ABAP & HANA CDS Views Tutorial Presentation

CDS (Full form: Core Data Services) is a “semantically rich” data definition Language created by SAP. CDS allows ABAP users to define entity types (such as orders, products or business partners, ) and the semantic relationships between them, which correspond to foreign key relationships in traditional entity relationship (ER) models.
After reading this training presentation you will learn;

  • What is CDS and how to create it ?
  • ABAP CDS vs HANA CDS
  • How to Create CDS View using AWS ?
  • How to use CDS View in ABAP ?
  • How to Associate CDS entities ?
  • Aggregate Functions in CDS Views
  • CDS View Parameters
  • How to Create HANA CDS View

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LTMC Intro Presentation: New Data Migration Tool in SAP S/4HANA:

LTMC (Full Form: Legacy Transfer Migration Cockpit) in the new tool in SAP S/4 that replaces LSMW for data migration tasks.
LSMW has been used for years as the legacy data migration tool for new implementations and migrations. LSMW is still an available tool in S/4HANA, but LTMC provides a faster through process simplification, automated cross-object value mapping, and re-engineering of data structure with no programming.
This document will provide you a through introduction to Migration Cockpit LTMC in SAP S/4HANA.

  • Changes in data migration
  • What are the different transition scenarios?
  • Availability of LSMW in SAP S/4HANA
  • The S/4HANA Migration Cockpit
  • How does the Migration Cockpit work? – A Step by Step Guide with Example
  • What about objects not supported by the Migration Cockpit?
  • Rapid Data Migration with Data Services
  • Process Overview of 6 Step Rapid Data Migration Solution
  • When to use What?

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ABAP Class Notes from Training Institude (449 Pages)

This ABAP notes document, prepared by a training institute instructor, contains several chapters and will serve as a support document for ABAP Developers/Consultants/Architects who code in ABAP and want to learn how to develop ABAP programs. Main chapters included in this guide are;

  • ERP SAP ABAP Introduction
  • Data Dictionary
  • Modularization Techniques
  • ABAP Queries Fundamentals
  • ALV Reports
  • Module Pool
  • Debugger
  • Forms Page Layout
  • Enhancements
  • Cross Applications
  • OOABAP

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LSMW Guide: Upload Bulk Data in SAP HR System

This LSMW guide meets requirement from the business to upload the mass data in SAP system. Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW) can be used for this activity, which is a handy tool for data uploads.
This document is real handy for a functional consultant to know LSMW and it would help them to successfully complete the task.
A scenario to upload Date of birth for 100 employees in IT 0002 is covered in this step-by-step LSMW manual.

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Most Used SAP Tables – Module-Wise Categorized Collection Book

In this pdf book, you will find categorized collection of most used SAP tables for following modules;

  • Chapter 1: SD Sales and Distribution Tables
  • Chapter 2: MM Material Management Tables
  • Chapter 3: CO Controlling Tables
  • Chapter 4: FI Financial Accounting Tables
  • Chapter 5: Production Planning and Control Tables
  • Chapter 6:CRM Customer Relationship Management Tables
  • Chapter 7: LO-VC Variant Configuration Tables
  • Chapter 8: Personnel Management Tables
  • Chapter 9: ABAP Data Dictionary Tables
  • Chapter 10: User Administration Tables
  • Chapter 11: BC Basis Components Tables

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SAP ABAP Training Classroom Notes

This hand written notes of ABAP training classroom consists of ~300 pages in PDF Format. Notes describe some basics concepts of SAP ABAP programming in full details with examples in programming format.

These notes enables newbies to understand ABAP programming concepts and terminology and provide them solid foundation for developing codes.

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Introductory Training Guide to User Exits in SAP

Customization and enhancement becomes needed when the customer has certain requirements that is not in place in SAP. Hence, SAP allows customer to change the system accordingly and add functionality to the SAP System. SAP created customer exits for specific programs, screens and menus within standard R/3 applications.

This document covers following topics:

  • Why do we need to use Exits in SAP ?
  • How to find a User-exit in SAP ?
  • Types of Exits in SAP:
    • Function module exits
    • Menu Exits
    • Screen Exits
    • Field Exits

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