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SAP Overview SAP Financials SAP Human Capital Management SAP Order Fulfilment (FormerlySales & Distribution) SAP Procurement (Also Known as Material Management) Technical Short Courses Administration & Security Technical Short Courses Programming Technical Short Courses SAP Business Intelligence

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SAP Overview

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SAP01 - SAP Overview
Course Version: 092

SAPFIN - SAP Financials
Course Version: 092

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   Project Team Members involved in organizing and planning a SAP implementation Any SAP beginner interested in acquiring a basic overview of SAP solutions

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience
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Participants interested in a general overview of SAP ERP Financials Project team members in the organization and design phase of a SAP ERP Financials implementation

Prerequisites: Essential  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet browsers Recommended  Basic knowledge of operational business processes Goals  Explain the terminology used by SAP  Provide an overview of SAP’s business solutions  Develop the baseline SAP product knowledge necessary for participation in more detailed SAP courses  Show the main concepts, capabilities and benefits of SAP NetWeaver, SAP ERP, the SAP Business Suite, and SAP BusinessObjects solutions Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP 6.0  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content     Overview about SAP and the SAP products and solutions Navigation Basic concepts Business processes in the SAP Business Suite, including SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), SAP Customer Relationship Management, SAP Supply Chain Management, SAP Supplier Relationship Management, SAP Product Lifecycle Management SAP Solutions for Small and Midsize Companies SAP BusinessObjects SAP NetWeaver SAP Services Notes
 The course includes several practical exercises using SAP ERP components (esp. ECC6.0, BW). It also presents additional components. Please note that the course also takes the functions of ERP Release R/3 4.6C and SAP R/3 Enterprise into consideration.

Prerequisites: Essential
 None Recommended  SAP01 SAP Overview

Goals SAP ERP Financials solution overview Describing the key functional areas and key capabilities of SAP ERP Financials using selected business processes  Using SAP ERP Financials for strategic and operational enterprise management  Describing the options offered by SAP ERP Financials for processing and analyzing data and for supporting e-business strategy
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Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content Introduction to SAP ERP Financials (positioning) Business processes in Financial and Management Accounting using SAP system:  Purchase to pay (purchasing and payment processing)  Plan to product (value chains and reporting)  Order to cash (sales orders, incoming payments, and analysis)  Financial Supply Chain Management Overview  Overview of New GL  Portals within SAP ERP Financials, presented using selected business packages
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Notes
 The content of this course is appropriate for participants on the following SAP software releases: ECC 6.0, ECC 5.0.

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SAPHR - SAP ERP Human Capital Management Overview
Course Version: 092

SAPSCM - SAP Supply Chain Management Solution
Course Version: 092

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Decision Makers/ Management Project Team members HCM consultants

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience  This course is for managers, project team members, key users (from user departments), and other persons who want to gain an overview of the application SAP SCM.

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Essential  None Essential  Recommended  None Goals  Basic understanding of SAP ERP Human Capital Management:  Navigation and Terminology  HCM Structures and Business Processes  Overview of the main functionality of SAP ERP HCM  Integration possibilities Notes Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content         Navigation and structures in HCM Personnel Procurement and Personnel Administration Personnel Development and Training and Event Management Time Management and Payroll Personnel Cost Planning Reporting Employee Self-Service and Manager Self-Service Strategic integration of HCM with other solutions (for example SAP Learning Solution, SAP E-Recruiting)
 As SAPHR gives a brief overview of the integrative processes in SAP HCM, Decision makers are the primary audience. For project team members who plan to attend configuration courses, the more in depth course HR050 is an essential prerequisite. This course also discusses functionality applicable to SAP releases: R/3 4.6 through SAP ERP 6.0 EhP4 To gain a cross functional SAP solution overview, you may also want to attend SAP01 (SAP Overview).

Knowledge of the Windows application environment

Recommended  A basic understanding of supply chain management  SAP01 SAP Overview Goals  This course gives participants an overview of the SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM) application. Notes Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0  SAP SCM 7.0  SAP Business Information Warehouse 7.01 Content  The components of SAP Business Suite  The components, supported business processes, and scenarios in the application  Integration with SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM), with particular emphasis on the topics of master data administration, and change management  Using SAP Supply Chain Management to execute a typical business process, including: Demand Planning, planning delivery and procurement networks, production planning, manufacturing, direct procurement, warehousing and storage processes, delivery preparation, transportation  Monitoring delivery, transportation, manufacturing, and procurement processes using SAP Supply Chain Visibility  Overview of SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SNC), former: SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub (ICH)  Integration with other SAP components
Looking ahead to new developments in the SAP Supply Chain Management environment

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SAPTEC - Fundamentals of SAP Netweaver Application Server
Course Version: 062

SAPNW - SAP Netweaver Overview
Course Version: 093

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience  Project team members and anyone who works in the area of SAP technology (for example, technology consultants, administrators, developers)

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   solution Persons who are interested in having a general overview of SAP NetWeaver Project managers, consultants and project team members in the design phase of an integration

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Essential  Knowledge of information technology Essential   Basic knowledge of the SAP system Interest in technological issues

Recommended  None Goals The architecture of SAP NetWeaver Application Server (SAP NetWeaver AS) is presented in detail. SAP NetWeaver AS is the central component of the SAP NetWeaver application platform.  You will learn effective techniques for navigating.  You will receive an overview of the development process in SAP systems.  Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver Application Server 7.0 Content   Short introduction to SAP NetWeaver Navigating in SAP systems  Logon and structure of the user interface  Accessing functions in the system  Personalization options SAP NetWeaver Application Server architecture  Processing a user query  Structure of an instance  Work process types, server processes and their use  Internet-based technology components: Overview of the SAP development environment  Creating and editing Repository objects  Transports between SAP systems Communication and integration technologies Introduction to SAP system administration Notes
For a general overview of SAP NetWeaver, please attend the course SAPNW. Course SAPTEC examines SAP NetWeaver Application Server and imparts the fundamentals that are required for subsequent courses related to the technology of SAP NetWeaver. In the context of updated courses, SAP reserves the right to use newer software than specified in this course description.

Recommended  None Goals       Understand the concept of a ServiceOriented-Architecture (SOA) Describe the SAP NetWeaver Application Server component as an application platform Describe the benefits of the SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI) component Describe the benefits of the SAP NetWeaver components regarding Information Integration Describe the benefits of the SAP Enterprise Portal component Recognize the advantages for your company through the use of SAP NetWeaver Notes  The course provides an overview of SAP NetWeaver‘s abilities. It does not analyze the customer specific IT landscape and the consequences of this.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1  SAP NetWeaver Portal  SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Content         The concept of SOA and the SAP NetWeaver platform SAP Web Application Server ABAP and JAVA as SAP NetWeaver application platform Business Process Management in SAP NetWeaver SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (formerly Exchange Infrastructure) Information Integration using SAP NetWeaver components Master data management with SAP Master Data Management SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal: Application Integration and Knowledge Management Lifecycle management with SAP Solution Manager





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SAP Financials

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AC010 - Business Processes In Financial Accounting
Course Version: 092

AC040 - Business Processes in Management Accounting (Controlling)
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   Project Leaders Participants wishing to gain an insight of Financial Accounting and its internal and external integration aspects.

