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Marks Solutions, Bangalore

# 1861, 2nd Floor, East End Main \'C\' Cross, 9th Block, Jayanagar Bangalore
Karnataka India(IN)560069

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Marks Solutions is a leading IT Training and Manpower Consultancy organization providing Online Training, Corporate Training, Outsourcing , Development & Remote Consulting services in the areas of SAP and Other IT areas to our clients.

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Course Syllabus

ABAP Dictionary Concepts

• Tables, Data Elements and Domains
• Transparent, Pooled and clustered tables
• Buffering, Indexes etc.,
• Structure, Table types and Type pools
• Views, Search helps and Lock objects

ABAP Programming Basics

• Data Types, Variables, Types, Operators, Expressions etc
• I/O Statements, Formatting commands
• Conditional statements, Loops and termination statements
• String and Date operations and System fields
• Fields Strings and Text Elements
• Internal Tables (All Operations)
• Types of Internal Tables (Standard, Sorted and Hashed)
• Joins, Nested selects Sub queries and For All Entries etc
• Open SQL statements and performance issues
• Messages (Creating and Calling etc.,)
• Modularization (Subroutines, Function Modules, Macros and Includes)
• Field Symbols
• Revision
• Debugging programs (Break Point, Watch points etc)
• Extended syntax check, Runtime Analysis, Performance Trace

Reports

• Classical Report Events
• Control Level Commands (AT First, AT New etc).,
• Selection Screen: Parameters
• Select –options and variants
• Selection screen designing (Blocks,Pushbuttons, Radio buttons etc)
• Interactive report events
• Menu painter: Designing and calling GUI Status
• Hide, Read Line, Get cursor, Modify line, Window etc., statements
• System fields of reports
• Logical database (Designing, Events)
• SAP Query (User groups, Info Sets and Queries)
• ALV reporting

Dialog Programs

• ABAP Memory and SAP Memory
• LUW and Update bundling technique
• Screens, flow logic events and Module pool
• Basic Screen elements (I/O field, Radio buttons and Check box etc.,)
• Maintaining screen sequences (Set screen, Call Screen and leave to screen)
• Field checks (Automatic, flow logic and module pool)
• Calling Programs (Submit, Call Transaction, Leave to list processing)
• Sub screens and modal Screens
• Table Controls, Steploops and Tabstrips

File Handling

• Local Files (Upload, Download etc)
• Sequential Files (Open dataset, Read Dataset, Transfer etc.)
• Files Formats
• Logical Files and Physical files
• Data Transfer Scenarios and methods
• BDC session method (Creating, Processing, Analyzing and Correction errors in Sessions)
• Recording Technique
• BI Session features, Status and OK codes
• Call Transaction method (Options, Tracing errors and Correction)
• Background Processing (Creating, Scheduling and Monitoring Jobs)
• LSMW (Methods, Steps and Conversions rules etc.)

SAP Scripts

• Form desigining (Pages, Windows, Page windows and Paragraphs etc.)
• SAP Script symbols
• Control commands
• Standard Text and Styles
• Inserting Logos (TIFF and Bitmap images)
• Modifications to Form and Print program
• Debugging, copying forms etc.

Smart Forms

• Smart form and Form Logic
• Calling a Form from print program
• Different types of nodes (Page, Table, Loop etc)
• Difference between SAP Script and Smart Forms

Enhancements

• Changing SAP Standard
• User Exits and Customer exits
• Implementing Function, Menu, Screen exits
• BADI

ALE

• Distributed Systems
• ALE Services and features
• ALE Inbound and Outbound process
• ALE Configuration (Logical systems, RFC Dest., Model view, Port, Partner Profiles etc)
• ALE Distribution Scenarios
• Transferring of Master Data (PUSH, PULL and Change Pointers)
• Filtering concepts (IDOC and Segment filtering, Message reduction)

IDOC

• Features and structure of IDOC
• Idoc type and Message type
• Segment definition and components
• Creating Segments
• Creating Idoc types (Basics Type nd Extension)
• Crating Message types and Process codes
• Developing Selection and Posting programs
• Idoc Enhancements

