        Improved maintenance and reliability analysis using HANA        

         –      HANA Live content for plant maintenance        

         –      Using HANA Live with Lumira and Predictive Analysis        

         –      Adapting content to Customize your analytical needs        

         –      Performing Weibull analysis and Monte Carlo Simulation to evaluate probability of failure

•        Improved user interface with Fiori        

         –      Factsheets to access Asset Information on your finger tips        

         –      How to create your own Fiori App        

         –      Roadmap for EAM Fiori Apps

Currently we are planning to publish ten videos over the next few months . Please use comments fields and provide us with your suggestions and advice to improve the content. If you find some topics of particular interest please also let us know so we can record additional sessions.

Ensure Superior Asset Performance with Innovation from SAP




In competitive global markets, it is essential that asset intensive organisations efficiently manage the entire asset lifecycle. With the right systems and processes in place, they can ensure uptime and safety, mitigate risks, and reduce maintenance costs.



We are delighted to announce the dates for the annual International SAP Conference on Asset Management. Over two days, this comprehensive customer-centric event will give you access to SAP leadership and solution management, as well as a diverse range of SAP users from multiple industries. Part of the International SAP Conference Series on Extended Supply Chain, make sure you take this opportunity to learn how innovation from SAP can give you real-time visibility into asset performance and ultimately maximise your return on assets.


Visit the conference web site for more information:



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Hi all,

In the last month i was searching for a solution to integrate a long text in the long description text for my operations at the task list level, and i was really surprised by the amount of open topics with no clear answer. So, I found with the help of one of my colleagues how to do it:

This document is a complete view on the LSMW 0470 Object with 0000 Method.

In this document you will find the structure of the mapping & the LSMW trick & tips :

Object Attribute :


Maintain Source Field  :

The Source Fields definition : it's a 5 files LSMW

Please note the the Field (BOM_USAGE == Task list Group counter)

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Please note that the structure in the system is defined on 72 CAR for the Long text (STR_TEXT-TEXT) description but you must set it at 40.
If you want to get some errors change it

Maintain Structure Relationship  :

Maintain Field Mapping  :

The Tcode must be changed to IA01 for Equipment Task list or IA05 for Instruction Task list ot IA11 for FL task list :

Task list Header  :

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Operations list :

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The First Tip is in the long text mapping :

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Please note again : Even if the IBIPTEXT-TXLINE is a 72 CAR you must map it with a 40 CAR field.


For a long description containing 200 CAR for the Operation with "OP_IDENTIFICATION = OP0000023"

The file will be like this :

Exemple for a CSV file :


OP0000023; SAP ERP was built comprising the former

OP0000023; SAP R/3. SAP R/3 through version 4.6c co

OP0000023; nsisted of various applications on top o

OP0000023; f SAP Basis, SAP's set of middleware

The result is this :

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Task list component :

Task list component.png

Maintenance Packages :

Task list strategy.png

Specify Files  :


Create Batch Input session  :


And the last tip is the processing mode : ==> Call Transaction.
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If you found this post interesting or useful, please consider rating it

If you have any questions regarding the Maintenance LSMW Objects. I will be available to answer it ASAP.

Kind Regards,

Karim Es.

Couldn’t make it to Orlando? If you did not had the chance to attend SAPPHIRE NOW Orlando last week in person, just have a look at these replays of some key sessions to get the latest and greatest news around Asset Management.


Listen to Our Customers:


Hear how AltaLink L.P., the largest electricity transmission company in Alberta, Canada, maximizes the reliability of their linear assets by improving data quality, data governance, and reporting. Find out how they are using linear asset management, geographical information systems, and mobile solutions to deliver the right data to the right people at the right time.


See how The Dow Chemical Company simplified and standardized product compliance and workplace safety processes to support innovation, operational excellence, and sustainable growth. 


Learn about Innovations:


Watch the 2 minute video “Augmented Reality, Mobile Apps, Predictive Maintenance and More —What’s New in Asset Management?” from Dr. Achim Krüger, VP, Operational Excellence Solutions at SAP.


