SAP ABAP Training

SAP ABAP Training

ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages (4GLs) first developed in the 1980s. It was originally the report language for SAP R/2, a platform that enabled large corporations to build mainframe business applications for materials management and financial and management accounting.

ABAP used to be an abbreviation of Allgemeiner Berichts Aufbereitungs Prozessor, German for “generic report preparation processor”, but was later renamed to the English Advanced Business Application Programming. ABAP was one of the first languages to include the concept of Logical Databases (LDBs), which provides a high level of abstraction from the basic database level(s).

ABAP remains as the language for creating programs for the client-server R/3 system, which SAP first released in 1992. As computer hardware evolved through the 1990s, more and more of SAP’s applications and systems were written in ABAP. By 2001, all but the most basic functions were written in ABAP. In 1999, SAP released an object-oriented extension to ABAP called ABAP Objects, along with R/3 release 4.6.

In the database all ABAP code exists in two forms: source code, which can be viewed and edited with the ABAP Workbench tools; and generated code, a binary representation somewhat comparable with Java byte code. ABAP programs execute under the control of the runtime system, which is part of the SAP kernel.

Course Information

  • Course Duration : 40 Hours
  • Training Timings : Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day
  • Training Method : Instructor Led Online Training
  • Study Material : Soft Copy

Prerequisite

Instructor Led SAP ABAP Online Training

Flexible Time At Your Convenience

Over 10,000+ Professionals Trained Across 35 Countries

24×7 Live Support via Chat, Mail and Phone

Corporate Training and On-Job Support


Course Content

•What is ABAP?

•Logon to SAP Environment

•Transaction Codes

•Multitasking Commands

•Comments

•Errors

•ABAP/4 Editor ( SE38 )

•Steps for Creating a Program

•Elements in R/3 Screen

•Out put Statements

•Operators in ABAP

•Data, Parameter & Constant Statements

•Data Types & Classification

•Data Objects & Classification

•Text Elements

•String Operations

•Control Statements

•Field strings

•ABAP Dictionary Introduction

•Data Dictionary Functions

•Data Dictionary Objects

oData Base Tables

oStructures

oViews

oData Elements

oType Groups

oDomains

oSearch helps

oLock objects

•Primary Key And Foreign Key

•Table Maintenance Generator

•Creating a package

•Difference between local objects & packages

•Transferring local objects to packages

•Variants Introduction

•Creating variants in ABAP Editor & Data Dictionary

•Message Class Introduction

•Message types

•Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs

•Selection screen Introduction

oParameter Statement

oSelect-options Statement

oSelection-screen Statement

•Screen table and its fields

•Dynamic screen modification by using Modif Id key

•Select

•Insert

•Modify

•Update

•Delete

•Internal Tables Introduction

•Declaring Internal Table

•Populating Internal Table

•Processing Internal Table

•Initializing Internal Tables

•Inner Joins And For All Entries

•Control Break Statements

•Debugging Techniques Introduction

•Break-points (Static & Dynamic)

•Watch points

•Dynamically changing internal tables contents in Debugging Editor

•Options to step through the program in Debugging Editor

•Modularization Techniques Introduction

•Includes

•Subroutines

•Passing Parameters to Subroutines

•Passing Tables to Subroutines

•Function Groups & Function Modules

•Reports Introduction

•Classical Reports

•Interactive Reports

•Techniques Used For Interactive Reports

oHotspot

oHide

oGet Cursor

•ALV Reports Introduction

•ALV through Function Modules

•ALV Types

•MPP Introduction

•Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program

•Flow Logic Events

oProcess Before Output (PBO)

oProcess After Input (PAI)

oProcess On Value Request (POV)

oProcess On Help Request (POH)

•Include Programs in MPP

oInclude TOP

oInclude I01

oInclude O01

oInclude F01

•Dynamic Screens

oLeave Screen

oLeave to Screen

oCall Screen

oSet Screen

•Processing of List from Transaction and Vice Versa

•Elements in Screen Layout

oTable Controls

oStep Loops

oTabstrip Controls

oSubscreens

•BDC Introduction

•Recording

•BDC Methods

oCall Transaction Method

oSession Method

•Handling Table Controls in BDC

•Legacy System Migration Workbench

oDifferent Methods

oFlat file creation

oUploading data

•File Handling

oApplication Server

oPresentation Server

•SAP Scripts Introduction

•Components of SAP Scripts

oLayout Set

oStandard Text

oOut Put Program

•Modifying Standard SAP Script Layouts

•Including Logos

•SAP Script Utilities – Upload / Download

•Smart Forms Introduction

•Graphics Management

•Style Maintenance

oParagraph Formats

oCharacter Formats

•Writing print program and designing layouts

•Smart Forms Introduction

•Graphics Management

•Style Maintenance

oParagraph Formats

oCharacter Formats

•Writing print program and designing layouts

Runtime Analysis & SQL Tracing

•Introduction to Distributed Environment

•Introduction to Cross Applications

•Introduction to RFC

•Creating RFC Destination between 2 Systems

•Creating Remote Enabled Function Modules

•Creating program using Remote Enabled Function Modules

•ALE Basics

•Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process

•Configuration Steps

•Define logical systems

•Assign client to logical system

•RFC destination

•Customer distribution model

•Creating Ports

•ALE Basics

•Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process

•Configuration Steps

•Define logical systems

•Assign client to logical system

•RFC destination

•Customer distribution model

•Creating Ports

•EDI Basics

•Difference between ALE & EDI

•Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process

•Configuration Steps

•Port Creation

•Partner Profile Creation

•User Exits Overview

•Types of User Exits

oField Exit

oScreen Exit

oFunction Exit

oMenu Exit

•BAPI Overview

•Creation of BAPI

•What is workflow?

•Overview of workflow

•BADIs Overview

•Defining a BADI

•Implementing a BADI

•Object Oriented ABAP Overview

•Defining a Class

•Implementing a Class

•Object Oriented ABAP Overview

•Defining a Class

•Implementing a Class

Miscellaneous Topics

•Correction & Transport request (CTS)

•Transport Organizer

•Work Bench Request

•Task Creation

•Release Objects

•SAP Memory & ABAP Memory

•Logical Database

•SD Flow

•MM Flow


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