RFC

• Indroduction of RFC
• Communication mechanisms through RFC
• ABAP interfaces (RFC,tRFC, ARFC)
• Difference between tRFC and ARFC

BAPI

• SAP Business Objects
• Business Object Builder and BOR
• Features and applications of BAPI
• Creating Business Object types
• Developing BAPIs
• Working with a standard BAPI

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

ABAP Introduction:

             • Introduction
             • What is SAP R/3? SAP R/3 architecture and Where ABAP fits in
                ABAP Work bench – Basics
             • Data types and Data objects
             • Internal tables
             • Subroutines
             • Function modules

Data dictionary Objects

             • Data base tables
             • Views

ABAP Reporting – SE38

             • Sample programs

Data transfer methods

             • Session and Call transaction method
             • BAPI

Performance tuning & Debugging

             • SQL trance
             • Extended programming check
             • Break points and debugging methods

HR-ABAP Content:

HCM Overview

             • Components of HR Module
             • Over view of HR modules
             • How HR is different from Other Module

HR Programming

             • Logical database PNP/PNPCE
             • Structure of Database Tables in HR module (Infotypes)
             • Infotype Structure
             • Time constraints in HR
             • Infotypes - Data retrieval
             • Repetitive Structure and List Display
             • Macros in HR

Working with Infotypes

             • Customer Infotypes of OM & PA Modules
             • Standard Infotype Enhancements

OM & PA modules

             • Enterprise structure
             • Personal structure
             • OM relation ships
             • PA reports
             • OM reports

Pay roll Module

             • Payroll Basics
             • Working with clusters
             • Payroll process
             • Payroll reporting – Using function modules
             • Retro and off cycle payroll importance

Time Management Module

             • Positive and Negative time managements
             • Absence and Attendance Maintenance
             • Time Management Reports
             • Time data uploads against the time quotas

Recruitment Module

             • Reporting in recruitment module
             • Custom Infotypes for recruitment module

HR Authorizations

             • Authorizations in SAP
             • Structural/Structural authorizations

Reporting tools

              • SAP Query

Miscellaneous Topics

              • Features
              • Number range maintenance
              • Enhancements in HR

ESS & MSS – Overview & Significance

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

Web Dynpro View

 

          • UI Elements of the View
          • Structure of the View Context
          • Data Binding
          • UI Element Actions
          • Action Event Handlers
          • Context Mapping

Programming Controller Methods

          • Reference Variable WD_CONTEXT
          • Reference Variable WD_THIS and Local Controller Interface
          • Methods of the Local Controller Interface
          • Web Dynpro Runtime APIs
          • Filling the Context
          • Create Selection screen
          • Validation on selection screen
          • Check boxes and Radio button
          • Create web Dynpro component
          • Creating context in component controller
          • Design view
          • Implementation of the Methods
          • Embedding View to window
          • Debugging Web Dynpro application
          • Web Dynpro Window
          • Navigation Between Two Views
          • Web Dynpro Application

Advanced Concepts:

          • Creating a Service Call
          • Using a Service Call
          • Calling Dialog Boxes of the Same Component
          • Calling a Confirmation Dialog Box
          • Data Binding of User Interface Element Properties
          • ABAP Dictionary Search Help
          • OVS Input Help
          • OTR and Messages
          • Integration of Messages in the Message Log
          • File Export
          • Web Dynpro Tab strips
          • Table control

Cross Component Programming:

          • Controllers of a Web Dynpro Component
          • Navigation Through Window Plugs
          • Cross-Component Context Mapping
          • Creating a Web Dynpro Component Interface Definition

Integrating Forms:


          • Integrating a PDF Form in a Web Dynpro Application
          • Interactive Form Use
          • Overview Adobe forms


SAP List Viewer in Web Dynpro for ABAP


          • Integration of the ALV in Your Application
          • Predefining Standard ALV Functions
          • Methods and Events of the Interface Controller
          • Appearance of ALV Output

Portal Integration ( Optional )

          • Binding to Portal: Prerequisites
          • Integrating an Application in the Portal
          • Portal Events
          • Portal Navigation

