IDoc Cookbook for EDI and Interfaces

This book is an in-depth discussion and cookbook for IDoc development in R/3 for EDI and eCommerce

Contents

1 Where Has the Money Gone?
2 What Are SAP R/3 IDocs?
3 Get a Feeling for IDocs
4 Exercise: Setting Up IDocs
5 Sample Processing Routines
6 IDocs Terminology and Basic Tools
7 IDocs Customising
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SAP Tables For All Modules&All Transaction Codes

Tables for all Sap Modules

Contents

Customising
Basic Data / Administration
Master Data
Characteristics
Fi/Co
Sales And Distribution (Sd)
Material Management (Mm)
Warehouse Management (Wm)
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Web Dynpro for Java

Web Dynpro for Java -From a Developer’s Perspective-

Web Dynpro is SAP‘s browser-based programming model, which is a central part of the SAP NetWeaver technology platform. This presentation describes concepts and features for developing Web user interfaces of complex business applications based on the Java programming language.

Contents:

Introduction
Web Dynpro Concepts from a Developer’s Perspective
Development Life Cycle
Integration of Web Dynpro Applications in the Portal Platform
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MM Interview Questions

1. In which of the following cases can you define scales for the condition type

a.  Purchase order
b.  Contract
c.  Info record
d.  Vendor
e.  Quotation
f.  Scheduling agreement

2.  What is meant by one-time vendor?

You can create special master records for vendors from whom you only procure a material once or very rarely. These are called one-time vendor master records and, in contrast to other master records, you can use a vendor master record for several vendors. Therefore, no vendor-specific data is stored for one-time vendors. You can control this using the relevant field selection for account groups for one-time vendors. When you create a purchasing or accounting document using a one-time vendor, the system automatically branches to an additional data screen on which you enter specific data, such as the vendor’s name, address, or bank details. If an RFQ or a PO is sent to a one-time vendor, the vendor data must be entered manually.

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The Advanced Guide to Implementing SAP R/3’s ALE

The Advanced Guide to Implementing SAP R/3’s Application Link Enabling

Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to ALE;
What is ALE? Why ALE?
Chapter 2. ALE Assessment;
Putting a project team together. Deliverables of the team. Setting standards. Investigation and position papers.
Chapter 3. ALE Design;
Design phase. Design document. Performance and technical implications.
Chapter 4. ALE Configuration;
Configuration & related procedures.
Chapter 5. ALE Development;
Describing ALE development. Development example.
Chapter 6. ALE Operations Support;
Production support procedures. Production support planning. Monitoring and archiving. Disaster recovery.
Chapter 7. ALE general issues.
ALE transaction codes, tables, programs… Glossary. Read more

Step-by-Step Guide for Using LSMW

Step-by-Step Guide for Using LSMW to Update Customer Master Records

This document contains Step-by-step instructions to use LSMW to update Customer Master Records. It has two demonstration examples – one using Batch Recording and another using standard SAP Object. Read more

SAP Quality Management Configuration Guide

This configuration guide provides the information you need to set up the configuration manually for SAP Quality Management (QM) module.

  • Maintain Settings at Plant Level
  • Define Catalog Types
  • Create Code Groups for Catalogs
  • Number Range for Inspection Characteristics
  • Maintain Profile for Default Values
  • Define Control Keys
  • Define Status Profile
  • Assign Task List Types to Material Types
  • Define Notification Types
  • Define Number Ranges

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