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Acutesoft is a leading Online Training and Consulting company. Acutesoft offers quality Online training classes through our Experienced & qualified SAP Consultants working in different parts of the globe. Acutesoft do not promise the impossible, but we are always willing to help our students, whether it is in relation to their preparation for the certification exam or search for relevant employment.

SAP is being a German company, is an acronym for "Systeme Anwendungen .Producte in der Datenverarbeitung."
This is translated into English as "Systems, Applications, and Products, in Data Processing."
The SAP system consists of complex integration of different modules or applications, each representing part of the basic business process.
SAP refers to "System Applications Product" and the modules in SAP are Financials, Human Resources, Customer Relationship Management, Supplier Relationship Management, Product Lifecycle Management, Supply Chain Management and Business Intelligence. The various modules are designed to be standalone and it can be integrated as per the needs of the organization.

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Advanced Business Application Programming and this is the is the structured programming language for custom development including reports.

ABAP Features:

  • Declaring data with various types and structure
  • Operational elements for data manipulation
  • Control elements for controlling the program flow
  • Event elements for reacting to external events
  • Development using ABAP and JAVA

    ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming language. It is an interpreted programming language that runs in the SAP ABAP Runtime environment. ABAP is the main language used for building solid-state business application solutions in the SAP Runtime environment. It has evolved over the years to include Object Oriented language extensions as well.

    With the introduction of the Netweaver release, certain applications such as Portal technology were best run on a JAVA based solution, such as J2EE. SAP Netweaver also has a JAVA based runtime environment. This runtime environment runs JAVA based solutions that have been deployed to the SAP JAVA server.

    SAP has balanced its SAP software to leverage the best of either language for supporting the various applications.

    SAP Applications are installed on two different database schemas, depending on the specific application and each are accessed by the respective runtime environment.

  • One for the JAVA instance (JAVA Stack)
  • One for the ABAP Instance (ABAP Stack)
  • Course Syllabus

  • ABAP Data Dictionary
  • Domains
  • Data Elements
  • Structures
  • Table types
  • Tables
  • Foreign Key Relation ships
  • Technical Settings
  • Table maintainance
  • Search Helps
  • Lock Objects
  • Primary and Secondary Index concepts
     
  • Basic Programming in ABAP
  • Simple Output Statements
  • Declarations in ABAP
     
  • Native SQL vs Open SQL
  • Select Queries
  • Control Statements
  • Data Structures and Internal Tables
  • Modularization Techniques
  • Function Modules in ABAP
  • SAP Memory and ABAP Memory, SAP LUW
     
  • Selection Screen Designing and Usage
  • Parameters usage
  • Select Option usage
  • Radio buttons
  • Check boxes ..
     
  • Debugging Process ABAP Events Interactive Reporting
  • PF status
  • USER Command
  • At Line Selection
     
  • ALV Programming Module Programming
  • Screen Painter
  • Automatic Screen Fields
  • Validation and Message Handling
  • GUI and Screen Sequence
  • PAI , PBO, POV , POH Events
  • Sub-screens in ABAP
  • Logical locking
  • Table Control
     
  • File Processing In SAP
  • Application Server file process
  • Presentation Server File Process
     
  • Batch Data Communication
  • Batch Input Session
  • Call Transaction Process
     
  • Customization and Enhancement Concepts
  • User Exits in SAP
  • Business ADD Ins
  • BAPI�s
  • SAP Scripts
  • Smart Forms
     
  • Intro to Idoc Programming
  • Segements
  • Idoc Defintion
  • Partner Profiles
  • ALE and EDI Process
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

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    Course

    SAP BASIS

    The term 'Basis' when used in the context of SAP technology refers to the application layer of the SAP system. When you think about the role a 'Basis Adminstrator' has, it should include system administration tasks such as managing the database, transporting development and configuration objects from one SAP system to another, monitoring system performance to ensure no interruption in system stability occurs in the SAP production environment, installing and upgrading software on the servers, and system security.

    SECURITIES

    Security refers to both application security in the SAP Runtime environment and the system access outside the SAP Runtime environment. The user accounts defined for users in the SAP Runtime environment are secured by roles that grant authorizations to them. SAP Authorizations control access to transactions (Business Process Activities), or what can be performed within a specific business process step. For example, a user may be able to create sales orders, but only for their specific sales area, sales office and customer.

    Course Syllabus

  • What is SAP?
  • An introduction to ERP
  • An introduction to SAP
  • SAP AG: Evolution & Strategy
  • SAP Product Evolution
  • SAP Services Overview (OSS)
  • An introduction to BASIS
     
  • Basics to startup with BASIS Administration
  • An introduction to Operating Systems
  • An introduction to Database Systems
  • Overview of computer Networks
  • Network types & devices
  • Protocol & IP Address concepts
  • An introduction to Kernel Software
     
  • Description of R/3
  • Client / Server Solution
  • Overview of 3 layer interface
  • Types of Client / Server Architectures
  • An introduction to R/3
     
  • The Architecture of SAP R/3
  • Presentation Interface
  • Application interface
  • Database interface
  • Overview of R/3 Architecture
  • Overview of Dispatcher & Work Processes
  • The concept of SAP Instance
     
  • Landscape and Implementation Lifecycle
  • Overview of Software Development
  • Overview of SAP Landscape
  • Landscape types
  • Lifecycle Implementation concepts
     
