Learning on Demand by SAP - SAP eLearning Technical 6 Monthly / Annual Subscription Catalog 28 October 2009

Course Abbreviation Course Code Title Duration Goals Target Audience Content Notes Software * Using Extract Datasets in Reporting * Define an extract dataset * Describe the purpose and benefits of using extract datasets * Know how to plan a report that uses extract datasets * Collecting Data in Extract Datasets * Identify commands for defining report data * Project Team Members * Identify commands for generating and saving extract datasets * Consultants * Give examples of useful changes to sample program * Displaying Extract Datasets in Reports * Identify key commands for processing an extract dataset * Know how to sort an extract dataset * Explain reason and method for grouping data * Know how to run a report with extract datasets * Overview of using XML at SAP * Introduction to the principles of XML, DTD and XML schema * Developers and consultants who are interested in the principles of XML and the * Introduction to the basic principles of XSL (XSLT and XPath) * XSLT transformations in SAP Web AS using XSLT programs use of XML at SAP * Outlook: ABAP Web Services * Adapter overview ("what are adapters and why do we need them?" - overview of XI adapters in general - adapter strategy) * J2EE adapter engine - architecture + positioning AE, AF, PCK * File adapter * JMS adapter * JDBC adapter * Plain HTTP adapter * IDoc adapter * Development Consultants responsible for * RFC adapter configuration of SAP XI scenarios * SOAP adapter * XI2XI adapter * Mail adapter (SMTP) * Overview on other adapters (marketplace, RNIF, CIDX, third-party adapters e.g. SEEBURGER and iWay) * CPA Cache * Advanced concepts: module processing, adapter metadata… * AF administration + installation * Introduction to SAP data interfaces * Using Visual Studio.NET * Creating and using proxies * SAP client exceptions * Developers who want to use BAPIs and/or * SAP client debugging IDocs to build Internet, intranet or desktop * Parameters applications that communicate with other * Connector classes in detail * tRFC and qRFC clients SAP components * Asynchronous RFC programming * IDoc clients * RFC server, tRFC server, and IDoc tRFC server * Solution deployment * Integration of Business Intelligence capabilities in SAP NetWeaver * Managers, project team managers, and * Architecture and functions of BI project team members who would like an * BI business content and BI metadata repository overview of SAP NetWeaver Business * Enterprise Data Warehousing Intelligence. * Enterprise Reporting, Query & Analysis * Business Planning and Analytical Services * Solution consultants responsible for implementing SAP NetWeaver - Business Intelligence * Solution Architects, Technical Consultants, Project managers and project team members involved in the design or optimization phase of a SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence implementation * Solution Architects * Application Management Team, * SAP NetWeaver Operations Team * Business Process Operations Team * Technical Quality Managers * Service and Support Consultants * Technical Consultant * Introduction to BIA * BIA Architecture & system environment * BI system landscape * Scenarios for using BIA * Benefits * Administration of BIA * Monitoring * Troubleshooting * Familiarize you with the principles and terminology of the solution and system landscape in SAP Solution Manager * Create and maintain a system landscape * Create a solution in the SAP Solution Manager and assign logical components to your solution * Create and maintain a business scenario and business processes * Overview of the most important window classes and control components from the AWT (Abstract Windowing Toolkit) * Introduction to creating user interfaces with Swing * Overview of the most important Swing components * Use layout managers * React to user input using event handling * Model View Controller pattern * Applet programming

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BC408

ABAP Lists: Processing Data using Extracts

1 hour

* Use extract datasets to generate list reports * Plan the use of extract datasets * Collect data in extract datasets * Display data from extract datasets in a report or form

* Course length: 1 hour

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BIT14E

Introduction to XML

8 hours

* Introduction to XML fundamentals and related topics * Displaying the use of XML at SAP

WEB AS 6.20

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BIT402

PI - Adapter Concepts (File, JDBC, JMS, Mail)

6 hours

* Understand the core concepts of the adapter engine delivered with SAP NetWeaver XI. * Configure the individual XI technical adapters. * Implement and troubleshoot basic scenarios which rely on adapter technology.

