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Sap overview


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Sap overview

  1. 1. Scaled To Your Business, Ready For Your Future SAP OVERVIEW
  2. 2. Logging In Calling Functions Navigation Options Presentation Map System Messages SAP Screen Structure Help Facility
  3. 3. Printing Presentation Map Personalising User Profile
  4. 4. Logging In SAP OVERVIEW
  5. 5. LOGGING IN General
  7. 7. When logging on users will receive a New Password prompt when: •User is logging onto the system for the first time •When password has been reset NEW USER PROMPT
  8. 8. Screen Structure SAP OVERVIEW
  9. 9. SAP EASY ACCESS SCREEN Default Initial Screen in SAP Systems
  10. 10. Example of Typical SAP Screen
  11. 11.  COMMAND FIELD: Direct entry to transactions by typing transaction code  MENU BAR: Top Line of any primary window in the SAP System. Menu depends on application.  STANDARD TOOLBAR: Contains standard pushbuttons in the SAP System  TITLE BAR: Names the function being accessed.  APPLICATION TOOLBAR: Shows pushbuttons that are available in a particular application. SCREEN ELEMENTS SUMMARY
  12. 12.  CHECKBOXES: Checkboxes allow selection of several options from a group of fields.  RADIO BUTTONS: Radio Buttons only allow selection of a single option.  TABS: Allows organisation of several screens to improve clarity  STATUS BAR: The status bar displays information on the current system  INPUT FIELD: Allows user to make entries. SCREEN ELEMENTS SUMMARY
  13. 13. Enter Exit Cancel Back Create Execute Save Display Change Delete Find Print Create Session First Page Last Page Page Up Page Down COMMON PUSHBUTTONS IN SAP Copy Help Customize Local Layout Create Shortcut Maximise
  14. 14. Calling Functions SAP OVERVIEW
  15. 15. Calling Functions SAP Standard Menu Role Based Menu Favourites List Entries in the Command Field Menu Bar
  16. 16. SAP EASY ACCESS MENU This is the Default SAP Menu screen
  17. 17. ROLE BASED USER MENU Menu structured according to Roles assigned to the User
  18. 18. USING FAVORITES Favourites Menu allows users to add functions from SAP Menu to Personal Favourites Favourites List
  19. 19. Command Field Command Field From SAP Menu enter transaction code to call a transaction e.g. FS00 /n to cancel current transaction /n#### to call a transaction directly from another transaction /o to get an over view of sessions /o #### to call another transaction in a new session. /nend ends logon session with dialog box /nex ends logon session without dialog box /i to delete session being currently used
  20. 20. nu Bar •You choose menus, submenus, and functions by clicking on them •Choosing from a menu •To choose a menu with the mouse, click on the desired menu in the menu bar or SAP Easy Access workplace menu. •The menu opens – that is, its contents (functions, submenus or both) appear. •In the “menu bar of the SAP window”, the dropdown arrows indicating submenu options are to the right of each menu item, as in the following example.
  21. 21. Navigation Options SAP NAVIGATION
  22. 22. SAP Easy Access and Favorites list Command field Menu NAVIGATION OPTIONS
  23. 23. 1 2 3.. Multiple Logons And Multiple Sessions
  24. 24. Scrolling to View Information When you view information (for example, a list or online help), not all of the information may be in your window. To see the additional information, you use scrollbars. To move: • Up and Down, use the vertical scrollbar • Left and Right, use the horizontal scrollbar 04. Toolbars
  25. 25. Caching Function For Input Fields you can view and select recently entered data by: •Using the Backspace key •Using the Space Bar Note: Recently Entered Values are stored on the user Machine and not on the server.
  26. 26. System Messages SAP NAVIGATION
  27. 27. Information Warning Error SYSTEM MESSAGES Proceed Proceed with caution Stop!
  28. 28. Help Facility SAP NAVIGATION
  30. 30. USING HELP
  31. 31. Technical Information F1 help Field Help F1: Field Help
  32. 32. F4 help Possible Entries F4: POSSIBLE ENTRIES
  33. 33. Printing SAP NAVIGATION
  34. 34. Printing from the mySAP System When you want to output data, either online or in the background, the SAP out system creates the document by generating: • A spool request which contains device-independent data • An output request that is used to send the data to the respective output device.
  35. 35. Personalising User Profile SAP OVERVIEW
  36. 36. Personalising Graphic User Interface
  37. 37. Own Data
  38. 38. Questions? SAP OVERVIEW