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Typographic Conventions

Type Style

Description

Example

Words or characters quoted from the screen. These include field names, screen titles,
pushbuttons labels, menu names, menu paths, and menu options.
Textual cross-references to other documents.

Example

Emphasized words or expressions.

EXAMPLE

Technical names of system objects. These include report names, program names,
transaction codes, table names, and key concepts of a programming language when they
are surrounded by body text, for example, SELECT and INCLUDE.

Example

Output on the screen. This includes file and directory names and their paths, messages,
names of variables and parameters, source text, and names of installation, upgrade and
database tools.

Example

Exact user entry. These are words or characters that you enter in the system exactly as they
appear in the documentation.

<Example>

Variable user entry. Angle brackets indicate that you replace these words and characters
with appropriate entries to make entries in the system.

EXAMPLE

Keys on the keyboard, for example, F 2 or E N T E R .

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Document History

Version

Date

Change

1.0

2013-07-31

First release

1.1

2013-08-23

Authorization and Role information included

1.2

2014-10-07

Updated the Document

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Table of Contents

1
1.1
1.2

1.3
2
2.1
2.2

Getting Started ............................................................................................................................................... 5


About this Document ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Related Information .................................................................................................................................................6
1.2.1
Planning Information ...............................................................................................................................6
1.2.2
Further Useful Links ................................................................................................................................ 7
1.2.3
Related Master Guides ............................................................................................................................ 7
Important SAP Notes...............................................................................................................................................8

2.4

Solution Overview ...........................................................................................................................................9


Software Units of SAP Screen Personas 2.0 ......................................................................................................... 9
System Landscape................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.2.1
SAP Screen Personas based on Silverlight.......................................................................................... 10
Authorization and Role Concepts - Silverlight ..................................................................................................... 12
2.3.1
Role Creation using PFCG ..................................................................................................................... 16
Overall Implementation Sequence ....................................................................................................................... 18

3
3.1

Business Scenarios of SAP Screen Personas 2.0 ..................................................................................... 19


UI Customization.................................................................................................................................................... 19

Solution-Wide Topics .................................................................................................................................. 20

5
5.1
5.2
5.3

Security Considerations .............................................................................................................................. 21


Fundamental Security Guides ............................................................................................................................... 21
Security-Relevant Logging and Tracing ............................................................................................................... 21
Dispensable Functions with Impacts on Security ................................................................................................ 21

6
6.1

6.2

Operations Information ...............................................................................................................................22


Administration and Management .........................................................................................................................22
6.1.1
Periodic Tasks........................................................................................................................................22
6.1.2
User Management .................................................................................................................................22
Software Change Management ............................................................................................................................23

References .................................................................................................................................................... 24

Media List ......................................................................................................................................................25

Release Availability Information ................................................................................................................ 26

2.3

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Getting Started

1.1

About this Document

Purpose
This Master Guide is the central starting point for the technical implementation of the SAP Screen Personas
solution. You can find cross-scenario implementation information as well as scenario-specific information in this
guide.

Note
The central starting point for the technical upgrade of your SAP solution is the Master Guide, which you
can find on SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.com/instguides.
Use the Master Guide to get an overview of SAP Screen Personas, its software units, and its scenarios from a
technical perspective. The Master Guide is a planning tool that helps you to design your system landscape. It
refers you to the required detailed documentation, mainly:

Installation guides for single software units

SAP Notes

Configuration documentation

SAP Library documentation

The Master Guide consists of the following main sections:

Section 1, Getting Started


This section explains how to use this document and related information (documentation and SAP Notes) that
is crucial to the installation of the solution.

Section 2, Solution Overview


This section provides essential information about the supported scenarios, the installable software units, the
software component matrix, and how to plan your system landscape.

Section 3, Business Scenarios of SAP


This section contains information about the supported business scenarios and processes. This section also
provides links to the relevant configuration documentation that is provided via SAP Solution Manager.

Section 4, Solution-Wide Topics


This section contains information about the Solution Manager content for the solution.