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

Introduction to SAP R/3 Basis:
            • What is Basis?
            • Introduction to SAP R/3 Client / Server Technology and SAP R/3 Architecture
            • Roles and Responsibilities of Basis Consultants
            • Database Service. Application Services, Presentation Services
            • Introduction to OS Concepts
            • Introduction to SAP R/3 Hardware Concepts : The CPU
            • Introduction to SAP R/3 Hardware Concepts : Storage
            • Available SAP R/3 Platforms – Windows NT
            • SAP R/3 Networking issues

Architecture of SAP R/3 Application Server

           • SAP R/3 Application Server Architecture
           • Dialog Server
           • Update Server
           • SAP R/3 Work Process – Overview
           • Managing SAP R/3 Work Processes

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Client

           • Introduction to Client
           • Creating Client
           • Client Copy ( Local, Remote, Export and Import )
           • Dropping a Client

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – User Managements

          • Creating User
          • Authorizations
          • Profiles and Activity Groups
          • Locking and Unlocking a User
          • Introduction to profile Generator
          • Profile Management ( Single and Composite )
          • Limiting Logon Attempts
          • Setting Password Controls
          • Maintaining User defaults & Options

SAP R/3 Administrator Tasks – Background Jobs

          • Jobs Definition
          • Start Date
          • Job Steps
          • Job Monitoring
          • Deleting a Job

PROFILE AND OPERATION MODES

          • Default profile
          • Startup profile
          • Instance profile
          • Data Archiving
          • Spooling
          • Front end computer spooling
          • Access method

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – CCMS

          • OS Monitoring
          • DB Monitoring
          • Alerts

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Memory Management and Miscellaneous

          • Introduction to SAP R/3 Virtual Memory
          • SAP R/3 Buffers
          • SAP R/3 Memory Management System
          • Remote Function Call ( RFC )
          • Dump Analysis
          • Sys Log

Types of R/3 Systems and System Landscape

          • Development (DEV). Testing (QTST). Production ( PROD )
          • Single System Landscape
          • Two System Landscape
          • There System Landscape

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Change and Transport System

          • Customizing
          • ABAP/4 Workbench
          • Change Request
          • Recording Changes
          • Transportation

Transport Management System ( TMS )

           • TMS Domain
           • TMS Domain Controller
           • Transport Groups
           • Transport Layer
           • Transport Route
           • Transport Directory
           • Virtual Systems
           • SAP R/3 Repository

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Patch Administration

           • Overview of Support Packages
           • Introduction to Applying SAP Patches
           • Introduction to Applying Kernel Patches

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – SAP-DBA

           • Oracle Server Architecture Overview
           • Oracle Server Startup/Shutdown
           • Table space Administration
           • SAP R/3 Reorganization of an Oracle Database
           • SAP R/3 Restore and Recovery of an Oracle Database
           • Startup and Shutdown of database

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Database Analysis

           • Size
           • Free Space
           • Growth History
           • Statistics

SAP R/3 Installation

            • Installing SAP R/3 on Windows Server 2003 / XP – Preparation
            • Installing SAP R/3 on Windows Server 2003 / XP– Installation
            • Installing SAP R/3 on Windows Server 2003 / XP – Post Installation
            • Language Transport
            • Installing Database Server and Application Server
            • Installing Presentation Server ( SAP GUI ) & Accessing SAP R/3 from PC
            • Starting and Stopping R/3 System

SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Installing an application server
            • Installing an application server
            • Changing Parameters

Review of T – Codes SAP R/3 Administrative Task Wide

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

  • Installation, setup and upgrades
        • Components of GRC Access Control
        • Configuring RAR
        • Segregation of duties (SoD) analysis
        • Rule design, configuration and testing
        • Access violation remediation
        • Firefighter(SPM) access setup
        • Custom report development
        • Mitigation Controls Assessment & Improvement
        • Configuring Role Expert
        • SAP security role design using role expert
        • Working with SAP CUP
       • GRC Repository

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

SAP CRM Technical ( Web UI & Middleware )training Details:

I. Basics of SAP CRM

            Basic SAP GUI Navigation
            Introduction to SAP CRM
            CRM Functional Overview
            Master Data
            Transactional Data