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Project managers and project team members Employees responsible for implementing Controlling Employees wanting to gain an overview of Controlling and its internal and external integration

Prerequisites: Essential  Accounting knowledge

Prerequisites: Essential  Business knowledge in the area of Controlling Recommended

Recommended  SAPFIN SAP ERP Financials or  SAP01 SAP Overview Goals  This course gives participants an overview of the different processes in financial accounting and shows the connections between the individual processes (new general ledger/ new G/L).

Notes
 The course content is limited to
the most important functions in the Financial Accounting integrated environment. You can learn about technical system configuration (Customizing) and get answers to more detailed questions on individual applications in the advanced courses.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0, Enhancement Package 4 Content        System navigation General ledger accounting Accounts payable business processes Accounts receivable business processes Asset accounting business processes Bank-related accounting business processes Financial statement creation business processes

Recommended  SAP01 SAP Overview or  SAPFIN SAP ERP Financials  Participants should have a basic practical and theoretical  Knowledge of Management accounting (Controlling) and of business  Processes Goals  Understand the business concepts and methods involved in Management Accounting (Controlling) in the SAP system  Become familiar with cost and activity allocation methods  Learn how Management Accounting (Controlling) is integrated internally and with other modules in the SAP ERP system Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content        Introduction to the business concepts, methods, and subareas of Management Accounting (Controlling) in the SAP system Presentation of key roles and tasks Organizational structures and master data Information system Planning, integrated planning, and planning tools in Management Accounting (Controlling) Integrated flow of costs and revenues in the SAP system Periodic activities in Management Accounting (Controlling)

Notes
The functions of the following SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.

 This course is suitable for people
with little or no SAP experience. However, a background of accounting knowledge is recommended. This course features a high level of individual participation.

 AC010 demonstrates business
processes on the basis of the new general ledger (new G/L). The functions of the following SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.

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AC200 - Accounting Customizing Fundamentals: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable
Course Version: 092

AC201 - Accounting Customizing I
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Project team Consultants People responsible for applications

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Audience    Project team Consultants People responsible for applications Instructor-led Classroom

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Essential   AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting Basic knowledge of Financial Accounting Essential    AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting AC200 Accounting Customizing Fundamentals: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable

Recommended  None Goals   Participants become familiar with the basic concepts of general ledger and business partner configuration. Participants acquire knowledge to set up business processes (new general ledger).

Recommended  None Goals  Participants learn about selected periodic processing of business partner accounting and the related customizing settings. Participants become familiar with the basic concept of automatic account determination in logistics and the related customizing settings.

Notes
 The course works with an active
new general ledger (new G/L) system environment.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0, Enhancement Package 4 Content               
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Notes
 The course works with a SAP ERP
6.0 system on Enhancement Package 4 and active new general ledger (new G/L). The functions of the following SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.



 The functions of the following Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0, Enhancement Package 4 Content      Automatic payment/payment program Automatic dunning/dunning program Correspondence Automatic account determination in materials management Automatic revenue account determination
SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0. This course shows the basic concept of automatic account determination in logistics on basis of the standard processes purchase order - goods receipt in stock – invoice receipt and customer invoicing in sales. The topic “Split Valuation“ is not included in this course.

Organizational units in Financial Accounting Fiscal years and posting periods Currencies and exchange rates G/L accounts Profitcenter Customer/vendor accounts Bank master data Document control Posting control Posting documents Automatic postings Input and display control Clearing open items Manual incoming and outgoing payments Cashjournal

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AC202 Accounting Customizing Ii: Special G/L Transactions, Document Parking, Validation & Substitution, Archiving
Course Version: 092

AC205 - Financial Closing
Course Version: 092

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Audience    Project team Consultants People responsible for applications Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 4 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   Project Leaders Participants wishing to gain an insight of Financial Closing activities.

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Essential Essential   AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting AC200 Accounting Customizing I   AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting AC200 Acc.Customizing I:General Ledger,Acc.Payable,Acc.Receivable

Recommended  None Goals  The participants become familiar with the application and the Customizing of the functions described in the course content (new general ledger).

Recommended  None Goals  The Participants learn about the time frame and integration flow of the financial closing procedure and the relevant customizing activities involved.

Notes
 Due to the wide variety of topics
covered in this course, thorough accounting knowledge is required.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0, Enhancement Package 4 Content      Special G/L transactions (down payment requests, down payments and allocation, individual value adjustments, and so on) Document parking in Financial Accounting Substitution in Financial Accounting Validation in Financial Accounting Archiving in Financial Accounting

Notes
 The course works with a SAP ERP
6.0 system on Enhancement Package 4 and active new general ledger (new G/L).

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 with Enhancement Package 4 Content         Month and year-end closing in Financial Accounting Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Preparatory closing postings in Logistics and Financial Accounting Configuration of periodic closings in Financial Accounting Technical and organizational activities and documentary steps Monitoring closing operations using the Closing Cockpit Inter-Company Reconciliation Financial Statement creation business processes

 Material valuation is covered in
detail in course CA535E (Material Valuation).

 This course features a high level of
individual participation. AC205 demonstrates business processes and offers exercises on the basis of the new general ledger (=> new G/L). The AC210 course is designed for those involved in the implementation of the new general ledger and the AC212 course for consultants supporting customers in the migration from the ‘classic’ to the ‘new’ general ledger. Please note that the course also takes into consideration the functions run on earlier releases.

 The functions of the following
SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.

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AC210 - New General Ledger (In SAP ERP)
Course Version: 092

AC280 - Analytics & Reporting in Financial Accounting
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   People responsible for the introduction of the new general ledger Consultants

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type  Audience    Project team IT employees involved in the analytics processes of the general ledger, accounts receivable accounting, and accounts payable accounting Consultants Instructor-led Classroom

Prerequisites: Essential  A good knowledge of using the classic general ledger
• The (data)migration from classic to new G/L is explained and covered in SAP standard course AC212. Attention: SAP course AC210 is a precondition to attend AC212. • SAP recommends to derive the characteristic segment from the master data of profitcenters. On the other hand the derivation from profitcenters from other SAP modules is covered in detail in SAP course AC610 (=> Profit Center Accounting with classic G/L) or SAP course AC612 (=>Profit Center Accounting with new G/L). Functions of earlier ERP releases are also covered in this version of AC210

Notes
Prerequisites: Essential    AC010 Business Processes in Financial Accounting AC200 Accounting Customizing I: General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable

Recommended  A good knowledge of Financial Accounting subsidiary ledgers and  Management Accounting (Controlling) Goals   Participants should understand the logic of the new general ledger Participants should be able to activate, configure, and use the new general ledger.