* Course length: 6 hours * In most countries (for example, Germany) access to e-learning is granted when you book the classroom training course that follows on from the e-learning course, as stated in the curriculum. In other words, participation in the e-learning course is included in the price of the classroom training course. In some countries, e* SAP NetWeaver 7.0 learning is not included in the price of classroom training. Please * XI 7.0 contact your local training department for more information. * If you have studied this e-learning material in detail, successful participation in the following classroom training course is possible in all cases. * The course material is available in English only. A training system is not available from SAP Education for e-learning

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BIT52E

SAP .NET Connector Programming

10 hours

* Building applications and components in .NET that communicate with SAP components * Using BAPIs (Business Application Programming Interfaces), RFMs (RFC* enabled function modules), and IDocs (ALE Intermediate Documents)

* Course length: 10 hours * Please note that classroom training BIT528 is available as an alternative to this e-learning course. * Both inbound and outbound calls are covered in the course. * No prior SAP knowledge is required. * The course materials are available in English only

* .NET CON 2.0

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BW001

SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence

5 hours

* Participants will gain an overview of the functions and possible use Business Intelligence capabilities in SAP NetWeaver.

* Course length: 5 hours

* SAP NetWeaver BI 7.0

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BW361

BI – Business Intelligence Accelerator

2 hours

* Participants will gain an overview of the functions and administration tasks of the Business Intelligence Accelerator. * Identify and pursue opportunities to use SAP NetWeaver integration tools and solutions to improve the way your business implements key processes. * Provide a conceptual overview of the NetWeaver stack and the included components.

* Course length: 2 hours * The e-learning includes several demos using NetWeaver 7.0 components. * This e-learning contains examples of common technology demands and how SAP NetWeaver meets those demands. The * SAP NetWeaver BI 7.0 goal is not to learn how to use all the aspects of the NetWeaver stack, but rather to give you an integrated understanding of NetWeaver functionality and how all the component work together to provide an integrated business solution to technology demands.

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E2E050

E2E Solution Scope and Documentation

5 days

* Understand the solution concept in SAP Solution Manager * Define the scope of your solution and document the solution design

* Course Length: 3 hours

* SAP Solution Manager 4.0

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JA200E

UI Development with Swing, AWT and Applets

6 hours

* Create graphical user interfaces using the AWT (Abstract Windowing Toolkit) classes that belong to the Java 2 Software Development Kit * Developers * Create graphical user interfaces using the Swing classes that belong to * Consultants the Java 2 Software Development Kit * Program simple applets

* Course length: 6 hours * Please note that classroom training JA200 is available as an alternative to this e-learning course.

Course Abbreviation

Course Code

Title

Duration

Goals

Target Audience

Content

Notes

Software

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JA313

Integration of SAP Interactive Forms into Web Dynpro for Java

2 hours

* Understand how SAP Interactive Forms is integrated into SAP * Technical consultants NetWeaver * Grasp the differences between online and offline interactive scenarios * Java developers * Development management and non-interactive forms use * Develop a forms-based application in Web Dynpro for Java * Use the Internet Graphics Server with WebDynpro * Install, Configure and Integrate Web Dynpro with the Internet Graphics Server * Java WebDynpro Developers * Supply Business Data from your WebDynpro Application to the Internet Graphics Server for presentation * This course will prepare you to understand the features and options * MDM Solution Consultants and enable you to support a customer implementation employing Global * Project team members Data Synchronization (GDS).

* This course is designed to familiarize learners with the integration of SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe into the different development and run-time environments of SAP NetWeaver. * Course length: 2 hours * You will get an overview of how forms can be used in business processes, and you will learn how to create a Web Dynpro for Java application that includes an interactive PDF form for data capture * Internet Graphics Server Overview * Installation and Configuration of the IGS * WebDynpro integration with the IGS * Course length: 2 hours * This content was formerly part of TJA311 Java WebDynpro

* SAP NetWeaver 7.0

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JA314

Java WebDynpro - Business Graphics

2 hours

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MDM101

Master Data Management - Global Data Synchronisation

4 hours

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NW001

Technology Solutions Powered by SAP NetWeaver 8 hours

* Identify and pursue opportunities to use SAP NetWeaver integration tools and solutions to improve the way your business implements key processes. * Provide a conceptual overview of the NetWeaver stack and the included components.

* Overview of the Global Data Synchronisation (GDS) Process * Installation procedure for GDS Console * Architecture of GDS * Data import to GDS * Data maintenance on GDS * System configuration * Introduction to NetWeaver * Unveiling the Application Platform * Java: Developing a Web Application * ABAP: Using Business Logic * Uncovering the Core Architecture * Integrating Business Processes * Accessing Exchange Infrastructure * Using Integration Builder * Managing Business Processes * People interested in SAP Technology * Leveraging Business Information * Technical Implementation Team members * Introducing Data Warehousing including: * Collecting and Consolidating Data * System Administrators * Decision-Making and Analysis * Software Developers * Managing Intellectual Assets * System Integration Technologists * Master Data Management * Business Warehousing Experts * Streamlining Access to Information and Tools * Web Technologists * Using the Portal to Simplify Access * Project Team Members * Configuring the Portal Platform * Consultants * Configuring Portal Content * Configuring Portal Navigation * Assigning Portal Content to Users through Roles * Leveraging Expertise through Collaboration * Making Business Processes Mobile * Embracing the Future * Managing Technology Life Cycle * Extending Functionality * Combining Technologies

