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28,610+ Tables in SAP. ERP. What are Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems? Incredibly large, extensive software packages used to manage a firm’s business processes. Standard software packages that must be configured to meet the needs of a company

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28,610+ Tables in SAP

ERP
  • What are Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems?
    • Incredibly large, extensive software packages used to manage a firm’s business processes.
    • Standard software packages that must be configured to meet the needs of a company
    • Database programs with the following functions:
      • Input
      • Storage/Retrieval
      • Manipulation
      • Output
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ERP
  • Who are the big ERP vendors?
    • SAP, the German juggernaut
      • Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung, or
      • Systems, Analysis and Products in Data Processing.
      • Don’t be a sap!
    • Oracle/PeopleSoft/J. D. Edwards (J.D. Orisoft)
    • Microsoft Great Plains, aimed at smaller companies
      • SAP Business One is competing product
sap r 3 enterprise

FI

Financial

Accounting

QM

Quality

Mgmt.

PS

Project

System

PM

Plant

Maint.

PP

Prod.

Planning

SD

Sales &

Distrib.

MM

Materials

Mgmt.

Workflow

AM

Asset

Mgmt.

HR

Human

Resources

CO

Controlling

SAP R/3 Enterprise
sap r 3 enterprise4
SAP R/3 Enterprise

SAP can use a

number of

database programs

to actually store

the data.

Oracle

DB2

MSSQL

configuration
Configuration
  • Configuration is the process of making standard software fit your business. SAP, as an example, has:
    • Over 8000 configuration decisions
    • Data structuring
      • Sales divisions, distribution channels
    • Rewriting Code (Modifications)
      • Not recommended because of compatibility problems when updated versions of the software are installed.
    • Customization
      • Writing code at SAP-specified user exits
    • Third-party software solutions
fitter snacker company
Fitter Snacker Company

CO

Calendars

Currencies

FI

Manufacturing

Process

Inputs

Outputs

Cust.

Master

Vendor

Master

Material

Master

Pricing

Pricing

Basic

Data

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Application

Server

Application

Server

Database

Server

USER PCs

USER PCs

Application

Server

Application

Server

Three-tier Client/Server Architecture

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Database and

Application

Server

User PCs

Two Tier Client/Server System

(Training Configuration)

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SAP vs. MS Office

Database and

Application

Server

Nothing is saved on your PC. Only things saved on our

server in Missouri are saved, and they are saved for good.

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Saving in Windows vs. SAP

  • In Window Applications, you save often so you don’t lose everything when you get the Blue Screen of Death:
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Saving in Windows vs. SAP

  • In SAP, there are very few delete options:
  • Don’t save if things don’t look 100% correct! Exit the transaction and start over
clients in sap r 3

Column (attribute)

Field

Mandt

Client

201

201

Row

(Record)

201

202

202

Clients in SAP R/3
  • What is a client?
    • A way to separate data in the system
    • In some ways, a separate database
    • Also, a table entry
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SAP 5 Server

Client 501

Client 502

Client 503

01 Fitter Snacker

01 Fitter Snacker

01 Fitter Snacker

02 Fitter Snacker

02 Fitter Snacker

02 Fitter Snacker

03 Fitter Snacker

03 Fitter Snacker

03 Fitter Snacker

99 Fitter Snacker

99 Fitter Snacker

99 Fitter Snacker

Fitter Snacker Setup

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Data Set Number (##)

  • I am data set number 00, not you!

Enter Cred. Contr. area ##CR

and Currency USD

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501

FS Student

502

FS Student

503

FS Student

201

Config.

202

CATT Test

203

FS Master

SAP 5 System Landscape

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Logging On – SAP Gui

  • To log on to an R/3 system with the SAP Gui, you need the proprietary SAP Gui (Graphical User Interface) software loaded on your system and an internet connection

Internet Connection

Account on

SAP R/3 System

in Missouri

PC with SAP Gui

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SAP Gui Configuration

  • First, you need to tell the SAP Gui which system you want to log into:

If you don’t have

any systems defined,

click on New Item

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System Definition (provided by UCC)

Text description (free)

Address of system (e.g.

sapd.umsystem.edu)

SAP Router usually

not required

System ID

Logical name of system

System Number

Frequently 00, but not always

R/3 System Selected

configured sap gui
Configured SAP Gui

Select System:

double-click or

Logon button

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Logging On

Enter Client

Enter User (R/3 Account)

Enter Password (R/3 Account)

Don’t worry about language—

English will default in

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Logging On

On the first time logging in to

a new account, you will have

to change the password—try

To remember your new

Password WITHOUT WRITING

IT DOWN!

Then a message or two

Then . . . .

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Success!

  • SAP Easy Access
  • Master Data Entry
  • Transaction Data Entry
implementation guide img
Implementation Guide (IMG)

Where Configuration

Takes Place

data types
Data Types
  • Master Data
    • Data that is relatively stable
      • Materials, Customers, Vendors
  • Transaction Data
    • Data that is relatively temporary
    • Stored at various stages of a business process
      • Customer orders, purchase orders, production orders, customer payments
transaction data
Transaction Data

Transactions flow down

the river of time

Transactions