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O SAP ABAP is a programming language developed by SAP AG, ABAP stands Ior
Advanced Business Application Programming. SAP ABAP/4 is also a programming
language, /4 stands Ior Iourth generation language. SAP ABAP is the programming
language upon which SAP applications are built. SAP Netweaver Development can be
done in Java or SAP ABAP.
O Since ABAP was primarily written to extensively use a variety oI databases, it uses its
own proprietary SQL Iormat ( Open SQL ) that the ABAP engine converts to the
underlying database speciIic SQL. ABAP is also used to program reports, Iront end
screens, batch testing ( eCatt ) and most other programming eIIorts.
O Developers, consultants, and project managers working in ABAP, the SAP programming
language, should consider the Web application development curriculum. You`ll beneIit
Irom a Iull range oI Web application development topics, including a broad overview and
basic Ioundation, Ieatures and Iunctionality, management and reporting, and advanced
programming. As a result, you`ll be able to take a comprehensive approach to meeting
your company`s speciIic needs.
O Prerequisites :
O nowledge oI any Programming Language
nowledge oI RDBMS
nowledge oI Structured Query Language (SQL) Ior database access.
O Course Content :
O Introduction to SAP ABAP
What is SAP
SAP Architecture and where ABAP Iits in
ABAP Development Workbench Tools
Object Navigator
Workbench Organizer
Data Dictionary
Menu Painter
Screen Painter
O ABAP Dictionary
Tables
Views
Data Types
O ABAP Programming Techniques
Reports Statement
O Line Size
Line-count
Message
Page Heading
Report Comment Section
O Declarations
O Tables
Includes
Variables (Data Types and Data Objects)
Structures
Internal Table
Constants
O Selection Screen / Input Fields
O Parameters
Select Options
Section Screen Formatting
O Program Events
O Initialization
Start oI Selection and End oI Selection
At Selection Screen
At Line Selection
At User Command
O Formatting and Displaying Data
O Event Ior Page Headers and Footers
O Internal Table Operations
Subroutines
Function Group and Modules
Variants
Create Transactions Ior Reports
O Data TransIer methods
Overview oI Data TransIer
External Data Access
O Data Analysis and data Iiles
Upload and download data Irom / to presentation server
O Standard data transIer program
O Direct Input Method
BDC program
Call transaction Program
O Data TransIer Workbench Concepts
Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW)
BAPIs (Introduction as a data transIer method)
O Dialog Programming
Introduction to Dialog Programming
Screen Painter
Screen Elements Ior Input/Output
O Subscreens
Tabstrips
Table Controls
O Menu Painter
Create GUI Status & Title Bar
Create Menu Bar Ior a Screen
DeIine Iunction eys
Create Application Tool Bar Ior a Screen
Screen Flow Logic
Understand screen Ilow logic
Create Process AIter Input and Process beIore Output modules
Use message Ior error processing
Call list processing within a transaction
O PerIormance Tuning
Types oI Program Analysis
Static Checks
Dynamic Checks and Short Dump Analysis
O ABAP Debugger
Breakpoints in Programs
Breakpoints in the Debugger
PerIormance Tools
Runtime Analysis
SQL Trace
O Introduction to Advanced Features
InterIaces
Introduction to ALE & IDOCS
Enhancement Concept
ALV ( ABAP List Viewer)
Saving Lists and Background Processing

SAP Basis is a set oI middleware programs and tools Irom SAP, the German company whose
comprehensive ECC6 product is used to help manage large corporations, that provides the
underlying base (thus the name) that enables applications (such as FI, CO, and SD, Ior example)
to be seamlessly interoperable and portable across operating systems and database products.
ECC6 Basis includes client/server architecture and conIiguration, a relational database
management system (RDBMS), and a graphical user interIace (GUI).
SAP BASIS addresses all security issues by incorporating an authorization module. With
increased potential Ior security breaches in the computer systems around the world, BASIS
consultants Iace a tough task oI maintaining the integrity and administering the security oI SAP
systems. Interoperability Ieatures oI a SAP system makes this task a bit more diIIicult.