  • Installation and Guidelines
  • Elements in SAP R/3 installation
  • Installation requirement
  • System sizing
  • Installation File Systems
  • Installation of RDBMS
  • Installation of SAPInst tools
  • Install central Instance
  • Load Database
  • Installation Database
  • Installation of Presentation Layer
  • Post installation Activities
     
  • Working with SAP server
  • Start & Stop SAP R/3 Server
  • Directory Structures
  • Overview of SAP MMC
  • SAP & Oracle Environment Variables
  • SAP Logon Pad configuration
  • Overview of SAP License system
  • Overview of Transaction & Dialog step
     
  • Management of users
  • Overview of user Administration
  • Managing User Master Records
  • Managing User Groups
  • Mass User Management
  • Managing Logged-on Users
  • Central User Administration
     
  • CCMS & Configurations
  • Overview of System Profiles
  • Overview of Operation Modes
  • Overview of Background jobs
  • Overview of Log-on Load Balancing
  • Overview of Memory Management
  • Overview of workload monitor
  • Overview of Os Collector
  • Overview of Performance Management
  • Overview of alert monitoring
  • SAP system Pro-Active Health checks
     
  • The Authorization System in SAP R/3
  • Overview of Authorization System
  • Maintaining Authorizations
  • Working with Profile Generator
  • Crating Roles
  • Maintaining Org. Levels
  • User Information System
  • Overview of Users & Authorization Tables
  • System Profile Parameters for User
     
  • SAP R/3 Client Management
  • Overview of R/3 client
  • Client Copy methods
  • Client copy Requirements & Process
  • Open / Close R/3 Client
  • Overview of RFC
  • Deleting R/3 Client
  • Client Refresh
  • Copying DB Tables among clients
     
  • The Transport System
  • Overview of change Transport System
  • Transport System Concepts
  • System Change Options
  • Working with Change and Transport Organizer
  • Overview of transport Management System
  • Configuring Systems and Domains
  • Configuring Transport Routes
  • Distributing and Verifying configuration
  • Overview of tp & R3trans
  • Performing Transports with tp Program
  • Overview of the Complete Process of Transporting
     
  • Patch Management
  • Overview of Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
  • Types of Support Packages
  • Downloading Support Packages
  • Support pack Dependencies and Requirements
  • Applying Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
  • SAP R/3 Kernel Upgrade
     
  • SAP Administration for Oracle Database
  • Introduction to Oracle Database Architecture
  • Oracle Directory structure for R/3
  • Overview of physical Layer
  • Overview of Logical Layer
  • Introduction to Cost - Based Optimizer
  • Introduction to SAPDBA & BRTOOLS
  • Tablespace Administration
  • Introduction to Database Reorganization
  • Database Backup & Restore
  • Database General Activities
     
  • SAP Printing System
  • SAP Spool system Architecture
  • Introduction to SAP Access Methods
  • Defining R/3 Printer Devices
  • Managing spool Requests
  • The SAPLPD Driver Program
  • TEMSE object Database
  • Troubleshooting printing problems
     
  • General Administration Utilities
  • Monitoring SAP Instances
  • Monitoring System Work Process
  • Managing User Sessions
  • Managing Update Records
  • Managing Lock Entries
  • Managing R/3 System Logs
  • Analyzing ABAP Dumps
  • System Tracing Utilities
  • Managing Batch Input Sessions
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    Customer relationship management (CRM) is a widely-implemented strategy for managing a company�s interactions with customers, clients and sales prospects. It involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize business processes-principally sales activities, but also those for marketing, customer service, and technical support. The overall goals are to find, attract, and win new clients, nurture and retain those the company already has, entice former clients back into the fold, and reduce the costs of marketing and client service.

    Customer relationship management describes a company-wide business strategy including customer-interface departments as well as other departments. Measuring and valuing customer relationships is critical to implementing this strategy.

    SAP CRM Technical is different from CRM Functional in that this training involves handling the Web UI configuration and customization specifically to suite the requirements of the business

    Course Syllabus

  • Overview of SAP CRM
  • Architecture and evolution of SAP CRM
  • Functionality overview of SAP CRM
  • CRM Business Partner Master data
  • CRM Product Master Data
  • Business Transaction customizing
  • SAP CRM 7.0 Ehp 1 Features
     
  • Introduction to OOABAP
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Interfaces
  • Polymorphism
     
  • Business Transaction Programming/ One order Framework
  • Function Modules for Reading Business Transactions
  • Identifying relevant FM
  • Coding using the FM
  • Function Modules for Modifying the Business Transactions
  • Identifying relevant FM
  • Coding using the FM
  • Function Modules for saving Business Transactions
     
  • Error/Message Handling
  • Message Logging FMs
  • Programming using Messaging FMs
  • Logging the messages
  • Searching for messages
  • Deleting the messages
     
  • Business Addin’s in CRM and Programming BADI
  • Techniques for Finding Appropriate BAdi
  • Implementing a BADI
  • Action Profile BADI
     
  • Introduction to Business Server Pages
  • Architecture of Business Server Pages
  • Components of a Business Server page
  • Controllers
  • Business Server Page
  • Page with flow logic
  • View
  • Page Fragment
  • Navigation structure
  • Application Class
  • MIME Objects
  • Page Attributes
  • Layout
  • Event Handlers
  • BSP Programming models
  • Basic Model
  • MVC approach
  • Creating an Online Bookshop catalog
  • Using Basic HTML
  • Using HTML Business
  • Using MVC approach
  • Debugging BSP Applications
     