Section 5, Security Considerations


This section provides an overview of the security considerations that are specific to the SAP Screen Personas
solution.

Section 7, References
This section lists of the SAP Notes and documents that are mentioned in this Master Guide.

Section 8, Media List


This section contains information about where to find the software and documentation download packages.

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Section 9, Release Availability Information


This section contains information about the available software releases, required base software, and other
availabilities regarding SAP Screen Personas.

Note
You can find the most current information about the technical implementation of SAP Screen Personas
and the latest installation and configuration guides on SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/instguides.
We strongly recommend that you use the documents available here. The guides are regularly updated.

Constraints

The business scenarios that are presented here serve as examples of how you can use SAP software in your
company. The business scenarios are only intended as models and do not necessarily run the way they are
described here in your customer-specific system landscape. Ensure to check your requirements and systems
to determine whether these scenarios can be used productively at your site. Furthermore, we recommend
that you test these scenarios thoroughly in your test systems to ensure they are complete and free of errors
before going live.

This Master Guide primarily discusses the overall technical implementation of SAP Screen Personas rather
than its subordinate components. This means that additional software dependencies might exist without
being mentioned explicitly in this document. You can find more information on component-specific software
dependencies in the corresponding installation guides.

1.2

Related Information

1.2.1

Planning Information

For more information about planning topics not covered in this guide, see the following content on SAP Service
Marketplace:
Content

Location on SAP Service Marketplace

Latest versions of installation and upgrade


guides

http://service.sap.com/instguides

General information about SAP Screen


Personas (for example, guide documents
such as Master Guide and Application
Operations Guide)

http://service.sap.com/instguides
Focused Business Solutions
SAP Screen Personas
SAP Screen Personas 2.0

Application help for SAP Screen Personas

http://help.sap.com/personas

SAP Business Maps - information about


applications and business scenarios

http://service.sap.com/businessmaps

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Content

Location on SAP Service Marketplace

Sizing, calculation of hardware


requirements - such as CPU, disk and
memory resource - with the Quick Sizer
tool

http://service.sap.com/quicksizer

Released platforms and technologyrelated topics such as maintenance


strategies and language support

http://service.sap.com/platforms
To access the Platform Availability Matrix directly,
enter
http://service.sap.com/pam

Network security

http://service.sap.com/securityguide

High Availability

http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-7848

Performance

http://service.sap.com/performance

Information about Support Package


Stacks, latest software versions and patch
level requirements

http://service.sap.com/sp-stacks

Information about Unicode technology

http://scn.sap.com/community/internationalizationand-unicode

1.2.2

Further Useful Links

The following table lists further useful links on SAP Service Marketplace:
Content

Location on SAP Service Marketplace

Information about creating error messages

http://service.sap.com/message

SAP Notes search

http://service.sap.com/notes

SAP Software Distribution Center (software


download and ordering of software)

http://service.sap.com/swdc

SAP Online Knowledge Products (OKPs) rolespecific Learning Maps

http://service.sap.com/rkt

1.2.3

Related Master Guides

This Master Guide is based on Master Guides for cross-industry applications. You can find more information
about the relevant applications in the following documents:
Title

Location

Master Guide - SAP ERP 6.0

http://service.sap.com/instguides

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Getting Started

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Location
SAP Business Suite Applications
SAP ERP
SAP ERP 6.0
Planning

SAP NetWeaver

http://service.sap.com/instguides
SAP NetWeaver
SAP NetWeaver 7.4
Planning

1.3

Important SAP Notes

You must read the following SAP Notes before you start the installation. These SAP Notes contain the most recent
information on the installation, as well as corrections to the installation documentation.
Make sure that you have the up-to-date version of each SAP Note, which you can find on SAP Service Marketplace
at http://service.sap.com/notes.
SAP Note Number
1776739

Title

Description
Installation Note for SAP
Screen Personas 2.0

1848339

Installation and Upgrade note


for SAP Screen Personas
(Silverlight)

This note contains information


on the steps for installing and
getting started for both new
and existing customers.