II. Object Oriented ABAP ( OO ABAP )

            Classes
            Methods
            Inheritance
            Polymorphism
            Interfaces
            Events
            Exceptions ( Class Level & Method Level )
            Building Global Class

III. BSP ( Business Server Pages )

            Page Flow Logic
            MVC ( Model View Controller )

IV. CRM 2007 Web UI

            Generic Interaction Layer ( Basics )
            Business Object Layer
            Presentation Layer
            Simple Objects
            UI Component Development and Enhancement Concepts
            Views
            View Sets
            Custom Controller

V. CRM 2007 Web UI .. ( Continued )

           Window
           Navigation Links
           Component Interface and Usage of Components
           Cross Component Navigation
           Editable Overview Pages
           Form View
           Table View
           Enhancement of Data Model with Application Enhancement Tool ( CRM 7.0 )

VI. CRM 2007 Web UI .. ( Continued )

           Component Set
           Enhancement Set
           Enhancement of Generic Interaction Layer Component
           Component Enhancement Examples.
           Global Data Context
           Pop up Windows
           UI Configuration
           Transaction Launcher.

VII. Profitability Analysis Configuration

VIII. Easy Enhancement Workbench.

IX. Actions

X. BADI

XI. Middleware

            Introduction to CRM Architecture and Middleware
            Connection to SAP Back-end system to as SAP CRM System
            CRM Middleware / Administration Console
            Messaging BDOC.
            Initial Load
            Delta Load
            Request / Data Flow
            Configuration & Monitoring
            Custom Data Exchange between CRM and ECC
            BDOC Extensions.

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Introduction to SAP Business Intelligence

 

                 • BI Architecture / BI Platform
                 • Enterprise Data warehousing / Data Modelling
                 • Enterprise Reporting, Query and Analysis
                 • Data Acquisition / Data Extraction

II. Enterprise Data warehousing
                 • Transaction Data Loading
                 • Master Data Loading Attributes, Texts and Hierarchies
                 • Types of Info provider
                            o Info cubes
                            o DSO/ODS Objects
                            o Info objects as Info providers
                            o Info sets
                            o Multi providers
                            o Virtual Providers
                 • Star Schema and Extended Star Schema
                            o Multidimensional Modelling
                            o Entity Relationship modelling
                 • Differentiating between 3.x version and 7.0 version.
                 • Open Hub Destination
                 • Routines
                 • Business Content and its Relevance
                 • Performance Tuning
                             o Aggregates
                             o Compression
                             o Indexing etc.
                 • Analysis Process Designer
                 • Process Chains and other Modelling Features
                 • Authorization And Transportation

III. Data Acquisition / Data Extraction
                 • Logistics Extraction
                 • Generic Extraction
                 • Enhancing Standard Data Sources
                 • Delta Mechanism

IV. Enterprise Reporting, Query and Analysis

                • Introduction to BEX Query Designer/ BEX Analyser and other Reporting Tools
                • Free Characteristic and Filter
                • Restricted Key Figures and Calculated Key figures
                • Variables and Structures
                • Exceptions, Conditions, RRI
                • Information Broadcasting and other Reporting Features
                • Performance Tuning of Query
                • Brief about Web Reporting and Report Designer
                • Overview on Business Objects

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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Course Syllabus

I.Introduction to SAP NetWeaver Technology

           Building Blocks of SAP Netweaver
           Web AS Architecture.

II.Introduction to SAP Exchange Infrastructure

           Process Integration with SAP XI 3.0 (PI 7.1)
           Architecture of SAP XI 3.0 (PI 7.1)

III.System Landscape Directory

           Architecture of SLD
           Describing Technical Systems & Business Systems
           Landscapes and Software catalog

IV.Integration Repository:

           Introduction to Integration Repository
           Organization of Design Objects in IR
           Creating Repository’ Objects.
           Data types
           Message types
           Message Interfaces
           Mapping Objects
           Mapping Templates etc..
           Importing RFC & IDOC Interfaces
           Developing” with Imported Interface Objects
           Message types across components

V.Mappings:

           Overview
           Mapping Programs in SAP XI 3.0 (XI 7.0)
           Java Mapping
           XSLT Mapping
           ABAP Mapping (Concepts)
           Message Mapping
           Mapping Functions
           User Defined Functions
           Multi Mapping

