Create Your Own SAP Transactions

SAP transaction codes are use as short cut to access transactions in the system. Transaction codes provide efficiency and quickness in doing things in an SAP system. Instead of going through the long-path to access transactions, you may enter the transaction code in the command field and automatically you’ll be directed to the transaction screen you want to access. SAP standard delivers a lot of standard transaction codes that are readily available to use.

Have you ever experienced to create your own transaction code for your customized programs? Here’s a quick guide you can use as your reference. Read more

Tale of an SAP Addict

Doctor: Please come in.
Patient: Thank you.
Doctor: What’s your name?
Patient: atejadag.
Doctor: That’s your name?
Patient: Yes. It’s my user name.
Doctor: Ok. Where do you live?
Patient: SE38.
Doctor: SE38? Read more

SAP Certification Learning Guide

Undeniably, certifications can enhance your resume and provide an employer with verifiable proof of your knowledge in one particular area. But what do these expensive pieces of paper really mean in the SAP job market?

Is certification required to get a job in SAP? Will it open new doors for your career? Most importantly, does having certification mean you’ll automatically land a job? And there are so many certifications out there — how do you know which one is right for you? Read more Study Guides and Tutorials Links

Find below the materials from which is a university education site for introduction to SAP, Financial operations, Purchasing,  Payment, Advanced Reports, tips and tricks.

Introduction to SAP

SAP Modules
Environments and Clients
SAP Financial Terminology
Transactional Data Read more

Transactions Ending with “n”:What is it?

It is actually a quickstart transaction for Standard business process. For example if you take Purchase order creation ME21 you have to go through different screens( header data, item data) where as in the new enjoy transaction ME21n it can be found in single screen itself. BDC’s wont work in Enjoy Transactions, you have to use BAPI. ;)

SAP Materials Numbers:What, When and Why?


The SAP Material Number (8 digits) is the primary master data element of the SAP MM module. It is used to both describe and record history of purchases made. Material Groups (represented by a 4 digit code) are the hierarchical grouping of like materials. The Material numbers, for each unique material, is generated by the SAP system. Read more

SAP Introduction For Beginners

This is a very detailed presentation you will get all basics of SAP within compiled of 147 slides.Covered contents in brief

Introduction to SAP
History of SAP, Evolution of SAP
SAP R/3 Architecture
SAP R/3 Modules
SAP Product Overview
mySAP CRM, mySAP SRM, mySAP SCM, mySAP PLM Read more