1885334

Feature List for Silverlight

This note contains information


related to the modifications
made to some of the features in
SAP Screen Personas
Silverlight 2.0.

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Solution Overview

SAP Screen Personas 2.0 is based on Silverlight.


SAP Screen Personas based on Silverlight provides a simple, drag and drop approach to personalize SAP GUI
screens to make them more usable as well as more visually appealing making use of existing DynPro business
logic and without any additional programming. It allows creating flavors for transactions; group them into logical
groups, and assign them to different user groups of the enterprise. The solution provides means to define system
landscape, so that flavor maintenance for GUI screens in SAP transactions that span across multiple systems can
be administered centrally.

2.1

Software Units of SAP Screen Personas 2.0

The following software units are of relevance when setting up the solution:

SAP NetWeaver 7.0 or enhancement packages of 7.0

SAP Kernel
The solution is based on ITS (Internet Transaction Server) of SAP Kernel and hence requires SAP Kernel with
release 721 as installation basis.

SAP Basis (SAP_BASIS)


The solution is an add-on and hence relies on any of the below mentioned Software components as
installation basis:

Component

Release

Support Package

SAP_BASIS

700

SAPKB70017

SAP_BASIS

701

SAPKB70102

SAP_BASIS

702

SAPKB70200

SAP_BASIS

731

SAPKB73100

For Release 702 and 731, no specific support package is required.

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2.2

System Landscape

Since there are two components to this solution, the system landscapes for both the components of SAP Screen
Personas 2.0 are given below.

2.2.1

SAP Screen Personas based on Silverlight

There are two types of system landscape for this solution.


Single System Landscape (Minimal System Landscape)
In this scenario, there is only one system in the system landscape. The add-on is installed on the same system.
When a user launches Personas in a web browser, the request is received and processed by this system. Flavors
can be created for any GUI transaction in this system and assigned to users/groups.

Figure 1
Multiple-System Landscape
In this scenario, there is more than one system in the system landscape. The add-on can be installed on one of the
systems, which then becomes the main system for Personas. When user launches Personas, in a web browser,
the request is received and processed by the main system. On successful login to the main system, a system
selection page is presented with all the systems in which the user has a user profile created. The user can select
the system and login to it. Users can then create flavors for transactions in any of the connected system including
the main system. However, all master data related to Personas like Groups, User profiles, Flavors etc. are stored
in the main system.

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Caution
We strongly recommend that you use a minimal system landscape for productive environment. This will
ensure a smoother migration to Personas 3.0.

2.3

Authorization and Role Concepts - Silverlight

SAP Screen Personas uses two kinds of Authorization management one used for accessing the administration
transaction and the other which is used for user permission management in the Silverlight UI.
Assign Admin Authorizations
An Admin authorization is required for Admins to access the Admin Transaction. A backend role
/PERSOS/ADMIN_ROLE can be used to give sufficient authorizations to the Administrator. This enables him/her
to access transaction /PERSOS/ADMIN_UI where admin can do various activities like User Management, Flavor
Management, and Group Management etc. More details about these activities can be found in the SAP Library
documentation.
Maintain Main and Target System List
This can be done in this link SPRO > SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Cross-Application Components >
SAP Screen Personas > Maintain Systems.
SAP Screen Personas can be installed in a central system (termed as Main system) and be connected to be used
with other systems (Target systems). Both the Main and the Target Systems need SAP Kernel 7.21 and the
System settings.
In the SPRO Node, maintain the system Details like System ID, Client, Description, Connector to SAP System. The
Value for Connector to SAP System is always ITS. Once the user enters all values and click on enter, a GUID is
generated in the System Config ID which will be used as the unique ID for any System Client configuration.
Once the System Details are maintained, select the row and double click on the System Settings on the left side
navigation. This takes you to the Parameter Maintenance screen for each system. Maintain the following
parameters under System settings:
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Service.Uri Please maintain the service name for accessing SAP Screen Personas here. The default service is
/restgui.
Server.Url Please maintain the server link for the system here. For example:
https://ldfss600.pal.ess.corp:50015

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Get URL to Access Personas from the Installed System


Personas can be accessed from the users PC using a shortcut URL. As an Administrator, you can generate this
URL by following the steps given below:
1.

