Thursday, June 7, 2007

Advantages and Disadvantages of SAP

Advantages and Disadvantages of SAP SAP Advantages: 1. Integration Integration can be the highest benefit of them all. The only real project aim for implementing ERP is reducing data redudancy and redudant data entry. If this is set as a goal, to automate inventory posting to G/L, then it might be a successful project. Those companies where integration is not so important or even dangerous, tend to have a hard time with ERP. ERP does not improve the individual efficiency of users, so if they expect it, it will be a big disappointment. ERP improves the cooperation of users. 2. Efficiency Generally, ERP software focuses on integration and tend to not care about the daily needs of people. I think individual efficiency can suffer by implementing ERP. the big question with ERP is whether the benefit of integration and cooperation can make up for the loss in personal efficiency or not. 3. Cost reduction It reduces cost only if the company took accounting and reporting seriously even before implementation and had put a lot of manual effort in it. If they didn't care about it, if they just did some simple accounting to fill mandatory statements and if internal reporting did not exists of has not been fincancially-oriented, then no cost is reduced. 4. Less personnel Same as above. Less reporting or accounting personnel, but more sales assistants etc. 5. Accuracy No. People are accurate, not software. What ERP does is makes the lives of inaccurate people or organization a complete hell and maybe forces them to be accurate (which means hiring more people or distributing work better), or it falls. Disadvantages: 1. Expensive This entails software, hardware, implementation, consultants, training, etc. Or you can hire a programmer or two as an employee and only buy business consulting from an outside source, do all customization and end-user training inside. That can be cost-effective. 2. Not very flexible It depends. SAP can be configured to almost anything. In Navision one can develop almost anything in days. Other software may not be flexible.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Useful Transaction Codes

Useful Transaction Codes: AL11 SAP directories BAPI BAPI Explorer BUSP Regenerate screens during BDT development CMOD Project management FILE Logical file paths GRANT_CUSTOMIZE Customize Grant management screens via SAP's BDT(business data toolset) - Must have permission from SAP to use this method of modification OAOR Business document navigator (edit ENJOYSAP_LOGO etc for ALV Tree) OLE Examples for OLE Processing PFTC Workflow SA38 Execute program SCC1 Client Copy, copy transport SCDO Change Document / Change History SCOT SAPconnect Administration. SE01 Transport Organizer (extended view) SE03 Transport Organizer Tools (change package/dev class etc..) SE09 Workbench organiser SE11 ABAP Dictionary SE14 Database utility: Adjust after change to definition, delete…. SE16 Data browser, view/add table data SE18 Business Add-ins(BADI’s): Definition transaction SE19 Business Add-ins(BADI’s): Implementation transaction SE24 Class builder SE38 Program Editor SE39 Split screen editor SE41 Menu Painter SE51 Screen Painter SE61 Document maintenance SE71 Form painter (SAPscript) SE80 Object Navigator ( SAP Development workbench, most development functionality is available from this transaction ) SE81 Application Hierarchy (leads to SE84 for desired area) SE84 Repository info system SE91 Message Maintenance SE93 Maintain Transaction code SHD0 Create Transaction Variant. Enter name of transaction plus name of new/existing variant. SHDB Batch input recorder SLIN ABAP program extended syntax check (full check of programs syntax) SM04 User overview SM12 Lock entries SM13 Update Requests SM21 Online system log analysis SM30 Maintain table views SM31 Table maintenance SM35 Batch input i.e. Recording SM36 Create background job SM37 Background job monitor, Select background jobs SM49 External Commands SM50 Process overview (within current server) SM51 Server overview SM59 Display and Maintain RFC destination SM64 Display/maintain Events SM66 Process(session) overview across all servers SM69 External commands(Maintain) SMW0 SAP WEB Repository(binary data) - add/ mod images(used to put in screen containers) SMX View background jobs SNOTE SAP note assistant (if installed) SNRO Maintain number ranges (use FM 'NUMBER_GET_NEXT' to retrieve next number in range.) SO10 Standard text editor SP01 Spool list SP02 Own spool list SPAD Spool Administrator SPAM Support package manager SPAU Modification adjustment SPRO IMG SQ01 Sap Query ST02 Database Tune Summary ST04 DB Performance Monitor STMS Transport Manager ST22 ABAP Dump Analysis SU01 User Maintenance SU53 Retrieve authorisation data for object, execute after error message is displayed(/nsu53) SUIM User info system (New user, Roles, Authorisations, User tcodes etc..) SXDA Data transfer workbench SALE IDoc and ALE development VOK2 Output determination by functional area / output type (Output programs). WEDI IDoc and EDI Basis If you have any other queries mail me : riteshchoudhury@gmail.com Now get paid for each sms u recieve in ur phone...seems intresting.. yaa its true register here http://www.mginger.com/index.jsp?inviteId=9015

