Author(s): Gareth M. De Bruyn, Robert Lyfareff
You do not require much effort to be proficient in SAP ABAP language if you have access to right learning resource. With this book, you can begin with your first SAP ABAP program in minutes. The book makes ABAP program as simple as reading the specification doc, analyze the requirements and start coding. This book will give you a quick tour on basic concepts like an internal table, structures & field symbols, data dictionary, and so on.
Whether you’re writing programs for HR, SD, FI, or one of the many other modules within SAP the guidelines in this book will help across all your SAP modules. To save users efforts, the abstract of SAP ABAP is put together in an understandable format. Images, examples, and code will teach you how to create database tables and lists, work with fields and calculations, and debug your code for errors in no time.
For Beginners this book can be a gateway to learn SAP ABAP. They can use this edition as a personal guide. They can learn various control command and practice them in real ABAP environment. All high level and fundamental topics of SAP ABAP required for development of SAP application are covered.
Chapter 1: Introduction
- Data Types
- Control Statements
- Logical Operator
Chapter 2: Data Dictionary
- Data Elements
- Aggregated Objects of ABAP Dictionary
Chapter 3: Macro,Include,Subroutines,Function Modules & Groups
- SAP- ABAP Macro
- Include Programs
- Function Modules
- Function Groups
Chapter 4: Native and Open SQL
- Basic Open SQL Commands
- Open SQL Return Codes
- Open SQL – Performance Rules
Chapter 5: SAP Internal Tables
- Types of Internal Tables
- Creating Internal Tables
- Populating Internal Tables
- Reading Internal Tables
- Deleting Internal Tables
Chapter 6: ABAP Table Controls
Chapter 7: ABAP Report Programming
- Selection Screen
- Events in an ABAP Report Program
- Formatting the report
- Interactive Programming
- Logical Databases
Chapter 8: ABAP Dialog Programming
- Difference between Report and Dialog Programs
- Components of Dialog Program
Chapter 9: Subscreens
Chapter 10: Process on Value & Process on Help
- Process on Help-Request (POH) : F1 Help
- Process on Value (POV): F4
Chapter 11: ALV – ABAP List Viewer Programming
- Simple Report
- Block Report
- Hierarchical Reports
Chapter 12: All About SAP Scripts
- Components of SAP Script
- Layout Set
- Control Commands
- Output Types
- Standard Texts and Graphics
Chapter 13: Smart Forms
- Smart Forms and SapScripts Comparison
- Architecture of SAP Smart Form
- Smartforms Guide
- Windows in Smart Forms
- Smart Forms Programming Flow
Chapter 14: Customer and User Exits
- Types of Customer Exits
- Examples of Customer Exits
- Locating Customer Exits
- What is a USER EXIT?
Chapter 15: BADI
Chapter 16: All About ABAP Query
- USER Groups
- Translation/QUERY Component
Chapter 17: SAP BDC – Batch Data Communication
- Introduction to Batch input
- Methods of Batch Input
Author(s): Krishna Rungta
SAP Basis is a set of useful programs and tools in the SAP landscape. It helps in integration and administration of the Database, Operating system, Communication protocols and business applications (such as HR, PP, SD,etc)
This book is designed for beginners with little or no prior SAP Basis experience.
Here is what you will learn:
Table Of Content
Chapter 1: Introduction
- What is Basis?
- Install SAP GUI (FrontEnd)
- SAP Instance &SID
- Sap Architecture
Chapter 2: Client
- What is Client ? How to Create a New Client
- Client Copy – Local,Remote, Import/Export
- How To Delete a Client
Chapter 3: User Authorization
- How to Create a User
- How to Lock/Unlock a User
- How to Limit Logon Attempts
- How to set Password Restrictions
Chapter 4: Background Jobs
- Background Job Processing
- How to Monitor a Background Job
- How to Delete a Background Job
Chapter 5: Transport Management System
- How to configure TMS
- How to configure Transport Routes and Layers
- What is Transport Request? How to Import/Export it & check logs?
