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SAP ABAP Training Details
Start Date:
Method:Live (Instructor-led)
Tuition:Call +1-832-419-7371 for Prices
Day 1Sun 07/10/2016
Day 2Sun 07/17/2016
Day 3Sun 07/24/2016
Day 4Sun 07/31/2016
Day 5Sun 08/07/2016
Technical Requirements:
RAM:2 GB minimum
Headset:With built-in microphone
Software Requirements:
Operating System:Windows XP or newer
Operating System:Mac OS
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Timing:9am to 5pm (CST)
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System Access:90 Days
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why LearnSAP has been serving the SAP education industry since 1999. Over the period our methodologies have evolved to prepare students to exceed job market expectations. We achieve this by empowering students with equal proportions of knowledge and proficiency in the SAP system. Students walk confidently into their first projects.
For self evaluation we have practice exams on our website which are a good indication if students are ready for the certification exam. We are different from other schools as our focus is on learning by practice. The entire training is based on a simulation of a real-time project. Students learn best in this setup as compared to the one where they learn the syntax and vocabulary of the language and try to piece it together. Join this course to learn SAP ABAP from one of the very few, talented and extremely experienced instructor.

SAP ABAP instructor.

Ms Varsha Vilankar has a Masters Degree in Computers. Varsha has participated in SAP right from the onset of her career in I.T. in 1992.
She has worked on several SAP implementation projects and area of expertise lies in manufacturing and utility industry. Although she is a renowned Technical consultant, nowadays she spends more time managing the company's diverse needs. Varsha also
heads the two teams that manage our SAP implementation. With 32 servers and 13 different systems slick operation of our applications is a major task in itself.
Occasionally Varsha teaches ABAP and Materials Management modules. Varsha has been with since 2004 and since then has many satisfied students to her account.

Class Size.

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Five students is the magic number. All of our online classes are never more than 5 students, while our in-class max number is 8.

Pre-requisites of SAP ABAP.

The most basic qualification for making a career in SAP is sharp and logical programming skills. Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) and Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) will be advantageous.

SAP ABAP curriculum.

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the curriculum very well. A lot of times when there is a cheaper course available it is due to less content being covered. Our curriculum is carefully designed to exceed job expectations.

In-session and post-training support.

We have a special message board on our website which is dedicated to past and present students. This online community is closely watched by instructors and forum moderators to ensure that students get prompt answers to their questions and solutions for their problems. Previous students who have made it to projects also contribute some of their time mentoring new comers. Graduates continue to use these forums to communicate with their mentors and piers about their experiences. They become the support system for each other while teachers and forum moderators continue to watch over their communication to validate the solutions exchanging hands.

SAP ABAP Course Curriculum<< Back

ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages. ABAP used to be an abbreviation of Allgemeiner berichtsauf bereitungs prozessor, the German meaning of "generic report preparation processor", but was later renamed to Advanced Business Application Programming.

Duties of an ABAPer would include to develop and maintain programs to enhance the assigned application module using the SAP Development tools. Collaborate with the SAP Project Management, Business and Systems Analyst and user departments to develop specifications for system enhancements for continuous functional improvement. Develop Test Plans and automated scripts to assure expected performance quality levels meet standards in development efforts. Implement technical architecture surrounding the package.


Section 1: Introduction to SAP ABAP

  • What is SAP
  • SAP Architecture and where ABAP fits in
  • ABAP Development Workbench Tools
  • Object Navigator
  • Workbench Organizer
  • Data Dictionary
  • Menu Painter
  • Screen Painter

Section 2: ABAP Dictionary

  • Tables
  • Views
  • Lock Objects

Section 3: ABAP Programming Techniques

  • Reports Statement
    • Line Size
    • Line-count
    • Message
    • Page Heading
    • Report Comment Section
  • Day-2

  • Declarations
    • Tables
    • Includes
    • Variables (Data Types and Data Objects)
    • Structures
    • Internal Table
    • Constants
  • Selection Screen / Input Fields
    • Parameters
    • Select:- Options
    • Section Screen Formatting
  • Program Events
    • Initialization
    • Start of Selection and End of
    • Selection
    • At Selection Screen
    • At Line Selection
    • At User:- Command
  • Formatting and Displaying Data
    • Event for Page Headers and Footers
    • Display Options
  • Internal Table Operations
  • Subroutines
  • Function Group and Modules
  • Logical Database
  • Variants
  • Create Transactions for Reports



Section 4: Data Transfer Methods

  • Overview of Data Transfer
  • External Data Access
    • Data Analysis and data files
    • Upload and download data from / to presentation server
  • Standard data transfer program
    • Direct Input Method
    • BDC program
    • Call transaction Program
  • Transaction Recorder
  • Data Transfer Workbench Concepts
  • Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW)
  • BAPIs (Introduction as a data transfer method)


Section 5: Dialog Programming

  • Introduction to Dialog Programming
  • Screen Painter
  • Screen Elements for Input/Output
  • Subscreens
  • Tabstrips
  • Table Controls
  • Menu Painter
  • Create GUI Status & Title Bar
  • Create Menu Bar for a Screen
  • Define function Keys
  • Create Application Tool Bar for a Screen
  • Screen Flow Logic
  • Understand screen flow logic
  • Create Process After Input and Process before Output modules
  • Use message for error processing
  • Call list processing within a transaction


Section 6: Performance Tuning

  • Types of Program Analysis
  • Static Checks
  • Dynamic Checks and Short Dump
  • Analysis
  • ABAP Debugger
  • Breakpoints in Programs
  • Breakpoints in the Debugger
  • Performance Tools
  • Runtime Analysis
  • SQL Trace

Section 7: Introduction to Advance Features

  • Interfaces
  • Introduction to ALE & IDOCS
  • Enhancement Concept
  • ALV ( ABAP List Viewer)
  • Saving Lists and Background Processing