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INTRODUCTION TO SAP AND ABAP/4 LANGUAGE  Overall introduction to ERP  Introduction SAP R/3 architecture, Introduction to SAP ABAP/4  ABAP/4 editor (Focus on the functionalities of new ABAP editor)  Data types  Output statements  Writing small programs  Arithmetic operations  String operations  Control statements  Parameters  Open SQL –statements {insert, modify, delete, update}.  Simple reporting  Selection screens  Transaction code creation  Data Dictionary o Tables o Data element o Domain o Structures o Search helps o Views o Type Groups o Table maintenance generator and T-code creation o Primary and foreign keys. o Check and value tables. REPORTING  Debugging techniques. o Breakpoint creation. o Watch point creation. o Emphasize on the usage of New Debugger.  Internal tables. o Declaration o Processing. o Population.  Control Break Statements.  Modularization techniques. o Includes. o Subroutines. o Function modules. o Macros  Variants.  Conversion exits.  For all entries and joins {inner and left outer}.  Message class creation & message types and handling messages.  Events for classical reports.  Events for interactive reports.  Hide and hotspot.  Creating and handling buttons.  Menu painter. ALV  Introduction.  Types of ALV  Simple report to display simple ALV List using Function Modules  Simple report to display simple ALV grid using Function Modules.  Interactive ALV Reports.  Adding new buttons in the ALV toolbar and handling events.  Working with ALV using classes (List, Grid and Tree).  Usage of latest class library in ECC 6.0 for ALV. DIALOG PROGRAMMING  Introduction to screen painter and dialog programming.  Flow logic. o PAI. o PBO. o POV. o POH.  Screen designing.  Programming in object browser.  Field validations.  Creation of o Normal Screens o Sub Screens. o Table Controls. o Tab Strips.  Dynamic Screen. o Call Screen. o Set Screen. o Leave to Screen. o Leave Screen.  Processing of list from transaction and vice versa.  Screen table and its fields.  Lock objects. INTERFACE PROGRAMMING  Why Data Transfers  Introduction to BDC.  File Handling. o Presentation server. o Application server.  Recordings.  Methods in BDC. o Call transaction. o Session method.  Error Handling in Call Transaction.  Handling Table Controls in BDC and Screen Resolutions.  Mass Updation. o Vendor master. o Customer master. SAP Scripts  Introduction.  Layout Sets.  SAP Script Elements.  Modifying standard layout sets (by using subroutines). 


1. What is ERP 2. What is SAP Enterprise Structure 1. Define Company 2. Define Company Code 3. Assign company code to company 4. Define Personnel Areas 5. Assign Personnel Area to Company Code 6. Define Personnel Subarea Personnel Structure 1. Define Employee Groups 2. Define Employee Subgroups 3. Define Payroll area 4. Assign Employee Subgroup to Employee Group Organizational Management 1. Create organizational unit 2. Setup Number Assignment for plan versions 3. Maintain Number Ranges in Organizational Management 4. Activate Inheritance of Account Assignment Features 5. Set Up Transport Connection 6. Integration with Cost Distribution 7. Maintain object types Infotypes: – 1. Infotype menu configuration 2. Create info Groups 3. Maintain Country Info Types 4. Maintain Subtypes 5. Relationship Maintenance 6. Setup integration with personal administration SAP HCM Personal Administration (PA) 1. Maintain Number Ranges for Personal numbers. 2. Maintain user parameters 3. Define Employee Attributes 4. Set up Personal Action type 5. Maintain personnel actions Recruitment 1. Create new position 2. Create number ranges for applicant numbers 3. Create media 4. Create recruitment instruments 5. Create Advertisement 6. Create Personnel Officers 7. Application Structure SAP HR Time Management (TM) 1. Define daily work schedules 2. Define work schedule rules and work schedule


