» GUI (Graphical User Interface)
Full form or SAP GUI stands for (Graphical User Interface), an important ERP tool that allows SAP end users to use various software applications by providing easy-to-use graphical interface, runs on operating systems like Apple Macintosh, Microsoft windows, UNIX and so forth. This SAP component dominates a major share of the worldwide market and offers convenient accessibility to the views, formats, applications, features and functionalities of SAP applications. It also allows users to remotely access the SAP Central Server of an organization, via a network.
The first release of SAP GUI version 1.0 did not boast of many graphical tools like radio buttons. However, over time, SAP has revised its GUI module and the latest versions released in June 2012 (SAP GUI 7.30) were equipped with new customization features and useful functionalities - they were developed with the help of Visual Studio 2010.
SAP GUI forms the most important client in the SAP R/3's 3-tier architectural structure of databases, application servers and client-based applications. Allowing users to enjoy the many benefits of SAP Business Information Warehouse and SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), this client software (SAP GUI) offers support to the distributed applications of SAP. For instance, it allows SAP users to prevent potential company-internal hackers to get access to unencrypted communications used in their organizations.
Going a long way in preventing extended authorization to usernames/passwords linked with the confidential areas of the SAP system, ‘SAP Screen Personas’ are now being used with SAP NetWeaver ABAP programs. They are totally compatible with the system landscape and strongly protect all communications between servers and clients, through a tool called Secure Network Communications. These and other SAP GUI tools make this module totally indispensable in modern day organizations.
Along with the above-mentioned functionalities, SAP offers many shortcuts in the command window. Some of these are:
Some of the noteworthy benefits of SAP GUI are:
SAP GUI is responsible for handling the various layers of SAP: presentation, the application as well as the database layers. Its family consists of:
In order to connect users to an SAP system, SAP GUI (Graphical User Interface) uses different protocols. For instance, SAP GUI for Windows and Java use DIAG/RFC for connecting users to their SAP systems while SAP GUI for HTML works in line with the HTTP Protocol.
SAP GUI consultants, functional consultants, super users and trainers are increasingly using this module for adding, modifying and deleting the various SAP access parameters. With the help of a certification course in SAP GUI applications, they can look forward to lucrative career opportunities in reputed companies worldwide. Most companies are on the lookout for experienced SAP GUI professionals and are ready to pay high salary packages to deserving candidates.
SAP GUI for JAVA environment (abbreviated to SAP GUI for Java) is written in java and is the platform-independent implementation of SAP GUI. Like SAP GUI for the windows environment, this GUI also uses the DIAG protocol, so the volume of data transfer for each screen change is also generally only a few KB.
Windows-based platform and supports all transactions in an SAP system the flow data between the presentation leave and the allocation level does not consist of prepared screens but rather logical compact information about control elements and user input (DIAG protocol).
Consist of Internet Transaction Server (ITS) on the server side and a web browser on the client side. The ITS is required to convert the SAP GUI data flow from the SAP web Application server into HTML and back. An HTML data flow is exchanged (using the web server) between the WGate f the ITS ad the front end. The primary advantage of SAP GUI for HTML is that almost no installation is required on the frontend all you need is a browser (currently: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Version 4.0 or higher ) SAP GUI for HTML does not support all the function in SAP system, it is however, sufficient for he majority of user un a company.
Note:Before Configure SAP GUI u need to install SAP Front End
Douple Click on the SAP GUI Icon on your Desktop
SAP Logon 640
Click on Systems TAB
Click Systems tab
Click on User Defined
In New Entry Window
Description : Give the Name your Logon
Application Server: Give the Name or your server
SAProuter String : if u dont have leave it blank
System ID: give the name of your SID
System Number: 00
Than click add on Log on
Click ECC6 And than click Log On
SAP logon will get Created just select and Click on Logon