  • CRM Web UI Basics – CRM 7.0
  • UI Concepts
  • Web UI Architecture
  • Business Roles customizing
  • Navigation Bar customizing
  • WebUI Component Work bench
  • WebUI Component Concept
  • Elements of WebUI Component
  • Component Controller
  • Custom Controller
  • Views
  • View Controller
  • Context
  • Context nodes
  • Runtime Repository
  • UI Configuration/ personalization
  • Enhancing webUI components
  • Transaction launcher
  • GUI Transactions
  • URL - Non BSP
  • URL - BSP
  • Logo Customizing
     
  • CRM Web UI Technical – CRM 2007
  • GENIL Model Browser
  • GENIL BOL Browser
  • Component Context
  • View Context Class
  • Context Nodes
  • Attributes
  • Getter and Setter Methods
  • BOL Programming Basics:
  • Objects in BOL Programming
  • Classes and Interfaces in BOL Programming
  • Setting UP BOL Service
  • Accessing Component Sets and Components
  • Query execution - Query Services
  • Accessing the BOL entities/Fields
  • Using BOL Collections
  • BOL Transaction Programming
  • Creating Transaction entities
  • Accessing Transaction entities
  • Modifying Transaction entities
  • Defaulting the field values
     
  • Creating a Custom Component
  • Creating a view
  • Making a view Configurable
  • Creating a View set
  • Creating a context node
  • Event Handlers
  • Inbound and Outbound Plugs
  • Navigation maintenance
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

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    Course Syllabus

  • SAP HANA Introduction and Architecture
  • SAP HANA Overview
  • SAP In-Memory Computing Overview
  • SAP HANA Features
  • Look and feel of SAP HANA
  • SAP HANA Architecture
  • SAP HANA Landscape
  • Structure of SAP in-memory Computing studio
  • Row store and column store Architecture
  • Multi Version Currency Control(MVCC)
  • Persistence Layer in In-memory Computing Engine
  • Back up &Recovery
  • High-Availability
  • Distributed System
  • Data Provisioning options in SAP HANA
  • Reporting options on SAP HANA
  • Security options in HANA
  • SAP HANA Appliance Model
  • How SAP HANA Appliance is delivered
  • Sizing Considerations
  • SAP HANA - Licensing Options
  • SAP HANA Project Implementation
  • Overview: Key Activities
  • Key Roles
  • Key Points to keep in mind
  • Administration
     
  • Basic Modeling
  • Modeling Overview
  • Terminology
  • SAP HANA Studio Features
  • Information Modeler Overview
  • Installation and Configuration of HANA Studio
  • Prerequisites for Modeling
  • Modeling Considerations
  • Levels of Modeling
  • Attribute Views
  • Analytic Views
  • Modeling Considerations
  • Joins: Different types and when to use what.
  • Where Class Vs Constraint Filters
  • HANA Studio Preview(use with Caution)
  • Impact of Query Execution
  • Demo
  • Modeling Suggestions
  • Troubleshooting Modeling Issues
  • Export and Import Models
     
  • Reporting on HANA with BI 4.0
  • HANA Reporting Layer & Connectivity Options
  • Reporting on HANA Clients
  • Reporting on HANA Open Interfaces
  • Prerequisites for reporting on SAP HANA
  • IMDB client installation
  • Setting up new connection
  • SAP Business Objects BI4.0:Overview & tool comparison
  • Analytical Reporting on HANA
  • Relational Reporting on HANA
  • Reporting on HANA Demo Included
  • Native Excel Interface via ODBO
  • SAP Business Object Analysis(Office Edition)
  • SAP Business Object Explorer
  • Semantic Layer Approach
  • IDT Vs Universe Designer
  • SAP BOBJ Web I
  • SAP BOBJ Xcelsius
  • SAP Crystal Reports
  • Enterprise Vs 2011
  • Front end tool reporting considerations on top of HANA
  • Troubleshooting common reporting issues
     
  • Advanced Data Modeling with SQL Script
  • Modeling Overview
  • Calculation View :Overview & Types
  • SQL Script :Motivation
  • SQL Script: Overview
  • SQL Script Processing
  • Data Type Extensions
  • Scalar Data type
  • Table type
  • Functional Extension
  • Concept
  • Procedure
  • Procedure Calls
  • Implementing Functional logic
  • Operators
  • SQL Script/Built in Function
  • Debugging and troubleshooting SQL Script
  • Restrictions for SQL Statement
     
  • Data Provisioning: Data Services
  • Data Provisioning :Overview
  • Data Provision Options
  • Trigger Based Replication
  • ETL-Based Replication
  • Log-Based Replication
  • SAP Business Objects Data Services 4.0 and HANA
  • ODP enabled Extractor Support in Data Services 4.0
  • HANA and Data Service Process flow for SAP and non-SAP data
  • How it works for SAP System
  • How it works for Non-SAP System
  • Advanced Data Service options
  • Column tables creation
  • Bulk loader options & config
  • Bulk extracting options & config
  • Log based replication overview
  • Technical system landscape
  • User administration
  • Authorization
  • Installing log based replication
  • Updating the SAP host agent on source system
  • Installing Sybase components
  • Deploying the SAP HANA load controller and related components
  • Configuring log based replication
  • Configure SAP HANA load controller on SAP HANA system
  • Initializing replication using SAP HANA system
  • Initializing replication using SAP HANA load controller
     
