Visual Composer has been a packaged component of SAP NetWeaver 2004 since its release in 2005. SAP has hailed Visual composer as the tool set that “lets IT Specialists and Business Analysts create model-based, flexible applications – quickly, without writing a single line of code. The result is streamlined business processes, lower IT development costs, and satisfied employees and customers.” This is a quite appealing statement as lifting the reliance on programmers and having satisfied employees and customers must be every manager’s dream. However, many questions remain.
What exactly is Visual Composer?
Is it really possible to get away with “no coding” – i.e. should you sack all your ABAP and web programmers?
How does it work?
What are its limitations?
And most importantly what are some of the potential opportunities Visual Composer opens up in your organisation?
This document aims to help you to answer these questions. Read more →
This process describes to transfer the same material stock between material and plants. Material to material transfer is performed to maintain the stock of the material. This type of stock transfer can only be carried out in Inventory Management. Neither Shipping in the issuing plant nor purchasing in the receiving plant is involved in the process.
This process is triggered whenever there is a need for a material to be transferred to another material. Read more →
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A customer who pays on behalf of another customer is known as an ‘Alternate Payee’ (or Alternate Payer). Though the alternate payee pays on behalf of another, the system maintains all the transaction details in the account of the original customer. Designating ‘alternate payee’ does not absolve the customer of his/her obligation for payment.
The ‘alternate payee’ can be maintained in Client-specific data or in the Company Code area. When maintained in the Company Code area you can use that payer only in that Company Code; if defined at the Client level you can use it across all Company Codes.
There are three ways to ‘select’ the alternate payee when an invoice is processed: Read more →
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The SAP Business Objects held in the Business Object Repository (BOR) encapsulate their data and processes. External access to the data and processes is only possible by means of specific methods – BAPIs (Business Application Program Interfaces). A BAPI is defined as a method of a SAP Business Object. For example, the functionality that is implemented with the SAP Business Object type “Material” includes a check for the material’s availability. Thus, the Business Object type “Material” offers a BAPI called “Material.CheckAvailability”. Read more →
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BDC is used to transfer data from SAP to SAP system or from a non-SAP system to SAP system.It uses the normal Transaction codes to transfer the data. This method is used to transfer large amount data that is available in electronic form. There are two types of methods offered by SAP for BDC:
First method is called the “Classical Method”. In this method, the data that is read by the BDC program from a sequential dataset file is stored in a batch-input session. To run the transactions in the session, you need to execute the session. This method uses the function module BDC_OPEN, BDC_INSERT and BDC_CLOSE to generate the sessions
In the second method, BDC uses the ABAP statement CALL TRANSACTION USING statement to run a transaction. In this method, BDC does not create a session. Read more →
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