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This blog is part of the blogs series for the new Solution readiness dashboard delivered as part of Focused Build SP12 delivery. In this blog, we will get an overview of the Defect Corrections for Work Packages Card and the corresponding details for analyzing the card via Analytical List Page.


Please go through the following blogs:

Initial Set up and Pre-requisites

What is Solution Readiness Dashboard and Brief Overview on Cards

Defect Corrections for Work Packages Card

In this card, we can see the Defect corrections for work packages that have been assigned to the selected project. The following categories of defect corrections are displayed in this card i.e, Completed, To be done, Withdrawn, Overdue. Hover on the bar to get the corresponding number of defect corrections in each category.

Completed – Defect Corrections which have the status as Confirmed or Handed Over to Release.

To be done – Defect Corrections which have one of the following statuses Created, Being Corrected, Information Required, To be Retested w/o Transport, Transport to Retesting, In delivery and Due Date is in the Future

Withdrawn – Defect Corrections which have the status withdrawn.

Overdue – Defect Corrections which have the related Work package Due Date (SFT Due Date) in past.

Defect Corrections for Work Packages


Navigation to Defect Correction Details: Header of the card has navigation enabled to the Defect Correction Detail page.


Defect Correction Details Analytical List Page

This provides a better insight for analyzing the defect corrections in detail. It provides a visual representation of the chart and table.

Please refer to the Smart Chart and Smart Table documentation to understand in detail how these controls behave.

For the general features, refer to the following section in Requirement blog. [Link to be provided after publishing].

The filters are carried forward from the overview pages and if required, users can also apply their own filters on the below fields available in the Adapt Filter section.


Select Filters

For example, user can choose Priority field here for filtering and then view the High priority Defect Corrections for which the user has to click on Go button to further reflect these changes for analysing on the chart or table view.

Defect Correction Details

Users can navigate further to My Defect Corrections application, by clicking on Defect Correction Id field in the Table view to get more insights into the details of the defect corrections.

By choosing multiple defect corrections, users can also navigation to Mass change application with the corresponding defect corrections chosen for further performing an action on the list of defect corrections. For example, as a user I would like the defect corrections which are Low to be prioritized to High then I would perform the action in Mass Change application and then by triggering an refresh in the overview page and again analyzing the Defect Correction Details I see that my changes are reflected are immediately for the user.

Chart Configurations

Default Dimensions Priority
Default Measures  Number of Defect Corrections
Default Chart Type Stacked Bar Chart
Default Sort  Defect Correction ID (Descending Order)

Table Configurations

Default Columns Defect Correction ID, Title, Status, Priority, Category, Work Package Id, Wave, Effort in PDA, Current Processor, Architect, Developer, Tester, Due Date,
Sort Defect Correction ID (Descending Order)
Group None


Key Takeaways

  • Detail pages have a filter bar, a chart, and a table view.

  • The content of chart and table is based on selections made in filter bar.

  • The default chart and table configurations can also be adjusted by user as per their need.

  • More filtering options can be added by using the “Adapt Filter” feature.

  • Users can create and save views using the variant management feature of the dashboard.

Please feel free to provide feedback either directly here in the comment section or, in case of questions, you can submit them here. You are also encouraged to follow SAP Solution Manager tag here and Focused Build for SAP Solution Manager tag here.


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