Q.What is SAP?
- Actually SAP is the company founded in the year 1972 and its full form is systems, Applications, and products in data processing and it is a software package. The headquarter of the company is in Walldorf, Germany.
Q.SAP stands for?
- Sap Stands “System Application and products in data processing.”
Q. What are the basic components of SAP?
- There are many components to the logistic functions of SAP. The components included are :
- Sales and distribution (SD)
- Production planning (PP)
- Quality management(QM)
- Plant maintenance (PM)
- Warehouse management (WM)
- Customer service (CS)
- Material management (MM)
- Controlling (CO)
- Enterprise Controlling (EC)
Q. What is ERP?
- ERP stands for enterprise resource planning and it is a software which is computer based system to manage the resources of the company successfully. It is for increasing the efficiency of the business. Initially, ERP was mainly for planning and managing core business like production and financial market.
Q. What is a different type of ERP?
- BAAN, SAP, oracle financials, Siebel and PeopleSoft are the different types of ERP. And among all these most of the company’s implements or are trying to implement SAP because of its benefits and advantages over other ERP softwares.
Q. Why should you choose to implement SAP?
- There are many reasons and advantages which forces to use SAP as it is highly configurable, high secure data saving, maximum data consistency, minimum data redundancy and you can capitalize on economics of sales such as purchasing tight integration-cross function.
Q. What is SAP ABAP?
- ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming and it is high level of programming language. It is currently positioned for SAP’S web application server part of its Net Weaver platform and it’s for building business applications. Its syntax is somewhat similar to COBOL.
Q. What do you mean by an ABAP data dictionary?
- ABAP data dictionary is use to describe the logical structures of the objects used in application development and shows how they are mapped to the underlying relational database in tables/views.
Q. What is the main difference between pool tables and transparent tables?
- Transparent tables:
transparent tables have one to one relation with tables in data bases. Its structure match up to single data base field.
- Pooled tables:
Pooled tables have many to one relation with tables in data bases. Pooled tables are stored at database level.
Q. What is the main difference between OLAP and DATA MINING?
OLAP stands for Online Analytical Processing and its reporting tool which helps us to understand your database schema, dimensions and composition facts.
- Data Mining:
it is an analytical process to investigate the data in search of consistence patterns or systematic relationship between variables.
Q. What are the three stages of data mining?
The three stages of data mining are
- Model building
- Initial exploration
Q. What’s the difference between template and table?
- The main difference between template and table is that table is is a dynamic and template is a static.
Q. What is IDES?
- IDES stands for International Demonstration and Education System. It is the sample application provided for fast implementing and learning.
What is SAP R/3?
- SAP R/3 is a third generation set of highly integrated software modules that perform common business functions.
What are variables?
- Variables are parameters of a query that are set in the parameters query definition and are not filled with values until the values are entered in to the books.
What are the different types of variables?
- There are various variables used in different applications.
VARIABLE TYPE (VAR TYP)
- Characteristics values
- Replacement Path
- Processing Types
- Hierarchy nodes
- User entry/default type
Why should we invest SAP in our Business Network?
- Our wide business is interconnected Networks are the best-in-class cloud storage applications which connect a universal ecosystem of clients, supplier, share broker, partners. The products and services elaborate to the outside of four walls of a business to join together and connect systems, services, and – making more reliable, more powerful, and long distance in same ways to handle business key functions. SAP offers the appropriate output and experiences business users necessary through open and connected platforms.