Sunday, June 3, 2007

Installing SAP in Windows 2003 server

Installation guidelines for SAP 4.6c 1. Install OS (server) 2. Create a microsoft loop back adapter 3. config by giving an ip addres eg. 192.168.1.2 4. Edit the Host file in windowws type: 192.168.1.2 om SAPTRANSHOST where om is the computer name give one space after ip address and two tabs after computer name 5. save the file 6. check the connection by typing ping saptranshost in command prompt ** paging allocation ** select atleast 1500-2000 mb for pagging file 7. install Oracle by running sapsever.cmd 8. stop all oracle process from going to serices.msc 9. install oracle patches. 10. restart the system 11. install the SAP istance by running setup.bat 12. follow on screen instruction 13. log off 14.install central instance 15. install database instance 16. on 95% it will ask for a password there we have to start the sap server. 17. complete the installation 18. install SAp GUI if you have any other queries mail me : riteshchoudhury@gmail.com now get paid for each sms u recieve in ur phone... seems intresting.. yaa its true register here http://www.mginger.com/index.jsp?inviteId=9015

COURSE CONTENT FOR SAP-BASIS

COURSE CONTENT FOR SAP-BASIS Introduction to SAP R/3 Basis =>What is Basis? =>Introduction to SAP R/3 Client / Server Technology and SAP R/3 Architecture =>Roles and Responsibilities of Basis Consultants =>Database Service. Application Services, Presentation Services =>Introduction to OS Concepts =>Introduction to SAP R/3 Hardware Concepts : The CPU =>Introduction to SAP R/3 Hardware Concepts : Storage =>Available SAP R/3 Platforms – Windows NT =>SAP R/3 Networking issues Architecture of SAP R/3 Application Server =>SAP R/3 Application Server Architecture =>Dialog Server =>Update Server =>SAP R/3 Work Process – Overview =>Managing SAP R/3 Work Processes SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Client =>Introduction to Client =>Creating Client =>Client Copy ( Local, Remote, Export and Import ) =>Dropping a Client SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – User Managements =>Creating User =>Authorizations =>Profiles and Activity Groups =>Locking and Unlocking a User =>Introduction to profile Generator =>Profile Management ( Single and Composite ) =>Limiting Logon Attempts =>Setting Password Controls =>Maintaining User defaults & Options SAP R/3 Administrator Tasks – Background Jobs =>Jobs Definition =>Start Date =>Job Steps =>Job Monitoring =>Deleting a Job PROFILE AND OPERATION MODES Default profile Startup profile Instance profile DATA ARCHIVING Data Archiving SPOOLING Front end computer spooling Access method SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – CCMS =>OS Monitoring =>DB Monitoring =>Alerts SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Memory Management and Miscellaneous =>Introduction to SAP R/3 Virtual Memory =>SAP R/3 Buffers =>SAP R/3 Memory Management System =>Remote Function Call ( RFC ) =>Dump Analysis =>Sys Log Types of R/3 Systems and System Landscape =>Development (DEV). Testing (QTST). Production ( PROD ) =>Single System Landscape =>Two System Landscape =>There System Landscape SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Change and Transport System =>Customizing =>ABAP/4 Workbench =>Change Request =>Recording Changes =>Transportation Transport Management System ( TMS ) =>TMS Domain =>TMS Domain Controller =>Transport Groups =>Transport Layer =>Transport Route =>Transport Directory =>Virtual Systems =>SAP R/3 Repository SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Patch Administration =>Overview of Support Packages =>Introduction to Applying SAP Patches =>Introduction to Applying Kernel Patches SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – SAP-DBA =>Oracle Server Architecture Overview =>Oracle Server Startup/Shutdown =>Table space Administration =>SAP R/3 Reorganization of an Oracle Database =>SAP R/3 Restore and Recovery of an Oracle Database =>Startup and Shutdown of database SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Database Analysis =>Size =>Free Space =>Growth History =>Statistics SAP R/3 Installation =>Installing SAP R/3 on Windows NT / 2000 – Preparation =>Installing SAP R/3 on Windows NT / 2000 – Installation =>Installing SAP R/3 on Windows NT / 2000 – Post Installation =>Language Transport =>Installing Database Server and Application Server =>Installing Presentation Server ( SAP GUI ) & Accessing SAP R/3 from PC =>Starting and Stopping R/3 System SAP R/3 Administration Tasks – Installing an application server =>Installing an application server =>Changing Parameters Review of T – Codes SAP R/3 Administrative Task Wide If you have any other queries mail me : riteshchoudhury@gmail.com Now get paid for each sms u recieve in ur phone...seems intresting.. yaa its true register here http://www.mginger.com/index.jsp?inviteId=9015

