This course primarily discusses the SAP R/3 client-server architecture in the context of work processes, SAP R/3 instances, and system landscapes as well as the NetWeaver components that have been introduced to extend SAP R/3 capabilities. It explores how the various SAP systems can be configured to fit your business needs and budget. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades offered in SAP ERP 6.0, particularly the evolution of the R/3 architecture to web services, or Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

For an optimal experience please check the minimum computer system requirements.

This online course forms part of the SkillsNet short course suite.

Please note this course is only available to CPA Australia members.

Learning objectives

  • Match components of the SAP R/3 application layer with their functions
  • Determine which SAP R/3 configuration is most appropriate in a given scenario
  • Determine which components are applicable at different layers of the client/server architecture, in a given scenario
  • Associate the components of work processes with their functions
  • Recognise how work processes function in SAP R/3
  • Determine the SAP R/3 system landscape and its associated R/3 instances in a given scenario
  • Determine which NetWeaver configuration will meet given business needs
  • Identify which NetWeaver components will address given business needs
  • Define an SAP landscape for a given scenario

Audience

Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

90 Minutes

365 Days

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