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Technical Data

Runtime Technology

Java/Web Dynpro (WAS 6.40 and higher)

Technical Name

com.sap.pct.cprxrpm.depdash_iview

Available for Portal (Release)

Enterprise Portal 7.0 (SP4)

Data Source

sap.com/xapps~cprxrpm~ui~dependency

DependencyDashboardApp

Languages

Available in the business package languages

Support

EP-PCT-RPM

 

Features

In this iView, you can see the current item dependencies, create new item dependencies and delete item dependencies you no longer need. You can also see other items that depend on the current item. In the Dependency Type column, you can see the dependency type of the current item dependencies, as well as the items that depend on the current item.

You use the list of dependencies to create up a dependency relationship between two items, by setting a dependency type between the predecessor and the successor.

The following kinds of dependency types exists:

        Finish-to-Finish: You must finish the processing of the predecessor item before you can finish the processing of the successor item.

        Finish-to-Start: You must finish the processing of the predecessor item before you can start the processing of the successor item.

        Start-to-Start: You must start the processing of the predecessor item before you can start the processing of the successor item.

        Start-to-Finish: You must start the processing of the predecessor item before you can finish the processing of the successor item.

To see this iView, you navigate as follows: Portfolio Management Portfolio Management, select an item and choose Dependencies.

Creation of New Dependency

You can create a new dependency from the list of dependencies, by choosing Create New.

For more information about creating a dependency, see Create New Dependency.

Deletion

From the list of dependencies, you can delete dependencies that are no longer required. To do this, select the item, choose Delete and then confirm the delete action.

 

Example

You want to upgrade the hardware and software of your corporate laptops.

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       1.      You create the items Laptop Purchase and Upgrade of Software. You must first carry out the laptop purchase (predecessor) before you can upgrade the software (successor).

       2.      You choose Upgrade of Software as your current item.

       3.      You create an item dependency with the dependency type Finish-to-Start and then choose the predecessor Laptop Purchase.

 

 

Application parameters:

DashboardConfig=PredecessorList,

DashboardConfigSuccessor=SuccessorList

DetailsLinkID=0147

ItemDetailsLinkID=0121

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