What is SAP? Introduction To SAP

What is SAP? SAP (Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing) • SAP is both the name of the Company as well as their ERP Product. SAP, started in 1972 by five former IBM employees in Mannheim, Germany, states that it is the world's largest inter-enterprise software company and the world's fourth-largest independent software supplier, overall. The original name for SAP was German: Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte, German for "Systems Applications and Products." The original SAP idea was to provide customers with the ability to interact with a common corporate database for a comprehensive range of applications. Gradually, the applications have been assembled and today many corporations, including IBM and Microsoft, are using SAP products to run their own businesses. SAP is an ERP Package: ERP (enterprise resource planning) is an industry term for the broad set of activities supported by multi-module application software that helps a manufacturer or other business manage the important parts of its business, including product planning, parts purchasing, maintaining inventories, interacting with suppliers, providing customer service, and tracking orders. ERP can also include application modules for the finance and human resources aspects of a business. Typically, an ERP system uses or is integrated with a relational database system. The deployment of an ERP system can involve considerable business process analysis, employee retraining, and new work procedures. Enterprise Architecture - Benefits • Eliminates the duplication, discontinuity and redundancy in data • Increases the return on investment made on IT implementations • Delivers quality information designed for the Enterprise as a whole • Faster and cheaper • Delivers quality information to produce a quality enterprise • Satisfying Partners/Customers • Reducing required manpower There are now 44,500 installations of SAP, in 120 countries, with more then 10 million users! SAP now are moving away from describing their system as a set of modules, and now are using the term ‘solutions’, which is much better. If you visit SAP’s website (as we urge you to do) you will find that they have structured their Solutions tab as follows: Financials Human Resources Customer Relationship Management Supplier Relationship Management Product Lifecycle Management Supply Chain Management Business Intelligence If you’re still looking for that list of modules, here they are: FI Financial Accounting – essentially your regulatory ‘books of record’, includingGeneral ledger Book close Tax Accounts receivable Accounts payable Consolidation Special ledgers CO Controlling – basically your internal cost/management accounting, includingCost elements Cost centres Profit centres Internal orders Activity based costing Product costing AM Asset Management – track, value and depreciate your assets, includingPurchase Sale Depreciation Tracking PS Project Systems – manage your projects, large and small, includingMake to order Plant shut downs (as a project) Third party billing (on the back of a project) HR Human Resources – ah yes, people, includingEmployment history Payroll Training Career management Succession planning PM Plant Maintenance – maintain your equipment (e.g. a machine, an oil rig, an aircraft etc), includingLabour Material Down time and outages MM Materials Management – underpins the supply chain, includingRequisitions Purchase orders Goods receipts Accounts payable Inventory management BOM’s Master raw materials, finished goods etc QM Quality Management – improve the quality of your goods, includingPlanning Execution Inspections Certificates PP Production Planning – manages your production process, includingCapacity planning Master production scheduling Material requirements planning Shop floor SD Sales and Distribution – from order to delivery, including RFQ Sales orders Pricing Picking (and other warehouse processes) Packing Shipping CA Cross Application – these lie on top of the individual modules, and include WF – workflow BW – business information warehouse Office – for email Workplace Industry solutions New Dimension products such as CRM, PLM, SRM, APO etc If you have any other queries mail me : riteshchoudhury@gmail.com Now get paid for each sms u recieve in ur phone...seems intresting.. yaa its true register here http://www.mginger.com/index.jsp?inviteId=9015

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