VI.Integration Directory:

            Introduction to Integration Directory
            Describing Systems and Services
            Configuring Internal Company Process
            Configuring Cross-Company Process
            Configuring Communication channels
            Logical Routing and Technical Routing
            Transports between the Test and Productive Landscape

VII.Runtime:

            Introduction to Integration Server
            Processing Steps of Integration Engine
            Proxy Runtime
            Using Runtime Workbench
            Message Monitoring
            Component Monitoring
            End-to-End Monitoring

VIII.Integration Process (ccBPM):

            Introduction to Integration Process
            Arch. of ccBPM
            Designing Integration Process
            Controlling the process flow
            Time control and Exception Handling
            Message Bundling
            Sync/Async. Communications
            Configuring Integration Process
            Monitoring the execution of integration Process

IX.Adapters:

            Adapter Framework, Adapter Engine and ADK
            File Adapter
            JDBC Adapter
            RFC Adapter
            IDOC Adapter
            Plain HTTP Adapter
            SOAP Adapter
            XI Adapter
            Overview Of other Adapters

X.Scenarios:

            File 2 File
            FCC 2 File
            FIle 2 Fcc
            FCC 2 FCC
            File 2 Jdbc
            Jdbc 2 File
            Jdbc 2 Jdbc
            File 2 idoc
            Idoc 2 File
            File 2 mail
            Mail 2 File
            File 2 Rfc
            Soap 2 RFC
            http 2 rfc
            File 2 Fil e(BPM)
            Merging (1:n) BPM
            Spliting (n:1) BPM

            Proxy Scenarios
            and some other related scenarios

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Course Syllabus

Introduction:

            • Workflow Terminology
            • Use of workflow and workflow templates
            • Basic Customizing settings in the SAP Business Workflow system
            • Inboxes: - Possible inboxes for work items

Inboxes: - Possible inboxes for work items

            • Introduction to Task, Workflow Template
            • Agent assignments
            • Workflow Builder
            • Various workflow steps
            • Containers & Binding

Business Object Enhancement

            • Object Oriented Programming – Concept
            • Attributes, Methods & Events – Programming
            • Macros and their usage
            • Event Linkage
            • Triggering Events


Triggering Events


            • A Sample Org Structure
            • Agent assignment using Org structure
            • Role Resolution


Reporting , Log Analysis & Debugging


             • Work item analysis
             • Reading & Understanding the log
             • Restart workflow after error


Important Techniques


             • Check Function Module
             • Deadline Monitoring
             • Startup Condition

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

  • SAP R/3, Netweaver Technologies SAP Security
  • Elements of SAP Authorization Concepts
  • User Master Record
  • Working with Profile Generator (Roles, Composite Roles, Derived Roles, Customizing Roles)
  • Access Control and User administration (password Rules, special users, Authorization Administration)
  • Analysis and monitoring functions.
  • Special Authorization Components (Express Profile Gen)
  • Transport of authorization components
  • Automation of initial Loads
  • Central User Administration
  • Configuring and Using Basis Security Audit Tools Configuration of the Audit Log Reading the Audit Log
  • Controlling Transaction Codes, Tables, Programs
  • Auditing the protection of transaction code execution
  • Auditing the protection of direct table access
  • Auditing the protection of direct program execution Auditing the protection of developer access
  • Securing User and Group Administration
  • User Information System for Audits
  • Decentralized security approaches Trace tools for users that can be used to support audits
  • Auditing standard SAP users Auditing user related security parameters
  • Change Management and Security SAP recommended system landscape
  • Approval processes for change management
  • Auditing system change options and client change options
  • Roles and responsibilities for change management
  • Securing System Administration Services in Production
  • Auditing security for background processing
  • Auditing security for spool, operating system commands
  • System authorizations required for end-users
  • Auditing RFC destinations
  • BW Security Review
  • Enterprise Portals Security Review
  • HR Security Review
  • SECATT script for Mass user creation
  • Background job monitoing
  • Profile parameters for the security