Recommended  None Goals       Use the evaluation options of the information system reports Use selections and restrictions within the List Viewer Use drilldown reporting for the evaluation of financial data Use Customizing and the reporting tools for information system reports Use drilldown reporting for the evaluation of financial data Use query definitions in Business Warehouse (BW)

Notes
• This course features a high level of individual participation. . Please note that the course also takes into consideration the functions run on earlier releases.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ECC 6.04 / SAP ERP 6.0 Content        Introduction – The concept and idea of the new general ledger System configuration: For example activating the new general ledger, defining and deriving segments, assigning scenarios, defining customer- specific fields, … Documents and document splitting Integration with FI subsidiary ledgers and with Controlling: For example the topic real-time integration of CO with FI Representing (and replacing) classic (FI) components in the new general ledger: For example, representing/replacing the Cost of Sales ledger or classic Profit Center Accounting (=> EC-PCA) Closing operations, e.g. the (new) program for foreign currency valuation Parallel financial reporting and the new general ledger: Introduction of the so called ledger solution in the new general ledger, inclusively the integration of this solution into Asset Accounting and other features Reporting: Usage of (new) Financial Accounting Drilldown Reporting Function and (new) reporting possibilities, enabled via Enhancement Packages (EhPs) Basics of migration from classic to new general ledger

Course Based on Software Release  ERP ECC 6.0  SAP BW 701 Content         General ledger information systems, accounts receivable, and accounts ABAP reports in general ledger, accounts payable, and accounts receivable Creating report variants Working with selection variables in variants List Viewer Customer/vendor information systems Drilldown reporting information system in FI-GL, FI-AP/AR Introduction to BW Reporting for Financial Accounting
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AC305 - Asset Accounting
Course Version: 092

AC405 - Cost Center And Internal Order Accounting
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   Members (and leaders) of the Project team FI-AA FINancials Consultants

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Project team Team members responsible for implementing overhead cost controlling in the SAP system Accounting employees responsible for planning, allocating, and analyzing costs in overhead costs

Prerequisites: Essential   AC010: Business Processes in Financial Accounting Basic knowledge in book-keeping

Prerequisites:

Notes
• The course works with a SAP ERP 6.0 system on Enhancement Package 4 and active new general ledger (=> new G/L). Please note that the course also takes the functions into consideration on earlier releases (and on classic GL).

Essential  AC040 Business Processes in Management Accounting (Controlling)

Recommended  SAPFIN: SAP ERP Financials Goals This course focuses on managing FI-AA master data and on the handling of the various business processes in FI-AA. It also covers e.g. the topics periodic processing, evaluation and depreciation and standard reporting.  Participants will learn something about organizational structures in Asset Accounting and FI, as FI-AA is a sub-ledger of FI. They will also configure FI-AA in SAP Customizing, to find out how configuration possibilities can affect the application and the business processes.  Course Based on Software Release  SAP ECC 6.0 Content          Chart of Depreciation / Depreciation Areas Asset Classes Asset Master Data Reproduction of divers FI-AA Business Processes in the SAP System Valuation and Depreciation Periodic and Year-End-Closing Processes Parallel Valuation in FI-AA (using the so called Account Solution) Information System Transfer of Legacy Data (from a third-party system to the SAP system)

Recommended  SAPFIN SAP ERP Financials Goals  accounting    Gain an overview of the design and structure of cost element, cost center, and internal order Become familiar with the value flows to and within overhead cost controlling in the SAP system Learn about and set up cost allocation methods in overhead cost controlling Learn about actual and planned cost allocation methods within overhead cost controlling

Notes
The functions of the following SAP releases are also covered in this course: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.

Course Based on Software Release  ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content        Organizational structures and master data in overhead cost controlling Account assignment of costs to cost centers and internal orders via preceding applications Tools for transaction-based postings within overhead cost controlling Periodic cost allocation procedures within overhead cost controlling Planning of cost and cost allocations within overhead cost controlling Budget management and availability control in internal orders Cost analysis using the information system

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AC505 - Product Cost Planning
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Project team Employees responsible for implementing SAP Product Cost Planning Employees responsible for Product Cost Planning and analyzing Product Cost Planning

Prerequisites: Essential    AC040 Business Processes in Management Accounting (Controlling) AC050 Business Processes in Financial and Management Accounting With the New General Ledger

Recommended  Basic knowledge of bills of material and work centers Goals      Performance of Product Cost Planning during the entire product life cycle Analysis of the required master data and structures and integration within the SAP system Use of the different calculation methods Setting up the information system Understanding how to use the SAP system efficiently

Course Based on Software Release  ERP ECC 6.0 Content          Base object and simulation costing Material cost estimate without quantity structure Preparation for Product Cost Planning Material cost estimate with quantity structure Costing run (mass processing) Advanced cost estimate methods Extended valuation methods: mixed costing, raw material cost estimate, scrap Joint product cost estimates Easy Cost Planning

Notes
This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0.

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SAP Human Capital Management

SAPHR - SAP ERP Human Capital Management Overview
Course Version: 092

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience    Decision Makers/ Management Project Team members HCM consultants

Prerequisites: Essential  None

Recommended  None Goals      Basic understanding of SAP ERP Human Capital Management: Navigation and Terminology HCM Structures and Business Processes Overview of the main functionality of SAP ERP HCM Integration possibilities

Notes
• As SAPHR gives a brief overview of the integrative processes in SAP HCM, Decision Makers are the primary audience. For project team members who plan to attend configuration courses, the more in depth course HR050 is an essential prerequisite. This course also discusses functionality applicable to SAP releases: R/3 4.6 through SAP ERP 6.0 EhP4 To gain a cross functional SAP solution overview, you may also want to attend SAP01 (SAP Overview).

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content         Navigation and structures in HCM Personnel Procurement and Personnel Administration Personnel Development and Training and Event Management Time Management and Payroll Personnel Cost Planning Reporting Employee Self-Service and Manager Self-Service Strategic integration of HCM with other solutions (for example SAP Learning Solution, SAP E-Recruiting)

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HR110 - Business Processes in HCM Payroll
Course Version: 092

HR305 - Master Data Configuration
Course Version: 092

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience     Project Team members Consultants Key users Employees responsible for payroll in Human Capital Management

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience  Project Team members  Consultants  Support staff Prerequisites: Essential

Prerequisites: Essential  HR050 Business Processes in Human Capital Management



HR050 Business Processes in Human Capital Management

Recommended  HR110 Business Processes in HCM Payroll Goals  Customize personnel administration data

Recommended  None Goals  Explain the organization or the process of payroll including subsequent activities

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content          Overview of payroll Data relevant to payroll Organizing productive payroll and payroll procedures Retroactive accounting recognition Payroll reports Data transfer to Financials Bank transfer Process model for payroll and subsequent activities Problem-Solving Aids

Notes
This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00 and ERP 2004.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4 Content  Structures in HCM:  Company Structure  Personnel structure  Organizational structure  Storing default values (features)  Personal data  Relationship between planned working time and basic pay  Payroll data  Pay scale structure  Wage type structure  Workflows:  Pay scale reclassification  Standard pay increase  Customizing Procedures and Interfaces  Infotype Characteristics and Screen Modification  Combining Infotype Menus  Setting Up Personnel Actions  Dynamic Actions and Mail Connection  Global Employment (management of delegates abroad and concurrent employment relationships)  Overview: Portal role HR Administrator and employee interaction center

Notes
This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00 and ERP 2004.