Watch a demo on Predictive Grid Maintenance at CenterPoint Energy including Smartwatch support in Bernd Leukert’s - Member of the SAP Executive Board, Products & Innovation – keynote (demo starts at minute 49:45).


Listen to Steve Singh - Member of the SAP Global Managing Board, CEO, Concur - using aircraft maintenance to explain why only networks involving all LoBs optimize overall performance.


Watch Predictive Maintenance in Motion at the SAPPHIRE NOW Experience Zone.


You’ll find more replays on SAPPHIRE NOW Online.

In this blog I want to describe a new feature which is already available via the traditional GUI and will be available in a future release via the Web User Interface in Enterprise Asset Management.

Creating follow on orders – what is behind it?

While inspecting a piece of equipment the technician discovers a defect. He has to confirm the results and his time for the inspection, but he has also the task to document that there is a follow on activity necessary. That this activity was related to an inspection is of very high interest for the maintenance manager. Therefore we created the new functionality to create follow-on orders. You can use this function to create maintenance orders as follow-on orders for an order or order operation.

When you create a follow-on order, you create a relationship to the preceding order or operation and you can display this relationship in the document flow.

You can create follow-on orders directly (transaction iw31), when changing or displaying an order (transactions iw32 and iw33), or when creating a confirmation (transaction iw41).

You can display the relationship between the preceding order and the follow-on order in a hierarchical structure.You can find more detailed information via this  LINK .

This functionality is part of EhP7 Business Function “LOG_EAM_CI7” and do not require any additional license on top of the existing enterprise foundation license.

A direct access to more information on these new EAM features is available via the innovation discovery tool. You can access the tool here.

This functionality is delivered with SAP enhancement package 7 supportpackage 7 it has been downported up to SAP enhancement package  4

See  SAP Note 2115977

In this blog I want to describe a new feature which is already available via the traditional GUI and will be available in a future release via the Web user interface in Enterprise Asset Management.


Changing notification type – what is behind it?

Up to now, you could only change the notification type for general notifications and quality notifications. Now you can allow the notification type of maintenance and service notifications to be changed if the original notification type and the target notification type have the same notification category.

You are able to define which notification type could be changed and in which new type it can be changed. In addition, you can only change the notification type of maintenance and service notifications if the notification has not yet been completed so far.

When the notification type is changed, the system does not assign a new notification number. In the same manner, all data in the original notification type (such as reference objects) are retained after a change of notification type. This also applies even if specific data is irrelevant for the target notification type.

To override this behavior, you can implement a Business Add-In (BAdI) to perform checks for Extended Change of Notification Type(BADI_IQS0_NOTIF_TYPE_CHANGE).

To change the notification type, the transactions iw21, iw22, iw51, and iw52 will have, after activating the Business Function and doing the necessary customizing, the new pushbutton “Change Notification Type”.


You can find more detailed information including a demo via this LINK .


A Video demonstrating the functionality you find here.


This functionality is part of EhP7 Business Function “LOG_EAM_CI7” and do not require any additional license on top of the existing enterprise foundation license.


A direct access to more information on these new EAM features is available via the innovation discovery tool. You can access the tool here.


Today, I was replying to a thread where the subject question was asked. Naturally the user exit comes to everyone's mind is QQMA0014 which is used to prevent Notification Saving, in case desired condition set by us is not fulfilled. Similar were the replies including one by me. Soon I realized that these fields of DMS in a Notification are not a part of import structure of the exit namely I_VIQMEL. The record linking DMS fields to the Notification will be available in table DRAD after the Notification is saved. So I modified my reply accordingly and gave a Code for 'Making DMS entry mandatory while Change Notification'. I also suggested that in case the control at 'Change Notification' level as suggested is not suitable and control at 'Create Notification' level is only suitable for him, then his ABAPer will be needed to explore the same using field-symbols and the runtime internal tables of the Standard program namely SAPLIQS0.

