SAP Training offered by Varshney Infotech Pvt Ltd Mumbai 

 

SAP Training in Mumbai

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  • Trainers with more than 6 years of work experience in top MNCs with certified skills .
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  • Hands-On training for students.
  • Additional Time for Practicals
  • More pragmatic and lesser theoretical sessions.
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 Introduction to SAP 

 

SAP stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing.


It was Founded in 1972 by Wellenreuther, Hopp, Hector, Plattner and Tschira.


SAP by definition is also name of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planing) software as well the name of the company.


SAP system comprises of a number of fully integrated modules, which covers virtually every aspect of the business management.


SAP is #1 in the ERP market. As of 2010, SAP has more  than 140,000 installations worldwide, over 25 industry-specific business solutions and more than 75,000 customers in 120 countries


Other Competitive products in the market are  Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics etc.


Why Enterprise Resource Planning also called ERP is required? 


To answer this, let’s examine this typical business scenario. Assume client approaches sales team asking for a particular product. The sales team contacts to inventory department to check the availability of the product. To their surprise, sales team found out that the product is out of stock. So next time this don’t happen, they have to introduce a SAP ERP tool.


Before we actually see in detail, what ERP is and how ERP can help in your business process, we will understand how different departments are involved in the whole business process, right from the ordering of the raw material – to manufacturing goods – to delivering final goods to the customer.

Here is the whole process that is followed by any business unit.

Client contacts the sales team to check the availability of the product
Sales team approaches the Inventory department to check for the availability of the product
In case the product is out of stock, the sales team approaches the Production Planning Department to manufacture the product
The production planning team checks with inventory department for availability of raw material
If raw material is not available with inventory, the Production Planning team buys the raw material from the Vendors
Then Production Planning forwards the raw materials to the Shop Floor Execution for actual production
Once ready, the Shop Floor Team forwards the goods to the Sales Team
Sales Team who in turn deliver it to the client
The sales team updates the finance with revenue generated by the sale of the product. Production planning team update the finance with payments to be made to different vendors for raw materials.
All departments approach the HR for any Human Resource related issue.
That is a typical business process for any manufacturing company. Some key inferences one could derive from the scenario would be.

It has many departments or business units
These departments or business units continuously communicate and exchange data with each other
The success of any organization lies in effective communication, and data exchange, within these departments, as well as associated third party such as vendors, outsourcers, and customers.
Based on the manner in which communication and data exchanged is managed. Enterprise systems can be broadly classified as

1) Decentralized System

2) Centralized System which are also called as ERP.

Decentralized System
Let's look at Decentralized system first, in a company with Decentralized System of Data Management, there are two major problems –

Data is maintained locally at the individual departments
Departments do not have access to information or data of other departments
To identify problems arising due to decentralized Enterprise management system lets look at the same business process again. The customer approaches the sales team for a product, but this time around he needs the product, on an urgent basis.

Selenium Course Information 

 

Selenium Course Objectives

 

The objective of SAP training is to make our trainees  aware of ERP concept with SAP Basis training. The course has been designed to deliver the comprehensive training to individuals for understanding and executing the project's  Requirements.

 


 

Selenium Course Content

SAP BASIS (Syllabus)

1. INTRODUCTION TO ERP

  •  Introduction to SAP R/3
  •  Introduction of Basis administration
  •  Installation of sap R/34.7 on oracle 9.2.0.1
  •  Installation of sap ECC 6.0 on diff RDBMS
  •  Installation of sap ECC 6.0on Sr3 on Unix system


2. SAP R/3 ARCHITECTURE

  •  Central System
  •  Distributed Presentation
  •  2‐Tier Configuration
  •  3‐Tier Configuration


3. SYSTEM LANDSCAPE AND FLOW
 Single System Landscape
 Two System Landscape
 Three System Landscape
 Multi System Landscape


4. INSTALLATION OF SAP
 Installation Concepts on Windows & UNIX and Quick Sizing
 Naming Convention, Software Kit, SAP Licensing
 Installation Procedure ‐ Windows Application Server for UNIX SAP System
 R/3 Directory Structure, Kernel


5. GUI ADMINISTRATOR
 Optimization
 Security


6. OPERATION MODES
 Manual Switching of OP Modes
 Exceptional Mode
 Monitoring


7. PROFILE MAINTENANCE & PARAMETER SETTING
 System Profile
 Transport Profile
 Client Profile
 Authorization Profile


8. USER ADMINISTRATION
 Creating and Maintaining Master Records, Architecture
 Logon and Password Security, Protecting Special Users
 Creating and Maintaining Single and Mass Users and User Groups
 Copying, Deleting, Locking/Unlocking Users
 Explanation of Terms Object Class, Authorization Object, Authorization, Profile
 Create/Maintaining Authorization/Profile Manually
 Create/Maintaining Roles/Generating Profiles by using PFCG


9. CLIENT ADMINISTRATION
 Client Maintenance
 Copying Client within R/3 System (Local)
 Copying client between R/3 Systems (Remote)
 Export/Import
 Protecting Client
 Monitoring and Verifying a Client Copy
 Deleting Client
 Tips and Troubleshooting

10. TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 TMS Terminology and Concepts
 Configuring TMS and Checking Transport Directory
 Configuring Transport Domain, Domain Controller and Group
 Configuring Virtual SAP System and Displaying Configuration
 Including SAP systems in the Transport Domain
 Creating Consolidation and Delivery Routes
 Maintaining SAP Systems without Common Transport Directory
 Configuring External Systems
 Locking and Unlocking TMS for a SAP System
 Deleting SAP System from the Transport Domain
 Deleting TMS Configuration


11. CHANGE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEM
 Releasing and Transporting Change Request and Tasks
 Customizing, Workbench, Transport Organizer
 Importing Change Requests


12. SPOOL ADMINISTRATION
 Print related Terminology in OS/SAP Level
 Setting Local, Remote and Front‐End Printing
 Logical and Real Spool Server
 Managing Spool Requests using Output Controller
 Connecting Output Devices to Window System
 SAPLPD, TemSE, Authorization


13. PATCH AND KERNEL ADMINISTRATION
 Checking the Patch, Spam, Kernel Levels
 Downloading Installing Patches, Kernel
 Applying at OS Level, SAPNET, Front‐End
 Troubleshooting Various Issues


14. CCMS central computing management system
 Introduction to CCMS
 CCMS Monitors
 Alert Monitors
 Analyzing Alerts and Performance Tuning


15. BACKGROUND PROCESSING
 Background Dialogs Concept
 Defining Jobs
 Analyzing Jobs
 Maintenance Jobs


16. DISTRIBUTED R/3 SYSTEM
 Creating Regular Instance
 Creating Logon Groups for Load Balancing


17. OSS AND SNOTE CONCEPTS
 How to Use for Different Purposes
 Manually Applying OSS note on SAP Standard Program


18. SAP ROUTER
 Installation of SAP Router
 Creating Route Permission Table
 Setting Route String Entry for SAP Router
 Using Various Administrative Options


19. DATABASE MANAGEMENT
 Introduction to Oracle
 Oracle Architecture
 Introduction to SAPDBA
 Creating Tables and Table Space Adjustment
 Database Backup, Restore and Recovery


20. PERFORMANCE TUNING

  •  OS, H/W Performance Considerations
  •  Memory, Management
  •  R/3 Buffers, Page Buffers, Extended and Heap Memory, PRIV Mode


21. SYSTEM MONITORING

  •  Daily, Weekly, Monthly Tasks


22. SAP IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY


23. CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN R/3 AND BW

  •  BW Architecture
  •  Defining and Assigning Logical Systems
  •  Workbench Administration

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