• Duration – 50 hours

ABAP deploys the basis for numerous SAP applications, with a wide range of features and functionality for developing powerful business solutions. SAP HANA provides the opportunity to launch with new and complex technologies. SAP ABAP on HANA training will help you in building your career as a powerful ABAP Developer, learn high-level ABAP programming for SAP HANA, develop Agile and operation data mart in SAP ABAP on HANA, and advanced reporting using the new reporting tools.

  • Course completion certificate, Certification documents and materials, interview questions included.
  • Mode of Study – Online Self Learning
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USD 75

SAP ABAP ON HANA Course Content

SECTION 1:        

Unit 1: Introduction to ERP

  1. What is ERP?
  2. Why we need ERP?
  3. Advantages of ERP
  4. Major ERP Packages

Unit 2: Introduction to SAP & R/3 Architecture 

  1. What is SAP?
  2. History & Features of SAP
  3. SAP R/2 Architecture (Limitations of R/2 Architecture)
  4. SAP R/3 Architecture (Types of work processes)
  5. SAP R/3 Application Modules
  6. SAP Landscape

Unit 3: Introduction to SAP HANA          

  1. Evolution of HANA
  2. Introduction to SAP HANA
  3. Introduction to SAP In-Memory Strategy and Technology
  4. HANA compare to BWA
  5. SAP HANA Landscape
  6. SAP In-Memory Computing Product Strategy and Roadmap

Unit 4: SAP HANA STUDIO Look & Feel         

  1. In-Memory Computing Studio
  2. Administration view
  3. Navigator View
  4. System Monitor
  5. Information Modeler

Unit 5: SAP HANA Architecture     

  1. Architecture Overview                  
  2. IMCE and Surroundings
  3. Row Store
  4. Column Store
  5. Loading data into HANA
  6. Data modeling concepts
  7. Reporting
  8. Persistent Layer
  9. Backup & Recovery

Unit 6: Introduction to ABAP/4          

  1. What is ABAP?
  2. Logon to SAP Environment
  3. Transaction Codes
  4. Multitasking Commands
  5. ABAP/4 Editor
  6. Steps for Creating a Program
  7. Elements in R/3 Screen
  8. Output Statements
  9. Operators in ABAP
  10. Data, Parameter & Constant Statements
  11. Data Types & Classification
  12. Data Objects & Classification
  13. Text Elements
  14. String Operations
  15. Control Statements
  16. Field strings                

Unit 7: Introduction to Development Environment – SAP HANA STUDIO

  1. Overview of Eclipse                    
  2. SAP’s Eclipse Strategy
  3. Unbundling of Eclipse and SAP Software
  4. Central Update Site
  5. Installing the Development Environment
  6. Installing SAP HANA Studio
  7. Installing the ABAP Development Tools for SAP NetWeaver
  8. Getting Started in the Development System
  9. Basic Principles of Eclipse
  10. ABAP Development Tools for SAP NetWeaver (ADT)

Unit 8: ABAP Dictionary                      

  1. ABAP Dictionary Introduction
  2. Data Dictionary Functions
  3. Data Dictionary Objects
  4. Data Base Tables
  5. Structures & Views
  6. Data Elements
    1. Type Groups
    2. Domains
    3. Search helps
    4. Lock objects
    5. Primary Key and Foreign Key
    6. Table Maintenance Generator


Unit 1: Packages

  1. Creating a package
  2. Difference between local objects & packages
  3. Transferring local objects to packages
  4. Variants
    1. Variants Introduction
    2. Creating variants in ABAP Editor & Data Dictionary
  5. Message Classes
    1. Message Class Introduction
    2. Message types
    3. Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs
  6. Selection Screens
    1. Selection screen Introduction
    2. Parameter Statement
    3. Select-options Statement
    4. Selection-screen Statement
    5. Screen table and its fields

Unit 2: Internal Tables

  1. Internal Tables Introduction
    1. Declaring Internal Table
    2. Populating Internal Table
    3. Processing Internal Table
    4. Initializing Internal Tables

Unit 3: Modularization Techniques

  1. Modularization Techniques Introduction
  2. Includes
  3. Subroutines
  4. Passing Parameters to Subroutines
  5. Passing Tables to Subroutines
  6. Function Groups & Function Modules

