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Procedure documentation Assign Logical Components to the Project  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure


A logical component is an administration unit which uniquely assigns systems to system roles for a product, throughout the system landscape and across projects.


If you are using a logical component in the Solution Manager system landscape, you assign a logical system to an ABAP-based product instance in a logical component. You assign a non-ABAP-based product instance the product system to whose group the technical system belongs on which the product instance is installed.


You have defined logical components in the Solution Manager System Landscape (transaction SMSY)  (see Editing Logical Components).



To be able to call the functions in the table, you are in Project Administration, verwaltung in the change mode of the project, in the System Landscape Systems subtab.

Systems tab



What you need to know

Copy new logical components from the current project structure

Scenario selection


Assignment of logical components to the project

Input help in the Logical Components column

The system copies the logical components, their products/product instances, and the highest product version.

Create a new logical component

Input help in the Logical Components Create New Components column


Goto System Landscape Edit Logical Components

You navigate to the Solution Manager System Landscape transaction (SMSY).

Change an existing logical component

Double-click the logical component

Replace a logical component with another in the entire project structure

Replace Log. Component


Change the system roles, their sequence, and the assignment of system roles to project phases

System role assignment

You can also change the test system selected, at any time, in the Test Organization

Create user system roles and delete system roles for your project

System Role Assignment System Roles

You cannot delete system roles which are used in your system landscape

Create link between logical components

  Related Log. Comp.

You can, e.g. flag all logical components to which the same systems are to be assigned in future, as related.


The systems that you specify in the logical components for the system roles are used by default in the following project phases:


System role



Business Blueprint



Quality assurance




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