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CyberTek Learning Solutions Flat No. 105, 1 st Floor, Riveira Apartments, Dwarakapuri Colony, Panjagutta Hyderabad
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CyberTek Learning Solutions is a Global Information Technology Implementation and Outsourcing Services Provider with an exceptional track record of providing high quality, on-budget, and on-time solutions to demanding clients. Our business knowledge in key verticals helps us provide solutions that are customized to address the specific needs while focusing on maximizing value of Information Technology investments such that clients can achieve their business objectives. We believe in fostering long-term relationships, and partner with our clients in their success. CyberTek Solutions provides End-to-end Enterprise Solution Offerings and Specializing in ERP Solutions, Microsoft and Open Source Systems development.

CyberTek Learning Solutions is also consulting, corporate and individual training provider company for most of the SAP modules.Our training is based on combination of practical and instructor led trainings.
All Instructors are SAP Certified and Industry experienced.

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Introduction to ERP
What is ERP?
Why we need ERP?
Advantages of ERP
Major ERP Packages

Introduction to SAP & R/3 Architecture
What is SAP?
History & Features of SAP
SAP R/2 Architecture (Limitations of R/2 Architecture)
SAP R/3 Architecture (Types of work processes)
SAP R/3 Application Modules
SAP Landscape

Introduction to ABAP/4
What is ABAP?
Logon to SAP Environment
Transaction Codes
Multitasking Commands
Comments
Errors
ABAP/4 Editor ( SE38 )
Steps for Creating a Program
Elements in R/3 Screen
Out put Statements
Operators in ABAP
Data, Parameter & Constant Statements
Data Types & Classification
Data Objects & Classification
Text Elements
String Operations
Control Statements
Field strings

ABAP Dictionary
ABAP Dictionary Introduction
Data Dictionary Functions
Data Dictionary Objects
Data Base Tables
Structures
Views
Data Elements
Type Groups
Domains
Search helps
Lock objects
Primary Key And Foreign Key
Table Maintenance Generator

Packages
Creating a package
Difference between local objects & packages
Transferring local objects to packages

Variants
Variants Introduction
Creating variants in ABAP Editor & Data Dictionary

Message Classes
Message Class Introduction
Message types
Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs

Selection Screens
Selection screen Introduction
Parameter Statement
Select-options Statement
Selection-screen Statement
Screen table and its fields
Dynamic screen modification by using Modified key

Open SQL Statements
Select
Insert
Modify
Update
Delete

Internal Tables
Internal Tables Introduction
Declaring Internal Table
Populating Internal Table
Processing Internal Table
Initializing Internal Tables
Inner Joins And For All Entries
Control Break Statements

Debugging Techniques
Debugging Techniques Introduction
Break-points (Static & Dynamic)
Watch points
Dynamically changing internal tables contents in Debugging Editor
Options to step through the program in Debugging Editor


Modularization Techniques
Modularization Techniques Introduction
Includes
Subroutines
Passing Parameters to Subroutines
Passing Tables to Subroutines
Function Groups & Function Modules

Reports
Reports Introduction
Classical Reports
Interactive Reports
Techniques Used For Interactive Reports
Hotspot
Hide
Get Cursor

Dialog / Module Pool Programming/ Transactions
MPP Introduction
Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program
Flow Logic Events
Process Before Output (PBO)
Process After Input (PAI)
Process On Value Request (POV)
Process On Help Request (POH)
Elements in Screen Layout
Table Controls
Tabstrip Controls
Subscreens

Batch Data Communication
BDC Introduction
Recording
BDC Methods
Call Transaction Method
Session Method
Handling Table Controls in BDC
Legacy System Migration Workbench
Different Methods
Flat file creation
Uploading data
File Handling
Application Server
Presentation Server

SAP Scripts
SAP Scripts Introduction
Components of SAP Scripts
Layout Set
Standard Text
Out Put Program
Modifying Standard SAP Script Layouts
Including Logos
SAP Script Utilities – Upload / Download

Smart Forms
Smart Forms Introduction
Graphics Management
Style Maintenance
Paragraph Formats
Character Formats
Writing print program and designing layouts