* Course length: 4 hours

* SAP NetWeaver MDM 5.5 SP04

* Course length: 8 hours * The e-learning includes several demos using NetWeaver 2004 components (BW 3.5, EP 6.0 on Web AS 6.40, XI 3.0, etc.). * This e-learning contains examples of common technology demands and how SAP NetWeaver meets those demands. The goal is not to learn how to use all the aspects of the NetWeaver stack, but rather to give you an integrated understanding of NetWeaver functionality and how all the component work together to provide an integrated business solution to technology demands.

* BW 3.5 * EP 6.0 * WEB AS 6.40 * XI 3.0 * MI 2.5

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NW100

SAP Web Application Server Overview

4 hours

* Explain the SAP Web Application Server architecture. The SAP Web AS is the central component of the SAP NetWeaver's application platform. * Define the client/server concepts and the SAP system configuration types. * Know the main characteristics of the ABAP and Java runtime environments. * List the system processes (work processes) and services of each instance. * Describe the instance in the ABAP and Java environments. * Describe the processing of user requests. * Describe each component of the work process. * Present the background processing, schedule and monitor jobs. * Describe the query flow using the database interface (Open SQL). * Define the SAP transaction concept and know the differences between a SAP transaction and Database transaction. * Define the locks in the SAP system. Define the asynchronous update concept.

* System Administrators * ABAP Programmers * Business Integration Specialists * Security Administrators

* Principal Architecture of the SAP Web Application Server: Client and Server * Principal Architecture of the SAP Web Application Server: The Instance * Processing ABAP Applications * Communication with the Database * The SAP Transaction * Lock Management in SAP Systems * Update Processing

* Course length: 4 hours

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NW200

SAP Web Application Server User Configuration

2 hours

* Configure SAP Logon, describe the logon process and the use of logon groups. * Learn how to use the profile parameters and operation modes to configure the SAP system. * Find the profile files in the Windows operating system. * Describe the RZ10 transaction for maintaining the system profiles. * Configure and use the online documentation in the SAP system. * List the main analysis transactions in the SAP system. * Start and stop the SAP system and analyze logs and traces. Describe the initialization process steps done with Microsoft Management Console in the Windows operating system. * Analyze the log and trace files that were generated during the system initialization. * Use of several tools to stop a SAP instance. * List the procedures for the System SAP start and stop in the UNIX, OS/400 and OS/390 operating systems.

* System Administrators * Security Administrators

* Configuring SAP Logon * How the System Evaluates its Parameters * How to Set up System Parameters * Configuring the Online Documentation

* Course length: 2 hours

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NW300

SAP Web Application Server Basic System Maintenance

2 hours

* System Administrators

* System Start: Process * System Start: Logs * Analysis Transactions * System Shutdown: How and Why? * Starting and Stopping other Operating Systems

* Course length: 2 hours

Course Abbreviation

Course Code

Title

Duration

Goals * Adjust the work processes' types and distribution using the operation modes. Describe the SAP Library. * Learn the remote connection's functions and configuration. * Describe the RFC interface, configure and test RFC connections using the SM59 transaction. * Introduce the software logistics concepts and manage transport. * Describe the structure of a Workbench and Customizing change requests. * Describe the transports in the Three-System Landscape. * Manually import change requests using the STMS transaction. * Verify the transports using the Transport Organizer * Explain the main differences between ABAP and Java development strategies. * Define the data structure in the ABAP environment. Define Three* System Landscape. * Define transport: export and import. * Define the ABAP Language. Define the ABAP Workbench and list its main tools. * Describe the ABAP reports creation process using the ABAP Editor; describe the Internet Communication Manager (ICM) in the Business Server Pages (BSP). * Describe the ABAP Dictionary and the object types. * Identify the Java programming language characteristics. * Describe some functions of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. * Describe the targets of the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure (JDI). * Introduce the methods to connect a SAP system to other systems and optimize the processes in a SAP system. * Define Cross-System Business Processes. * Explain ALE fundamentals. * Define the interface technologies that are used by the SAP system. Explain the meaning and use of business objects and its BAPIs. Implement a RFC connection and execute a remote call. * Define Web Service.