Chapter 6: Patch Administration
- Support Package & Stack Updates
- SAP Kernel Updates
- SAP System Monitoring & Performance Checks
- How to trace if an OSS Note is deployed in your landscape
Chapter 7: RFC
- Introduction to RFC (Remote Function Call)
- How to Configure and Test RFC
Chapter 8: Data Migration
- IDOC:Definition, Architecture, Implementation
- What is SAP LSMW?
Author(s): Krishna Rungta
SAP ERP modules are notoriously hard to configure and use effectively without a lot of practice and experience. But as SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling: Configuration and Use Management shows, it doesn’t have to be so difficult. The book takes a systematic approach that leads SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (FICO) users step by step through configuring and using all the program’s facets. This approach makes configuration complexities manageable. The book’s author—SAP expert, trainer, and accountant Andrew Okungbowa—ensures that both you and your end users are up and running quickly and confidently with FICO. He also provides sound and tested procedures that ensure your implementation works without error.
SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling: Configuration and Use Management is in fact the most comprehensive and easy-to-follow SAP FICO configuration book in the market. It incorporates a hands-on approach, with hundreds of screen shots and practical examples, that allows a person without prior configuration training to make SAP FICO ready for use in the enterprise. You’ll find that you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to grasp the concepts explained and apply them to your work—even when the finances are complicated, such as with the ins and outs of taxes, currency conversions, or special general ledger entries such as down payments or bills of exchange.
Providing an in-depth coverage of both configuration and end user procedures, the book covers most aspects of the SAP FICO certification syllabus—SAP’s view of the module’s key tasks and procedures—including:
- Configuring and using the general ledger and accounts payable and receivable screens
- Configuring and completing closing procedures, asset accounting, and financial reporting
- Configuring global settings and enterprise variables
- Accounting for both profit and cost centers
- Creating a house bank
- Integrating FICO with other SAP modules
Taking a jargon-free tone and providing an abundance of examples, Andrew Okungbowa provides a clear understanding of configuration techniques and the breadth of functionalities encompassed by SAP FICO. And as an accountant, Okungbowa understands the needs of end users as well as of those answering to the CIO.
Author(s): Andrew Okungbowa
Thoroughly updated and expanded! Includes new coverage on HANA, the cloud, and using SAP’s applications!
In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, you’ll get up and running with the latest SAP technologies, applications, and solutions. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson strengthens your understanding of SAP from both a business and technical perspective, helping you gain practical mastery from the ground up on topics such as security, governance, validations, release management, SLA, and legal issues.
Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common questions, issues, and tasks.
Quizzes and exercises help you build and test your knowledge.
Notes present interesting pieces of information.
Tips offer advice or teach an easier way to do something.
Cautions advise you about potential problems and help you steer clear of disaster.
Learn how to…
- Understand SAP terminology, concepts, and solutions
- Install SAP on premises or in the cloud
- Master SAP’s revamped user interface
- Discover how and when to use in-memory HANA databases
- Integrate SAP Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions such as Ariba, Successfactors, Fieldglass, and hybris
- Find resources at SAP’s Service Marketplace, Developer Network, and Help Portal
- Avoid pitfalls in SAP project implementation, migration, and upgrades
- Discover how SAP fits with mobile devices, social media, big data, and the Internet of Things
- Start or accelerate your career working with SAP technologies
Author(s): Michael Missbach, George Anderson
You will then apply these concepts to hands-on exercises covering real business scenarios. These scenarios include creating a custom form from scratch to output purchase orders. Smartforms will then be introduced as an enhanced tool to output business documents. The book will show you how to apply the concepts of Smartforms to real-world problems.
duced as a platform from which every data migration task can be performed, minimizing or eliminating programming.
- Create and deploy SAP script forms and related objects
- Modify a copy of a SAP-supplied SAP script form, configure it, and deploy it according to transaction code ME22N
- Build Smartforms forms and deploy them
- Carry out data migration using the batch input and call transaction methods
- Perform data migration using all four methods available in LSMW
- Modify a copy of a SAP-supplied Smartforms form, configure it, and deploy it according to transaction code NACE
Author(s): Sushil Markandeya
7. Introduction to ABAP/4 Programming for SAP : The Complete Guide to Developing in the SAP Environment (1996)
Author(s): Gareth Debruyn
8. Quick SAP Basic Introduction End User Guide: Learn SAP GUI Navigation, Reports, Tips and Tricks with Basic SAP Skills (SAP Basics) (2017)
· Whythis Book?