Goto transaction SICF.

2.

Select the following filters and press execute.


a. Hierarchy Type - SERVICE
b. Service Path - /sap/bc/bsp/persos/mainapp/

3.

Select "mainapp" service, right click and click on test service.

A GUI Security dialog pops up.


4.

Select Allow this one time and click ok.

You would be taken to the personas application in the default browser window.
This URL can be used as a shortcut to access Personas.
Maintain Roles
Backend Authorization Management is implemented using SAP Standard Roles and Authorization framework.
By default the following 5 roles are delivered:

Rendering only (0)


o IT pre-defines the flavor to be loaded for a user/group
o No flavor switching possible

Rendering and flavor switching (1)


o User can switch between flavors and get new ones from the Flavor Gallery.
o No private flavors, therefore, no editing possible

Rendering, visual editing and sharing of flavors (Bits 0-5, and 8-13)(16191)
o User is able to create private flavors, edit, and share them.

Restricted editing (All bits but bit 22) (29360127)


o Most editing features except the advanced scripting

Full editing rights (-1).

In addition, the administrator can come up with new roles. More information on Roles is provided in the related
IMG document in the Solution Manager documentation.
The following table lists down the different User Permissions per bit position.
Permission Bit Name

Permission
Bit Number

Permission
Bit Mask

Description

AccessToProfileFlavors

0x1

Allows switching
between flavors
that are part of the
profile

AccessToSharedFlavors

0x2

Allows searching for


flavors and adding
them to the profile,
as well as setting a
default

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Requires

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Permission Bit Name

Permission
Bit Number

Permission
Bit Mask

Description

Requires

AllowEdit

0x4

Allows user to enter


edit mode and copy
flavors

AccessToSharedFlavors

AllowGroup

0x8

Allows user to
group controls and
change Z-Index

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize for
group/ungroup.
Requires
AllowEditLabels or
AllowEditComboBoxes if
they participate in
Group/Ungroup

AllowMove

0x10

Allows user to move


controls

AllowResize

0x20

Allows user to
resize controls

AllowHide

0x40

Allows user to hide


and show controls

AllowMandatory

0x80

Allows user to
change inputs to
optional/mandatory

AllowBackgroundImages

0x100

Allows user to
upload and set
background images

AllowRecolor

0x200

Allows user to set


color of controls

AllowCreatePostItNote

10

0x400

Allows creating
PostIt notes

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowCreateImage

11

0x800

Allows creating
image controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowCreateGroupBox

12

0x1000

Allows creating
group box controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowCreateLabel

13

0x2000

Allows creating
label controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize &
AllowEditLabels

AllowCreateLauchButton

14

0x4000

Allows creating
launch button
controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowCreateScriptButton

15

0x8000

Allows creating
script button
controls and

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

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Permission Bit Name

Permission
Bit Number

Permission
Bit Mask

Description

Requires

recording of scripts
AllowCreateHtmlControl

16

0x10000

Allows creating
HTML controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowCreateTextBox

17

0x20000

Allows creating text


box controls

Requires AllowMove &


AllowResize

AllowConvertInput

18

0x40000

Allows converting
inputs

AllowConditionalFormatting

19

0x80000

Allows setting
conditional
formatting

AllowEditComboBoxes

20

0x100000

Allows editing
combo boxes

AllowEditLabels

21

0x200000

Allows editing label


controls

AllowAdvancedScripting

22

0x400000

Allows using
WebRFC and
JavaScript actions
as part of the Script
Button

AllowCreateCheckBox

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0x800000

Allows creating
Check Boxes

AllowEditButtons

24

0x1000000

Allows changing
labels and icons of
buttons

ShowBasicView

25

0x2000000

Show basic view for


user.

