Here are the guidelines to be followed in ERPLO space.
Here is an explanation of the naming convention of pages to be used.
The name of the pages have been intentionally kept to ERP PP, ERP WM, ERP MM, ERP TM, ERP SD etc. to save on valuable on screen real estate.
For sub-module pages similar short naming standard is best suited. For exmaple Material Requirement Planning page under Production Planning will be named PP-MRP. The advantage is two-fold, mapping with standard SAP application component (familiarity with OSS and help.sap.com) and saving on screen real estate as well as less typing for links : )
And any module specific master data pages should be named as xx-MD, xx being the module like PP, WM etc. So the Material Management Master Data page is named MM-MD.
When you create new pages either by clicking a link with a + icon or creating new page by clicking on the Add Page functionality, you will get a option of choosing from Template in the new page. Select the link for Template.
Currently there are three templates that you can use one for main module page (say for Production Planning), one for sub-module page (say for PP-MRP) and one for FAQs.
The ERP Logistics Operations page is the starting point of the ERPLO space. The child pages to this will be only the modules specific pages like ERP PP, ERP MM, ERP WM and common ones like Interesting collection of link, Bibliography, FAQ home and Learning Map.
Links if internal to Wiki should NOT have the typical web URL format.
for the Production Planning page link to show up as ERP PP.
which will show up as Production Planning.
If you need to link another page in another Wiki space its a bit different. You need to know the namespace (this is ERPLO, for Supply Chain Management Wiki space its SCM). Then the link will be like
which shows up as Transportation Planning in SCM.
For external links (outside of Wiki) you need to use the typical web URL format like
which shows up as help documentation
If you are sure to add or modify something in the page then only click on the Edit tab. If you have mistakenly clicked on Edit but have nothing to change (or do not want changes to be saved) please click "Cancel".
While saving make it a practice to put a comment. If you making minor changes one after the other then finish all changes (use Preview option) before clicking the "Save" button. Do not worry about consinuously saving. Wiki is intelligent enough to carry out auto-save in the background. So even if your session gets closed, if you come back again it gives an option of "resume editing".
Points is a very contentious point to discuss. There is no formal guidline but its left to the discretion of the Moderators. BTW a Moderator cannot assign points to himself : (
The general thumbrule is
Its there on your right hand side at the bottom of the panel in Edit mode of any Wiki page but also here