Target Audience

Content

Notes

Software

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NW310

SAP Web Application Server System Maintenance 2 hours II

* System Administrators

* Setting up Operation Modes * RFC Fundamentals and Types * Setting up RFC Connections * Performing and Checking Transports

* Course length: 2 hours

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NW400

SAP Web Application Server Development Overview

4 hours

* ABAP Programmers

* Data Structure and Transports between SAP Systems * The ABAP Language * The ABAP Dictionary * Introduction to the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure * Cross-System Business processes * Remote Function Calls and BAPIs * Web Services

* Course length: 4 hours

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NW500

SAP Web Application Server Database Interaction 2 hours

* Find the log files of the following databases: SAP DB/Max DB, MS SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 (Universal Database), Informix and DB2 (OS/390). * Access basic data about relational database's architecture and functions; introduce the tool used to database administration activities. * System Administrators * Learn how a Database Management System (DBMS) works. Define backup of data and log data. * Explain some basic scenarios of database data recovery. * Schedule activities to be done in the database and verify the result of the activity using the DB13 Planning Calendar transaction.

* Database Logs * Architecture of Database Systems * Backing up the Database Contents * Overview: Monitoring the Database

* Course length: 2 hours

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NW600

SAP Web Application Server Development Analysis and Tools

2 hours

* Describe the SAP Business Workflow. * Describe functionalities of the SAP Business Workflow. * Present the most used tools for the System Administration task. * List the main analysis transactions of the SAP system. Describe an overview of the Computing Center Management System (CCMS) monitors. Define and list some Solution Manager services. Describe the main services of the SAP Service Marketplace. * Present the main functions of the SAP Developer Network. * Introduce the SAP NetWeaver concept and present details of its components. * Explain the current challenges in the IT Scenario. * Explain the SAP NetWeaver integrated system infrastructure. * Business Integration Specialists * Define the main functions of the SAP Enterprise Portal. * Define the main functions of the SAP Mobile Infrastructure. Define OLTP and OLAP. * Describe the components and architecture of the SAP Business Warehouse. * Describe the components of the Process Integration. * List the SAP XI services and its main components. * Define Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA). * Describe the SAP ERP software evolution up to mySAP ERP 2004. * Define Client/Server Architecture, Enterprise Services Architecture and Web Services. * List the SAP's plan for the Enterprise Services Architecture until 2007.

* SAP Business Workflow * Analysis Transactions * Introduction to Solution Manager * SAP Service Marketplace and SAP Developer Network * SAP NetWeaver - Overview and People Integration * SAP NetWeaver - Information Integration * SAP NetWeaver - Process Integration * The way to Enterprise Services Architecture

* Course length: 2 hours

Course Abbreviation

Course Code

Title

Duration

Goals

Target Audience

Content

Notes

Software

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NW900

SAP Web Application Server User Authorization Administration

2 hours

* Understand the authorization test done for every program execution in the SAP system; define users, roles and profiles. * Define User Master Record, Authorization and Roles. * Describe the SU01 - User Maintenance transaction. Define Authorization Objects (its elements and structure). * Describe how the SAP system does the authorization test. * Perform the Role and Profile Maintenance using the PFCG transaction. * Assign roles to users and compare the User Master Record. * System Administrators * Present the necessary configurations for authorizations. Obtain data * Security Administrators about users and his/her authorizations. * Describe the system parameters for user logon. * Describe the rules for passwords in the SAP system. * Verify the user's information system using the SUIM transaction. * Use the available tools in the SAP system for authorization test. * Introduce the available resources for central user administration (CUA). * Describe the CUA and the data exchange between Directory Servers and the SAP system.

* User Administration Concepts * Authorizations Concept * Login parameters and Information System * Central User Administration and Directory Server

* Course length: 2 hours

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SAP01E

SAP Overview

12 hours

* Explain the terminology used at SAP * Provide an overview of SAP’s business solutions * Develop the baseline SAP product knowledge necessary for participation in more detailed SAP courses

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SAP125

SAP Navigation 2005

2 hours

* Familiarize with key terms * navigate within the SAP system.

