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SAP-ABAP

SAP – ABAP with CROSS APPLICATIONS

1. ERP’S:

1.1 Introduction to ERP & ERP Products

1.2 Merits of ERP Products

1.3  SAP as One of the ERP Product

2. SAP R/3 in Detail:

2.1 History of SAP R/3

2.2 R/3 Architecture in Detail

2.3 SAP R/3 Versions

2.4 Merits of SAP R/3

2.5 New Dimensional Products

2.6 SAP Logon

3. ABAP & ABAPer Role:

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Roles of ABAPer

3.3 ABAP Syntax

3.4 ABAP Data Types

3.5 Variables, Key words, Operators

4. Basic ABAP Programming:

4.1 Variables

4.2 Parameters

4.3 System Variables

5. Controlling Techniques:

5.1 Branching

5.2 Looping

6. Strings in Details.

7. ABAP (Data Dictionary)

7.1 Introduction and Purpose

7.2 Tables

7.3 Data Elements and Domains

7.4 Handling Currency and Quantity Fields

7.5 Foreign Key Relationship

7.6 Views

7.7 Search Helps

7.8 Types of Tables

8. Internal Tables:

8.1 Introduction and Purpose

8.2 Types of Internal Tables

8.3 Operations on Internal Tables

8.4 Miscellaneous

9. Open SQL in Detail:

9.1 Introduction and Purpose

9.2 Reading and Changing Database

10. Modularization Techniques

10.1 Introduction and Advantages

10.2 Function Modules

10.3 Subroutines

10.4 Macros and Include Programs

11. Reports :

11.1 Introduction and Purpose

11.2 Types of Reports

11.3 Classical Events in Details

11.4 Interactive Events in Details

11.5 Conversion Exits

11.6 Joins

11.7 For all entries

12. Batch data Communication (BDC) :

12.1 Overview of BDC

12.2 Types of BDC Programming

12.3 Call Transaction in Detail

12.4 Session Method in Detail

12.5 Recording in Details

13. LSMW in Details

14. SAP Scripts

14.1 Introduction and purpose

14.2 SAP SCRIPT Components (Objects)

14.3 Custom Forms

14.4 Single and many Forms

15. Transaction / Dialog (Module Pool) Programming

15.1 Introduction and Purpose

15.2 Screen Painter, Menu Painter

15.3 Flow Logic and Flow Logic Key words

15.4 Sub Screens and Sub screen Areas

15.5 Tab strip Controls

15.6 Table Control

Advanced ABAP -1

Smart forms

Introduction

Features of Smart forms

Main, Secondary, Copy and Final Windows

Text elements

Table Painter

Calculations in table Painter

Program Lines

Object Oriented ABAP

1.Object Oriented ABAP

2. What is Object Orientation

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Advantages of OOPs

2.3 Data Abstraction

2.4 Encapsulation

2.5 Inheritance

2.6 Polymorphism

3. Form Function Groups to CLASSES

3.1. Types of  Classes  and Methods

3.2. Define and Implement

3.3. Global Classes and Methods

3.4. Local Classes and Methods

3.5. Constructor

3.6. Visibility Sections .

4. BDC Using OO

4.1.  Develop a Common Global Class for BDC

4.2. BDC Program Using BDC Class

4.3.  The Same class and Program through Local classes

5. Inheritance

5.1. Global Class for Session method from Common BDC Class

5.2. BDC Program

5.3.  Inheritance Using Local Classes

6. Polymorphism

6.1. Interfaces

6.2.  Defining and Implementing

6.3. Global Interfaces

6.4.  local Interfaces

7. Events

7.1. Triggering

7.2. Handling

8. Sap List Viewer ALV

8.1. ALV using Function Modules

8.1.1. Classical ALV

8.1.2. Interactive ALV

8.1.3 Blocked ALV

 8.1.4. Hierarchical ALV

8.1.5.  Field Catalog

8.2. ALV using Objects Oriented

8.2.1 Simple ALV

8.2.2 Interactive ALV

8.2.3 Adding Custom Functionalities (Buttons)

8.2.4 Changing Standard Functionality

8.2.5 Coloring Rows and Columns

8.2.6 Exceptions ALV

9. Customer /User

9.1 Locating Exits

9.2 Implementing Exit

9.2.1 Function Module Exists

9.2.2 Screen Exit

9.2.3 Menu Exits

10. BADIs in Detail

10.1 Features of BDIs

10.2 Differences between Exits and BDIs

10.3 Implementation BADIs

10.3.1 Function BADIs

10.3.2 Screen BADIs

10.3.3 Manu BADIs

10.4 Defining and implementing Custom BADIs

Advanced ABAP-II

Cross Application concepts

                     11. BAPs in Detail

11.1     Introduction to BOR and BAPIs

11.2     Standard BAPIs

11.3     Custom BAPIs

11.4     BAPI Enhancements

12.Application Link & Enabling (ALE) and IDOCs

12.1  Introduction to ALE Technology

12.2  IDOCs in Detail

12.3  IDOC Design Guidelines

12.4  IDOC Runtime Components

12.5  Outbound /IDOC Generation Process

12.6   Inbound /IDoc posting Process

12.3 ALE Communication Settings

12.3.1 Logical Systems

12.3.2 RFC Definations

12.3.3 Port Definition

12.4 Distributing Master Data through Standard IDoc

12.4.1 Send Whole Copy

12.4.2 Change Pointers

12.4.3 Get/Fetch/pull whole Copy Every time

12.5   Filtering

12.5.1 IDOC Filtering

12.5.2 Segment Filtering

12.5.3 Reduced message Type

12.6 Distributing the Transactional data

               12.6.1 Message Control Technique

12.7   ALE Troubleshooting & Recovery

12.7.1 Outbound & Inbound Process

12.8 Custom IDOCs Development and Programming

       12.8.1     Creating a New IDOC

12.8.2     Configure Outbound Process

12.8.3     Configure inbound process

12.8.4     Writing Outbound Program

12.8.5     Writing Inbound program

12.8.6     Distributing Data through custom IDOC

12.9 Extended IDOCs Development and Programming

12.9.1 Creating Extended IDOc

12.9.2 Configure the Outbound Process

12.9.3 Configure the Inbound Process

12.9.4 Outbound Programs for Extended Idocs

12.9.5 Inbound Programs For Extend IDocs

12.9.6 Distributing data through Extended IDocs

13. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

13.1 Overview of EDI

14.BDC Table Control

15.Standard Scripts & Smart Forms

16.Handling Files.

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