  • SAP HANA 6: DATA PROVISIONING: SAP LANDSCAPE TRANSFORMATION (SLT)
  • Data provisioning overview
  • SAP landscape transformation set-up
  • Options for SLT landscape installation
  • Post installation stem
  • Concept of SLT replication
  • Architecture and key building block
  • Technical requirement and system set-up information for LT replication server
  • Key benefits of LT replicating server
  • Transformational capabilities
  • Operations
  • Security and user management in HANA
  • Creation of users
  • Creation of roles
  • Assignment privileges to roles
  • Assignment of users to roles
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

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    Course

    There is nothing much difference between Abap and HR Abap. The way we retrieve the data from data base is different. In general ABAP data is stored in Tables, but coming to HR ABAP employee data is sorted through Infotypes. The way we retrieve the data from infotypes is different in HR Abap.

    In general ABAP we use Logical data base very rare, as in HR ABAP most of the programs use Logical data base to select data from Infotypes by using Get event. In ABAP we use read statement to read particular record, still in HR ABAP we do use read statement apart from that we have Macros and provide statement.

    Macro is pre defined code (like function module) which reads data from internal table (internal infotype) based on dates. Provide statement is like Select statement but selects data from internal table Storage and access of data in HR Abap is completely different in HR Abap comparing with ABAP. We use transaction code PA20 and PA30 to maintain data in infotypes.

    The ABAP HR is an integral part of ABAP. Generally in ABAP the following are done:

  • Table development
  • Date Processing
  • Report developing
  • BAPIs /RFCs
  • Data base update
  • Screens development/enhancement
  • Scripts and smart forms
  • Function Building
  • Java connectors etc
  • Course Syllabus

  • Overview of HR Functionality
  • LDB(Logical Databases)
  • MACROS
  • Different function modules used in HR ABAP
  • PA Reporting
  • OM Reporting
  • Time Reporting
  • Payroll Reporting
  • LSMW
  • BDC
  • Enhancements
  • Exits
  • Creation of PA Infotypes
  • Creation of PA infotypes with subtypes
  • Creation of OM infotypes
  • SAP Query
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    SAP NetWeaver is an open integration and application platform for all SAP solutions and specific SAP partner solutions. It is a Web-based platform that enables the enterprise-wide and technologically-independent integration and coordination of employees, information, and business processes. SAP NetWeaver Application Server is an open, scalable and highly available infrastructure for developing dynamic cross-company business applications. It provides the structure required to bring together business applications and the Internet. The Internet technology required to implement this task is integrated into NW AS ABAP. SAP NetWeaver Application Server supports established standards such as HTTP(S), SMTP, HTML, SOAP, and XML.

    SAP NetWeaver's release is considered as a strategic move by SAP for driving enterprises to run their business on a single, integrated platform that includes both applications and technology. Industry analysts refer to this type of integrated platform offering as an "applistructure" (applications + infrastructure). It is widely held that this approach is driven by industry�s need to lower IT costs through an enterprise architecture that is at once

  • More flexible
  • better integrated with applications
  • built on open standards to ensure future interoperability and broad integration
  • provided by a vendor that is financially viable for the long term.
  • SAP is fostering relationships with system integrators and independent software vendors, many of the latter becoming "Powered by SAP NetWeaver".

    SAP NetWeaver is part of SAP�s plan to transition to a more open, service-oriented architecture and to deliver the technical foundation of its applications on a single, integrated platform and common release cycle.

    NetWeaver is essentially the integrated stack of SAP technology products. The SAP Web Application Server (sometimes referred to as WebAS) is the runtime environment for the SAP applications - all of the mySAP Business Suite solutions (SRM, CRM SCM, PLM, ERP) run on SAP WebAS.

    SAP NetWeaver provides a basis for Enterprise Services Architecture to meet the requirements for flexibility and integration between systems, interfaces, users, and processes.

    Course Syllabus

  • Overview of the SAP Netweaver
  • NETWEAVER ADMINISTRATION
  • PORTAL FEATURES
  • Internal structure of JAVA
  • Working with JAVA stack
  • START and STOP the Java engine
  • Major roles in SAP EP
  • EP Versions
  • H/W and S/W requirements
  • Installation of EP 7.0
     
  • USER ADMINISTRATION
  • Creating Users and assigning Roles to Users
  • Creating Groups and assigning groups to Users
  • Role Upload
  • Batch input
     
  • SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
  • Understanding the Transport functionality
  • Creating Transport package
  • Exporting and Importing Transport packages
  • System Object
  • Creating System Objects
  • Creating System alias and User Mapping
  • FPN (Federal Portal Network ) Global Portal.
     