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SAP126

SAP Portal Navigation 2005

3 days

* Understand the basic principles of navigation in a SAP Portal environment

* SAP Business Suite * SAP NetWeaver incl. Business Intelligence, Exchange * Infrastructure and Enterprise Portals * Project Team Members involved in * SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) incl. Financials, Human Capit organizing and planning an SAP Management, Logistics and Operations, and Analytics and Planning implementation * SAP Customer Relationship Management * Any SAP beginner interested in acquiring a * SAP Supply Chain Management basic overview of SAP solutions * SAP™ Supplier Relationship Management * SAP Product Lifecycle Management * SAP Small and Midsize Business * SAP xApps * Beginner users * Project team members * Project leaders * The SAP Navigation 2005 course is designed to familiarize learners with key * Support personnel terms and how to navigate within the SAP system. You will be introduced to the * SAP consultants key areas of SAP screens, fields, and features. You will also be introduced to ways * Technical consultants in which you can obtain additional help, modify and customize the look of your SAP * Sales system, as well as apply more advanced skills. * Super users * End users * Beginning Users including: * End users * SAP Portal Navigation is a 1/2-hour course that will prepare learners to navigate * Project leaders within SAP Enterprise Portals and familiarizes learners with the portal screen * Project team members layout * SAP consultants * Business executives * People for whom SAP is brand new * People interested in SAP * Project team members * End users * Consultants interested in understanding SAP processes * Power Users * Executives * Primary * End Users * Super Users * Secondary * Project Team * Application Consultants * Consultants * Project Managers * Project Team Leads * Project Team Members * IT Service Desk Managers * IT Service Desk Members * SAP Solution Manager Solution Consultants * Benefits of optimizing a business * How SAP enables business optimization * mySAP Business Suite * Achieving efficient business processes * Optimizing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) business processes * Benefits to customers of optimization * Achieving efficiency through integrated financials * Achieving efficiency through enterprise performance management * Introduction to SAP reporting and analysis solutions (SAP ECC, BW, and SEM) from a non-technical viewpoint * Navigate various application reports and analysis in SAP ECC, BW and SEM. * Interface to 3rd party reporting and analysis tools (Crystal & Excel) * Tips & Tricks to SAP reporting and analysis

* The course includes several practical exercises using the mySAP ERP component (esp. ECC5.0, BW, SEM). 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.

* ERP ECC 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

* Course length: 2 hours

* ERP ECC 6.0

* Format for this course is eLearning * Course length: 1/2 hour * This course should only be taking in conjunction with the standard Navigation course

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SAP130

Business Solutions Powered by SAP

2 hours

* Identify how your organization can use SAP to enable optimization of one or more business processes * Explain the benefits and characteristics of an optimized business. * Describe how SAP enables the optimization of business processes.

* Course length: 2 hours

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SAP600

Navigation in SAP Reports

2 hours

* This course will allow you to: * Gain hands-on experience and conceptual information on SAP reporting and analysis solutions.* And will prepare you to: * Efficiently navigate and use SAP reporting and analysis tools

* Course length: 2 hours

* ERP ECC 6.0

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SM001

Introduction to SAP Solution Manager

2 hours

* Define the concept of the SAP Solution Manager * Discuss the tools provided by the SAP Solution Manager

* This course is meant to familiarize you with the principles and terminology of the SAP Solution Manager. You will be introduced to the benefits of using the SAP * Course length: 2 hours Solution Manager during the implementation of your SAP solutions and during ongoing support and operations. * Global Rollout Overview * Defining Global Templates * Implementing at local sites * Adapting Templates * Using BC Sets with SAP Solution Manager

* Solution Manager 7.0

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SM510

SAP Solution Manager: Global Rollout

4 hours

* Global Roll-out concept * Benefits of a the use of templates for rollout * Use of global templates and it's administration with the SAP Solution Manager * Learn how ITIL processes relate to SAP customer implementations and understand how SAP IT Service and Application Management supports this effort* Understand standard ITIL methodology * Understand additional requirements for SAP Applications * Understand extensions of SAP IT Service and Application Management * Understand how SAP Solution Manager can be used to improve IT processes

* Course length: 4 hours

* Solution Manager 7.0

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SM530

ITIL with SAP Solution Manager

4 hours

* Customer Support Management responsible for optimizing SAP operations and cost structures * SAP Solution Manager Technical Consultants * Customer Support Organizations

* Explain standard ITIL and SAP IT Service and Application Management * Standard ITIL coverage by SAP * Additional tasks covered by SAP IT Service and Application Management

* Course length: 4 hours

* Solution Manager 7.0

Course Abbreviation

Course Code

Title

Duration

Goals

Target Audience * Programmers * System Administrators * Support Team * Project Team

Content * Introduction and Overview * Set Up of the Change Request Management * Development * Testing Change Requests * Import into Production

Notes

Software

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SM550

Change Request Management

4 hours

* Control and handle changes to SAP Systems using SAP Solution Manager

* Course length: 4 hours

* SAP Solution Manager 7.0

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SRF001

Radio Frequency in SAP Software (Solution Overview)

