SAP_Navigation_ADMS2511_Session_02_ver_2jk

SAP_Navigation_ADMS2511_Session_02_ver_2jk - ADMS2511 SAP...

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ADMS2511 SAP Navigation Exercise Logging on to SAP Double-click this icon on your desktop. If the icon is not there, choose Start All Programs SAP Front End SAP Logon . A dialog box similar to the one shown on the right appears. The list of systems may be longer than in the dialog box shown here. 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. ADMS2511 Summer 2009 © SAP AG 1
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ADMS2511 SAP Navigation Exercise Before you log on, you need to know the definition of the term “client.” SAP systems are client systems. With the client concept, you can manage several separate companies at the same time in one system. Clients are the highest organizational level in the system. In business terms, each client can represent a group of companies, a company, or a works – 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, the different clients are identified by their client numbers. Enter the client number specified by your lecturer. 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 entries here are not case-sensitive. In the example shown below, it would also be correct to enter “UCC-99.” SAP systems are multilingual. You choose the language of your current session in the Language field. Then choose or Enter . ADMS2511 Summer 2009 © SAP AG 2
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ADMS2511 SAP Navigation Exercise When you log on for the first time, the system requests you to change your password (the rules for passwords are given in the annex). To confirm your new password, choose or Enter. When you log on for the first time, the copyright notice appears. Confirm it with or Enter. The initial screen containing the SAP Easy Access menu appears. © 2008 by SAP AG. All rights reserved. ADMS2511 Summer 2009 © SAP AG 3
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ADMS2511 SAP Navigation Exercise Menu Paths and Transaction Codes Navigating in the ERP system can get confusing. One way to navigate in the system is through the menus system at the left edge of the screen. For example, to enter a sales order, the user can click on the triangle in front of Logistics , which expand the menu to show the following options under Logistics : ADMS2511 Summer 2009 © SAP AG 4 Click on the triangle in front of logistics to expand the menu
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ADMS2511 SAP Navigation Exercise The user can then expand Sales and Distribution , which provides a listing of options for the sales and distribution module: To get to the sales order entry screen, the user has to expand the Sales option, and then Order to get to Create .
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ADMS 2511 taught by Professor Jiu during the Fall '09 term at York University.

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