  • CONTENT ADMINISTRATION
  • Portal Components
  • Creating iviews/pages/worksets/roles/users
  • Object relation : Delta Link / Copy
  • Business packages
  • Creating custom Business Packages
  • Permission on the portal content
  • Locking the user / resetting PW
  • UME
  • PORTAL THEMS & DESKTOP BRANDING
  • Creating new portal desktop
  • Importing template theme
  • Internationalization (multi linguistic)
  • Support and messages
  • Configuring Single Sign On
  • Logon Tickets
  • Connecting to Portal to R/3 server
  • Deploying support packages through SDM and JSPM
  • How to change SDM password
  • JCO connections
  • SLD Connections
  • Configuring NWDI and NWDS
  • Activate Emergency user SAP Roles, transactions, BSP applications, Webdynpro applications from Backend system to portal
     
  • Admin Tools
  • Config tool
  • Visual admin tool, SDM tool
  • Visual Composer tool
     
  • SAP XI/PI Configurations
  • Integration Builder
  • Integration Repository
  • Monitoring
  • SLD
  • RWB
  • CCMS
  • BPM
  • PROXIES
  • SAP XI Adapter’s configuration
  • IDOC / RFC
  • JDBC / JMS
  • MAIL
  • SOAP
  • FILE
  • PLAIN HTTP
  • XI
     
  • SAP XI/PI XI Administration
  • Handling caches
  • Integrating BW server with XI
  • Creating BW server with XI
  • Handling Acknowledgement for IDOC
  • Transport XI content using CMS
  • Creation New users
  • CPA Cache refreshing
  • Trouble Shooting
     
  • BI (Business Intelligence) (BW)
  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Report authorization
  • Installation business content
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    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    Web Dynpro is a client-independent programming model of the SAP NetWeaver technology platform for developing user interfaces for professional business applications. It is based on the model view controller paradim which ensures that the business logic is separated from the presentation logic. This architecture is visible in the Web Dynpro perspective of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio (NWDS).

    Web Dynpro helps you with the development of Web applications by:

  • Ensuring platform-independence with the meta model approach
  • Minimizing the implementation effort through declarative programming
  • Supporting a structured design process by applying the model view controller paradigm
  • Providing reuse and better maintainability by using components
  • Providing graphical support with tools in the Web Dynpro perspective
  • Providing the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure (NWDI) which supports team work with different services such as source code versioning and the Central Build Service.
  • Web Dynpro is the SAP development toolset for creating professional Web user interfaces (UI) for business applications. Web Dynpro Java applications are developed within the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio using a model-driven approach that minimizes manual UI coding and uses visual tools to design and reuse components.

    Web Dynpro is based on the powerful and flexible Model-View-Controller architecture that helps implement a clear separation of user interfaces from backend services.

    webDynpro uses SAP's own interpretation of the MVC concept. In order to achieve the best results from Web Dynpro, it is most important that understand the key concepts in Web Dynpro architecture.

    If these concepts are not understood, then you may well be able to write a functional Web Dynpro application, but it will suffer from:

  • poor performance under heavy workload
  • increased time required to perform maintenance
  • unnecessarily complex business logic
  • if your application connects to a backend SAP system, then it is likely that more connections will be opened than are necessary, which in turn will create extra work load on your backend system.
  • A Programming Model for User Interfaces defines a standard structure for user interface applications and derived from the MVC (�model-view-controller�) design pattern

    A Set of Tools for User Interface Design Focus on graphical modeling where Code is generated from meta-model declarations.

    A Technology for Software Modularization with Components helps structure applications and support pattern based UIs.

    Web Dynpro Advantages:

  • Deliver an Enterprise Quality Web Development Environment
  • Minimize coding, maximize design
  • Separate UI logic and business logic
  • Declarative UI development
  • Independent of client Technology
  • Browser, smart client, Mobile devices
  • Client technology independent meta data
  • Course Syllabus

