Hwk+1+-+SAP+Navigation+exercise - CASE STUDY Navigation in SAP Systems Introduction to Navigation in SAP solutions on the basis of SAP ERP Product

Hwk+1+-+SAP+Navigation+exercise - CASE STUDY Navigation in...

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© SAP AG CASE STUDY Product SAP ERP G.B.I. Release 6.07 Level Beginner Focus Navigation Authors Babett Koch Stefan Weidner Version 2.30 Last Update May 2014 MOTIVATION This material explains how to navigate in SAP systems. It is aimed at students at universities, universities of applied sciences and other educational institutions with no previous experience of SAP software. It can be used in the class or for self-study. After completion of the course, students will be able to navigate through the user interface to work on business processes and case studies on their own. Furthermore, this material serves as a reference for occasional users of SAP systems. LEARNING METHOD The learning method used is “guided learning.” This is a suitable method because navigating in SAP systems is a fundamental skill but also very complex. The benefit of this method is that knowledge is imparted quickly. Students also acquire practical skills and competencies. Similar to a case study, this method explains a process or procedure in detail. By using exercises at the end of each part, students can put their knowledge into practice and gain a sustainable understanding of the underlying processes. Navigation in SAP Systems Introduction to Navigation in SAP solutions on the basis of SAP ERP
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© SAP AG Page 2 CASE STUDY Logging O n Task Use the SAP GUI to log on to the SAP system. Time 10 Min. Find and double-click on the icon depicted on the left side of this page that you can find on your desktop. If it is not there, choose Start All Programs SAP Front End SAP Logon A dialog box similar to the one shown on the right appears. Select the SAP system specified by your lecturer and choose Log on or Enter . The logon screen appears. The system requests the client, your user, password, and preferred language. SAP Logon Client: _ _ _ User: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Password: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Language: _ _ Before you log on, you need to know the definition of the term “client.” SAP systems are client systems. With the client concept several separate companies can be managed in one system at the same time. Clients are the highest organizational level in the system. In business
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© SAP AG Page 3 CASE STUDY terms, each client can represent a group of companies, a company, or a firm – regardless of the size of the organization. In commercial, organizational and technical terms, a client is therefore a self-contained unit with separate master records and its own set of tables. In SAP systems, different clients are identified by their client numbers. Client Use the client number given by your instructor. For you to be able to log on as a user, a user master record must be created for you in the relevant client. For reasons of access protection, you must enter a password when you log on. Your password entry is case-sensitive.
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