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HR306 - Configuration of Time Recording
Course Version: 092

HR400 - Payroll Configuration
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
   Project Team members Consultants Support staff

Audience
    Project teams Consultants Key users HCM Support staff

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential  HR050 Business Processes in Human Capital Management Essential    HR050 Business Processes in Human Capital Management HR110 Payroll Business Processes HR305 Master Data Configuration

Recommended  HR305 Master Data Configuration

Goals
Gain an overview of time management with and without time evaluation (negative and positive time management).  Understand the fundamentals of time management without time evaluation (negative time management). These fundamentals, however, also form the basis for time evaluation (positive time management).  Customizing for time data recording, including quota accrual and Time Manager’s Workplace (TMW), is examined in detail. 

Notes
• This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00 and ERP 2004. • Course HR310 (Time Evaluation without Clock Times) deals with the processes and configuration of time evaluation. • The main focus of this course is the configuration of time data. These are the prerequisites for time evaluation. CATS will be discussed in the appendix.

Recommended  None

Goals
  Identify and operate the control mechanisms available in the payroll system Check the payroll using the payroll log

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP Central Component 6.0, Enhancement Package 4

Notes
This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00 and ERP 2004.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4

Content
          Identify and operate control mechanisms available in the payroll system Personnel calculation schema and rules Encoding the payroll characteristics of wage types Check the payroll using the payroll log Determine rates of pay Calculation of averages Factoring Develop payment methodologies for time-based entries Account for absences in payroll Understand retroactive accounting

Content
        Overview of time management functions and how they are integrated with other applications Concept of integrating external time recording systems Designing work schedules for mapping planned working time Time management infotypes Absences, attendances, and deduction rules Time quotas and their deduction rules Automatic structuring of absence quotas Time Manager’s Workplace (TMW)

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HR505 - Organizational Management
Course Version: 092

HR580 - Analytics and Reporting in HCM
Course Version: 092

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Project teams Consultants

Audience
   Members of the human resources department Project teams for HR reporting Consultants

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential  HR050 Business Processes in Human Capital Management Essential  Recommended  SAPHR SAP ERP Human Capital Management Overview  HR305 Master Data Configuration HR305 Master Data Configuration

Recommended  HR306 Configuration of Time Recording  HR505 Organizational Management

Goals
  Explain the functions in Organizational Management Configure the Organizational Management component

Goals
       Explain Standard Reporting and Information Systems in Human Resources Describe Logical Databases and InfoSets Build Queries with Ad Hoc Query Build Queries with SAP Query Set up payroll infotypes Explain HCM in Business Information Warehouse (Benchmarking) Explain HCM in Strategic Enterprise Management (Balanced Scorecard)

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4

Notes
This course also discusses the functions of the following SAP releases: R/3 4.6, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00 and ERP 5.0.

Content
         Concept of Organizational Management Maintenance of Organizational Units Organization & staffing interface Expert mode Matrix organizations and general structures Reporting and reporting tools Manager‘s Desktop and Manager Self Service (Enterprise Portal) Customizing Organizational Management Integrating Organizational Management with other HR components

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 4

Notes
• This course HR580 (Reporting in Human Resources) does not teach how to program reports. This is dealt with in course HR350 (Programming in HR).

Content
      Overview of all HR reporting tools Specific applications of various tools to meet user and company requirements Effective use and adaptation of standard reports, queries, InfoSets, and key figures. Creation and layout of queries for Ad Hoc Query and for SAP Query. Generation of payroll infotypes and access simulated infotypes for Time Management Outlook on the integration of HCM in the Business Information Warehouse and in Strategic Enterprise Management

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SAP Order Fulfilment (Formerly Sales & Distribution)

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SCM600 - Business Processes In Sales Order Management
Course Version: 092

SCM605 - Sales
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
This course is aimed at Project Managers, Project Team Members and People with organizational responsibilities  The course is also suitable for customers who are still using an SAP R/3 version of the component. 

Audience
 This course is aimed at project team members and People with organizational responsibilities for implementing delivery processes with SAP ERP based on the component SAP ECC 6.0 The course is also suitable for customers who are still using SAP R/3.



Prerequisites:
Essential   Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows Basic business knowledge of processes in Sales and Distribution

Prerequisites:
Essential  SCM600 Business Processes in Sales Order Management

Recommended  SAPSCM SAP Supply Chain Management Solution Overview  SAP01 SAP Overview

Recommended  None

Goals
 In this course, participants will gain a detailed knowledge of using the functions and customizing settings in sales

Goals
In this course, participants learn about the fundamental business processes in sales and distribution.  Participants learn how to perform the most important functions in the process chain, from presales to customer payment, in the SAP system. The areas of materials management, manufacturing (for example, assembly orders), and financial accounting are also touched on. 

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) 6.0

Notes
• Please do not enroll for this course unless you have fulfilled the prerequisites. The system SAP ECC contains the new functions of EhP4 (Enhancement Pack).

Content Notes
           Organizational units in Sales Creating and processing sales orders Sales document types Item categories Schedule line categories Partner determination Contracts and scheduling agreements Special business transactions Incompletion logs Material determination, material listing/exclusion, product selection Free goods

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP ECC 6.0
The course SCM600 (Business Processes in Sales Order Management) covers the functions in sales and distribution processing in SAP ERP. It does not examine company-specific requirements in Customizing.

Content
          
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Organizational structures in sales and distribution Working with customer master data and material master data in sales Overview of the process chain for sales order processing Presales activities, order processing, procurement, delivery, billing, payment Introduction to pricing in sales and distribution Introduction to the availability check Sales and distribution processing with make-to-order production Credit memo processing and returns processing Introduction to sales and distribution reporting Introduction into the Internal Sales Representative role Outlook on system installation tools

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SCM610 - Delivery Processes
Course Version: 092

SCM615 - BILLING
Course Version: 092

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
 This course is aimed at project team members and Consultants responsible for implementing delivery processes with SAP ERP based on the component SAP ECC 6.0 The course is also suitable for customers who are still using SAP R/3.

Audience
  This course is aimed at project team members and People with organizational responsibilities The course is also suitable for customers who are still using SAP R/3.

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential   SCM600 Processes in Sales & Distribution SCM601 Logistics Execution Recommended  SCM605 Sales Essential  SCM600 Business Processes in Sales Order Management

Recommended  SCM605 Sales

Goals
  In this course, participants become familiar with the functions and Customizing settings for billing. They also learn about the interface points between billing in sales and distribution and billing in financial accounting.

Goals
 In this course, participants become familiar with the functions and customizing in delivery processing.

Course Based on Software Release Course Based on Software Release
 ERP Central Component 6.0

Notes
• Please do not enroll for this course unless you have fulfilled the prerequisites. • The process chain in the course SCM615 (Billing) is dealt with in more detail from an accounts perspective in course AC200 (Financial Accounting Customizing I: General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable). Cost-related billing and internal allocation are not covered in this course.

Notes
Please do not enroll for this course unless you have fulfilled the prerequisites.



SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) 6.0

Content
                 Forms of billing Invoices based on deliveries and services Credit and debit memos Methods for creating billing documents Explicit billing Collective processing of billing documents Billing to specific deadlines Settlement forms Separate invoices for each delivery Collective invoices Invoice splits Methods for creating billing documents Invoice lists Billing plans and down payments Revenue account determination Business area account assignment Special features of the SD/FI interface

Content
        Overview of the delivery processes in SAP ERP Central Component Organizational structures in delivery processing Controlling inbound and outbound deliveries (Customizing) Creating and processing outbound and inbouce deliveries Packing functions Picking Goods issue and goods receipt Stock transfer with deliveries

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SCM620 - Pricing in Sales & Distribution
Course Version: 092

SCM650 - CrossFunctional Customizing in SD
Course Version: 092

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Project team members People with organizational responsibilities

Audience
 Project team members predominantly responsible for SD Customizing

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential Essential   * Essential SCM600 Business Processes in Sales Order Management       * Essential SCM600 Processes in Sales and Distribution At least one of the following detailed courses: SCM605 Sales SCM610 Delivery Processes SCM615 Billing

Recommended  None

Notes
Please do not enroll for this course unless you have fulfilled the prerequisites. Sales price determination through preliminary costing as part of make-to-order production is dealt with in course AC520 (Cost Object Controlling).

Goals
 In this course, participants become familiar with the functions and Customizing settings for pricing in SD.

Recommended  None

Notes Goals
In this course, participants become familiar with the functions and Customizing for cross-component SD functions such as output control and text control.  The course enables participants to identify and explain the more complex Customizing settings for SD. 
• Please do not enroll for this course unless you have fulfilled the prerequisites. Course SCM650 Cross-Functional Customizing in SD is aimed at project team members involved with complex and detailed Customizing functions for sales and distribution.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP Central Component 6.0

Content
     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 sales deals Introduction to rebate processing

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP Central Component 6.0

Content
      Copying control Output determination Text control Overview of configuring printed documents in SD Introduction to basic system enhancements (user exits) Introduction to personalization (for example, transaction variants)

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SAP Procurement (Also Known as Material Management)

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SCM500 - Processes in Procurement
Course Version: 092

SCM510 - Inventory Management And Physical Inventory
Course Version: 092

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Project team members Consultants

Audience
  Project team members Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential    A fundamental knowledge of procurement A fundamental knowledge of navigation in SAP ERP or e-learning SAP125 SAP Navigation

Prerequisites:
Essential  SCM500 Processes in Procurement

Recommended  None

Recommended  SAP01 SAP Overview or  SAPSCM SAP SCM Solution Overview

Goals
  In this course, participants learn about the basic functions of inventory management and the physical inventory. Participants learn how to create different goods movements in the SAP system and, if necessary, take any particular features into consideration. They also become familiar with the special functions of inventory management and the physical inventory, and with the Customizing settings relevant to inventory management and the physical inventory.

Goals
In this course, participants learn about the fundamental elements of materials management. Using the procurement processes for stock material, consumable materials, and services, the basic functions from purchasing, inventory management, invoice verification, service entry, and materials planning are explained.  Topic-specific exercises in the SAP system give participants the opportunity to gain first-hand practical experience of the above processes. 



Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0

Notes
• This course does not cover the structuring of a warehouse and the movements in the Warehouse Management system. These topics are dealt with in the course SCM630 (Warehouse Management). Shipping processing movements are covered in course (Delivery Processes). Batch management in examined in course SCM595 (Batch Management).

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 5

Content
         Goods receipt Stock transfers/transfer postings Goods issue Reservations Special forms of procurement (subcontracting, consignment, pipeline) Special forms of material valuation (split valuation, non-valuated material) Physical inventory and special inventory procedures: cycle counting and sample-based physical inventory in SAP Reporting in inventory management Selected customizing-settings for inventory management and physical inventory

Content
       Basics of procurement Master data (material, supplier, info record) Procurement process for stock material Procurement process for consumable material Procurement process for external services Automated procurement process Analysis in materials management (overview)

Short introduction of Self-Service Procurement and the portal role Buyer.

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SCM515 - Logistics Invoice Verification
Course Version: 092

SCM520 Purchasing
Course Version: 092

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Project Team Members Consultants

Audience
  Project team members Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential  SCM500 Processes in Procurement

Prerequisites:
Essential  SCM500 Processes in Procurement

Recommended  None

Recommended  None

Goals
 In this course, participants become familiar with logistics invoice verification as the final stage in the external procurement process. Participants learn how to enter invoices relating to purchase orders, block them, and release them for payment

Goals
  In this course, participants become familiar with the options for optimizing and simplifying purchasing processes and their prerequisites. Participants learn about additional, special purchasing functions and Customizing settings.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0

Notes
• This course examines the functions used to enter and verify invoices with reference to a preceding object (purchase order, delivery note). The course AC200 (Accounting Customizing Fundamentals: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable) covers other topics in accounts payable accounting. Course AC201 (Payment and Dunning Program, Correspondence, Interest Calculation) covers functions and settings for the payment program

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP ECC 6.0

Notes
This course builds on the content of the course SCM500 (Processes in Procurement). Attending this course (SCM520) makes sense only if you have the appropriate prior knowledge and skills.

Content
             Introduction to invoice verification Invoice entry and parking Taxes, cash discounts, and foreign currency Invoices for purchase orders with account assignment Variances with and without reference to an item, invoice blocking reasons Invoice reduction, releasing blocked invoices Delivery costs Subsequent debits and credits Credit memos and cancellations Invoice verification in the background Automated processing GR/IR clearing account maintenance Customizing for invoice verification

Content
        Master data for purchasing Sources of supply: info records, contracts, and scheduling agreements Source determination Optimized purchasing Special procurement processes Document release (approval) procedure Vendor evaluation Customizing  Vendor master records  Document types  User parameters Integrated scenarios with SAP SCM and SAP SRM



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SCM525 - Consumption Base Planning
Course Version: 092

SCM550 - Customizing In Materials Management
Course Version: 081

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Project team Members Consultants

Audience
  Project team members Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential  SCM500 Processes in Procurement

Prerequisites:
Essential    SCM500 Business Processes in Procurement SCM510 Inventory Management and Physical Inventory SCM520 Purchasing

Recommended  None

Goals
 In this course, participants become familiar with consumption-based MRP and forecasting procedures

Notes
• This course does not cover requirement planning procedures (with bill of material explosion). • The course SCM240 (Production Planning) addresses material requirements planning procedures in more detail. The special features for SAP for Retail are covered in the course IRT330 (Requirements Planning and Purchasing).