1 hour

* Basic principles of RFID technology* barcode versus Radio Frequency identification * technology components enabling RFID* Overview of the individual SAP * All parties interested in radio frequency technology and how it is implemented in components using Radio Frequency (RF)* SAP Console different SAP solution areas * SAP Mobile Asset Management * SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure* Overview of RFID-enabled processes using SAP solutions * Learn about the basic principles of RFID technology * Understand the benefits of RFID in supply chain processes * Adopt the required infrastructure * Differentiate between the supported scenarios * Describe the required system infrastructure and components* SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure (SAP AII) based on SAP Web Application Server (SAP WAS) 6.40 * SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI) * SAP R/3 Add-Ons* Follow and execute the installation procedure Set up the interface configuration * Program reports with ALV Grid Control * Program database updates * Describe ABAP types in depth * Name Unicode aspects relevant for ABAP programs * All parties interested in leveraging the impact of technical innovation for creating tomorrow‘s supply chain processes

* Understanding of the different key differentiators * Handling of RFID data with mobile devices * Learn about industry-specific adoption

* Course length: 1 hour

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SRF010

SAP RFID-enabled Supply Chain Execution

2 hours

* Introduction of RFID and its use in the area of SC Execution * Implementation options incl. typical roadmap of an RFID project * Individual scenario focus per industry (CP / Retail / ChemPharm / A&D / Automotive)

* Course length: 2 hours

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SRF050

Technical Infrastructure & System Landscape

1 hour

* Technology Consultants and Project Team * Overview of the different landscape set-up options in charge of setting up the overall landscape * System Installation sequence * Component connectivity for RFID-enabled SC Execution * ALV Grid Control * ABAP Open SQL for changing database data * LUW concept * Enqueue mechanism * Update technologies * ABAP types in depth * Unicode and how ABAP is affected

* Course length: 1 hour

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TAW11e

ABAP Details

20 hours

* Development consultants who are responsible for developing and adapting ABAP programs

* Course length: 20 hours * Anyone wanting to become a SAP Certified Development Associate - ABAP - SAP NetWeaver 7.0 should work through TAW11 before attending the class TAW12.

* SAP NetWeaver 7.0

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TBIT50

XI Technical Implementation and Operations (part 1)

6 hours

* Perform the administration and monitoring tasks relevant to the specific components covered in the course.

* Technology Consultants responsible for the implementation and operation of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1

* XI technical architecture overview * Exchange Profile * Runtime Workbench * Integration Business Administrator * PI Software Logistics * Network Considerations * Operations * PI tuning

* Course length: 6 hours * In most countries (for example, Germany) access to e-learning is granted when you book the classroom training course that follows on from the e-learning course, as stated in the curriculum. In other words, participation in the e-learning course is included in the price of the classroom training course. In some countries, elearning is not included in the price of classroom training. Please * XI 7.1 contact your local training department for more information. * If you have studied this e-learning material in detail, successful participation in the following classroom training course is possible in all cases. * The course material is available in English only. A training system is not available from SAP Education for e-learning.

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TBW41

BI - Extraction with UDI and XI and APD

5 hours

* In this course, you will become familiar with selected information from * Solution consultants responsible for the topic areas BI Extraction with UDI & XI, and APD and Transport man implementing SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence agent

* Universal data integration * Exchange Infrastructure * Process Designer analysis * Transport Management

* Course length: 5 hours * To ensure that you retain the knowledge gained in this course and successfully complete the certification examination at the end * SAP NetWeaver 7.0 of course TBW45, we recommend that you consolidate the content in your own time after the course. * A training system is not available from SAP Education for this elearning.

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TERP01

SAP ERP: Introduction

5 days

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify the organizational levels used in SAP ERP * Explain the functions and structure of master data in supporting ERP business processes * Identify the various levels and types of reporting available in SAP ERP

* This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * SAP ERP organizational levels * Functions and structures of master data throughout SAP ERP * SAP ERP analytical and reporting solutions

* Course length: 1,5 hours * This course introduces basic organizational levels and master data concepts used throughout SAP ERP. Detailed explanation of the organizational levels and master data used in the various ERP business processes is covered in the advanced courses associated with each process area.

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

Course Abbreviation

Course Code

Title

Duration

Goals

Target Audience * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

Content

Notes

Software

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TERP02

SAP ERP: Introduction to SAP NetWeaver

1 hour

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify the different components of SAP NetWeaver * Explain the business process functions each NetWeaver component supports.

