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activities. This move increases adaptability, flexibility, openness and efficiency. The move towards E-SOA helps
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hardware technologies which helps make ERP adoption more attractive for small- or mid-sized companies.

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SAP R/3 Release 4.6


This course will introduce the student to the fundamentals, navigation, overview of the following Modules; mySAP
Finance, mySAP Logistics, mySAP ERP Architecture and SAP Administration. You will also learn how to plan and
implement SAP projects and to use SAP NetWeaver as well as ABAP fundamentals and programming.

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SAP R/3 Release 4.6

SAP R/3 Release 4.6 Curriculum Outline

Navigating SAP R/3 Release 4.6

Overview/Description
To enable the student to log on to SAP R/3 Release 4.6, manipulate the user interface, navigate the system, and
create and configure a favorites list
Target Audience
Existing SAP R/3 users upgrading to Release 4.6

Prerequisites
General understanding of SAP R/3

Expected Duration (hours)


1.8

Lesson Objectives

Navigating SAP R/3 Release 4.6

• Log on to SAP R/3, customize the logon menu, and change a password.
• Log on to SAP R/3 as an end-user and change a password.
• Identify the components of the SAP user interface and explain their functions.
• Explain how to change the appearance of various elements of the SAP interface.
• Describe how to use the SAP Easy Access screen to navigate to and run SAP transactions.
• Create a shortcut from the desktop and from an open screen.
• Describe how to open, navigate between, and close multiple sessions in SAP R/3 Release 4.6.
• Describe the function of the Favorites folder and move, rename, and delete items in the folder.

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Using SAP R/3 Release 4.6

Overview/Description
To enable the student to work with tasks and to describe some of the updated screens in Release 4.6

Target Audience
Existing SAP R/3 users upgrading to Release 4.6

Prerequisites
General understanding of SAP R/3

Expected Duration (hours)


2.1

Lesson Objectives

Using SAP R/3 Release 4.6

• Use the User and SAP menus to find transactions.


• Manipulate fields and input, change, and save data.
• Describe how to locate object codes using the search and help features in the SAP R/3 system.
• Create a purchase order using Release 4.6.
• Print a variety of documents in SAP R/3 Release 4.6 and select their output settings.
• Explain the new Release 4.6 interface features and the changes in the Materials Management
module.
• Describe the new interface changes associated with sales orders and customer master records.
• Discuss the fundamental changes that have occurred in the Service Management module in the
move to the new Release 4.6 graphical user interface.
• Explain how to display vendor master records, enter a vendor invoice, and display vendor line
details.
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SAP R/3 Release 4.6 Fundamentals

Overview/Description
To describe and demonstrate how SAP R/3 Release 4.6 application modules support business activities

Target Audience
New SAP R/3 Release 4.6 end-users

Prerequisites
A basic knowledge of Windows

Expected Duration (hours)


2.2

Lesson Objectives

SAP R/3 Release 4.6 Fundamentals

• Describe how SAP R/3 Release 4.6 supports a business environment.


• Explain SAP customization and system-wide concepts, and describe the reporting and archiving
tools.
• Discuss in detail the system architecture of SAP R/3 Release 4.6.
• Explain how the Business Framework simultaneously enables independence and integration for
applications.
• Describe the stages and activities in the Customer Order Management (COM) process.
• Describe all the stages in the Production process.
• Provide an overview of the steps and activities involved in the Procurement process.
• Discuss the financial accounting processes for both internal and external accounting requirements.
• Describe the structure and functionality of the Human Resources (HR) module in Release 4.6.
• Describe the functions of the Plant Maintenance, Project System, and Service Management
modules.
• Explain how SAP R/3 Release 4.6 both connects a business to the outside world and integrates its
internal processes.

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SAP Overview

Overview/Description
To recognize SAP as a leading ERP solution, identify the mySAP products available, and execute basic tasks in
mySAP ERP

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


2.5
Lesson Objectives

SAP Overview

• Identify the features and benefits of ERP.


• Identify the functions of the SAP range of solutions.
• Recognize the appropriate SAP solution to integrate business processes in a given scenario.
• Recognize which module of the mySAP ERP solution solves a specific business need.
• Recognize which new-dimension product meets a specific business need.
• Recognize the appropriate mySAP Business Suite solutions and modules to use in a given
scenario.
• Recognize the underlying concepts of mySAP ERP.
• Recognize how to execute a task in the SAP R/3 GUI.
• Execute a task using SAP R/3 GUI in a given scenario.

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mySAP Finance Modules

Overview/Description
To recognize how to align business processes with key financials modules in the SAP R/3 package

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


1.8

Lesson Objectives

mySAP Finance Modules

• Determine the data required to complete Financial Accounting transactions in given scenarios.
• Select and interpret a report that meets a business need in the given scenario.
• Align business processes with the Financial Accounting module in a given scenario.
• Determine the data required to complete Controlling transactions in given scenarios.
• Select and interpret a report that meets a business need in the given scenario.
• Align business processes with the Controlling module in a given scenario.

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mySAP Logistics Modules

Overview/Description
To recognize how to align business processes with key logistics modules in the mySAP ERP R/3 package.
Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


2.8

Lesson Objectives

mySAP Logistics Modules

• Determine the data required to complete Materials Management transactions in given scenarios.
• Determine which report meets a business need in a given scenario.
• Align business processes with the Materials Management module in a given scenario.
• Determine the data required to complete Production Planning and Control transactions in given
scenarios.
• Determine which report meets a business need in a given scenario.
• Align business processes with the Production Planning and Control module in a given scenario.
• Determine the data required to complete Sales and Distribution transactions in given scenarios.
• Determine which report meets a business need in a given scenario.
• Align business processes with the Sales and Distribution module in a given scenario.