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

Day 1

  Introduction, Evaluation of Solman, Different Modules in Solman and there Introduction
Day 2   Setting Up Solution Landscapes, System Landscape, Generate RFC Destination, Logical Components, Solution Landscapes & Solution Directory
Day 3   Adminstrative tools, Project Administration,
Day 4   Business Blue Print and Configuration Phase
Day 5   Test Plan Management , Project Reporting
Roadmaps, Creating Roadmaps, Roadmaps Definition, Roadmaps Authorizations
Day 6   Service Desk: Concept and process, Activate the related services, Activate BC Sets, Fetch SAP Components, Assign the Number Ranges for ABA Notification, Assign Number Range for Service Desk Messages, Configure the ABA Messages, Defining Service Desk Destinations in the Solution Manager System, Schedule the Background Jobs in Solution Manager, Configuration in Satellite Systems
     
Day 7   CRM Master Data: Create Business partner, Create Sold to party, Create System Administrator, Create Key User, Create Support team, Create Message Processor
Day 8   ChaRM setup: Activate BC Sets, Maintain Number Ranges, Create Business Partner, Generate RFC Destinations, Create Logical Component
Day 9   Activities for the Transport: Activating Transport Control, Configuring the Transport Strategy, Check TMS Parameters, Create Transport Layer, Create Transport Route, Assign Transport Layer to Client, Setting the Mandatory Project Assignment
Day 10   Project setting: Create Project for ChaRM, Check your project for correct Charm settings, Best Process Flow of all Change
Day 11   BPM: Intoduction, check for prerequisites, Landscape Strategy, check local RFC connections, check roles for users, check settings in managed system, Create monitoring solution, Navigate into solution directory, Assign logical component.
Day 12   BPM: Create Business Process for BPM, Document data flow, Create BPM for OTC, Load monitor, Creating and generating monitoring on OTC scenario
    BPM: Setup monitoring for background Jobs, setup Monitoring for Idocs
Day 13   Service level Reporting:Design and approval of Service level Agreements, Setup SL Reporting, Post processing of service level Reports,
Day 14   Central Performance History & SLR
Day 15   Early watch Alerts, Central system monitoring and MOPZ

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

A. Components of Financial Accounting (FI)
1. Organizational Elements/Basic Settings
2. General Ledger (FI-GL)
3. Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
4. Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
5. Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
6. Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
7. Special Purpose Ledger (FI-SL)

1.Organizational Elements/Basic Settings

a. Company Code
b. Business Area
c. Chart of Accounts
d. Variant Principle
e. Fiscal Year Variant

2.General Ledger (FI-GL)

a. G/L Master Records
b. Account Groups
c. Reconciliation Accounts
d. Document Control Overview
e. Automatic Account Assignments
f. TAX Procedures

3.Accounts Payable (FI-AP)

a. Vendor Master Records
b. Account Groups
c. Integration with Materials Management
d. Document Control Overview
e. Automatic Account Assignments
f.  TAX Procedures
g. Payment Procedures

4.Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)

a. Customer Master Records
b. Account Groups
c. Integration with Sales & Distribution
d. Document Control Overview
e. Automatic Account Assignments
f. TAX Procedures
g. Credit Management
h. Dunning Procedures

5.Bank Accounting (FI-BL)

a. Bank Master Records
b. Bank G/L Accounts
c. Cash Ledgers
d. Bank Reconciliation
e. Automatic Account Assignments

6.Asset Accounting (FI-AA)

a. Asset Master Records
b. Asset Class
c. Depreciation Areas
d. Document Control Overview
e. Automatic Account Assignments
f. TAX Procedures
g. Depreciation Run

7.Special Purpose Ledger (FI-SL)

a. Reporting Requirements
b. Characteristics & Key Figures
c. Table Requirements
d. Adjustment Postings
e. Validations, Substitutions and Rules
f. Sets & Variables

B. Components of Controlling (CO)

1. Cost Element Accounting (CO-OM-CEL)
2. Cost Center Accounting (CO-OM-CCA)
3. Internal Orders (CO-OM-OPA)
4. Profit Center Accounting (EC-PCA)
5. Activity-Based-Accounting (CO-OM-ABC)

