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  • 1. Unit 2 The Basics - Navigation -
  • 2. Overview • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 2 reserved.
  • 3. SAP R/3 System Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 3 reserved.
  • 4. Logging On - SAP R/3 Initial Screens © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 4 reserved.
  • 5. Logging On - The Client • This is a numeric field • This number defines a whole business entity © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 5 reserved.
  • 6. Logging On - User • Enter the name of the SAP user • Users of SAP system are client-specific – User identification on one client will only allow access to that client on that server © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 6 reserved.
  • 7. Logging On - Password Rules • Letters • Numbers • Easy to remember • 3-8 Characters long • No 3 Characters can be the same • Do not start with a ? or an ! • Do not use previous 5 passwords © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 7 reserved.
  • 8. Logging On - Language• SAP supports multi- national character sets and languages on the same system, at the same time• Default languages are English and German © SAP AG - University Alliances and The January 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 8 reserved.
  • 9. Logging On - Data Record Table Valid Valid Client User Password From To 400 STEVE ******** 1/1/2000 12/21/2000 400 BOB ******** 1/1/2000 12/21/2000 400 JERRY ******** 1/1/2000 12/21/2000 410 STEVE ******** 1/1/2005 12/31/2008 410 BOB ******** 1/1/2005 12/31/2008 410 JERRY ******** 1/1/2005 12/31/2008 © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 9 reserved.
  • 10. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging On • SAP R/3 Screens • Basics of Data Entry • Working with Multiple Sessions • Reporting • On-line Help and System Messages • Setting User Defaults • Logging Off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 10 reserved.
  • 11. SAP R/3 Screens - The Topics • Easy Access desktop • System menus • System navigation • Transaction name • Transaction icons • Transaction work area • Status messages © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 11 reserved.
  • 12. SAP R/3 Screens - Easy Access Desktop System MenusSystem TransactionNavigation Name Transaction Icons Transaction Work Area © SAP AG - University Alliances and The Status Messages January 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 12 reserved.
  • 13. SAP R/3 Screens - Easy Access Desktop Favorites Folder and Sub-FolderTransactions © SAP AG - University Alliances and The January 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 13 reserved.
  • 14. SAP R/3 Screens - System Menus © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 14 reserved.
  • 15. SAP R/3 Screens - System Navigation © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 15 reserved.
  • 16. SAP R/3 Screens - Transaction Name © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 16 reserved.
  • 17. SAP R/3 Screens - Transaction Name © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 17 reserved.
  • 18. SAP R/3 Screens - Transaction Icons• Screen or view dependant – (e.g. materials master will differ from sales order entry, will differ from the main menu) © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 18 reserved.
  • 19. SAP R/3 Screens – Transaction Work Area © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 19 reserved.
  • 20. SAP R/3 Screens – Status Messages System Message System Information © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 20 reserved.
  • 21. SAP R/3 Transaction Screen Tabs Header Line Item Detail Line Item © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 21 reserved.
  • 22. SAP R/3 Master Data Screen Tabs © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 22 reserved.
  • 23. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features• Logging on• SAP R/3 screens• Basics of data entry• Working with multiple sessions• Reporting• On-line help and system messages• Setting user defaults• Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 23 reserved.
  • 24. Basics of Data Entry • Using menus • Using transaction codes • System > status • Using /n • Multiple sessions • Using /o © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 24 reserved.
  • 25. Basics of Data Entry • Types of entry fields • Moving between fields • Radio buttons and check boxes • Possible entry fields • Match-codes • Saving data • Canceling data © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 25 reserved.
  • 26. Basics of Data Entry Cancel Save Tab Entry (Input) Field Check Box Pull Down © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 26 reserved.
  • 27. Basics of Data Entry • There are three types of entry fields: – Required – Default entry – Optional entry field © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 27 reserved.
  • 28. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 28 reserved.
  • 29. Working with Multiple Sessions Opens another session © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 29 reserved.
  • 30. Working with Multiple Sessions • An SAP session is a window in which the user may perform a particular task • Users may have up to six sessions open at one time © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 30 reserved.
  • 31. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 31 reserved.
  • 32. Reporting • Three basic steps to running a report – Access the report – Enter selection criteria – Execute the report © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 32 reserved.
  • 33. Reporting Access Selection Execution © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 33 reserved.
  • 34. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 34 reserved.
  • 35. On-line Help © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 35 reserved.
  • 36. On-line Help• Help on screen fields - F1 – Extended help – Reference information – Technical information• Displaying possible entries - F4• Using the Help menu – Extended help – R/3 library – Getting started © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 36 reserved.
  • 37. On-line Help F1 - Key F4 - Key © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 37 reserved.
  • 38. System Messages • E = Error – An invalid entry has been made – The cursor moves to the field where the error has occurred • W = Warning – A possible error has been made – The user can continue without changing • I = Information – Feedback from the system © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 38 reserved.
  • 39. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 39 reserved.
  • 40. Setting User Defaults © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 40 reserved.
  • 41. SAP R/3 System - Standard Features • Logging on • SAP R/3 screens • Basics of data entry • Working with multiple sessions • Reporting • On-line help and system messages • Setting user defaults • Logging off © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 41 reserved.
  • 42. Logging Off • System > logoff • Exit button • Control box For security purposes it is important to log off SAP whenever you leave your PC. Your user name is linked with all transactions you perform providing an audit trail. © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 42 reserved.
  • 43. BPI – I - Exercise Purchase Requisition Purchase Order Roadmap Check Run MRP Availability Goods Receipt Procurement Process Sales Order Entry Invoice Pick Receipt Sales Order Materials Process Payment to VendorReceipt ofPayment Post Goods Invoice Issue Customer © SAP AG - University Alliances and The January 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 43 reserved.

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