Recommended  None

Goals
 This course prepares participants to configure the central functions in materials management.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0

Notes
In this course, selected settings for materials management are discussed. It is assumed that the participants have a good knowledge of processes and transactions in materials management. Attending this course makes sense only if you have prior knowledge of materials management in SAP.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP ERP 6.0

Content
      Master data Planning run and evaluation Lot-size calculation Forecasting in consumption-based planning Source determination during MRP MRP areas and storage locations

Content
       Introduction to working with the Solution Manager and Implementation Guide Global settings in the SAP system Setting up the organizational levels in materials management Settings for master data in materials management Settings for valuation and account assignment, especially account determination Special settings for purchasing, including message determination Special settings for inventory management, including creating a new movement type

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Technical Short Courses Administration & Security

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SM100 - SAP SOLUTION MANAGER FOR OPERATIONS OF SAP SOLUTIONS
Course Version: 092

ADM100 - ADMINISTRATION AS ABAP I
Course Version: 081

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
   System Administrators Technical Consultants Technical Managers

Audience
 SAP system administrators, technology consultants, employees responsible for IT, and employees involved in SAP system administration

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential Essential     * Recommended SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS ADM100 SAP Web AS Administration I SAP01 SAP Overview   SAPTEC SAP NetWeaver Application Server Fundamentals Basic knowledge of operating systems and databases

Recommended  None

Recommended  None

Goals
 Implementation of basic administrative tasks in a production environment Course Based on Software Release SAP NetWeaver Application Server 7.00

Goals
This course will introduce the Operations and Support Tools of the SAP Solution Manager. This training will enable you to describe the various tools that makeup the Operations side of Solution Manger as well as their features and functions.  You will learn the basic requirements for installation and configuration for each of the possible scenarios of the SAP Solution Manager.  These will be reinforced via the use of demonstrations, exercises, and SAP Tutors.  

Notes

The training material is only available in English.

Content
             Starting and stopping an SAP system System configuration options Configuration of online documentation Implementation of periodic, automated work with a database, for example, scheduling backups Transport functions in ABAP based SAP systems Software Maintenance Scheduling background jobs Definition and integration of printers Fundamentals of user administration Setting up remote connections Using system monitors Fundamentals of SAP Data Archiving Structured error searches

Notes
Building on the knowledge gained from the SAPTEC course (SAP NetWeaver Application Server Fundamentals), this course is a solid foundation for training SAP system administrators. This course is the prerequisite for many of the subsequent courses from the SAP System Administration curriculum. This course is suitable as an introduction to managing SAP systems based on AS ABAP. The course does not cover administration with SAP NetWeaver AS Java.

Course Based on Software Release
 Solution Manager 7.0  Service Delivery  Service Plan  Issue tracking  Maintenance Optimization EarlyWatch Alert Reporting Service Level Reporting Solution Reporting  Service Reporting  Availability Reporting  System Administration Reporting Solution Manager Diagnostics Change Request Management

Content
    SAP Solution Manager Overview Installation Overview Customizing SAP Solution Manager  IMG structure (Basic and Optional Settings) Solution Monitoring  System Monitoring  Business Process Monitoring Service Desk  Service Desk Reporting  Message Processing   



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ADM102 Administration as ABAP II
Course Version: 092

ADM200 - Administration as JAVA
Course Version: 062

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  SAP system administrators Technology consultants

Audience
  SAP system administrators Technology consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential    SAPTEC SAP NetWeaver Application Server Fundamentals ADM100 Administration AS ABAP I SAP system administration experience

Prerequisites:
Essential  SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver Application Server

Recommended  None

Recommended  Fundamental Java knowledge  ADM100 Administration AS ABAP I

Goals Goals
 Performing additional administrative tasks that are not dealt with in the course ADM100 (Administration AS ABAP I)

Notes
 Carrying out fundamental administration tasks during SAP NetWeaver AS Java operation
• This course provides an introduction to administration in SAP systems that use SAP NetWeaver AS Java. The course does not cover administration with SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP.

Notes
• Following on from ADM100 (Administration AS ABAP I), this course provides additional training on the Application Server ABAP for SAP system administrators. This course focuses on technology components for browser based user dialogs and user administration (CUA and integrating directory services). The administration of AS Java is not examined in detail in this course. For more information on this topic, please attend course ADM200 (Administration AS Java).

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver Application Server 7.0

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver Application Server 7.00

Content
        Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver AS Java Starting and stopping Basic configuration of SAP NetWeaver AS Java User management Monitoring Patching for SAP NetWeaver AS Java Change management and transport management for SAP NetWeaver AS Java Basic information on back up procedures for sap systems based on SAP NetWeaver AS Java

Content
 Internet-based technology components:  SAP Integrated Internet Transaction Server (SAP ITS)  Internet Communication Manager (ICM) and Internet Communication Framework  SAP Web Dispatcher Globalization  Several languages in one SAP system  Unicode Technical aspects of external communication:  Connecting an external mail server using SAPconnect and SMTP Extended Computer Aided Test Tool (eCATT) Central user administration (CUA) Connecting Directory services using LDAP



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ADM325 - Software Logistics as ABAP
Course Version: 092

ADM505 - Database Administration Oracle I
Course Version: 062

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
    SAP system administrators Technology consultants Employees responsible for software logistics Technical staff in Customer Competence Centers

Audience
    Database administrators SAP system administrators Project team members Technology consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential    SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver Application Server ADM100 Administration AS ABAP I Practical experience with SAP ABAP system administration

Prerequisites:
Essential   SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS Fundamental understanding of Oracle databases

Recommended  Experience of the SAP Change and Transport System (CTS)

Goals
     Developing a suitable SAP system landscape with a client concept Explaining the methodology, concepts, and tools in SAP software logistics Managing and transporting Customizing and Workbench transport requests Managing clients Using the SAP Note Assistant, applying Support Packages, and explaining what happens during an SAP system upgrade

Recommended  SAP system administrators should attend the course ADM100  Administration AS ABAP I  Basic knowledge of system administration of at least one operating system

Notes Goals
We recommend that you attend this course as soon as possible after the initial installation of your SAP system.

   

Describing the structure of an Oracle database Administering Oracle databases using SAP tools (BR*tools) Putting effective data backup strategies into practice Saving and recovering databases

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP 7.00

Course Based on Software Release
  SAP NetWeaver AS 7.0 ORACLE 10g

Content
      Overview of SAP software logistics, SAP system landscapes, and the client concept Configuration of the Transport Management System (TMS) Creating and transporting Customizing and Workbench transport requests Transport management Tools for client copy and client maintenance SAP Note Assistant, Support Packages, SAP system upgrade

Content
  Fundamentals of the Oracle database Database backups  Backup concepts  Backing up data Database restore and recovery of the database Database monitoring  Working with BR*tools  Working with CCMS tools Database storage management
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ADM506 - Database Administration Oracle II
Course Version: 092

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
    Database administrators SAP system administrators Project team members Technology consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential   SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver Application Server ADM505 Database Administration I

Recommended  ADM315 Workload Analysis AS ABAP

Goals
   Describe memory management in the Oracle database Regularly monitoring an Oracle database with the SAP database monitor Analyzing and optimizing database performance

Course Based on Software Release
  SAP NetWeaver AS 7.0 ORACLE 10g

Notes
Optimizing database parameters and the hardware configuration are not covered as part of this course.