Present Work

I then started exploring the solution myself and I got what I was searching for, i.e., the internal tables related to DRAD table in this Notification Create program namely SAPLIQS0. Using this I wrote a few lines of code in the user-exit QQMA0014, which worked fine and forced user to attach a DIR in the DMS link tab while creating a Notification. Later these few lines developed into the code given below, which takes care of other dependent aspects listed later in this document. I believe this work will be useful to many whosoever got such application in their functions.

So the code here to be put in the include ZXQQMU20 of the user-exit QQMA0014


 I_DRAD[] = <L_DRAD>.
 I_DRAD1[] = <L_DRAD1>.
     MESSAGE: 'Attaching DIR is mandatory' TYPE 'E' DISPLAY LIKE 'I'.
     MESSAGE: 'Attaching DIR is mandatory' TYPE 'E' DISPLAY LIKE 'I'.
     MESSAGE: 'Attaching DIR is mandatory' TYPE 'E' DISPLAY LIKE 'I'.



After this, we get the below given error pop-up whenever we try to skip DIR attaching in the DMS link tab, in the following cases:

1. While Creating a M1 Notification directly.

2. While updating M1 Notification already created through IW31 (Create Order integrated with M1 notification)

3. While deleting DIR entry in change mode of such Notification.





1. This work is applicable to QM/CS Notifications also. In Line1 and Line26 just replace values IW21, IW22 with the respective Create/Change Notification Tcodes and value 'M1' with the respective Notification type.

2. As mentioned above, this code has also been tested for M1 Notifications created through IW31. In such Notifications user will be forced to attach DIR in Order/Notification change mode (IW22/IW32). QM/CS users need change the IW32 value in line26 accordingly .


As always mentioned the author believed in documenting useful knowledge pieces irrespective of its length, Hope present and future members will find this useful.



Thank you


Asset intensive industries always thrive to align their asset investments decisions with corporate strategic goals. Here the business challenge would be to priorities asset projects, effectively plan and manage these projects with constraint like time, budget, resource, and risk. Manage the operation and maintenance of asset after deployment and gauge impact on overall strategic initiative.

Capital portfolio and project management is one of key pillar of enterprise asset management (EAM). The other key pillars of EAM are asset operation and maintenance, asset visibility and performance measurement and environment health and safety. Here in this blog I am mainly talking about Capital portfolio and project management.

With integral EAM processes and efficient portfolio  and project management, you can reduce cost major capital investment projects and keep ROA high . You can assess opportunities, projects, loss of production due to planned and ongoing maintenance and make informed decision to keep your initiatives aligned with corporate goals. Simple example would be Oil and Gas Industry wants meet annual increase in production goal with capacity expansion projects, planned shutdowns and unplanned maintenance projects.


Asset Portfolio Management:

One of the biggest challenges for asset intensive companies to determine:

  • How to assess new investment opportunities with planned operation and maintenance projects with unplanned shutdowns
  • How to take confident decision on capital distribution, planning and prioritizing of different initiatives or projects.
  • How to showcase and measure asset investments against strategic goals.

Asset Portfolio management helps to integrate portfolio level finance and capacity planning with project level planned and actual. Evaluation like ROA, ECV, simulations and scoring model helps portfolio manager to define and set priorities. Project can switch different stages of asset like proposal to investment to operation and maintenance. This allows having different type of governance or business processes applied for single project. Capital budget can be defined at highest level in portfolio where business has visibility on fund availability. Budget can distributed top-down versus planned expenditure from project level can be rolled up at portfolio level. Portfolio Manager has full visibility in project process from proposal to operation and maintenance.

Initiatives can be used to bring together different but related capital expenditure, O&M and proposal projects to manage and control overall program.

Asset Project Management:

Successful installation and commissioning of asset requires completing the undertaken project within various constraints like budget, time, resources, etc. Project management integrates and manages different business processes with greater visibility and collaboration. You can effectively monitor internal and external engineering, procurement, stocks, other logistic process, and outgoing payments during project life cycle. Work breakdown structure network activities enable detail cost planning, time scheduling and resource planning. Various cost planning methods can be used to accurately calculate the cost involved in project. Project structure can be used to define involvement of external OEMs and EPC contractors. Effective communication and collaboration with external service providers and vendors lead to better project control.