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Requires
AllowCreateScriptButton

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2.3.1

Role Creation using PFCG

Roles can be created using transaction PFCG and then assigned to the user. It has to be ensured that the
authorization object /PERS/AOBJ is attached to the role and maintained. This authorization object uses three
parameters described below.
Parameter Description

Transaction Code: This limits/filters activities to a specific transaction. Wild cards are allowed, for example
* to indicate all transactions. You can specify multiple transaction codes separated by a comma.

Flavor ID: This limits an activity to one flavor, or a pattern of flavor identifiers. Multiple flavor patterns are
separated using comma.

Note
It is mandatory to grant authorization rights to the static flavor ID SAP_PERSONAS.

Activity: The activity for which a specific authorization check is done.

There are seven activities that are allowed for a role. These activities have an increasing level of privilege. Given
below is a table consisting of different roles.

Note
It is mandatory to assign all lower privilege level activities also to the role.

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Role

Privilege Level

Activity

Description

USE

16/Execute

The user is allowed to see


and use the specific
flavor.

SWITCH

03/Display

The user is allowed to


switch between a set of
available flavors.

RESHARE

78/Assign

If the user has a number


of predefined flavors
(shared with this user),
then the user can reshare his flavors with
other users.

THEMING

A3/Change Status

The user is allowed to


update the theme.

EDIT

02/Change

The user is allowed to


create and maintain
flavors.

SHARE

59/Distribute

The user is allowed to


share own flavors with
other users.

ADMIN

70/Administrate

The user is allowed to


administer flavors.

Note
In addition to the role, ensure that while accessing the SAP GUI for HTML, the URL parameter sapie=edge is included in the URL. Without this parameter, the solution will not be enabled on the UI even if
the necessary authorizations are provided.
For example:
...webgui?sap-ie=edge&

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2.5

Overall Implementation Sequence

Purpose
The following table describes the overall installation sequence for SAP Screen Personas 2.0. This table contains
all available software units.

Process
Implementation Sequence
Step

Action

Remarks/Subsequent Steps

[Required Documentation]
1

Installation of Kernel 7.21

Kernel 7.21 is pre-requisite for SAP


Screen Personas.

Installation of SAP Personas 2.0 Addon

This step installs the SAP Screen


Personas 2.0 solution

Installation of relevant notes

Activation of SAP Screen Personas 2.0

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Business Scenarios of SAP Screen


Personas 2.0

The following business scenarios are available for SAP Screen Personas 2.0.

3.1

UI Customization

Overview
In this business scenario, the system is customized in order to enable the admin user to perform necessary
activities that will allow the business user to use this solution.
Under this business scenario, the following business processes are provided:
5.

Performing Administration Tasks


You can user this process to perform the administrator tasks like maintaining users, flavors, user groups,
mass users, mass groups, and so on.

6.

Managing Flavors
You can use this process to transport objects, export, and import flavors.

For information about technical system landscape, software units, and implementation sequence, see section 2,
Solution Overview.

Further Information
The following documents provide more information about UI Customization.
Content

Location

Business Scenario and Process


Documentation

See the documentation in SAP Solution Manager.

Configuration Documentation

See the documentation in SAP Solution Manager.

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Solution-Wide Topics

SAP provides the SAP Solution Manager as the highly recommended platform to efficiently support the
implementation of your solution. Using SAP Solution Manager will significantly accelerate the implementation
process and help you to achieve your business goals. At the same time, SAP will be able to deliver support
services based on the business scenarios designed and documented in SAP Solution Manager. Implementation
content for your solution may further accelerate the implementation process.
For information about availability of content specifically tailored to SAP Screen Personas 2.0, see the SAP
Solution Manager Business Process Repository on SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.com/bpr. On
the right page, follow the link provided in the section Available implementation content.
The Solution Manager content for SAP Screen Personas 2.0 is delivered via the support package SP38, which is
available from SAP Software Distribution Center at http://service.sap.com/swdc.
For more information about SAP Solution Manager, see SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/solutionmanager.