Content
       Introduction to Oracle memory management Analyzing the performance of and optimizing the database Monitoring the database instance Analyzing the application design Index management and optimization Cost-based optimizer in the SAP environment Analyzing the physical and logical layout

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BC100 - Introduction to Programming (With ABAP)
Course Version: 062

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
    Project leads Team leads Developers Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential  None

Recommended  None

Goals
  Introduction in Programming with ABAP. Necessary Requisition for course BC400 for participants without any programming knowledge

Notes
• The course is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified (at least SAP R/3 4.6). The BC400 (ABAP Workbench Foundations) programming courses require that you understand the content of this basic course.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NW 7.0

Content
          Introduction to structured programming Develop ABAP programs using the ABAP Editor (SE38) Process source text using the ABAP Editor Test programs using the debugger  Work with elementary data objects (simple variables) Value assignments, calculations, and arithmetic expressions Conditional branches, logical expressions, and logical conditions String operations Loops Implement simple screens with input and output fields Define and use subroutines (why does it make sense to store parts of programs in subroutines?)

Technical Short CoursesProgramming
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BC401 - ABAP Objects
Course Version: 063

BC402 - Advanced ABAP
Course Version: 091

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 This course is delivered both in the classroom and virtually (remote classroom). See the Course Schedule tab to view all delivery dates and their venue; classroom or virtual.

Audience
  Developer Consultants

Audience
  Developer Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential    Programming experience SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations

Prerequisites:
Essential    SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver Application Server BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations BC401 ABAP Objects

Notes
• The topic of the performance of ABAP programs is also subject of the BC490 (ABAP Performance Tuning) course. BC490 focuses on analyzing and eliminating existing performance problems, whereas BC402 is concerned with avoiding performance problems even during the design and implementation of a program. The course is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified (at least SAP R/3 4.6). The topics ‚Shared Objects‘ and ‚Runtime Type Creation‘ are only relevant from SAP Web Application Server 6.40.

Recommended  None

Goals
   Determine the concepts of object-oriented programming Develop business applications with ABAP Objects Good understanding of object-oriented programming using ABAP Objects as an example

Recommended  practical programming experience in ABAP (Objects)  BC430 ABAP Dictionary

Goals


Notes

 This course is aimed exclusively at participants without any knowledg of object-oriented programming.  You should attend both BC400 (ABAP Workbench Foundations) and BC401 (ABAP Objects) to gain in-depth understanding of the ABAP Workbench as well as the ABAP programming language. (ABAP consists of procedural and object-oriented parts. This is also reflected in these courses.) The course is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified (at least SAP R/3 4.6).

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0



In-depth knowledge of the ABAP programming language to be able to write more robust programs The ability to assess ABAP programming techniques according to performance aspects and develop high-performance programs Acquire the necessary knowledge to develop dynamic ABAP programs

Content
       Analyze and design classes (UML) Classes, instances, references Inheritance, interfaces, polymorphism Events Special object-oriented techniques Global classes/interfaces (Class Builder) Class-based exception concept

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Content
          ABAP runtime environment Program calls and memory management Shared Objects ABAP types and data objects in detail Unicode Work with internal tables in detail Work with field symbols and data references Dynamic programming Runtime type information, runtime type creation Complex Open SQL statements

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Analysis tools for programs Recommendations and conventions Performance rules

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BC410 - Developing Screen-Based User Dialogs
Course Version: 063

BC414 - Programming Database Changes
Course Version: 063

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
  Developers Technology consultants

Audience
  Developer Consultants

Prerequisites:
Essential   SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations

Prerequisites:
Essential  ABAP programming experience

Recommended  BC430 ABAP Dictionary  ABAP programming experience

Recommended  BC410 Developing Screen-Based User Dialogs

Goals
 The courses explains techniques for programming change transactions in the SAP NetWeaver Application Server.

Goals
 This course will prepare you to develop screen-based user dialogues

Course Based on Software Release Notes
• Dynpros (screens) build SAP‘s classical UIs. They are used for those dialogs that are displayed in the SAP GUI, and they will continue to be used. • Since SAP NetWeaver 7.0, the ABAP Web Dynpro programming model is available - see courses NET310 (ABAP Web Dynpro Basics) and NET311 (Advanced ABAP Web Dynpro). • The course BC410 is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified (at least SAP R/3 4.6C).

Notes
• Participants in this course should be able to use the ABAP Workbench. • Knowledge of ABAP dialog programming is very useful. • When revising courses, we reserve the right to use more up-todate software than specified in the course. The course is also suitable for participants who are using a release older than the one specified (at least SAP R/3 4.6).

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0



SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Content
     Open SQL statements from ABAP for changing the contents of database tables The LUW concept Use of the SAP locking concept Database changes from dialog programs using suitable techniques: inline updates, synchronous, asynchronous and local updates in V1 and V2 mode Implementation of complex transactions

Content
   Principles and ergonomics of user dialogs User interface and Menu Painter Screen objects: attributes, implementation, and processing  Screen Painter  Text fields, frames, status icons, input/output fields, dropdown list boxes, pushbuttons, checkboxes, radio button groups, subscreens, tabstrips, table controls Context menus



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BC425 - Enhancements and Modifications
Course Version: 062

BC427 - Enhancement Framework
Course Version: 062

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
   Project managers Developer Consultants

Audience
 Developers and consultants who want to use the Enhancement Framework to enhance SAP software

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential Essential   SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP NetWeaver Application Server BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations  BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations

Recommended  BC401 ABAP Objects

Recommended  BC401 ABAP Objects (strongly recommended)  BC425 Enhancements and Modifications (strongly recommended)

Goals Goals
 Display the options for making customer-specific adjustments to the SAP standard system  Searching for and using enhancements  Correct implementation of modifications

Notes
• If of interest, an overview of the Enhancement Framework and Switch Framework from SAP NetWeaver 7.0 onwards can be provided. The course is mainly suitable for participants using SAP R/3 4.6.



Enhance SAP software with the Enhancement Framework

Notes
Please note that the Enhancement Framework is available only as of SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Content
     Enhancements in the ABAP Dictionary Enhancement Points Enhancement Sections New BAdIs Switch Framework

Content
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Overview of the options for making customer-specific adjustments to the SAP sta Personalization (transaction variants) Enhancements to:  Elements of the ABAP Dictionary  SAP programs  SAP screen menus  SAP screens Enhancement techniques:  Modifications:  Enhancements to elements of the Dictionary  Procedure  Customer Exits  Utilities (Modification Assistant,  Business Transaction Events (BTEs) Modification Browser)  Business Add Ins (BAdIs)  Modification adjustment  User Exits

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BC430 - ABAP Dictionary
Course Version: 062

NET310 - Fundamentals Of Web DYNPRO for ABAP
Course Version: 091

Duration: 3 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Audience
   Dictionary administrators Developers Consultants

Audience
  Developers and consultants who want to create applications based on the Web Dynpro for ABAP programming model Project managers with technical experience who want to learn about the capabilities of Web Dynpro for ABAP

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:
Essential   SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations Essential    Knowledge of ABAP, particulary covered in the courses BC400 ABAP Workbench Foundations and BC401 ABAP Objects

Recommended  None

Goals
 The course discusses the role of the ABAP Dictionary in the SAP system and its scope of functions.