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * How SAP NetWeaver supports business processes * The technical infrastructure components SAP NetWeaver

* This is not a technical course. This course provides an introduction to SAP NetWeaver and its components. To understand more about SAP NetWeaver from a technical perspective please see the various detailed training available under the NetWeaver curriculum. * Course length: 1 hour

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP11

SAP ERP: Introduction to NetWeaver Business Intelligence (BI)

5 days

* This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * At the end of this course you will be able to: * Explain the basic architecture of SAP Business Information Warehouse * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their (BW) organizations. * Explain how BW reporting and analysis tools support business * Project team members, who need an processes. understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

* Course length: 1,5 hours * Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Concepts and Architecture of Business Information Warehouse (BW). * How BW reporting and analysis tools support various business processes.

* This is not a technical course. This course introduces Business Intelligence as a NetWeaver component supporting business processes. Review the NetWeaver – Business Intelligence curriculum to determine the detailed training you will needs to support your company’s reporting and analysis needs. * Course Length: 1.5 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP12

SAP ERP: Introduction to Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM)

1 hour

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify the components of SEM * Explain the function of each SEM components * Discuss how SEM reporting supports business performance analysis

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * the components of SEM and the business processes they support * how SEM analytical reporting is used for measuring business performance

* This course introduces the basic business processes supported by SEM. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the SEM curriculum. * Course Length: 1 hour

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP21

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Financial Accounting

6 hours

* This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise * At the end of this course you will be able to: in a specific ERP business process area who * Identify Financial Accounting’s organizational structure and master want to expand their general knowledge of data all business processes * Describe the basic business processes supported by: * IT professionals who will be supporting the * General Ledger business processes used by their * Accounts Payable organizations. * Accounts Receivable * Project team members, who need an * Fixed Asset Accounting* Identify the integration points with other ERP understanding of the key integration points processes between business disciplines supporting * Execute basic financial reports business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Financial Accounting’s role in the business * Organizational levels used in Financial Accounting * Financial Accounting’s components: * General Ledger * Accounts Payable * Accounts Receivable * Fixed Asset Accounting * Preparation of financial statements

* This course introduces the basic business processes supported by Financial Accounting. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the Financial Accounting curriculum. * Course Length: 6 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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Target Audience * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

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TERP22

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Management Accounting

6 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify Management Accounting’s organizational structure and master data * Explain the functions supported by: * - Cost Center Accounting * Internal Orders * Profitability Analysis * Profit Center Accounting * Product Costing* Identify the integration points with other ERP business disciplines; Sales & Distribution, Materials Management, etc. * Execute basic management accounting reports & Distribution, Materials Management, etc. * Execute basic management accounting reports

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Management Accounting’s role in the business * Organizational levels used in Management Accounting * Financial Accounting’s components: * Cost Center Accounting * Internal Orders * Profit Center Accounting * Profitability Analysis * Product Costing

* This course introduces the basic business processes supported by Management Accounting. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the Management Accounting curriculum. * Course Length: 6 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP31

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Human Capital Management (HCM)

5 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify Human Capital Management’s organizational structure and master data * Explain how employee records are managed * Describe the basic business processes supported by HCM * Identify the integration points with other ERP processes * Explain the HCM reporting and analysis tools

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Organizational structures used in HCM * How employee records are managed * Basic business processes of HCM * HCM reporting and analysis

* This course introduces the basic business processes supported by HCM. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the HCM curriculum * Course Length: 5 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP41

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Procurement

6 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify Procurement’s organizational structure and master data * Describe the procurement cycle for stock and consumable materials covering the basic steps from purchase requisition through vendor payment * Identify the key integration points with other ERP processes * Describe the types of reports and analysis tools used in procurement

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Procurement’s organizational structure and master data * How purchase requisitions and orders are used in the procurement process * Goods receipt and transfer posting * Invoice verification and vendor payment * Basic procurement reports

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s basic procurement processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Procurement curriculum. * Course Length: 6 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP42

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Inventory & 3 hours Warehouse Management

* This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who * At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify the organization levels and master data used in Inventory and want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes Warehouse Management * IT professionals who will be supporting the * Describe the difference between a stock transfer and a transfer business processes used by their posting organizations. * Explain the Warehouse Management processes used for receiving * Project team members, who need an materials procured on a purchase order and putting them away in a understanding of the key integration points warehouse between business disciplines supporting * Describe the physical inventory process steps business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Organizational levels and master data used to support Inventory Management and Warehouse Management * The difference between stock transfers and transfer postings * How goods receipts are processed in Warehouse Management * Physical inventory process.