Project Management is integrated with Portfolio management to show planned verses actual in real time. This enables project and portfolio manager to take informed decisions.

Enterprise project connector enables complex project scheduling with Primavera or other project planning tools. You can incorporate actual progress in project by having field inputs against project activities.

Operation and Maintenance projects can be managed with WBS structure and integration of the same with plant maintenance orders. Maintenance order can be effectively planned and executed in plant maintenance whereas cost and overall timeline can be controlled from project management.

Resource Management:

Resource management is used to plan and utilize company-wide capacities across different capital investment projects and O&M projects.  Human resource system can be integrated with resource management system to pull resource data like location, availability, skill and qualification. You can plan resources based on their suitability with project and maintenance orders. Resource management solution brings transparency in demand and resource planning and increases profitability by reducing non-productive time.

Resource management manages internal as well external resources to meet the resource requirement from project, plant maintenance and field services. Resource planner can centrally overview all demand and resource utilization to plan the resources optimally. You can plan human resources as well as production resources tools against demand with resource management.


Asset information management:

Once new asset put into operation you need to ensure that you have complete, accurate and accessible information for operation and maintenance of asset. Effective Document management system and collaboration with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can help us have documents in system electronically. You can start collaboration with EPC contractors to collect information relevant for procurement and operation and maintenance of equipment.

Business Benefits:

  • Optimize portfolio performance by managing projects more effectively and enforcing enterprise wide governance. Better decision making based on transparent information and real time status.
  • Timely project completion with lower cost and optimum resource utilization. Improved project monitoring with budget versus actual and progress tracking against time schedule.
  • Reduced risk by setting up right priorities, planning and monitoring projects, close collaboration with vendors and contractors

The focus of the EAM Simplification was (and is) on enhancing the WebUI with new and rich functionality as well as using the newest features of the underlying WebDynpro ABAP technology.



These improvements simplify the work of the users and enable maintenance planners and maintenance workers to use the EAM Web user interface to do their jobs more efficiently.

To find all the details on adjusting/enhancing the WebUI Applications to your users’ needs SAP created a “How to”-guide (EAM Web UI Implementation Guide EHP7).


The Version 2.0 (from August 2014) already covered:

  • How to get started with the SAP Web User Interface
  • How to change the Web Dynpro Configuration
  • How to adapt applications and how to personalize on user level
  • How to configure POWL e.g. to add fields or user actions
  • How to use side panels in the SAP EAM Web UI
  • Which BAdIs and User Exits are available


The new version 2.5 covers, in addition

  • object based navigation and launchpads
  • how to adjust the asset viewer


You can find this guide in SAP Developers Network or you can use this link to download the “How-to”-Guide right now via this link!

There is the opportunity to discuss all relevant EAM topics with the SAP experts during  the upcoming SAP-Centric EAM Conference, in Huntington Beach, CA, US on March 8-11th, 2015 - find details here!

Interested in how mobility can support your business? Join us for the next Webinar of our successful SAP Enterprise Asset Management Webcast Series: Mobile Asset Management: The Future is Here” taking place on February 4, 2015 (Time: 11:00 am EDT / 8:00am PDT / 5:00 pm CET).


Mobility is becoming a necessity for companies in asset intensive industries to adapt to challenges in the evolution of business models, data explosion, aging work forces, and environmental as well as regulatory expectations. In addition standards such as ISO 55000 are putting the spotlight on sound asset management strategies and establishing good asset management practices. Mobilizing core processes along the overall asset lifecycle is driving organizations towards operational excellence. The session will elaborate on business cases and benefits, scenarios and use cases, device options, SAP’s mobility and GIS strategy in an asset management business context. Current and upcoming mobile solutions including augmented reality scenarios will be highlighted.

Join Karsten Hauschild, solution manager in SAP's global team for asset management (EAM) and operational  excellence solutions, on February 4, 2015 (Time: 11:00 am EDT / 8:00am PDT / 5:00 pm CET) and participate in his Live-Webinar.