1.0 Introduction ERP Concepts. Role of SAP Consultant. Why SAP is in demand? Finance Overview: Transaction, Accounts and Accounting. 2. 0 General Legder. 2.1 General Settings. Define Company, Company Code, Credit Control Area, Business Area, Chart of Accounts and Fiscal Year. Assign Company Code to Company, Chart of Accounts and Fiscal Year, Create Tax Procedure and Attach to the Country. 2.2 Posting Periods. Define Posting Period Variant. Assign Posting Period Variant to company code. Define Open and Close Posting periods. 2.3 Documents. Define Account Document Types and Number Ranges. 2.4 group and Retained earning account. Define Account Group and Retained Earning Account. 2.5 Field status variant. Maintain Field Status Variant. Assign Field Status Variant to Company Code. 2.6 Tolerance group. Tolerance Group for GL Accounts. Tolerance Group for Employees. Assigning Users to Tolerance Groups. 2.7 Other topics. Enable Fiscal Year Default. Enable Default Value Date. Check Company Code settings in Global parameters. GL Master Creation. Journal Entry Posting. Blocking of an GL Account. Unblocking of an GL Account. Changing of GL Master . Display Changes/What Changes/how it was done. Parking of an account. Releasing the parking document by changing the amount. Releasing the parking document by deleting the document. Difference between Park and Hold documents. How to see an Account Balance. 2.8 Reference documents. Sample document. Account Assignment Model. Recurring Entries. 2.9 Reversal document. Normal Reversal/Individual Reversal. Mass Reversal. Reversal of the Reversal. 2.10 Open Item Management. Full Clearing. Partial Clearing. Residual Clearing. 3.0 Account Receivable (AR). 3.1 Settings in AR. Account Group Creation. Field Status. No. Range Group and No. Ranges. Assigning No. Range Group to Account Group. Tolerance Group for Customers. GL Accounts and Customer Master Creations. Document Types and No. Ranges. Posting Keys. Invoice Posting. Incoming Payment. Clearing Open Items. 3.2 Down payments. Down Payment . Establishment between Recon a/c and Alternative Recon a/c. Down Payment in Short-Cut Method. Customer Credit Memo. Correspondence. 4.0 Account Payable (AP). Account Group Creation. Field Status. No. Range Group and No. Ranges. Assigning No. Range Group to Account Group. Tolerance Group for Vendors. GL Accounts and Vendor Master Creations(Bank Accounts). Document Types and No. Ranges. Posting Keys. Invoice Posting. Outgoing Payment. Clearing Open Items. 4.2 Down payment. 4.1 Settings in AP. Down Payment. Establishment between Recon a/c and Alternative Recon a/c. Down Payment in Short-Cut Method. Vendor Credit Memo. Correspondence. 5.0 Special and Important topics. Sales Tax. Clearing Outstanding between Customer and Vendor. Cash Discount. Integration between FI and MM. Integration between FI and SD. Financial Statement Version . 6.0 Asset Accounting. Chart of Depreciation. Account Determination. Screen Layout. Asset Master Creation. Asset Class. Depreciation Keys etc. Acquisition of Asset. Asset Sale. Scrapping of an Asset. Transfer of Asset. 7.0 Reports and Management Information System. GL Reports. AR Reports. AP Reports. AA Reports. MIS. Controlling. Controlling Basic Settings. Defining Controlling Area. Assigning Controlling Area to Company Codes. Defining Number Ranges for Controlling Documents. 8.0 Cost Element Account. Creating Cost Element Groups. Manual Creation of Primary and Secondary Cost Elements. Automatic Creation of Primary and Secondary Cost Cost Elements. 9.0 Center Accounting. Creating Cost Center Hierarchy Key. Creating Cost Center Groups. Creating Cost Centers. Manual Repost Line Items. Automatic Reposting Line Items. Periodic Reposting. Creating Distribution Cycle. 10.0 Internal Orders. Creating Order Types. Creating Number Ranges. Creating Internal Orders. 11.0 Profit Center Accounting. Creating Profit Center Hierarchy. Creating Profit Center Groups. Creating Profit Centers. Creating Dummy Profit Center. Automatic Assignment of Balance Sheet A/c and P&L A/c to profit centers.


SAP HR (Human Resource management) also known as “Human Capital Management” (HCM) and it is an important module in ERP SAP systems that supports all the process of human resource management in the enterprise. SAP HR records the data from the hiring an employee to its final termination in organization. It store the employee data such as designation, role, salary details, working shifts, address and so on. SAP HR is divided in to various sub modules such as 1. Organizational management 2. Personnel Administration 3. Time Management 4. Payroll 5. Personnel Development


SAP SD ( Sales and Distribution ) is one of the important module of SAP systems and handles the processes of order to delivery activities. Sap SD manages all activities of pre-sales, receiving & managing sale orders, and schedules, delivering products to customers, billing to customers for products sold, handling transportation and distribution of shipments to customers. SAP SD module integrates with other modules such as Financial Accounting and Controlling (FICO), Material Management (MM), Production Planning (PP) and so on. Basics 1. What is SAP 2. What is Enterprise Resource Planning 3. What is Financial Accounting 4. What is SAP Human Capital Management(HCM) Organization Structure:- 1. Define Company 2. Define Company Code 3. Define new company by copying existing company code 4. Creating Sales Organization 5. Define Distribution Channels 6. Defining Divisions 7. Define business area 8. Creating a Sales Area in SAP SD 9. Define Shipping Point 10. Maintain Sales Office 11. Define Plant 12. Maintain Storage locations 13. Maintain Sales Group 14. Define Sales Districts 15. Define Regions Assigning Organizational Units 1. Assign company code to company 2. Assign Sales Organization to Company Code 3. Assign Distribution Channels to Sales Organization 4. Assign Divisions to Sales-Organizations 5. Assign sales office to sales area 6. Assign Sales Group to sales office 7. Assign Plant to Company Code 8. Assign sales organization /distribution channel to plant 9. Assign shipping point to plant Pricing configuration steps 1. Define Condition tables 2. Define Condition Types 3. Define Access Sequence SALES 1. Define Sales Document Types in SAP SD 2. Define number range for sales document types 3. Define item category 4. Assign Item Category 5. Define Billing Types Tax Configuration 1. Define Procedure 2. Define Condition types 3. Assign Country to Calculation Procedure 4. Specify Structure for Tax jurisdiction code 5. Define Tax Codes 6. Assign Tax Codes for Non-Taxable Transactions Customer Master Data 1. Create Customer Account Groups 2. Create Number Ranges for Customer Accounts 3. Assign Number Ranges to Customer Account groups 4. Define Tolerances Group for Customer 5. Partner determination procedure 6. Customer Payment Terms 7. Create Customer Master Record 8. Customer interest calculation configuration 9. Dunning procedure for customers






SAP MM ( Material Management ) is one of the important modules in SAP ERP software and MM application module supports the procurement and inventory functions occurring in day-to-day business operations. This MM module contains many aspects such as purchasing, goods receiving, material storage, consumption-based planning, and inventory. SAP MM is integrated with other SAP modules such as Finance (FI), Controlling (CO), Sales and Distribution (SD), Quality Management (QM), Plant Maintenance (PM), Production Planning (PP), and Warehouse Management(WM).