1.Cost Element Accounting (CO-OM-CEL)

a. Different categories of Cost Elements
b. Automatic Creation of Cost Elements
c. Various uses of Cost Elements

2.Cost Centre Accounting (CO-OM-CCA)

a. Overview of Controlling
b. CO Components
c. Cost Centres
d. Standard Hierarchy
e. Cost Centre Groups
f. Account Assignments
g. Assessment, Distribution & Reposting
h. Period-End Closing

3.Internal Order (CO-OM-OPA)

a. Overview of Internal Order
b. Order Master Records
c. Order Settlement
d. Period-End Closing

4.Profit Centre Accounting (CO-PCA)
a. Overview of Profit Centre Structure
b. Standard Hierarchy
c. Profit Centre Assignments
d. Profit Centre Analysis

5.Activity Based Accounting (CO-OM-ABC)
a. Activity Profiles
b. Push & Pull Approach
c. Business Profiles.

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

Module I : Treasury & Risk Managment Duration : 55 hrs

              1 TRM Overview
              2 Masterdata (BP, ..)
              3 Transaction Manager
              4 Money Market Overview
              5 Business Process
              6 Types of Instrument
              7 Customization of Money Market
              8 Easy Access Vs. Business Process
              9 Transactional posting by TBB1 etc. and reversals
            10 Treasury Payments
            11 Foreign Exchange Overview
            12 Business Process
            13 Types of Instrument
            14 Customization of Forex
            15 Easy Access Vs. Business Process
            16 Internal Forex Deals
            17 Hedge Mangement
            18 Hedge Process
            19 Hedge instrument Creation
            20 Hedge Dedesignation
            21 Securities Overview
            22 Securities Master Data
            23 Business Process
            24 Types of Instrument
            25 Customization of Securities
            26 Easy Access Vs. Business Process
            27 Market Risk Analyzer
            28 Technical Theory
            29 Types of Analysis
            30 Easy Access Vs. Business Process
            31 Credit Risk Analyzer (CRA)
            32 Business Requirement
            33 Limit Management
            34 Customizaiton of CRA

Module II : In House Cash Duration : 50 hrs

             1 IHC Overview
             2 System overview, interfacing, flows messages.
             3 Internal Payment Processes
             4 Internal Payment Types
             5 Manual Payments entry by sector (Internal)
             6 External Payment Processes
             7 External Payment Types
             8 Masterdata
             9 External Bank Account Structuring
           10 Routing of payments
           11 Bankstatement processing (External, Internal)
           12 Rejection Messages
           13 Finstas (Structure, Examples..)
           14 PEXR2002 (Structure, Examples..)
           15 SYSTAT01
           16 EOD and Month End Processing

Module III : Cash & Liquidity Management Duration : 40 hrs

            1 Cash Management Overview
            2 Business Process
            3 Customization - Planning types, Planning Groups
            4 Basic Settings
            5 Structuring
            6 Manual Memo Records
            7 Cash Concentration
            8 Liquidity Forecast

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

I. Master data:

•    Organizational Structures
•    Business Parterns

II. Sales Processing:

•    Creating and processing sales orders
•    Sales document types
•    Item categories
•    Schedule line categories
•    Partner determination
•    Contracts and scheduling agreements
•    Incompletion logs
•    Material determination, material listing/exclusion
•    Free goods

III. Delivery Processing:

•    Creating and processing deliveries
•    Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries
•    Packing
•    Packing Functions
•    good receipt and goods issue
•    Stock transfer with delivery

IV. Billing Processing:

•    Forms of Billing
•    Credit and Debit memos
•    Methods for crating Billing Documents
•    Collective processing of billing documents
•    Accounts Determination
•    Business Area account assignment
•    Special Features of SD & FI Interface

V. Pricing Procedures:

•    Defining and maintaining prices, surcharges, and discounts
•    Creating condition tables, access sequences, and condition types
•    Using prices and other conditions in sales documents
•    Promotions and Rebate processing

VI. Cross Functional settings in SD:

•    Copying control
•    Output determination
•    Text Control
•    Overview of configuring printed documents in SD
•    Introduction to basic system enhancements(user exits)
•    Introduction to personalization (e.g. transaction variants)

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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