Go Live Checklist

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Hardware Setup Time System Server Setup, OS Build, connections Setup and Test printers APO server setup; Optimizer Cache server setup Document server setup Printer Server Setup Coordinate activities between HR go live and other SAP go live related to hardware, dual clocks, etc. Engineering Drawing Package(s) Server setup Set batch jobs printers Hardware Purchased (PCs, Printers, Clocks, Labor Collection) CHECKPOINT: Hardware Is Installed, Time System Clocks Ready Mass Transport to Production (48 hrs) LOAD SETUP IN SAP PROD Open Client for Manual Numbers set Change customer number range to external Check various Number Ranges Add "plant" vendors Change vendor number range to external Manual - Number Range Batch Manual - Number Range Tranfer Requirement & Transfer Order Update table T185 as per SAP note 847810 Create Bin Numbers Set A/P Check Number Activate various conversion exit Change material number range to external APO-R/3 Basis connection settings Finance Setup Activate Material Ledger Activity Types Check FICO Number Ranges Co-PA activation Cost center hierarchy Cost element Groups Load Chart of Accounts Load Cost Centers Load Profit Centers Open MM Periods Primary and Secondary Cost Elements SET FI Periods APO & General Setup SETUP activate integration models create alert profiles

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create planning file entries Create planning ID's in APO create setup keys, groups, matrix create tooling resources in APO Create variants for the APO core interface Load tool/resource z table Run PPDS planning runs with the APO box disconnected from R/3…...

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