Unit 4: Reports

  1. Reports Introduction
  2. Classical Reports
  3. Interactive Reports
  4. Techniques Used For Interactive Reports
    1. Hotspot
    2. Hide
  5. ALV Reports Introduction
    1. ALV Reports
    2. ALV through Function Modules
    3. ALV Types

Unit 5: Dialog / Module Pool Programming/ Transactions

  1. Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program
    1. Flow
  2. Logic Events
  3. Process Before Output (PBO)
  4. Process After Input (PAI)
  5. Process On Value Request (POV)
  6. Process On Help Request (POH)
  7. Include Programs in MPP
    1. Include TOP
    2. Include I01
    3. Dynamic Screens
    4. Leave Screen
    5. Leave to Screen
    6. Call Screen
    7. Set Screen
    8. Processing of List from Transaction and ViceVersa
    9. Elements in Screen Layout
    10. Table Controls
    11. Step Loops
    12. Tab strip Controls

Unit 6: Batch Data Communication

  1. BDC Introduction
  2. Recording
  3. BDC Methods
  4. Call Transaction Method
  5. Session Method
  6. Handling Table Controls in BDC
  7. Legacy System Migration Workbench
  8. Different Methods
  9. Flat file creation
  10. Uploading data
  11. File Handling
  12. Application Server
  13. Presentation Server

Unit 7: Smart Forms

  1. Smart Forms Introduction
  2. Graphics Management
  3. Style Maintenance
  4. Paragraph Formats
  5. Character Formats
  6. Writing print program and designing layouts
  7. Cross Applications

Unit 8: RFC

  1. Introduction to RFC
  2. Creating RFC Destination between 2 Systems
  3. Creating Remote Enabled Function Modules
  4. Creating program using Remote Enabled Function Modules

Unit 9: ALE

  1. ALE Basics
  2. Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process
  3. Configuration Steps
  4. Define logical systems
  5. Assign client to logical system
  6. RFC destination
  7. Customer distribution model
  8. Creating Ports

Unit 10: IDocs

  1. What is an Idoc?
  2. Types of Idocs
    1. Basic Idocs
    2. Extension Idocs
    3. Creating Idocs
    4. Message Types
    5. Assigning Idocs type to Message type

Unit 11: User Exits

  1. User Exits Overview
  2. Types of User Exits
  3. Field Exit
  4. Screen Exit
  5. Function Exit
  6. Menu Exit

Unit 12: BADIs

  1. BADIs Overview
    1. Defining a BADI
    2. Implementing a BADI


Unit 1: Taking ABAP to HANA

  1. SAP HANA as Secondary Database – Access via Open SQL
  2. Optimize Open SQL Access to SAP HANA
  3. Performance Rules and Guidelines for SAP HANA
  4. Database Interface
  5. Role of the Database for the ABAP Application Server
  6. Data Types, ABAP Database Access
  7. ABAP Data Dictionary
  8. Open SQL
  9. Database Views in the ABAP Data Dictionary
  10. Database Access via Native SQL
  11. Secondary Database Connections
  12. Analyzing Database Accesses Using the SQL Trace
  13. Statement Transformations
  14. Secondary Connections

Unit 2: Access to SAP HANA Using Native SQL and ADBC

  1. Open SQL and its Limitations
  2. ABAP Database Connectivity (ADBC)
  3. Native SQL Syntax

Unit 3: Consuming SAP HANA Views in ABAP

  1. Working with Views in SAP HANA Studio
  2. Consuming SAP HANA Views via Native SQL
  3. Accessing SAP HANA Views via External Views in ABAP
  4. Dictionary

Unit 4: Calling SAP HANA Database Procedures in ABAP

  1. Working With Database Procedures in SAP HANA Studio
  2. Calling SAP HANA Procedures in ABAP
  3. Calling SAP HANA Procedures via ABAP Database Procedure
  4. Proxies

Unit 5: Advanced Topics

  1. Full Text Search in SAP HANA
  2. ABAP List Viewer (ALV) with Integrated Access to SAP HANA
  3. Transport of SAP HANA Objects
  4. Working With Database Procedures in SAP HANA Studio


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