Every year thousands of SAP projects implemented around the world. Millions of dollars are spend on SAPimplementation hoping to get best out of these implementations. In any projecttraining is one of the critical phase, and it can significantly help project tobecome successful. Despite the modern way of training still end users struggleto learn SAP GUI essentials. Getting training on GUI essentials might not bethe highest priority in most of the projects. Technical subjects tend to beboring and filled with filers. The main goal of this book is to deliver simpleand easy learning without any filers. If you want to start learning SAP thenskip the first chapter and start from chapter two. First chapter is oninformation technology foundation.
Ultimately all of the SAP GUI training, tips and tricks from this bookcomes down to one thing: How to be proficient in SAP GUI navigational skills.How to utilize high performances to work on SAP efficiently.
· ImproveSAP Navigation Skills
Every few years SAP comes out with new enhancement pack or new GUIupgrades. Regardless of training, newer version comes out with new features, soit is important to keep improving newer versions navigational skills. SAP navigational skills are very essentialfor new users.
· Automatethe SAP Default Entries
Amount of time will be saved if we automate entries for end users. Bareminimum if we consider saving one minute a day, its ads up to six hours in ayear, multiply this by thousands for big companies will benefits huge amount intime and increased productivity. Learn how to setup SAP parameters for user. Frequentlyused parameters are included in this book.
· SAPGUI Color Customization
From SAP 7.0 to SAP GUI 7.4 and onward user can change their colors and themes.GUI themes can be customized. Learn step by step guide how to modify SAP GUIcolors for different SAP systems.
· CustomizeUser Defaults for Date and Numbers
Around the world in many counties uses different date formats. Learn howto customize numbers and date in SAP.
· LearnSAP ALV Report Tricks
Customizable reports are available in SAP. Learn reports utilitiesincluding: filter, sum, download etc.
· FindAll Available Standard Reports
How would you like to find all possible reports offered by SAP withsingle transection code.
· LearnSAP Errors and Massages
Often users get confused by SAP massages. Learn about SAP massages,explanation and visual Icons. Learn about visual error icons and their meaning.
Whois this book for? Who can use this Book?
·SAP ABAPER (Programmer).
Author(s): Syed Awais Rizvi
– How to get the most out of SAP ABAP
– Guide for understanding and using the SAP Data Dictionary
– Beginner and advanced debugging techniques
– Expert ABAP development techniques
Author(s): Thomas Stutenbäumer
10. SAP Plant Maintenance (2013)
Author(s): Mr. Feroz Khan
Author(s): Dr Indera E Murphy
12. Implementing SAP ERP Sales & Distribution (2008)
Your Hands-On Guide to SAP ERP Sales & Distribution
Written by senior SAP consultant Glynn Williams, Implementing SAP ERP Sales & Distribution is packed with tested, time-saving tips and advice. Learn how to use SAP ERP Central Component 5.0 and 6.0 to create sales documents and contracts, control material and customer master data, schedule deliveries, and automate billing. You'll also find out how to deliver robust financial and transactional reports, track customer and credit information, and interoperate with other SAP modules.
- Configure and manage the SAP ERP SD module
- Track sales, shipping, and payment status using master records
- Create multi-level sales documents and item proposals
- Develop contracts and rebate agreements
- Deliver materials and services requirements to the supply chain
- Plan deliveries, routes, and packaging using Logistics Execution
- Perform resource-related, collective, and self billing
- Generate pricing reports, incompletion logs, and hierarchies
- Handle credit limits, payment guarantees, and customer blocks
- Integrate user exits, third-party add-ons, and data sharing
- Configure pricing procedures and complex pricing condition types
Author(s): Glynn C. Williams