ALV Reports
ALV Reports Introduction
ALV through Function Modules

Other Information

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Web Dynpro
Web Dynpro Introduction
Web Dynpro Architecture
Exercise 1: Creating basic Web Dynpro Application to understand the basics of Web Dynpro components, Views, Windows and Components

Web Dynpro Controllers
What is Web Dynpro Controllers?
Types of Web Dynpro Controllers
Functions of all controllers
Exercise 2: Creating application to understand Web Dynpro Controllers

The Context at Design Time
The Context at Design Time
Context structure and context mapping
Exercise 3: The Context at Design Time

Defining the User Interface
Defining the User Interface
Exercise 4: User Interface: Using Layout Managers and displaying MIME Repository Objects
Exercise 5: User Interface: Displaying Tables

Controller and Context Programming
Controller and Context Programming
Exercise 6: Accessing the Context at Runtime
Exercise 7: Context at Runtime: Binding Internal
Tables to Context Nodes
Exercise 8: Context at Runtime: Lead Selection and Supply Functions

Internationalization and Messages
Internationalization and Messages
Exercise 9: Internationalization: Translatable Text in the UI
Exercise 10: Value Checks and Messages

Value Help and Semantic Help
Value Help
Exercise 11: Search Help from ABAP Dictionary and Dropdown List Box
Semantic Help

Component Reuse
Reusing Web Dynpro components
Exercise 12: Component Reuse

Dialog Boxes (Popups)
External dialog Boxes
Modal dialog boxes
Exercise 13: Creating application to open external dialog box
Exercise 14: Creating application to open modal dialog box
Exercise 15: Creating application to open window of reused component

Dynamic Modifications at Runtime
Dynamic Modifications at Runtime
Exercise 14: Create applications to create context nodes and attributes dynamically and adding elements to UI dynamically.

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CRM Technical Overview
SAP CRM Architecture
SAP CRM Technical Components
SAP CRM Versions
System Requirements

Configuring IC Web Client
Business Role
Creating Role
Positions
Linking business role to position

Navigation Bar Profile
Logical links
Direct links
Work center groups
Work center link group
Creating work enters
Enhancing the existing business roles

OOP'S ABAP for CRM Technical
OOPs Concepts
Class builder
Class
Object
Methods
Interface
Inheritance
Events
Redefining methods
Calling super class methods

Class Builder
Creating class, interface, events using class
Builder
Abstract class
Final class
Static class
Handler class

Business Server Pages:
Types of pages
Page with flow logic
Page fragment
View
Developing BSP Application
Display logo in BSP Application
Application of SICF

BSP Elements
onCreate
onRequest
onInputProcessing
on Initialization Layout
onManipulation
onDestray

BSP Global Objects
REQUEST
RESPONSE
RUNTIME
NAVIGATION
PAGE
MESSAGES
EVENT_ID

Cookies and Session Handling
Server side cookies
Client side cookies
Hidden fields

Styles
Styles sheets
Cascading style sheets
Theme

BSP Extensions
Html AND HTMLB
Benefit of using HTMLB

Extensions Types
BSP Extensions HTMLB
BSP Extensions THTMLB
BSP Extensions CHTMLB
HTMLB Classes
CL_HTMLB_CHECHBOX
CL_HTMLB_BUTTON
CL_HTMLB_EVENT
CL_HTMLB_LISTBOX
CL_HTMLB_INPUTFIELD
CL_HTMLB_LINK

HTMLB Events
Client side events
Server side events
HTMLB and Request Object
Tag Browser

Java Script
Application of java script
Java script elements
Applying JavaScript for applications
JavaScript and messages

Configuration Mangement
Configuration tool
Linking configuration to view layout

Confiiguration Types
Standard configuration
Custom configuration

Enhancements
Standard view modifications
Changing field attributes
Changing the order of fields
Adding custom fields to view layout

Fact Sheet
Overview of fact sheet

I Easy Enhancement Work Bench (EEWB):
Creating projects
Creating extensions
Identifying the EEWB Objects

EEWB for Transactions
Adding custom fields of master data
Transaction
Adding custom fields to transaction data
Transaction
BOL and GenIL:
BOL and GenIL architecture
Overview of BOL and GenIL layers