  • WebDynpro Framework / Architecture
  • WebDynpro Introduction
  • WD4J Vs WD4A
  • Component Architecture
  • Component Entities
  • Views / Windows / Interface Views / Component Controller / Application
  • Relation b/w Component Entities
  • Data Binding
  • Plugs at View level and Plugs at Window Level
  • Inbound Plugs / Outbound Plugs
  • Navigation Link
  • View Assembly / Nested Views / Navigation b/w views
  • Default View in a Component
  • Multiple windows
  • Context Mapping
  • Internal Context Mapping / External Context Mapping
  • WebDynpro Application / Creation of Multiple Applications
  • Application Execution Cycle
  • URL Parameters
  • FQDN Settings
  • Faceless Components
  • Service maintenance
  • WebDynpro Controllers
  • View controller
  • Window Controller
  • Component Controller
  • Interface Controller
  • Custom Controller
  • Services of each Controller Hook Methods and Attributes of each Controller
  • WebDynpro ABAP Tools
  • Webdynpro Code Wizard and its different options
  • Layout Editor
  • Working with Layouts
  • Different layouts
  • Flow Layout / Grid Layout / Matrix Layout / Row Layout
  • UI Elements
  • Caption / Page Header / Input Fields / Text Views / Text Edit / Check box / Radio Buttons / Buttons / Button Rows / Image / Table / Message Area / Group / Transparent Container / Tray / View Container UI Element / List Box
  • Drop down by Index / Drop down by key / Radio Button By Index / Radio ButtonByKey
  • Design Time Context
  • Understanding the Meaning of Node and Element
  • Working with multiple Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Working with properties of Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Role of Data Binding
  • Binding the UI elements to Nodes and/or Attributes
  • Kind of methods in Controllers
  • Normal Methods
  • Event Handler Methods
  • Supply Functions
  • Working the Multiple Views
  • Nested views ( View with in a View )
  • Navigation b/w Views
  • Creation of Plugs – Inbound and Outbound Plugs
  • Creation of Navigation Link
  • Firing the Outbound Plugs
  • Significance of the Inbound Plug EventHandlerMethod
  • Managing View Lifetime
  • When Visible
  • Framework Controlled
  • Creation of MIME objects
  • Role and Significance of Properties of the Node
  • Cardinality
  • Selection
  • Table Control
  • Multiple of creating a Table
  • Working with different table column cells
  • Single row Selection
  • Multi row Selection
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Managing the UI element properties in runtime
  • Binding the internal table to the Node
  • Creation of elements under a Node in runtime
  • Removing the elements under a Node in runtime
  • Data Transfer Techniques b/w the Views Component Controller
  • Significance of Component Controller
  • Hook Methods and Attributes of Component Controller
  • Context Mapping
  • Used Controllers
  • Message Manager
  • Generation of Messages
  • Report Messages – Success / Warning / Error Messages
  • Defining own Message Area
  • Changing the message options in the WD application level
  • Implementing Service Call (BAPI / RFC Calls)
  • Calling the smart forms in a Applicatio
  • Implementing the Supply Function
  • Advanced Concepts in WebDynpro ABAP
  • Window Controller
  • Window Plugs
  • Significance of DEFAULT Plug
  • Inbound Plugs of Window Controller
  • Start Up Plug / Standard Plug / Resume Plug
  • Outbound Plugs of Window Controller
  • Exit Plug / Standard Plug / Suspend
  • Custom Controller
  • Creation of Custom Controller
  • Working with Custom Controller
  • Popup Windows
  • Popup Messages
  • Data Sharing b/w views and popup windows
  • Internationalization
  • OTR - Online Text Repository
  • Concept of iViews and Integration into Portal (Theory)
  • Portal Integration
  • WebDynpro Application Configuration
  • WebDynpro Application Personalization
  • WebDynpro Component Configuration
  • Tree Structure - Tree UI Element
  • Implementing RoadMap UI element with 3 to 4 steps
  • Role of Component Interface
  • Cross Component Programming
  • Component Usage
  • Sharing the Context across the components
  • Sharing the Views or Visibility across the components
  • Implementing ALVs
  • Implementing ALV without configuration Model In the ALV View In the Separate View
  • Implementing ALV with Configuration Model In the ALV View In the Separate View
  • Editable ALVs
  • Totals / Subtotals in ALVs
  • ALV with different Cell Editors (Link to Action, Buttons, etc.., )
  • ALV with different Events (Hotspot, OnClick, etc.)
  • Working with Select Options
  • Enhancements in WebDynpro Components -- View / Context / Methods
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    Web Dynpro is a client-independent programming model of the SAP NetWeaver technology platform for developing user interfaces for professional business applications. It is based on the model view controller paradim which ensures that the business logic is separated from the presentation logic. This architecture is visible in the Web Dynpro perspective of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio (NWDS).

    Web Dynpro helps you with the development of Web applications by:

  • Ensuring platform-independence with the meta model approach
  • Minimizing the implementation effort through declarative programming
  • Supporting a structured design process by applying the model view controller paradigm
  • Providing reuse and better maintainability by using components
  • Providing graphical support with tools in the Web Dynpro perspective
  • Providing the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure (NWDI) which supports team work with different services such as source code versioning and the Central Build Service.
  • Web Dynpro is the SAP development toolset for creating professional Web user interfaces (UI) for business applications. Web Dynpro Java applications are developed within the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio using a model-driven approach that minimizes manual UI coding and uses visual tools to design and reuse components.

    Web Dynpro is based on the powerful and flexible Model-View-Controller architecture that helps implement a clear separation of user interfaces from backend services.

    webDynpro uses SAP's own interpretation of the MVC concept. In order to achieve the best results from Web Dynpro, it is most important that understand the key concepts in Web Dynpro architecture.

    If these concepts are not understood, then you may well be able to write a functional Web Dynpro application, but it will suffer from:

  • poor performance under heavy workload
  • increased time required to perform maintenance
  • unnecessarily complex business logic
  • if your application connects to a backend SAP system, then it is likely that more connections will be opened than are necessary, which in turn will create extra work load on your backend system.
  • A Programming Model for User Interfaces defines a standard structure for user interface applications and derived from the MVC (�model-view-controller�) design pattern

    A Set of Tools for User Interface Design Focus on graphical modeling where Code is generated from meta-model declarations.

    A Technology for Software Modularization with Components helps structure applications and support pattern based UIs.

