2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 23, 2008 7:54 PM by Brian Anthony RSS

Full Life Cycle vs End to End Implementation

Krishna Gopalam
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Hi All

 

Is there any difference between Full Life Cycle implemenation and End to End implementaion, if there are any differences between it. Could you please specify.

 

Thank you

  • Re: Full Life Cycle vs End to End Implementation
    Alok Kashyap
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    I think in BI projects we often have End-to-End methodology : kicked off with Source system(r/3 or legacy system) and ended up with Target system(BEx/webtemplates/EP)..

     

    Full life cycle project contains a cycle where a starting point from which project was kicked off, on same point project will come to completion going via different phases and modules.

  • Re: Full Life Cycle vs End to End Implementation
    Brian Anthony
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    I think of Full Life Cycle as process driven: create a sales order, fill it, deliver it, bill it, receive payment, pull data into BW and check report accuracy.

     

    I think of End-to-End as data driven:  Pull all sales orders into BW, is the PSA correct? Yes-continue.  Is the data as expected in the ODS? Yes-Continue.  Is the data correct in the cube? yes-continue.  Is the query correct?  Yes - Continue.  Does the Sales Order in R/3 match the Sales Order data on the Query? Yes- great, we're done!

     

     

    Although, if you ask 10 people you may get 10 different answers.

     

    Brian

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