Register now to secure your seat.




If you missed the past webinars, you still have the chance to watch a replay of these sessions.


Just register here for the On-Demand Webinars:






We are looking forward to seeing you online!



And if you are interested to see how mobility transforms asset management, we invite you to watch this short video.



Corporations spend billions to design, buy, operate, and decommission production equipment and other physical assets. In many cases, managing these assets to get the most value from them is critical to business success. And as a result, such assets are under the ever-watchful eyes of top management, shareholders, and regulators. But how can you be confident that your asset management practices are maximizing return on assets consistently and sustainably?


Guidelines such as the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 55 were a first step toward helping companies put structured, good-practice-based discipline around their asset management capabilities to optimize asset uptime, reliability, and overall performance. This discipline is being embedded into organizational strategies, corporate governance, and day-to-day activities, helping companies gain more value from their assets and increase the sustainability of their enterprise. PAS 55 was widely recognized as a framework for achieving good asset management practices across industries
and regions, laying the foundation for the ISO 55000 suite of standards, which was published in January 2014.


From an asset management and company perspective, staying competitive and providing excellent customer service is of incredible value. But this requires access to relevant and real-time asset lifecycle information at any time, regardless of asset location or ownership. On-premise and cloud applications working together – and combined with asset-specific content and orchestrated by a cloud platform – form the basis of any asset intelligence initiative.


Looking at the SAP solutions supporting such an integrated approach makes you see a scope that goes beyond SAP EAM and SAP's solutions for Operational Excellence. Corporate processes for governance, risk, and compliance, performance management, corporate finance, human capital management, talent
management, and even social collaboration come into play. This strengthens even more the case for running a corporation on a fully integrated suite of business applications. Please review the new SAP Thought Leadership Paper “Enable Asset Management Systems with Integrated
Enterprise Information Solutions”
which provides you with insights how SAP solutions can support requirements outlined in ISO 55001.


Looking ahead, the future of asset management relies on a network-based asset management solution orchestrated by an Internet of Things (IoT) platform that brings together the manufacturers, services and logistics providers, and operators of the world. This network will be the key to maximizing asset value, increasing asset uptime, and improving customer service.


There is new version 2.5 of the EAM Web UI Implementation Guide EHP7 available!


The version 2.5 covers, in addition to the already existing version 2.0:





  • object based navigation and launchpads
  • how to adjust the asset viewer


You can find this guide in SAP Developers Network or you can use this link to download the “How-to”-Guide right now via this link!



During the recent development cycle SAP addressed the topic of Simplification in Enterprise Asset Management. During implementation in many cases there are requirements from users side, to adjust the process or the content of a screen. Here you find the necessary information how to adjust your SAP EAM WebDynpro to your users’ needs.



The focus of the EAM Simplification development project was on enhancing the Webuser interface with new and rich functionality as well as using the newest features of the underlying WebDynpro ABAP technology. These improvements enable maintenance planners and maintenance workers to use the EAM Web user interface to do their jobs more efficiently. In a series of blog posts I delivered a choice of different of these enhancements and explained what is possible now in Enterprise Asset Management via the Webuser interface.



All these topics are bundled in the EhP7 Business Function “LOG_EAM_SIMPLICITY_3” and do not require any additional license on top of the existing enterprise foundation license. 


To find all the details on adjusting/enhancing the WebDynpro Applications to your users’ needs SAP created a “How to”-guide (EAM Web UI Implementation Guide EHP7). You will find topics like:


  • How to get started with the SAP Web User Interface
  • How to change the Web Dynpro Configuration
  • How to adapt applications and how to personalize on user level
  • How to configure POWL e.g. to add fields or user actions
  • How to use side panels in the SAP EAM Web UI
  • Which BAdIs and User Exits are available


You can find this guide in SAP Developers Network or you can use this link to download the “How-to”-Guide right now via this link!



In addition to that, you will have the opportunity to discuss all relevant EAM topics with the SAP experts during  the upcoming SAP-Centric EAM Conference, in Huntington Beach, CA, US on March 8-11th, 2015 - find details here!


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