BOL Classes
CL_CRM_BOL_CORE
CL_CRM_BOL_ENITY_FACTORY
CL_CRM_BOL_AUERY_SERVICE
CL_CRM_BOL_DQUERY_SERVICE
CL_CRM_BOL_ENITY

Browsers
Data Access Browsers
Data model browsers

BOL Objects
Root Objects
Dependent Objects
Search Objects
Dynamic search objects
Search result objects
BOL and GenIL Structures

BOL Programming
Data access using BOL
SELECT
Data manipulation using BOL
INSERT
UPDATE
DELETE

Relations Between BOL Objects
ROOT Objects
Child Objects
Relation between the Objects

MVC Architecture
Creating Model in BSP
Creating View in BSP
Creating Controller in BSP

Controller Methods
Do_init
Do_init_attributes
Do_handle_data
do_ handle Event
Do _Finish_ input
Create _controller
Call_controller
Create_view
Create_Model
Parent controller
Child controller

Controller Communication
Controller calling another controller
Passing data from one controller to another
Calling a controller from a view
Displaying more than a view
Model binding
Child controller calling child controller

Interaction Center Web Client :(Version 5.0)
Architecture of IC web client
Difference between IC Client and IC win Client

BSP WebDynpro Workbench

Enhancing Existing Views
Replacement of input field to Drop down list
Initializing afield with default values
Adding push buttons to standard menus
Implementing BADIs related to the Orders

Design Layer Changes
Concept of Design Layer
Creating a Design Layer
Attaching a design layer
Benefit of design layer

Applying design layer to standard CRM Components

Web UI :(Version 6.0)
BSP Webdynpro
Component workbench
Creating Webdynpro BSP applications
Data transfer between different views

BSP WebDynpro Components
Component
Window
View
Custom controller
Context
Attributes
View area
View set

Plugs and Navigation Links

Out bonding plug
Inbound plug
Creating navigation links

Custom Controller
Application of custom controller
Linking custom controller to view
Linking custom controller to another custom controller

Enhancement Set
Creating enhancement set
Linking enhancement Set
Dynamic Enhancement set

BSP WebDynpro Methods
GET Methods
Set Methods
V Methods
P Methods

WebDynpro Events
Creating custom events
Triggering events

Component Usage
Linking custom component to standard BSP
Webdynpro components
Displaying custom view in standard BSP
Webdynpro components
Component interface


Email Response Management System (ERMS):
Overview of ERMS
Creating actions based on the rules
Assignment of smart forms or adobe forms with methods to action profile
Triggering the smart forms or adobe forms through actions

CRM Work flows
Triggering CRM Workflows
Standard CRM Workflows
Workflow log
Workflow Builder

Event and Workflow Linkage
Event Trace
Workflow Buffer

Skin Configuration
Concept of skin configuration
Standard skin configuration
Applying Skins to BSP applications

Transaction Launcher
Concept of transaction launcher
Applying transaction launcher CRM Transactions

CRM Win Client
CRM BAPIs
CRM Function Modules
CRM BADIs
CRM Tables
Concept of GUID

Overview of PCUI (PEOPLE-CENTER USER INTERFACE)

Overview of CRM 7.0

CRM functional Overview
CRM Marketing
CRM Sales
CRM servicing


Middle ware:
Architecture
Usage of BAPI, BAPIMTCS

RFC Connections
Site
Site types
RFC destinations

BDoc and IDocs
BDoc structure
Difference between BDoc and IDoc

BDoc Types
mBDocs
sBdDocs
BDocs Monitoring
Error Handling

Adapter Objects
Customizing Adapter Objects
Business Adapter Objects

Types of Data Transfer
Initial Load
Delta Load


Queues
Outbound Queue
Inbound Queue
Outbound Queue scheduler
Inbound Queue scheduler

Flow Context
Flow context
Flow services

Exchange of data with R/3
Exchange of data with non-SAP Systems R/3 and XIF and XIF adapters

CRM Integration
Integration of CRM with MS outlook or lotus Notes 
Overview of Groupware Adapter

Other Information

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Course

SESSION 1
Introduction to ERP
Business overview
Computerization of business systems
ERP overview
Overview of popular ERP’s