Recommended  None

Goals Notes
  To understand the role of Web Dynpro ABAP with regard to SAP’s UI strategy To develop applications based on Web Dynpro for ABAP

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Content
    Terms and functions of the ABAP Dictionary Type definitions in the ABAP Dictionary Tables incl. includes and appends Performance aspects when accessing tables:  Buffering  Indexes Relationships between tables:  Define and manage foreign keys  Text tables Dependencies between objects in the ABAP Dictionary Views and append views Search help and append search help

• Basic knowledge of using and the scope of functions of the ABAP Workbench are essential. • This course is also suitable for participants using SAP R/3 4.6 . When revising courses, we reserve the right to use more up-to-date software than specified.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver 7.0

Notes
The Web Dynpro technology for ABAP is only available as of SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

Content
               Web Dynpro component architecture Create and use Web Dynpro controllers Controller context and controller attributes Navigation Definition of the Web Dynpro user interface (UI) Internationalization Defining and sending messages Input help and semantic help Component reuse Sending popups Configuration and personalization Changing context and UI at runtime Enhancements Integrating the SAP List Viewer for Web Dynpro ABAP Portal integration



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Technical Short Courses – SAP Business Intelligence
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BW305 - BW - Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis (Part I)
Course Version: 074

BW306 - BW - Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis (Part II)
Course Version: 074

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type
 Instructor-led Classroom

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience

Audience
 Project team members with basic knowledge of Data Warehousing and SAP ERP experience



Project team members with in-depth knowledge of creating queries in BW

Prerequisites:
Essential  Basic knowledge of Data Warehousing

Prerequisites:
Essential  BW305 BW - Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis (Part I)

Recommended  Experience in an SAP component

Recommended  None

Goals
In this course you will gain knowledge that will enable you to create simple and complex query definitions using the BEx Query Designer and to make these available in standard layouts using the BEx Analyzer and the BEx Web Analyzer.  The knowledge you will acquire will form the basis for more advanced courses in the BW curriculum. 

Goals
 This course enables you to create formatted layouts that differ from the standard layout. You will learn how to use BEx Web Application Designer, BEx Report Designer, the design mode of BEx Analyzer, and the basic functionalities of Crystal Reports.

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0

Course Based on Software Release
 SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0

Content
      Using different Web items to create sophisticated Web applications Creating formatted reports that are optimized for presentations and printing using BEx Report Designer and the basic functionalties of Crystal Reports Using GIS functions to display data on clickable maps Extended use options and setting options for the BEx Information Broadcaster Using the extended options based on MS Excel Introduction to modeling analytical applications with the Visual Composer Outlook on further potential for report design using SAP Business Objects tools (e.g. Web Intelligence, Xcelsius) based on SAP Netweaver BW data

Content
          Architecture and functions of SAP BW analysis tools Navigating in SAP BW reports Creating query definitions using the BEx Query Designer Integrating key figures, characteristics, hierarchies, variables, properties, exceptions and conditions in the query definition Delivering reports and adhoc-analysis using the BEx Analyzer and the BEx Web Analyzer Using the BEx Information Broadcaster to distribute reports Integrating reports in the SAP Enterprise Portal Integrating documents in reports Configuring the report-report interface Using predefined reports from the SAP Business Content.

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BW310 - BW - Enterprise Data Warehousing
Course Version: 074

BW330 - BW Modeling & Implementation
Course Version: 074

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience   Project team members with basic knowledge of Data Warehousing and SAP ERP experience BW system administrators

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience  Project team members with knowledge of Warehouse Management

Prerequisites: Essential  BW310 BW - Enterprise Data Warehousing

Prerequisites: Essential  Basic knowledge of Data Warehousing

Recommended  None Goals  Participants will learn the procedures within data modeling and will acquire additional knowledge about Data Warehousing with SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0

Recommended  Experience in an SAP component  Basic knowledge of the Data Dictionary Goals Participants will gain the detailed SAP Netweaver BW knowledge necessary for successful implementation and administration within a heterogeneous SAP NetWeaver BW system landscape.  The knowledge you will acquire will form the basis for more advanced courses in the BW curriculum.  Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content       Architecture of SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Overview of the most important objects (InfoObjects, InfoProviders etc.) of BW and their attributes Components of the data flow and extraction of data from SAP source systems or additional data sources Benefits and use of BW Content Introduction to the administration of BW data targets Principles of optimizing query performance (BW accelerator)

Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content  The data modeling process is described using different examples:  Creating a requirements analysis  Developing a BW data model  Modeling data marts  Enhancing/changing the data model, remodeling Aspects of an enterprise data warehouse architecture Special modeling and Data Warehousing aspects InfoSets, MultiProviders

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This course does not discuss operational solutions or specific technical company scenarios!

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BW350 - BW - Data Acquisition
Course Version: 074

BW370 - BW Integrated Planning
Course Version: 074

Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience


Duration: 5 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience

Project team members who are responsible for data acquisition from different source systems

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Employees in Corporate Controlling who deal with planning Project team employees/consultants

Prerequisites: Essential


Prerequisites: Essential
  

BW310 BW - Enterprise Data Warehousing

Recommended  Knowledge of the Data Dictionary as well as at least one SAP Component Goals


BW305 BW – Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis (Part I) BW310 BW - Enterprise Data Warehousing Basic knowledge of the planning process

Acquire knowledge of and skills in extracting data from SAP source systems as well as fundamental knowledge of different interfaces.

Recommended  None Goals


Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content
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This course gives you an in-depth introduction to BW integrated planning.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content
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Data flow in BW Data Acquisition (Data Transfer Process) Transformations in BW (such as translating units of measure) Direct access Real-Time Data Acquisition Data extraction from SAP source systems Enhancing BW Content DataSources Delta management Transferring data from flat files Transferring data using DB Connect Transferring data with UD Connect Transferring data using Web Services Data Mart Interface Define and manage Process Chains

Setting up planning structures and observing modeling aspects Setting up customizing and executing planning functions Setting up a planning query that is ready for input using the BEx Query Designer Displaying different query tools in the planning context Creation of Workbooks and Web user interfaces Using the characteristics relationships to integrate correct business characteristics relationships in the planning

Integrating the status and tracking system as a monitoring tool in the planning

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BW380 - BW - Data Mining and the Analysis Process Designer
Course Version: 074

Duration: 2 days
Delivery Type  Instructor-led Classroom Audience


Customers and consultants with BW experience

Prerequisites: Essential
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BW305 BW – Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis (Part I) BW310 BW - Enterprise Data Warehousing

Recommended  None Goals


Gain detailed knowledge in the concepts of BW data mining and they learn how to create and execute data mining models using BW tools. Understand how to position an use the BW Analysis Process Designer.

Course Based on Software Release  SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0 Content
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Principles of data mining Data problems Architecture of BW data mining Framework and methods of BW data mining BW data mining – tools, especially the Analysis Process Designer (APD) Complex Uses for the APD

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