AARHUS, Denmark, Dec. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hanalyzer was used to assess the quality and HANA readiness of ATP's custom code. For many SAP users, assessing the custom code is a crucial first step before the actual HANA upgrade. If the custom code is not analyzed and prepared for HANA, it will either slow down the performance of SAP or even result in programs not working after an upgrade.
Hanalyzer was installed on ATP's ECC and BW systems and, which were checked for SAP HANA readiness, S/4 HANA readiness and a dependency check. The latter checks are designed to highlight, whether custom code uses SAP function modules that are obsolete or soon will be.
As this particular case is only for assessment, ATP does not need the task management functionality in Hanalyzer. A feature designed to allow the users to plan, manage and monitor the actual progress of the upgrade.
The Hanalyzer Development Class analysis clearly suggests that when ATP starts the code adaptation process, they should focus on the ZZFI and ZZHR development classes first. According to our analysis, these fixes will yield high impact with low complexity.
With the Sprint planning tool, users can setup rules to allow Hanalyzer to generate recommendations for sprints based on a combination of many different attributes such as impact, complexity, usage, priority etc. Once the upgrade project starts, Hanalyzer then monitors the progress by constantly scanning the custom code and watches whether issues have been fixed or not.
Thomas Hartman, Section Manager SAP application development says: "By using Hanalyzer, ATP were able to confirm the extent of custom code on SAP ECC and SAP BW. As a result, we have a better starting point for planning, estimation, risk assessment and resource allocation for our upcoming SAP S/4 HANA project. ATP were happy that Hanalyzer was able to be adapted to our security requirements."
So – in conclusion. Hanalyzer did exactly what it was supposed to do.
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