SAP BASIS Training Course Content
Wbat is SAP?
An introduction to ERP
An introduction to SAP
SAP AG: Evolution & Strategy
SAP Product Evolution
SAP Services Overview ( OSS )
An introduction to BASIS
Basics to startup witb BASIS Administration
An introduction to Operating Systems
An introduction to Database Systems
Overview oI computer Networks
Network types & devices
Protocol & IP Address concepts
An introduction to ernel SoItware
Description of RJ
Client / Server Solution
Overview oI 3 layer interIace
Types oI Client / Server Architectures
An introduction to R/3
Tbe Arcbitecture of SAP RJ
Presentation InterIace
Application interIace
Database interIace
Overview oI R/3 Architecture
Overview oI Dispatcher & Work Processes
The concept oI SAP Instance
andscape and Implementation ifecycle
Overview oI SoItware Development
Overview oI SAP Landscape
Landscape types
LiIecycle Implementation concepts
Installation and Cuidelines
Elements in SAP R/3 installation
Installation requirement
System sizing
Installation File Systems
Installation oI RDBMS
Installation oI SAPInst tools
Install central Instance
Load Database
Installation Database
Installation oI Presentation Layer
Post installation Activities
Working witb SAP server
Start & Stop SAP R/3 Server
Directory Structures
Overview oI SAP MMC
SAP & Oracle Environment Variables
SAP Logon Pad conIiguration
Overview oI SAP License system
Overview oI Transaction & Dialog step
Management of users
Overview oI user Administration
Managing User Master Records
Managing User Groups
Mass User Management
Managing Logged-on Users
Central User Administration
CCMS & Configurations
Overview oI System ProIiles
Overview oI Operation Modes
Overview oI Background jobs
Overview oI Log-on Load Balancing
Overview oI Memory Management
Overview oI workload monitor
Overview oI Os Collector
Overview oI PerIormance Management
Overview oI alert monitoring
SAP system Pro-Active Health checks
Tbe Autborization System in SAP RJ
Overview oI Authorization System
Maintaining Authorizations
Working with ProIile Generator
Crating Roles
Maintaining Org. Levels
User InIormation System
Overview oI Users & Authorization Tables
System ProIile Parameters Ior User
SAP RJ Client Management
Overview oI R/3 client
Client Copy methods
Client copy Requirements & Process
Open / Close R/3 Client
Overview oI RFC
Deleting R/3 Client
Client ReIresh
Copying DB Tables among clients
Tbe Transport System
Overview oI change Transport System
Transport System Concepts
System Change Options
Working with Change and Transport Organizer
Overview oI transport Management System
ConIiguring Systems and Domains
ConIiguring Transport Routes
Distributing and VeriIying conIiguration
Overview oI tp & R3trans
PerIorming Transports with tp Program
Overview oI the Complete Process oI Transporting
Patcb Management
Overview oI Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
Types oI Support Packages
Downloading Support Packages
Support pack Dependencies and Requirements
Applying Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
SAP R/3 ernel Upgrade
SAP Administration for Uracle Database
Introduction to Oracle Database Architecture
Oracle Directory structure Ior R/3
Overview oI physical Layer
Overview oI Logical Layer
Introduction to Cost Based Optimizer
Introduction to SAPDBA & BRTOOLS
Tablespace Administration
Introduction to Database Reorganization
Database Backup & Restore
Database General Activities
SAP Printing System
SAP Spool system Architecture
Introduction to SAP Access Methods
DeIining R/3 Printer Devices
Managing spool Requests
The SAPLPD Driver Program
TEMSE object Database
Troubleshooting printing problems
Ceneral Administration Utilities
Monitoring SAP Instances
Monitoring System Work Process
Managing User Sessions
Managing Update Records
Managing Lock Entries
Managing R/3 System Logs
Analyzing ABAP Dumps
System Tracing Utilities
Managing Batch Input Sessions
Note :- Acordingly we will make the changes to the cource content and the modules as per the market and
student requirement.