Understanding Sap Screens

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Published on September 17, 2009

Author: vrs4u

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Understanding SAP screens Log on, calling functions and help Presentation prepared for aspiring new entrants in to SAP world -Vedula Rameswara Sharma. (Special thanks to Mr.Firdosh Tolat and Mr.K.P.Suresh Kumar my teachers in SAP MM at Siemens Acadamy, Chennai, India.)

Know system id and password To log on to SAP Client id: Password: Language:

To log on to SAP

Client id:

Password:

Language:

KNOW the initial screens COMMAND FIELD – you can type your transaction code MENU BAR – Top most line, changes as per the selected business process STANDARD TOOL BAR – Various push buttons, in line with command field TITLE BAR – Title (of the business process) displayed Application tool bar- Show various push buttons Check box – you can check (put a tick mark as many as you wish as per requirement Radio buttons – you can select only one Tab page – Tab stick controls

COMMAND FIELD – you can type your transaction code

MENU BAR – Top most line, changes as per the selected business process

STANDARD TOOL BAR – Various push buttons, in line with command field

TITLE BAR – Title (of the business process) displayed

Application tool bar- Show various push buttons

Check box – you can check (put a tick mark as many as you wish as per requirement

Radio buttons – you can select only one

Tab page – Tab stick controls

KNOW the initial screens Status bar – You can see the transaction code, placed at bottom of screen. Input field – you can type your inputs ex: description of material Use extras / Settings – you can change favorites top / bottom, you can display or hide picture. SM12 – You can clear the lock if other log ins have locked your transaction SE93 – You can see all transactions with use of * either in the beginning or at the end.

Status bar – You can see the transaction code, placed at bottom of screen.

Input field – you can type your inputs ex: description of material

Use extras / Settings – you can change favorites top / bottom, you can display or hide picture.

SM12 – You can clear the lock if other log ins have locked your transaction

SE93 – You can see all transactions with use of * either in the beginning or at the end.

Important to note SAP GUI ( Graphic User Interface) connect the front end computer with specific SAP system You can start SAP GUI by SAP log on Client is an independent business entity Generally represents a company in SAP system You can have maximum six sessions per log on User master record contains data for a particular user within a client PFCG is the T (transaction) code for role maintence Maximum of last used 15 T codes can appear in the command window

SAP GUI ( Graphic User Interface) connect the front end computer with specific SAP system

You can start SAP GUI by SAP log on

Client is an independent business entity

Generally represents a company in SAP system

You can have maximum six sessions per log on

User master record contains data for a particular user within a client

PFCG is the T (transaction) code for role maintence

Maximum of last used 15 T codes can appear in the command window

SHORT CUT keys TAB -Goes to the next field element within a field group CTRL + TAB -Goes to the first element of the next field group CTRL+/ -Goes direct to the command field /N -Cancel the current transaction

TAB -Goes to the next field element within a field group

CTRL + TAB -Goes to the first element of the next field group

CTRL+/ -Goes direct to the command field

/N -Cancel the current transaction

SHORT CUT keys /N# # # # -Go to the new transaction by cancelling the existing transaction (# # # # - T code) /O –Will display an overview of the existing transaction /O # # # # -Call a new transaction with out ending the existing transaction /NEND – To log off with a confirmation dialogue box

/N# # # # -Go to the new transaction by cancelling the existing transaction (# # # # - T code)

/O –Will display an overview of the existing transaction

/O # # # # -Call a new transaction with out ending the existing transaction

/NEND – To log off with a confirmation dialogue box

SHORT CUT keys /NEX – To log off with out a confirmation dialogue box /i – To delete the session you are currently using. F1 – To get explanation of the field functions. It will also display the technical help on the relevant field. F3 – To go back F4 – Possible entries

/NEX – To log off with out a confirmation dialogue box

/i – To delete the session you are currently using.

F1 – To get explanation of the field functions. It will also display the technical help on the relevant field.

F3 – To go back

F4 – Possible entries

SHORT CUT keys T Code – You can enter T code with out any prefix only from the easy access Configure help menu – Help on menu bar >Setting >F1/F4/Library Alt+_ - you can navigate to the menus in the menu bar by Alt + the underlined letter of the required menu option SM04 – User overview SU3 – Maintain user profile * * * * * * * * *

T Code – You can enter T code with out any prefix only from the easy access

Configure help menu – Help on menu bar >Setting >F1/F4/Library

Alt+_ - you can navigate to the menus in the menu bar by Alt + the underlined letter of the required menu option

SM04 – User overview

SU3 – Maintain user profile

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