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mySAP ERP Architecture

Overview/Description
To recognize the SAP R/3 architecture and how NetWeaver enhances the current SAP R/3 architecture.

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


1.7

Lesson Objectives

mySAP ERP Architecture

• Determine the components applicable at different layers of the client/server architecture in given
scenarios.
• Recognize how work processes function in SAP R/3.
• Determine the SAP R/3 system landscape and its associated R/3 instances in a given scenario.
• Identify the NetWeaver configuration for a component in a given scenario.
• Define a landscape for a given scenario.
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SAP R/3 Administration

Overview/Description
To recognize how to use system monitoring tools, how to perform user management tasks, and how to implement
security

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


2.7

Lesson Objectives

SAP R/3 Administration

• Configure a work process in a given scenario.


• Monitor user activity in an R/3 instance in given scenarios.
• Recognize how to use the System Log to monitor system events in given scenarios.
• Access information on runtime errors for error analysis in a given R/3 instance.
• Monitor an R/3 instance in given scenarios.
• Perform user management tasks in given scenarios.
• Implement user-level security in a given scenario.
• Associate a role to a user in a given scenario.

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Planning and Implementing SAP Projects

Overview/Description
To implement SAP projects using the ASAP methodology and the SAP implementation guide

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


2.3

Lesson Objectives

Planning and Implementing SAP Projects

• Recognize the activities involved in preparing for SAP project implementation.


• Recognize the activities involved in the business blueprint phase of SAP project implementation.
• Recognize activities involved in the realization phase of SAP project implementation.
• Recognize the activities of the final preparation phase and the go live and support phase.
• Recognize the activities in implementing an SAP project in a given scenario.
• Configure a business process activity using IMG to implement an SAP project in a given scenario.
• Configure a business process activity for a given scenario.

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SAP NetWeaver

Overview/Description
To recognize how SAP NetWeaver features as an integration and application platform and how it supports open
standards using web and enterprise services.

Target Audience
The audience includes project team members as defined by SAP, trainee technical consultants on SAP
implementation projects, and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)


1.8

Lesson Objectives

SAP NetWeaver

 Recognize the SAP NetWeaver architecture components and tools that provide integration and application
capabilities.
 Recognize how NetWeaver components enable NetWeaver to serve as an integration platform.
 Recognize how the SAP Web Application Server enables NetWeaver to function as an application platform.
 Recognize the features and benefits of SAP NetWeaver as an integration and application platform in a given
scenario.
 Recognize how SAP NetWeaver provides support for open standards using web and enterprise services.
 Recognize how to implement open standards for an enterprise using web and enterprise services.
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ABAP Fundamentals

Overview/Description
To recognize the basic features of ABAP, including the workbench and ABAP tools, and to learn how to create a
domain, a data element, and a table.

Target Audience
Project team members who will be involved at a programming level in customizing SAP implementations using SAPs
ABAP programming language

Prerequisites
Those taking SAP ABAP Programming Fundamentals training are expected to have some generic knowledge of
programming concepts and at least some foundation-level programming experience

Expected Duration (hours)


2.5
Lesson Objectives

ABAP Fundamentals

• Recognize the basic concepts of ABAP and access the ABAP Workbench.
• Recognize which ABAP Workbench tool to use in a given scenario.
• Recognize the characteristics of the ABAP data dictionary objects.
• Recognize the features of ABAP and the functions of the ABAP tools and data dictionary objects.
• Recognize the components of a table definition.
• Create a domain and a data element in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to create a table in a given scenario.
• Create domains and data elements and use them to create Data Dictionary tables for a given
scenario.

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ABAP Programming I

Overview/Description
To create a basic and an interactive report program using ABAP and to recognize how to preform basic object-
oriented tasks such as creating and instantiating a class

Target Audience
Project team members who will be involved at a programming level in customizing SAP implementations using SAPs
ABAP programming language

Prerequisites
Those taking SAP ABAP Programming Fundamentals training are expected to have some generic knowledge of
programming concepts and at least some foundation-level programming experience

Expected Duration (hours)


3.4

Lesson Objectives

ABAP Programming I

• Define ABAP data objects in a given scenario.


• Recognize how to perform assignments and calculations in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to control ABAP program flow in given scenarios.
• Create a simple ABAP program in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to read and modify data from the database using internal tables in a given
scenario.
• Recognize how to control a report program using events and messages in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to create interactive report programs for a given scenario.
• Create an interactive report program for a given scenario.
• Recognize how to create and instantiate a class in ABAP.
• Recognize how to implement inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism using classes in given
scenarios.
• Recognize how to work with ABAP classes in a given scenario.
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ABAP Programming II

Overview/Description
To create a dialog program and format and print a SAP form

Target Audience
Project team members who will be involved at a programming level in customizing SAP implementations using SAPs
ABAP programming language

Prerequisites
Those taking SAP ABAP Programming Fundamentals training are expected to have some generic knowledge of
programming concepts and at least some foundation-level programming experience

Expected Duration (hours)


2.7

Lesson Objectives

ABAP Programming II

• Recognize how to open, activate, and create a transaction code for a new dialog program in a
given scenario.
• Recognize how to create screens and GUI status in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to define the flow logic of a screen in a given scenario.
• Create a dialog program for a given scenario.
• Recognize how to format SAPscript forms for printing in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to print forms using SAPscript in a given scenario.
• Recognize how to print Smart Forms in a given scenario.
• Format and print a form in a given scenario.