With “Most frequently used apps” function of the Fiori Tracker, SAP S/4 HANA implementation project manager is getting a perfect overview of how the UAT is progressing.
Please take a look at the screenshot of this function:
Note the columns with the application start count:
In total (“Total”)
For last calendar week (“Last calendar week”)
For current day “Today”)
With a large number of applications to be tested, information on whether any user has run the app gives a good indicator of how the testing is progressing.
The function has a filleting for:
So it is a valuable source of information for every manager to see what is the activity for different functional areas. The statistic can be generated per business line and used for status meetings on test progress. It also gives a glance at how team members performing the tests are occupied are the t.
The records for each run are collected as long as the plugin is enabled, so also all other statistic analysis can be performed. The statistics can alose take info consideration the data on from other aspects covered with Fiori Tracker like:
Each set of implemented SAP Fiori app will require grouping them into Fiori launchpad catalogs and groups. In projects with functional streams, a number of functional leads (3-7) come up with their set of groups depending on their stream users needs. The consistent naming convention that is shared between the streams will speed up the process of dealing with catalogs and groups later when other team members like SAP Fiori developers or Basis specialists start handing them in the process of support and maintenance.
To address that need Fiori Tracker has a function of enforcing the naming conventions. By default, it enforces a fixed prefix: ZC_* for catalogs and ZG_* for groups. It can be also set to enforce the stream linkage in the following form: ZC_P2P_*, ZC_O2C_*. All this helps enables speedy navigation in other tools like SAP Fiori designer. With entering a fixed prefix allows listing all custom catalogs and business groups. Exteding it with the stream name limits the list to a particular stream wich later whe n different tema members mange the catalog prove to very handy.
To have the Groups ready in Fiori launchpad requires effort from sevral parties:
Functional specialist – for requiremnts
SAP Fiori for Fiori Launchpad – configuration
SAP Basis specialist- for authorization roles setup
again Functional – for unit testing
In result, the whole process takes a number of stages and time and might lead to a situation where some of the groups are not unit tested. It is very easy to end up with the case where the groups that were not earlier checked are reported as groups that have issues. For example:
certain apps are missing
apps are not starting properly
Title or descriptions are diffrent then expected
Fiori Tracker helps to avoid this situatons and have a goup setup ready in one shot and without surprises.
Here is how:
1. For each Fiori app in scope of the project there is an information record with general data
So for starters with Fiori Tracker you can see whether th app is already included in the scope of the project. If it has an entry in Fiori Tracker the app was earlier agreed to be included in the scope and configured.
If the missing app is not in scope it requires additional steps and will take more time to setup comparing to just enabling the app that is already in place. You can see when was it included in scope (give a chance to identifie latecommers and allows to controle scope creep), provisioned in each system and how it is configured.
2. “To be” documentation for Fiori launchpad groups
3. Information who is responsible for testing and whether the test was done
Each SAP S/4 HANA implementation project team member or support team member conducts the tests. On a daily basis, each specialist runs numerous test cases. Whenever it is testing during official test phases or replicating the issue that the end user encountered, there is a need to access the system with the user that has the respective business roles. As Fiori Tracker holds the repository of all business roles it is also the best place to keep the link of the roles to the test users.
This simple view that is available in 2 clicks saves a lot of time as SAP team members get the correct uses in seconds.