SAP Basis Training

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Basis training imparts the essentials to optimally manage the technical architecture and enable uninterrupted communication between the server infrastructure, business application and the software. This implies during the training, the participants will be skilled enough to administer communication between different types of the operating systems and the databases running for data storage and updation. The experienced trainers will impart various capabilities through advanced teaching skills in instructing Basis concepts.

By the end of the SAP Basis Training, you will exhibit the following skills:

  • Understand the functionality and architecture of R/3, the comprehensive set of integrated business applications
  • Describe system central interfaces including work process architecture, services, and process
  • Understand the installation and post installation activities
  • Configuring and administering different operation modes
  • Monitor background processing and handle performance tuning
  • Work on Profile management to configure Memory , CPU, Buffer process
  • Connect to different databases and configure the associated services
  • Control the access methods and administer single/mass user
Target audience
  • Basis administrators
  • System administrators
  • DBA
  • Networking and hardware professionals
  • Functional consultants
  • Freshers/ Professionals willing to learn SAP Basis
Prerequisites

Candidates with basic knowledge of computers and networking fundamentals can take the best out of this SAP Basis Training.

1. SAP BASIS Overview

  • Basis Roles & Responsibilities
  • Advantages of SAP & Advantages of Net weaver

2. R/3 System Basics

  • SAP Basis Logging on to the R/3
  • Starting the R/3 System
  • Starting an R/3 Instance
  • Process Overview at the Operating System Level
  • Assigning Parameter Values R/3 Startup Logs and Traces
  • Startup Diagnostics
  • Database Startup Logs and Traces
  • Before Stopping the R/3 System
  • Stopping the R/3 System
  • Stopping R/3: Error Diagnostics

3. The System Central Interfaces

  • Dispatcher Process
  • Work Process Architecture
  • Services : Work Process Types (Dialog, Background, Spool, Enqueue, Update, Message & Gateway Servers)

4. R3 Kernel Architecture

  • The Dialog Work Process
  • Work Process Multiplexing and SAP Transactions
  • Locks in R/3 at the Business Process Level
  • Requesting a Lock from the Enqueue
  • Asynchronous Update
  • Updating Log Records
  • Long-Running ABAP Programs
  • Background Processing

5. Installation Of SAP, Post Installation Activities

  • Applying Sap License
  • STMS Configuration between Landscapes
  • Creating RFC Connections
  • Import the profiles into SAP level
  • Other post installation activities

6. Transaction RZ10

  • Profile Maintenance
  • Maintaining R/3 Profiles
  • Changing R/3 Profile Parameters
  • Checking and Comparing R/3 Profiles

7. Operation Modes

  • Choosing an Operation Mode
  • Using the System Administration Assistant
  • Setting Up Operation Modes/Instances
  • Adapting Instance Definitions and Operation Modes
  • Operation Mode Switch: Advantage
  • Scheduling Operation Modes
  • Switching Operation Modes Manually
  • Operation Mode Switch Diagnostics

8. Background Processing

  • Background Processing
  • Why Background Processing?
  • What is a Background Job?
  • Scheduling of Jobs and Workload Balancing
  • Reservation for Class A Jobs
  • Using the System Administration Assistant
  • Defining a Job Using the Job Wizard
  • Executing Programs as Job Steps
  • Start Conditions of a Job
  • Definition and Triggering of Events
  • Status of a Job

9. CCMS

  • CCMS Configuration
  • CCMS: Overview
  • Setting Up the CCMS
  • Using the System Administration Assistant
  • CCMS Monitoring Authorization

10. Support Phase

  • Handling the End User Problems
  • Work Process Monitoring
  • Back ground Job scheduling & administration
  • Daily system Monitoring & Updating
  • Logon Load Balancing to dynamically to load between the systems
  • Profile management to configure Memory , CPU, Buffer process
  • Operation Modes to Dynamically Switch between the processes

11. Client Administration

  • Client Creation & Deletion
  • Client Copies (Local, Remote, Export & Import)
  • Troubleshooting client copies

12. The Change And Transport System

  • SAP DATA types
  • Change request creations
  • Configuration of Transport Domain
  • Distributing and verifying TMS Configuration between systems
  • Creating the Transport Layer, Transport Routes, and Transport Groups
  • Import transport request to between systems
  • Support packs & Enhancement packages, add-ons, plug-in
  • Support patches, Add-ons, and Enhancement upgrade procedure

13. Database

  • Oracle Architecture
  • Connectivity Mechanism of work process to Database
  • Starting & Stopping Database
  • Working on Database Parameters
  • Configure Listener services
  • Table space Administration
  • BR Tools administration
  • Configuring the database backup (Offline/Online)
  • Configuring the Re-do log Backup
  • Monitoring The Database growth for capacity planning
  • Monitoring Database logs related to schedule job

14. Performance Tuning

  • Introduction to workload analysis
  • Performance analysis monitors
  • R/3 memory management

15. SAP Security

  • Single user administration
  • Mass User administration
  • LSMW Script running
  • Central User administration(CUA)
  • Role Administration and authorizations concept
  • Missing authorization
  • SAP Printing system
  • SAP Spool system Architecture
  • Introduction to SAP Access Methods
  • Defining R/3 Printer Devices
  • Managing spool Requests
  • The SAPLPD Driver Program
  • TEMSE object Database

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