SAP Warehouse Management
by Martin Murray
Beginning SAP Fiori
by Bince Mathew
Take a deep dive into SAP Fiori and discover Fiori architecture, Fiori landscape installation, Fiori standard applications, Fiori Launchpad configuration, tools for developing Fiori applications and extending standard Fiori applications.
You will learn:
- Fiori architecture and its applications
- Setting up a Fiori landscape and Fiori Launchpad
- Configuring, customizing and enhancing standard Fiori applications
- Developing Fiori native applications for mobile
- Internet of Things-based custom Fiori applications with the HANA cloud platform
Bince Mathew, a SAP mobility expert working for an MNC in Germany, shows you how SAP Fiori, based on HTML5 technology, addresses the most widely and frequently used SAP transactions like purchase order approvals, sales order creation, information lookup, and self-service tasks. This set of HTML5 apps provides a very simple and accessible experience across desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
- Prerequisites and steps for setting up a Fiori landscape and Launchpad
- Fiori standard application configuration
- Extending and customizing standard Fiori applications
- Developing custom Fiori applications from scratch
- Building custom Fiori applications for Internet Of Things using HANA cloud
- Fiori apps with cordova and kapsel plugins
by V. Narayanan
* Features an easy-to-understand Q & A format with configuration / consulting / usage tips
* Includes screen-shots from the latest version of SAP ERP, separate chapters on SAP FI Transaction Codes and SAP FI Tables
* Uses over 450 questions, 200 screen shots and illustrations, 430 FI transactions, and 195 SAP FI tables to help master this complex software
* Includes companion files with FI templates, short cuts, and figures (including 4 color) from the book
Implementing Sap Erp Financials
by V. Narayanan
Integrating IBM Security and SAP Solutions
by Axel Buecker, Ivy Chiu, Kenny Chow, Ingo Dressler, Anthony Ferguson, Vaughan Harper, David Moore, Zoran Radenkovic, Guy Redding, John Robinson, Sascha Schefenacker, Franz Wolfhagen, IBM Redbooks
Many large and medium-sized organizations have made strategic investments in the SAP NetWeaver technology platform as their primary application platform. In fact, SAP software is used to manage many core business processes and data. As a result, it is critical for all organizations to manage the life cycle of user access to the SAP applications while adhering to security and risk compliance requirements.
In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we discuss the integration points into SAP solutions that are supported by the IBM Security access and identity management product capabilities. IBM Security software offers a range of identity management (IdM) adapters and access management components for SAP solutions that are available with IBM Tivoli® Identity Manager, IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator, IBM Tivoli Directory Server, IBM Access Manager for e-business, IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On, and IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager.
This book is a valuable resource for security officers, consultants, administrators, and architects who want to understand and implement an identity management solution for an SAP environment.
SAP Web Client
by Tzanko Stefanov, Armand Sezikeye, Sanjeet Mall
This is your comprehensive guide to developing and enhancing applications with SAP Web Client. Focusing on development tasks and practical examples, this book will take you on a journey through the Web Client framework, discussing different programming layers and development activities via the use of practical examples, screenshots, and code. With the perfect balance between theory and practical guidance, this book will teach you everything you need to know about building a full-fledged, enterprise-ready application using Web Client.
1. Example ScenarioLearn about development in Web Client by exploring a detailed case study that serves as the basis for all examples discussed throughout the book.
2. GenIL ProgrammingUnderstand the foundation of GenIL programming and learn how to create a GenIL component.
3. Building ApplicationsDiscover how to build an application with the help of detailed step-by-step instructions, code listings, and screenshots.
4. Custom FunctionalityMaster the process of leveraging existing SAP applications and adding custom functionality using Web Client.
5. Application Mash-upsExplore the process of creating application mash-ups from both newly generated and existing standard SAP applications.
- BOL models
- GenIL components
- Component Workbench
- Application Enhancement tool
- Design layer
- BRF+ operations
- Application mashups
- Web Service tool
- MS Office integration
SAP Backup using Tivoli Storage Manager
by Budi Darmawan, Miroslav Dvorak, Dhruv Harnal, Gerson Makino, Markus Molnar, Rennad Murugan, Marcos Silva, IBM Redbooks
In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we give an overview of different data management topics related to a typical SAP® data center. The intrinsic functionality of SAP is not designed to completely handle all the tasks of a data center by itself, but the SAP system offers several interface possibilities to attach external tools to it to accomplish this task
We explain SAP basic concepts and the issues with SAP data management. We introduce Tivoli® Storage Manager and all of its products that are related to SAP data management. We provide some comparison between database backup and recovery tools. Finally, we discuss data archiving using IBM DB2® CommonStore for SAP, and discuss high availability requirements and disaster recovery considerations.
The second part of this book discusses a practical implementation of SAP backup and recovery with Tivoli Storage Manager. We implement this setup on two separate SAP systems: one running DB2 and the other running Oracle® database. We also implement LAN-free backup and FlashCopy® scenarios.
In the sample implementation section, we show many different tasks, such as backup and restore, database recovery, backup monitoring, and tuning. We also cover some advanced backup/availability considerations, such as split mirror backup and standby databases.
This book helps individuals that operate an SAP environment to devise a strategy for a sound and comprehensive data backup solution using the IBM Tivoli Storage Management product family.
by Suman Mukherjee, Saptaparna Mukherjee (Das)
Leverage the flexibility and power of SAP MII to integrate your business operations with your manufacturing processes. You’ll explore important new features of the product and see how to apply best practices to connect all the stakeholders in your business.
This book starts with an overview of SAP’s manufacturing integration and intelligence application and explains why it is so important. You’ll then see how it is applied in various manufacturing sectors.
The biggest challenge in manufacturing industries is to reduce the manual work and human intervention so that the process becomes automatic. SAP MII explains how to bridge the gap between management and production and bring sound vital information to the shop floor in real time.
With this book you’ll see how to ensure existing manufacturing and information systems share a common interface for all users in your enterprise.
What You’ll Learn
- Understand the functional aspects of SAP MII
- Implement SAP MII in different Manufacturing sectors
- Explore new technical features of SAP MII 12.x
- Integrate scenarios with SAP MII
- Discover practice guidelines
Who This Book is for
All levels of SAP manufacturing professionals.
SAP Transaction Codes
by Venki Krishnamoorthy, Martin Murray, Norman Reynolds
End your odyssey through the SAP menu tree once and for all with this reference book! Covering more than 3000 transactions, this book helps you navigate through all major modules of SAP ERP 6.0 with ease. Find codes by application, transaction title, or task to perform, and benefit from comprehensive descriptions of when and how to use a transaction.
1. All Major Modules CoveredFind information on functional transactions in FI/CO, IM, MM, WM, PP, SD, Plant Maintenance, Quality Management, Project System, HR, and the Basis system.
2. Comprehensive DescriptionsFor each transaction, find the code, the title (short text), a description of the transaction’s functionality, and the required input.
3. Additional InformationBenefit from SAP Notes, alternative transactions, or integration points with other modules.
4. Easily Find What You NeedBrowse the chapters on each module alphabetically, or search the 200-page index by transaction code, transaction title, or task to perform.
Example: LT04 – Create Transfer Order from Transfer RequirementThis transaction is used to create a transfer order from a transfer requirement. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and the transfer requirement number. The following screen shows the material from the transfer requirement and the amount to be moved. The user can change the destination bin or allow the system to determine it. The transfer order can be created from this screen.
Topics covered include:
- Financials & Controlling
- Materials, Warehouse, and Inventory
- Production Planning
- Sales & Distribution
- Plant Maintenance
- Quality Management
- Project System
- Human Resources
- Basis System