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Security Considerations

This section provides an overview of the security considerations that are specific to the SAP Screen Personas
solution. The solution is based on SAP NetWeaver 7.0 with SAP Kernel 7.21. Therefore, the corresponding security
settings also apply to this solution.

5.1

Fundamental Security Guides

For a complete list of the available SAP security guides, see SAP Security Guides on SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/securityguide. The current version of the SAP NetWeaver security guide, which deals
with general security issues, is also available via this quick link.

Additional Information
For more information about specific security topics, see the following locations on SAP Service Marketplace:
Content

Location

Security

http://service.sap.com/security

Security Guides

http://service.sap.com/securityguide

Released Platforms

http://service.sap.com/platforms

Network Security

http://service.sap.com/securityguide

Infrastructure Security

http://service.sap.com/securityguide

SAP Solution Manager

http://service.sap.com/solutionmanager

5.2

Security-Relevant Logging and Tracing

Solution uses the underlying softwares user management and administration framework.

5.3

Dispensable Functions with Impacts on Security

All functions delivered as part of the solution are necessary.

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Operations Information

This chapter contains important information on how to smoothly operate SAP Screen Personas. The major topics
are monitoring, administration, software change management, and high availability. This chapter describes the
tasks to execute and the tools to use.
SAP Screen Personas can be installed on any SAP system. Therefore, the general operations information that is
covered in the related Operations Guides also applies to SAP Screen Personas. For more information about
related guides, see the corresponding resources on SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/instguides
For a complete list of available SAP Operations Guides, see SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/instguides.
The operations information specific to SAP Screen Personas is described in the following chapters. The following
areas are covered:

Administration and Management

Software Change Management

6.1

Administration and Management

All the backend operations like User Management and Flavor Management are to be performed by the
Administrator. The Application Help defines in detail the functionality and steps to perform these operations.
Please refer to the Application Help in Service Market Place under SAP Screen Personas.

6.1.1

Periodic Tasks

Administrator would be assigning System and Roles to users as and when a new user is added. He would also be
responsible for Group creation and assigning users and flavors to groups. In addition, he also sets a Global group
through which he can distribute flavors to all users.

6.1.2

User Management

There is no separate User Management for SAP Screen Personas. To access SAP Screen Personas, users should
have SAP user access to the system in which SAP Screen Personas is installed. In order to login to other target
systems which are connected to the Main system, a user is required there too. For details on User Authorization
Management in the backend and User Role and Permissions, refer to the Solution Manager document.

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6.2

Software Change Management

SAP Screen Personas 2.0 is delivered as an Add-On and can be installed using SAINT. Detailed steps for
installation can be found in the installation Note 1776739.

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References

List of Documents
The following table lists all documents mentioned in this Master Guide.
Title

Where to Find

Solution Manager

http://service.sap.com/solutionmanager

SAP Screen Personas 2.0 Configuration


Guide

http://service.sap.com/instguides
--- Focused Business Solutions
--- SAP Screen Personas 2.0

Application Help for SAP Screen Personas


2.0

http://help.sap.com/personas

List of SAP Notes


The following table lists all SAP Notes mentioned in this Master Guide.
SAP Note Number

Title

Description

1776739

Installation Note for SAP


Screen Personas 2.0

This note lists the Prerequisites and


related details about Installing SAP
Screen Personas 2.0.

1848339

Installation and Upgrade note for


SAP Screen Personas
(Silverlight)

This note contains information on the


steps for installing and getting started
for both new and existing customers.

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Feature List for Silverlight

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to the modifications made to some of
the features in SAP Screen Personas
Silverlight 2.0.

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References

Media List

All deliverables for SAP Screen Personas 2.0 are shipped electronically. The software and documentation
download package is available on SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.com/swdc --- Support Packages
and Patches --- A - Z Index --- P ---SAP Screen Personas 2.0.

SAP Screen Personas 2.0


Media List

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Release Availability Information

For more information about currently available releases for the SAP Screen Personas solution, and for each
release, the SAP standard software required to install and use the solution, see
http://www.service.sap.com/fbs/availability.

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Release Availability Information

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