Sap ntrenamiento básico

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AGENDA

• Logon to SAP

• Identify parts of an SAP screen

• Transaction Codes

• Navigation Buttons

• Check Boxes

• Field Level Help

• Required Fields

• Matchcodes

• Multiple Selections

• Rules: Types of Fields

• Session Particulars

• Turn on Technical Names

• Turn on Expert Settings

• Creating aSession

• Ending a Session

• Maintaining Your User Profile

• Logoff from SAP

• Questions

Logon to SAP

Double click on the SAP icon [pic] located on your desktop
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Identify Parts of an SAP Screen

SAP Main Menu
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Transaction Codes

Transaction codes are shortcuts to SAP tasks; they can also be executed via a menu path orthrough your “favorites” folder.

Use a Transaction Code
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Select a Menu Path
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“Favorites” folder
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Finding a Transaction Code
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Navigation Buttons

[pic] Select [Enter] to check entries and go to the next screen in a transaction.
[pic] Select [Save] to save data and exit a transaction.
[pic] Select[Go Back] to return to the previous screen.
[pic] Select [Cancel] to cancel all entries in a transaction
[pic] Select [Exit] to exit a transaction.
[pic] Select [Execute] to process the transaction.

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Check Boxes
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Field Level Help
Field level help is available by placing your cursor in a field and clicking on [pic] (or press F1)
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Matchcodes
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Multiple Selections
Select [pic] for Multiple selections to include or exclude value ranges.
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Rules: Types of Fields
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Session Particulars

Key Points:
• Additional R/3 windows can be opened to work on more than one task at the same time. You can open a maximum of six (6) sessions at any one time.

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• Eachsession has a number, which is displayed in that session’s status bar [pic]

• System response time will be affected by the number of sessions you have open at any one time. The more sessions you have open, the greater potential for slower response time.

Creating a Session

There are three ways to create new sessions in SAP:
1. Menu Path: System > Create session

2. Using theCreate session icon [pic] from your Standard tool bar

3. Enter /o in the command field and press

The system opens an additional window with the new session running in it. The new window will appear in the foreground and remains the active session, until you move to (or open) a different session.

• When you move to a different session, you do not lose any data in the currentsession.

Ending a Session

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Turn on Technical Names
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Turn on Expert Settings

On the tool bar, click on the customizing button, shown below and select “Options”:
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Maintaining Your User Profile

User defaults are assigned when your SAP ID was created. To change your defaults use the menu path or use the transaction code listed below:

Menu Path:System -> User profile -> Own data or Transaction Code: /nsu3
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Finding Your Printer

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Setting Your User Parameters

There may be fields in certain transactions, where you always enter the same value (i.e. plant). The "Parameters" tab lets you assign default values into a field or screen, which automatically populates in the field with the value providedin the Parameter ID (PID) field. *** Not every field has a parameter ID ***

1. As an example go to transaction MMBE "Stock Overview" screen.
2. Click on the plant field and press the F1 key on the keyboard to access the Help screen.

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Follow the menu path: System ->User profile ->Own data or enter the transaction code: /nsu3. The "Maintain User Profile" screen appears....
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