P3-Introduction to SAP.docx - 01 Introduction to SAP PRODUCT MOTIVATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SAP S\/4 HANA 1709 PREREQUISITES The objective of this handout is

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01: Introduction to SAP PREREQUISITES 1. There are no prerequisites for this exercise. © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Screenshots © 2017, SAP SE 01: Introduction to SAP Page 1 of 53 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT These are the GBI exercises developed by Simha R. Magal and Jeff Word. These exercises include concepts discussed in the book, Essentials of Business Process and Information Systems (Epistemy Press, 2009). This material was prepared with the assistance of student interns at the Seidman ERP program at Grand Valley State University. MOTIVATION The objective of this handout is to provide students with an overview of some of the basic SAP user functions including: System Logon Menu structure Navigation Transaction codes Other important information Your task is to Logon to the SAP system and to simply navigate through the system as you review the information on this handout. PRODUCT SAP S/4 HANA 1709 REVISED 03/12/2020 FOCUS Introduction to SAP and Exercises AUTHORS Simha Magal Jeff Word VERSION V1.0 SCC TESTED Date:03/12/2020 System: GD1 Web GUI
Introduction to SAP Table of Contents Section 1.1: Important Assignment Format ................................................................................................. 3 Section 1.2: How to Logon to SAP ................................................................................................................ 5 Section 1.3: What Am I Looking At? The Menu Structure ....................................................................... 10 Section 1.4: Where do I start at? The SAP Easy Access Menu .................................................................... 12 Section 1.5: Navigation Paths and Application Menu Bars ......................................................................... 16 Section 1.6: What’s in A Transaction? ........................................................................................................ 22 Section 1.7: Enabling Transaction Codes ................................................................................................... 26 Section 1.8: Viewing Help Guides .............................................................................................................. 28 Section 1.9: The Search Tool ...................................................................................................................... 31 Section 1.10: System Message Types ......................................................................................................... 35 Section 1.11: Miscellaneous Reminders .................................................................................................... 40 01: Introduction to SAP Page 2 of 53 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section 1.1: Important Assignment Format
Before You Start: It is strongly recommended that you read through the entire exercise you are working on prior to starting work in the system. READ CAREFULLY! Each step and additional information/instructions were put there for a reason ! This can help avoid a lot of confusion and hours of extra work for yourself. Read through the exercise to try and understand what you are trying to accomplish, look at the big picture. Important Symbols: An arrow highlights an important instruction that must not be overlooked. A pencil prompts you to write down an important piece of information. Identifiers: You will be assigned by your professor a unique Identifier. This will be ASSIGNED FOR YOUR OWN USE ONLY!!! Your Identifier is used to differentiate your company, your products, and your work from other students. The ### Symbol: ### is the placeholder for your Identifier in the assignments. When you see ### replace ### with Your Identifier. For example, if Alec has an identifier of 109 and Alec sees RHMT1###, Alec will enter RHMT1109 into the system. 1: What is your Identifier? 2: If you saw EPAD1### what would you input into the system? 3: What does a red arrow mean?

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