    Web Dynpro Advantages:

  • Deliver an Enterprise Quality Web Development Environment
  • Minimize coding, maximize design
  • Separate UI logic and business logic
  • Declarative UI development
  • Independent of client Technology
  • Browser, smart client, Mobile devices
  • Client technology independent meta data
  • Course Syllabus

  • Web Dynpro Introduction
  • Basic concepts behind Web Dynpro
  • Basic architecture of a Web Dynpro Component
  • Exercise Hello World
  • Web Dynpro Controllers
  • Understanding of the Model View Controller (MVC) design
  • Understand the different kinds of Web Dynpro controllers and what they are used for
  • The Context at Design Time
  • The structure of the context
  • Context mapping
  • Exercise Simple Application
  • UI Elements
  • Introduction to UI elements & Context binding (Putting data on the screen).
  • Controlling the behaviour of UI elements using context binding & using a basic Composite UI element
  • Exercise_UI_Elements
  • OTR and Messages
  • Introduction to internationalization & Text Repository
  • Message handling
  • Exercise Messages
  • Exercise Messages OTR
  • Generic UI Services part1
  • Value Selector
  • Exercise_Value_Selector
  • Generic UI Services part2
  • Value Help
  • Exercise_Object_Value_Selector
  • Dynamic Modifications at Runtime
  • creating ui elements at run time
  • creating contxt at run time and binding
  • creating action at run time and binding to a button
  • Component Usage
  • Component Interface
  • External Mapping & Web Dynpro Component Usage
  • Exercise Componentinterface Usage
  • Advanced Topics part1
  • Business Graphics
  • Tab strip Usage
  • Advanced Topics part2
  • creating popup's and confirmatory dialog
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    The workflow definition is the set of rules that determine the path that the process takes. For example, how a purchase requisition is processed, from the initial request to the creation of the purchase order.

    Although the advantages gained by using workflow are not of financial nature, the time saved by optimizing processes could easily be translated into money. The quality of your processes will be assured by sending relevant information directly to the user. Managers don't have the time to search for information. For example if an employee obtains a qualification as a result of hard work or training, their Managers can be notified immediately. Cycle time is reduced by providing all the necessary information needed: people can check their list of pending tasks and determine which tasks can be completed the next day without any negative impact. i.e. A Payroll Administrator might be notified immediately of an employee address change via ESS that might implicate taxes. Workflow allows to monitor deadlines.

    ABAP developers require special programming skills for workflow-related ABAP development, as well as very specific process knowledge. With this book, you will acquire both! You'll learn the aspects of the tools that are directly related to the developer's tasks, understanding when it is necessary to use custom code and how to write this code. In the many activities and tutorials this book provides, you'll discover how your work differs from the workflow engine of classic application development, as well as how to influence the behavior of a workflow with its own ABAP programs. Additionally, you'll learn how to customize the workflow environment beyond standard programming.

    Course Syllabus

  • Workflow Introduction
  • Need for Workflow
  • Application of Workflow
     
  • Workflow Development
  • Introduction to Task, Workflow Template
  • Workflow Builder
  • Various workflow steps
     
  • Developing Bo’s Methods
  • Different Macro's used in BO programming
  • Attributes
  • Data Base Attributes and Virtual Attributes (which Returns BO's, internal tables, workareas)
  • Methods
  • Synchronous Method
  • Synchronous Method with Result Parameter
  • Asynchronous Method with Terminating Events
  • Instance Independent/Dependent methods
  • Dialog / Back Ground Methods
     
  • Various Types of Task
  • Standard Task
  • Customer Task
  • Workflow Task
  • Creating Task Group
  • Creating General Task
     
  • Task/Activity Add on functionalities
  • Workitem Text
  • Workitem Description
  • BO Attachments (_adhoc_objects_)
  • Workitem Priority
  • Dynamic ParallelProcessing applied to task/SubWorkflows, along with Static Workflows
  • Advance With Dialog option in workitem response
  • Conditions
  • Programming Exits with Classes
  • Deadline monitoring
  • Repeated Notifications
  • Escalation Scenarios
  • Logos in workitem Display
  • Confirm End of processing option
  • Word doucment type Attachments (_Attach_Objects)
  • Workflow containers
  • Event container
  • Workflow containers
  • Task containers
  • Method Container
  • Rule Containers
  • Workflow Binding
     
  • Triggering event Mechanisms
  • Event Raising via Different FM's SWE_EVENT_CREATE,SAP_WAPI_RAISE_EVENT(used in user exit,badi's,reports etc)
  • Starting Workflows Directly uising FM's
  • Event Raising via Change Doucments
  • Transferring Additional Data along with Events
  • Analysis of how to make use of events raised by Standard SAP
  • Event Trace
  • Simulate trace
  • Event Linkage
     
  • Basic Step types
  • User Decision
  • Condition
  • Multiple Conditions
  • Loop
  • Send Mail
  • Container operation
  • Fork
  • Process control
  • Wait Step
  • Event Creator
  • Local Workflow
  • Loops
  • Forks
  • Creation of Local Events
     
  • Agents
  • Rule Resolution Via FM
  • Expression
  • Organization Unit
  • Job
  • Position
  • Work Center
  • A Sample Org Structure
  • Agent assignment using Org structure
     
  • Reporting, Log Analysis & Debugging
  • Work item analysis
  • Reading & Understanding the log
  • Restart workflow after Errors
  • Restart workflow after system Crash
  • Standard Log
  • Technical log
  • Graphical log
  • Execution of workitems belongs to other users.
  • Changing the container values at runtime
  • Workflow Administration from debugging perspective
  • Runtime Buffer Synchronization
     
  • Basic Customization for workflow
  • RFC destination
  • Dead line monitoring
     
  • Miscellenious Topics
  • Consistency Check After Transporting to other systems
  • Transporting Agent Assigment
  • Setting Conditions using SWB_COND
  • Using Check Function Modules
  • Workflow Wizards
     
