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What's SAP

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What 's SAP? What´s SAP R3 ? SAP R/3 was officially launched on 6 July 1992. It was renamed SAP ERP ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planing, integrates all data and processes of an organization into one system. It is the most widely used SAP group product. The R comes from real time data processing and the 3 from the 3-tier model SAP Modules SAP Sales and Distribution (SAP SD) The Materials Management module (SAP MM) consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Procure to Pay process. This process map spans from MRP generated procurement proposals through final invoice receipt and verification. SAP Production Planning (SAP PP) SAP Quality Management (SAP QM) SAP Plant Maintenance (SAP PM) SAP Human Resources (SAP HR) Consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Hire to Retire (or, as some say, Fire) process. It includes the following information and processes. Financial Accounting All logistics transactional posting will eventually flow to the financial modules through what you called financial documents. SAP Project System (SAP PS) SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in terms of software and software-related service revenue. It was founded in Germany in 1972
System, Applications and Products
More than 232,000 customers in 188 countries
More than 65,667 employees – and locations in more than130 countries
A 41-year history of innovation and growth as a true industry leader
Annual revenue of € 16,22 billion SAP: Helping the world run better The SAP CO (Controlling) Module provides supporting information to Management for the purpose of planning, reporting, as well as monitoring the operations of their business. SAP Controlling (SAP CO) A 41-year history of innovation SAP’s 41-year history of success is defined by a few key points:

•A belief that “real-time” data processing can help bring people closer to business intelligence

•A dedication to innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit that enable SAP to continually push what’s technically possible

•And an early commitment to collaboration and co-creating solutions with our customers 1982-1991: the SAP R/2 era...

Real-time touches more of the business: SAP R/2 packaged mainframe software application processes in real time and integrates all of an enterprise’s business functions.
1972-1981: the early years...

Building on the dream of “real-time” computing: Software that processes data when customers ask it to – rather than overnight in batches. 1992-2001: the SAP R/3 era

Real-time reaches the desktop: A client-server version of the standard application software allows businesses to run more efficiently around the world. 2002-present: real-time data where and when you need it

Real-time moves to the Web and beyond: Cloud computing, mobile, and in-memory computing open up new horizons for real-time data access – anywhere. Production Planning consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Plan to Produce process. The Sales and Distribution (SAP SD) consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Order to Cash process. SAP Materials Management (SAP MM) SAP Quality Management (QM) assures that products meet company product specifications. SAP QM processes are thoroughly integrated into the manufacturing process.The Quality Management module covers all classic quality management tasks, such as quality planning, quality inspection, and quality control. Project System provides tools to track project milestone, costs and resources. Two key objects that define the Project in SAP are:

Work Breakdown Structure - defines tasks and assign resources to those tasks
Network - defines the dependencies within the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Plant Maintenance operates the overall maintenance business processes and functions. The Plant Maintenance module allows a maintenance organization to:

Identify, document, and correct failures and degradations of any assets for which they have responsibility.
Plan and schedule activities to prevent or predict failures and keep assets and processes operating within design specifications. SAP workflow is a cross application tool that automates the business processes. Cross application tool means the tool can be used across various modules of SAP. SAP Workflow Accessing R3 First changes You can also choose your prefered Menu type by going into Menu User menu or SAP Standard Menu Running a transaction You can click the transaction from your favorites or following the path

You can write it in the command field

You can chose it from the drop down menu where the last used transactions are shown Managing favorites SAP allows you to organize your list in folders, rename, eliminate and move them.

You can right click under favorites and click on insert transaction , you can edit the description

You can drag and drop the transaction from the main menu to the favorites area You can also include a file you use frequently or a web address in your favorites list. Tips Enter /n to end the current transaction and follow it by the transaction code to go to a different transaction

Enter /o to create a new session and followed by a transaction code will create a new task also

You can also create a new session by clicling on the following icon Some General concepts The mandatory fields are shown with the following symbol: In those transactions that the following button appears you need to click it or press F8 to execute the transaction In those that the following button is there, you can press enter and continue to nnext step Creating Shortcuts To create a shortcut, click on the following button insert a transaction and will pop up a screen that will guide you to create a shortcut You can set a transaction to get started every time you access R3 Frequently used Data Go to System , Own data. In the parameters tab fill in the parameter Id with the information you want to populate. To get the parameter id you should go to the filed you want to fill and press the help button then display technical name and the following screen will appear. Variants In order to avoid inputting the same information many times, you can create a variant or use one already created. You can call a variant from the following button. You can create your own setting all the information you need and then following the following steps. OTC

XD01 - Customer

VA41 - Contract

VA01 - Sales Order

VL01N - Delivery

VF01 - Billing

VF05 - List of Billing Documents

VF11 Cancel Invoice
RTP

XK01 - Vendor

MM01 - Material

ME21N - Purchase Order

ME29N - Release PO

MIGO - Goods receipt

MIRO - Enter Invoice Inventory

MMBE - Stock Overview
MI01 - Create Physical Inventory
MI04 -Enter Inventory Count
MI07 - Post difference
MIGO - Inventory transfer FI

FB03 - Document

FB08 - Reverse document

FBL5N - Customer Records

FBL3N - G/L account records

FBL1N - Vendor Record

F-21 Transfer posting (Provision) Projects

CJ02 - Change project
CJI3 - Display cost line items
CJ20N - Project Builder Industry Solutions R/3 understands industry and hence offers comprehensive functionality for all standard business needs in any enterprise. With integrated industry-specific business processes, R/3 meets the individual requirements of numerous industries. SAP three-tier Model The three-tiered model divides the architecture into three layers:
* The user interface layer
* The business logic layer ("application" layer)
* The database layer F-30 - Post with Clearing (Write off)
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