* This course introduces the basic business processes carried out in Inventory Management and Warehouse Management. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Inventory and Warehouse Management curriculums. * Course Length: 3 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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Target Audience * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

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TERP51

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Material Planning

3 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify the organizational levels and master data used by Material Planning * Explain the importance of planning strategies on business processes * Explain the differences between Material Requirements Planning (MRP) and Consumption-Based Planning * Describe the steps in the material planning process * Identify the key integration points with other ERP processes

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Organizational levels and master data used in Material Planning. * Planning strategies and their importance to planning processes * Difference between Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) and Consumptionbased Planning * Key integration points with Inventory Management, Sales Order Management, and Manufacturing Execution

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s material planning processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Material Planning curriculum. * Course Length: 3 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP52

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Manufacturing Execution

3 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Explain the differences between discrete, repetitive, and process manufacturing execution processes * Identify the organizational levels and master data used in manufacturing execution * Describe the basic manufacturing execution process steps * Identify key integration points with other ERP processes * Discuss the basic activity and performance reporting available

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Differences between discrete, repetitive, and process manufacturing * Organizational levels and master data used in Manufacturing Execution * Manufacturing execution process * Integration points with other ERP processes * Basic activity and performance reporting available

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s manufacturing execution processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Manufacturing curriculum. * Course Length: 3 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP53

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Enterprise Asset Management & Customer Service

5 hours

* This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who * At the end of this course you will be able to: want to expand their general knowledge of * Identify the organizational levels used in ERP Plant Maintenance & all business processes Customer Services * Describe the different types of master data used in Plant Maintenance * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their & Customer Service. organizations. * Explain the basic steps included in a maintenance process * Project team members, who need an * Explain the basic steps of the service order process. understanding of the key integration points * Describe the types of reports used in monitoring maintenance and between business disciplines supporting service history business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise * At the end of this course you will be able to: in a specific ERP business process area who * Explain how Lifecycle Data Management integrates with the other ERP want to expand their general knowledge of business processes all business processes * Describe the functions of the Classification System * IT professionals who will be supporting the * Explain the use of the Document Management System business processes used by their * Explain how the Product Structure Browser and Engineering organizations. Workbench support collaborative engineering and product development * Project team members, who need an processes understanding of the key integration points * Describe the business process supported by Variant Configuration between business disciplines supporting * Explain the Engineering Change Management process business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Organizational levels used in ERP Plant Maintenance & Customer Services * Different types of master data used in Plant Maintenance & Customer Service. * Phases of the corrective maintenance process * Phases of service order process. * Reports used in monitoring maintenance and service history

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s Enterprise Asset Management & Customer Service processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the Enterprise Asset Management curriculum. * Course Length: 5 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP54

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Lifecycle Data Management

2 hours

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * How Lifecycle Data Management integrates with the various ERP processes * Document Management System * Classification System * Variant Configuration * Product Structure Browser and Engineering Workbench * Engineering Change Management process

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s Lifecycle Data Management processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Lifecycle Data Management curriculum. * Course Length: 2 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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Target Audience * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle. * This course is appropriate for: * Customers and consultants who are new to the SAP ERP solution * Customers and consultants with expertise in a specific ERP business process area who want to expand their general knowledge of all business processes * IT professionals who will be supporting the business processes used by their organizations. * Project team members, who need an understanding of the key integration points between business disciplines supporting business process cycles. * Power/Super Users and End Users who want a better understanding of the total business process cycle.

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TERP61

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Sales Order 6 hours Management

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify Sales Order Management’s organizational structure and master data * Describe the basic order to cash processes supported by Sap ERP * Identify the key integration points with other ERP processes * Describe the types of reports and analysis tools used in Sales Order Management

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to: * Sales Order Management’s organizational structure and master data * ERP’s order to cash processes * Key integration points with other ERP processes * Basic Sales Order Management report and analysis tools

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s Sales Order Management processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Sales Order Management curriculum. * Course Length: 6 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5

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TERP71

SAP ERP: Introduction to Processes in Program and Project Management

4 hours

* At the end of this course you will be able to: * Identify Project Management’s organizational structure and master data * Explain the difference between a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and Network * Describe the Project Management process cycle including: * Project planning & budgeting * Project execution, activity reporting, and status updates * Period end closing * Identify the key integration points with other ERP processes * Describe the basic Project Management report and analysis tools

* Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to:<li>Project Management’s organizational structure and master data * Difference between a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and Network * Project Management process cycle including: * <li>Project planning & budgeting * Project execution, activity reporting, and status updates * Period end closing * Key integration points with other ERP processes * Basic Project Management report and analysis tools

* This course introduces SAP ERP’s Program & Project Management processes. Detailed explanation of each business process, examination of alternative process steps and customizing is covered in the advanced courses available as part of the ERP Project Management curriculum. * Course Length: 4 hours

* Presentations, demonstrations, and practice exercises were carried out using: * SAP ERP 6.0 * SEM 4.0 * BW 3.5