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SAP ABAP

Overview:

SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) is one of the many specific fourth-generation languages (4GLs). ABAP is the main language used for build solid business application in the SAP Runtime environment. It is an interpreted and Object Oriented programming language that runs in the SAP ABAP Runtime environment.

Training Objectives of ABAP:

The Main Objective of the SAP ABAP is to understand the key concepts in the Object OrientedProgramming is to integrate it into SAP ABAP to implement the various applications, and to understand the concepts of ABAP Objects and how to use them in Workbench tools to develop their own business applications and to enhance the Standard SAP Software to meet specific customer requirements.

Target Students / Prerequisites:

The main Prerequisites for ABAP is the basic qualification for making a career in SAP ABAP programming Development is sharp programming and Logical skills and understand the concepts of object oriented programming along with solid knowledge on the database.

Course Details

Introduction to ERP

  • What is ERP?
  • Why we need ERP?
  • Advantages of ERP
  • Major ERP Packages

Introduction to SAP & R/3 Architecture

  • What is SAP?
  • History & Features of SAP
  • SAP R/2 Architecture (Limitations of R/2 Architecture)
  • SAP R/3 Architecture (Types of work processes)
  • SAP R/3 Application Modules
  • SAP Landscape

Introduction to ABAP/4

  • What is ABAP?
  • Logon to SAP Environment
  • Transaction Codes
  • Multitasking Commands
  • Comments
  • Errors
  • ABAP/4 Editor ( SE38 )
  • Steps for Creating a Program
  • Elements in R/3 Screen
  • Out put Statements
  • Operators in ABAP
  • Data, Parameter & ConstantStatements
  • Data Types & Classification
  • Data Objects& Classification
  • Text Elements
  • String Operations
  • Control Statements
  • Field strings

ABAP Dictionary

  • ABAP Dictionary Introduction
  • Data Dictionary Functions
  • Data Dictionary Objects
  • Data Base Tables
  • Structures
  • Views
  • Data Elements
  • Type Groups
  • Domains
  • Search helps
  • Lock objects
  • Primary Key And Foreign Key
  • Table Maintenance Generator

Packages

  • Creating a package
  • Difference between local objects & packages
  • Transferring local objects to packages

Variants

  • Variants Introduction
  • Creating variants in ABAP Editor & Data Dictionary

Message Classes

  • Message Class Introduction
  • Message types
  • Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs

Election Screens

  • Selection screen Introduction
  • Parameter Statement
  • Select-options Statement
  • Selection-screen Statement
  • Screen table and its fields
  • Dynamic screen modification by using Modif Id key

Open SQL Statements

  • Select
  • Insert
  • Modify
  • Update
  • Delete

Internal Tables

  • Internal Tables Introduction
  • DeclaringInternal Table
  • Populating Internal Table
  • Processing Internal Table
  • Initializing Internal Tables
  • Inner Joins And For All Entries
  • Control Break Statements

Debugging Techniques

  • Debugging Techniques Introduction
  • Break-points (Static & Dynamic)
  • Watch points
  • Dynamically changing internal tables contents in Debugging Editor
  • Options to stepthrough the program in Debugging Editor

Modularization Techniques

  • Modularization Techniques Introduction
  • Includes
  • Subroutines
  • Passing Parameters to Subroutines
  • Passing Tables to Subroutines
  • Function Groups & Function Modules

Reports

  • Reports Introduction
  • Classical Reports
  • Interactive Reports
  • Techniques Used For Interactive Reports
  • Hotspot
  • Hide
  • Get Cursor

ALV Reports

  • ALV Reports Introduction
  • ALV through Function Modules
  • ALV Types

Dialog / Module Pool Programming/ Transactions

  • MPP Introduction
  • Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program
  • Flow Logic Events
  • Process Before Output(PBO)
  • Process After Input (PAI)
  • Process On Value Request (POV)
  • Process On Help Request (POH)
  • Include Programs in MPP
  • Include TOP
  • Include I01
  • Include O01
  • Include F01
  • Dynamic Screens
  • Leave Screen
  • Leave to Screen
  • Call Screen
  • Set Screen
  • Processing of List from Transaction and Vice Versa
  • Elements in Screen Layout
  • Table Controls
  • Step Loops
  • Tabstrip Controls
  • Subscreens