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- On-demand access to the most current SAP Learning Journeys, e-learning courses, expert videos, and webinars
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- Optional access to SAP training systems through the SAP Live Access environment
- Frequently updated content with new learning opportunities
- Expert guidance through SAP Learning Rooms
- Provides you with the knowledge to differentiate yourself in a competitive global job market
- Gives you a cost-effective way to prepare for a SAP certification exam
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Access self paced online courses covering a variety of popular SAP solution topics. Each includes highly effective learning components such as recorded expert instruction modules and real-world simulations. Learn entirely online, at your own pace, and on your own schedule.
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- Get a fast start to your SAP career by subscribing to our library of standard SAP overview and detailed e-learning courses, handbooks and delta training specifically selected for university students
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- During the 12 months, subscription SAP Education will update the catalog with any changes to existing content or net new content relevant to end-users, so that you have access to our latest content during your subscription
- Subscribers to SAP Learning Hub, student edition are also eligible to purchase additional training system access via SAP Live Access
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- What is Metadata, Master data and Transaction data?
Ans: Meta Data: Metadata is data about Data. It tells you about the structure of data or MetaObjects.
Master Data: This Data is key business information like Customer information, Employee, Materials, etc. This is more like a reference data for Ex. If a customer orders 10 units of your product instead of asking the customer for his shipping address 10 times, the same can be referenced from the Customer Master Data.
Transaction Data: This is data related to day to day transactions.
- Is SAP A Database?
Ans: NO. SAP is not a database, but it’s an application that makes use of databases provided by other vendors like Oracle, SQL Server, etc.
- How many SAP Sessions can you work on at a given time?
Ans: At any given time for a particular client, you can work on 6 sessions at max.
- Mention what are the different layers in the R/3 system?
Ans: Different layers in the R/3 system includes
- Presentation Layer
- Database layer
- Application layer
- Mention what are the three stages of data mining?
Ans: Three stages of data mining include
- Initial Exploration
- Model building
- Mention what is LUW (Logical Unit of Work)?
Ans: LUW is a span of time during which database records are updated, either commit or rollback.
- Mention what is BDC stands for? How many methods of BDC are there?
Ans: BDC stands for Batch Data Communication. The methods of BDC are
- Direct Input Method
- Batch Input Session Method
- Call transaction Method
- Explain what is extended star schema?
Ans: The star schema consists of the fact tables and the dimension tables. The master data related tables are kept in separate tables, which has reference to the characteristics in the dimension tables. These separate tables for master data are termed as the Extended Star Schema.
- Mention the two types of services that are used to deal with communication?
Ans: To deal with communication, you can use two types of services.
Message Service: In order to exchange short internal messages, this service is used by the application servers
Gateway Service: This service allows communication between R/3 and external applications using CPI-C protocol.
- Mention what is the protocol does SAP Gateway process use?
Ans: The SAP gateway process uses TCP/IP protocol to communicate with the clients.
- Explain what the .sca files and mention their importance?
Ans: . sca stands for SAP component Archive. It is used to deploy the Java components, patches, and other java developments in the form of. sca,. sda,.war and .jar.
- Explain what is dispatcher?
Ans: A dispatcher is a component that takes the request for client systems and stores the request in the queue.
- What is a NetWeaver and what are its uses?
Ans: In order to run multiple products from mySAP suite, an integrated platform is used. This platform is called NetWeaver. It helps all these applications run on a single instance.
A wonderful use of using NetWeaver is that you can access SAP data using the web, and in a rare, case you can also use it from mobile. This means saving costs on training clients.
- Mention what the difference between OLAP and Data Mining is?
Ans: OLAP: OLAP stands for Online Analytical Processing it is a reporting tool configured to understand your database schema, dimensions, and composition facts
Data Mining: It is an analytic process to explore data in search of consistent patterns or systematic relationships between variables.
- Mention what is the process to create a table in the data dictionary?
Ans: To create a table in the data dictionary, you have to follow this step.
- Creating domains (data type, field length, range)
- Creating data elements (properties and type for a table field)
- Creating tables (SE 11)
- Mention what is AWB?
Ans: AWB stands for Administrator Workbench. It is a tool for monitoring, controlling, and maintaining all the processes connected with data staging and processing in the business information warehousing.
- Explain what is Bex?
Ans: Bex means Business Explorer. It allows the end-user to locate reports, analyze information, view reports, and can execute queries. The queries in the workbook can be saved to their respective roles in the Bex browser. It has the following components Bex analyzer, Bex Map, and Bex web.
- Mention what is the difference between Domain and Data Element?
Ans: Data Element: It is an intermediate object between domain and table type.
Domain: It defines attributes such as length, type, and possible value range.
- Mention what are SET parameters and GET parameters?
Ans: To use parameter IDs, you need to “set” values in the global memory area and then “get” values from this parameter ID memory area. In the case of the online program, you have to “Set” values from screen fields, and you will “get” these values for screen fields.
- List out the different types of source systems in SAP?
Ans: The different types of the source system in SAP includes
- SAP R/3 source system
- SAP BW
- Flat files
- External Systems
Top Companies for SAP Jobs:
The big companies, which welcome SAP certified professionals, are:
- HARBINGER SYSTEMS
- ERNST & YOUNG
- YASH TECHNOLOGIES
- IBM INDIA
- JINDAL STEEL POWER
- HITACHI CONSULTING
SAP Job Profiles:
- SAP Trainee
- SAP Executive
- SAP Developer
- SAP Analyst
- SAP Manager
- SAP Consultant
- SAP Trainer
SAP Job Salaries:
The top respondents for the job title SAP Consultant are from the companies InfoSys Limited, Tata Consultancy Services Limited and Capgemini. Reported salaries are highest at InfoSys Limited where the average pay is ₹852,843. Other companies that offer high salaries for this role include IBM India Private Limited and Deloitte, earning around ₹808,729 and ₹799,162, respectively. Capgemini pays the lowest at around ₹590,255. Accenture and Accenture Technology Solutions also pay on the lower end of the scale, paying ₹611,875 and ₹627,613, respectively.
An entry-level SAP Consultant with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of ₹332,298 based on 254 salaries. An early career SAP Consultant with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of ₹509,912 based on 2,324 salaries. A mid-career SAP Consultant with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of ₹906,829 based on 1,582 salaries. An experienced SAP Consultant with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of ₹1,424,783 based on 528 salaries. In their late career (20 years and higher), employees earn an average total compensation of ₹1,965,270. (PayScale)