Course Outline for SAP

What is SAP?

SAP stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing. SAP by definition is also named of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software as well the name of the company. SAP Software was Founded in 1972 by Wellenreuther, Hopp, Hector, Plattner and Tschira. SAP system consists of a number of fully integrated modules, which covers virtually every aspect of the business management. SAP is #1 in the ERP market. As of 2010, SAP has more than 140,000 installations worldwide, over 25 industry-specific business solutions and more than 75,000 customers in 120 countries Other Competitive products of SAP Software in the market are Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics etc.



  • 2.1 ERP and its background, , Different types of ERPs , Evolution of SAP , Different versions of SAP , New dimensional components of SAP , Modules of each SAP component
  • 3.1 NW Introduction , Components of NW , Core Architecture , Application servers, Central Instance, Dialog instance , ABAP and Java Stacks , Message servers, Dispatchers , WPs and the types , System Landscape
  • 4.1 Coré Component and functionality , NEW Dimensional components and basis introduction of these functionality , Modules of SAP components ,Roles in SAP application , Basis introduction to ABAP and T-Codes , Basis introduction to SAP technical work flow
  • 5.1 Layers of SAP Application , Pre-requisites for SAP installation SAP installation- A) DB installation B) Application server installation C) Front End installation , Start and Stop SAP , Post installation , Hosts and Services files , Directory Structure of SAP
  • 6.1 Client Concept , Create clients , Prerequisite for Client Copy , SCCL and Client Export/Import, Copy Logs and monitoring of Client Copy
  • 7.1 TMS introduction & configuration , TMS functionality and methods to use , Support packs and installation , ABAP and Java Patching , Kernel upgrade/Patching
  • 8.1 Daily,Weekly and monthly monitoring the system health. , T-Codes related to System monitoring. , Background Jobs administration , Spool architecture and administration , Language installation , Oss notes and SAP service market place , SAP NET uses. , Performance tuning methods and implantation.
  • 9.1 Oracle Database concepts , Monitoring Table spaces , SAPDBA/BR Tools , DB Activities and T-Codes
  • 10.1 Introduction to BW/BI. ,Installation of BW/BI and integration with ECC and other backend systems , Introduction, installation of SCM and basis integration with ECC , Introduction of CRM, SRM, XI, Portal etc and their integration.
  • 11.1 Introduction to Web API
  • 11.2 How to create Web API
  • 11.3 Example of Web API