SESSION 2
Functional Architecture of Oracle Apps
Overview of modules in Oracle Apps
Overview of Business cycles
Versions of Oracle Apps
Roles of consultants in Oracle Apps
Types of projects
Project process and documents

SESSION 3
Technical Architecture of Oracle Apps
Software used in build of Application
Overview of three tier Architecture
Architecture of User tier
Architecture of Application tier
Architecture of Database tier
Different ways to Access Application
Tools used in Oracle Apps

SESSION 4
Application Access, Navigations and Commands
Overview of Application Access in Oracle Apps
Overview of user
Overview of responsibility
Overview of data, menu, and request groups
Overview of basic Navigations and Features
Overview of some commands

SESSION 5
Concurrent Program submit and monitor
Overview of concurrent program
Some definitions
Request submission
Features of SRS window
Features of Request Find window
Features of Request Monitor window
Monitoring Request

SESSION 6
Overview of table and form relationship
Different types of tables in Apps
Different types of columns in a table
Overview of form and table relationship
Finding related tables of a form
Finding related table and column of a form field
Finding primary and foreign keys of a table
Overview of sys admin tables and relationships

SESSION 7
Overview of Multiorg
Introduction of multiorg
Parts of multiorg
Technical impact of multiorg

SESSION 8
Profiles
Overview of profile options
Different levels in setting profiles
Steps in setting a profile option
Some important profile options
Some important API’s of profiles

SESSION 9
Flex fields
Overview of flex fields
Types of flex fields
Definition of flex fields objects
Overview of key flexes fields
Step in creation of key flex fields
Flex field’s tables and relations

SESSION 10
Value sets
Overview of value sets
Options in value sets
Types of value sets
Creation of value set
Overview of value set tables

SESSION 11
GL Overview and Tables
Overview of GL
Overview of some GL tables

SESSION 12
AP Overview and tables
Overview of payables
Overview of some payable tables

SESSION 13
PO Overview and tables
Overview of purchasing
Overview of some purchasing tables


SESSION 14
INV Overview and Tables
Overview of inventory
Overview of some INV Tables

SESSION 15
AR Overview and Tables
Overview of receivables
Overview of some receivables tables

SESSION 16
OM Overview and Tables
Overview of order management
Overview of some Order Management Tables

SESSION 17
Registration of Custom Objects
Registration of Application
Registration of a form
Registration of a Table
Registration of report, PL/SQL program and Host script

SESSION 17
Form personalization
Forms personalization: need and benefits
Understand rules, conditions, context and actions
Build rules that fire conditionally
Use validate feature to confirm conditions and strings
Know the most commonly used actions
Form Personalization v/s Form Customization

SESSION 18
Xml publisher
Introduction to xml publisher
Differences between report builder and xml publisher
Converting a report to xml format
Creating data definition, templates
Designing template
Working with xml tags and loops.
Registration steps of xml publisher report
Using report builder and generating sample xml report with pre defined xml tags

SESSION 19
Introduction to workflow business requirements.
Oracle workflow components.
Workflow business requirements.
Create and manage lookup types, attributes and lookup codes.
Oracle workflow notification components
Workflow e-mail messages and assign message attributes.
Working with functions in workflow

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Java Web Dynpro Basics

Core Positioning
Web Dynpro development with the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio
Web Dynpro Controller
Context definition
Context access at runtime
UI elements
Messages and multilingual capability
Input help
Debugging Web Dynpro applications
Dynamic changes to context and UI
Using models using adaptive RFC as an example


Advanced Java Web Dynpro

Web Dynpro Programming Model
Phase model
Dynamic action handler and complex parameter mapping
Definition of standalone component interfaces
Navigation and popup windows
Error handling
Suspend/resume plugs
Web Dynpro technology service classes
Application and URL properties
Structuring complex Web Dynpro applications

Complex context properties
Supply and dispose functions
Typed context API

Complex UI properties
Programming with tree UI elements
Object value selectors
Dynamic context visualization

Multilingual capability in Web Dynpro

Web Dynpro model objects
Changes to the RFC interface
Web Service models and Java Bean models

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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