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dyslexic
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Member since Nov 2010
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SAP cheat sheet

Chicken, is it true that you are a SAP genius?

If so can you provide me with a SAP cheat sheet?

We use this program at work and this shite is not very user friendly.


Kafka
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re: SAP cheat sheet
quote:

Chicken, is it true that you are a SAP genius?
sap could describe several admins


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InVolNerable
Tennessee Fan
Member since Jan 2012
9431 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
It's one button on the remote. How hard is it to use?


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Ellunchboxo
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Pville
Member since Feb 2009
11852 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
You don't even speak Spanish.


dyslexic
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Chicken
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Jackassistan
Member since Aug 2003
8142 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
What module/area of SAP?


wish i was tebow
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Member since Feb 2009
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re: SAP cheat sheet
SAP is very broad.


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dyslexic
Army Fan
Left field
Member since Nov 2010
3606 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
SAP GUI 730

We use it for everything here.

I'm new to it, not even sure if I answered your question.


Chicken
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Jackassistan
Member since Aug 2003
8142 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Module means Sales and Distribution or Finance or Materials Management, HR, etc


dyslexic
Army Fan
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Member since Nov 2010
3606 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
I will be using it for Materials Management, and putting in notifications. I won't be doing much/any Finance yet because my job does not call for it at this time. But it is used here.

I'm not a fan of the Funcution Locations not found, and that little bleep noise it makes.


Chicken
USA Fan
Jackassistan
Member since Aug 2003
8142 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Do you have access to transaction code SE16N?


dyslexic
Army Fan
Left field
Member since Nov 2010
3606 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Not sure, I'm off today so I can't try that one.

I use IW24 & IW28 most of the time.

I'm getting my profile built right now.



It would be nice to use something like, *0007*, in a function location spot. That would make SAP much easier. Like when searching for material.


Paige
LSU Fan
Vice President of the OT
Member since Oct 2010
64441 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
I can't figure out where to put in all these "functions" they keep suggesting and i don't want to ask and look like an idiot

Also frick SAP


UncleFestersLegs
Columbia MD
Member since Nov 2010
1709 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
You can turn off the sound with the little rainbow colored button on the right at the top.

I've had to teach myself SAP Workflow and this site was a huge help to me.

LINK

You might need a dev key to get access..it's been so long ago I don't really remember how I got signed up. Even if you can't post, there is a ton of info about just about every SAP module. Good luck.


UncleFestersLegs
Columbia MD
Member since Nov 2010
1709 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
If someone suggests a function module, run SE37 and enter the name they suggested.


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dyslexic
Army Fan
Left field
Member since Nov 2010
3606 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Back to work tomorrow....I will give it a shot.




Murray
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Member since Aug 2008
9918 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
quote:

....I will give it a shot.




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Riseupfromtherubble
USA Fan
Premium Member
Member since Jun 2011
20094 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Learning SAP was just about repition for me. Once you figure out how it flows you can work any T-code with relative ease


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Chicken
USA Fan
Jackassistan
Member since Aug 2003
8142 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
If you have access to SE16N, enter table name TSTC. This is the transaction code master table. You can enter IW* to get all tcodes that start with IW. You will see the descriptions. Also may want to look at MM* for most MM tcodes.

I am sure there are websites that have this info for you.


UncleFestersLegs
Columbia MD
Member since Nov 2010
1709 posts

re: SAP cheat sheet
Also, any time you browse a table like this, make sure you take note of the max number of hits parameter on the selection screen prior to hitting the clock. I've wasted a lot time before wondering where all my records were :)


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