  • Business Workplace
  • Inbox
  • Outbox
  • Reserve
  • Forward/Auto Forward
  • Express Notification
  • Dynamic Coloumns Configuration in Inbox
     
  • Dynamic Selection of Agents Using WF_TASKs OO ABAP With Workflow
  • IF_WORKFLOW Interface usage
  • Attributes Creation & Methods Creation
  • Creation of workflows with Classes
  • Using Functional Methods
  • Raising Events via Classes
     
  • IDOCs with Workflow
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

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    Course Syllabus

  • Demand Planning - DP
  • Supply Network Planning - SNP
  • Core Interface - CIF Demand Planning
  • Model& Version
  • Storage Bucket Profile (Maintain Periodicity)
  • Planning Buckets (Maintain Time bucket profile DP/ SNP)
  • Master Planning Object Structure (MPOS) S&DP Administration
  • Planning Area
  • Planning Books, Data Views& Selection Id’s
  • Master Forecast Profile- Maintain Forecast Profiles
  • Interactive Planning Table
  • Macro’s
  • Back ground Job settings - Activities, Job & Schedule
  • Alerts Management
  • Release / Transfer the forecast.
  • Calculate Proportional Factors
  • Lifecycle Planning
  • Data Loading, Copy/Version Management& Realignment
  • Job Monitoring, Process Chain Monitoring
  • LiveCache Monitoring
  • Maintain Planning Calendar (Time Stream), Maintain Period Split Profile, Maintain Distribution Function
  • Product& Location Split
     
  • Supply Network Planning General Settings
  • Model& Version
  • Profiles
  • Calendar
  • CTM Sort Profile
  • Demand Profile
  • SNP Profile
  • Deployment Profile
  • Lot size Profile
  • All Planners
  • TLB Profile
  • SNP Optimizer Profile
  • SNP Cost Profile
  • Rounding Profile
     
  • Master Data Set Up
  • Locations (Plant, Vendor, DC& Customer)
  • Products (Finished & Components….Specific to Location)
  • Resource
  • PPM/PDS,
  • Transportation Lanes
     
  • Administrative Data
  • MPOS
  • Storage Bucket
  • Planning Area
  • Planning Buckets
  • Planning Books
  • Data Views& Selection Id’s
     
  • Planning Engines& Process
  • Heuristic
  • Deployment
  • Transport Load Builder
  • Optimizer
  • CTM
     
  • Core Interface - CIF
  • CIF Overview
  • A story about CIF
     
  • Architeccture of Integration
  • System Infrastructure, Define Logical Sytems& Assing Clients, Define RFC Destinations, Business System Group, Specify Release, Establish Traget System& Setup User Parameters
     
  • Transfer of Master Data
  • Master Data for APO, Initial Transfer, Generation& Activation of Master Data Integration Models
     
  • Transfer of Transaction Data
  • Transaction Data for APO& R/3, Generation& Activation of Transaction Data Integration Models, Pulication from APO to R/3
     
  • Monitoring& Error Handling
  • Monitoring Process, Error Handling
     
  • List of Important T.Codes
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

    Course Details

    Course

    FI: The module is called Financial Accounting, and the user makes entries for the book of record in the module. It includes the General Ledger, Tax, Book Close, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Asset Management, Consolidation and Special ledgers. The G/L accounts are also defined as a form of cost elements and these are defined as expense on revenue. In the FI module the G/L modules are integrated.

    CO: Controlling is the SAP module which allows the user to manage the internal costs which includes the cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal order, activity based costing and product costing.

    The Financial Accounting (SAP FI) module in SAP is designed to capture organizations business transactions in a manner that will satisfy external reporting requirements. Local legal considerations are pre-delivered with the system and the ability to manage and report on multiple companies in multiple countries with multiple currencies is part of standard functionality. Integration with Sales and Distribution, Purchasing and Materials Management allows for the ability to select any financial transaction and "Drill Down" to the originating transaction whether it is a purchase Order, Sales Order or material movement.

    Financial Accounting includes the following sub-modules:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger(FI-SL)
  • Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Ledger definition
  • Documenting splitting
  • Integration
  • Period processing
  • Parallel accounting
  • Reporting
  • Migration
  • Introduction
  • Advantages and benefits of the New general ledger
  • Explanation on possible functions
     
  • Ledger Definition
  • Activating the New General ledger
  • Over view on new tables updation
  • Assigning and importance of scenarios
  • Financial accounting entry view and ledger view
  • Creation of number ranges for ledger view
  • The segment characteristic
  • Creation of Segment
     
  • Documenting splitting
  • Classify G/L Accounts for Document Splitting
  • Classify Document Types for Document Splitting
  • Define Zero-Balance Clearing Account
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for General Ledger Accounting
  • Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling
  • Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets
  • Activate Document Splitting
     
  • Integration
  • Integration with FI Sub ledgers
  • Integration with Controlling
  • Integration with material management
     
  • Periodic Processing
  • Changes in Foreign currency Valuation
  • Period depreciation posting
     
  • Parallel Accounting
  • Define leading ledger
  • Define and activate non leading ledger
  • Define ledger groups
  • Define accounting principles
  • Assign accounting principles to ledger groups
  • >

    Other Information

    Course Fee: Not Mentioned

    Course Duration: Not Mentioned

    Placement Provided: No

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