SAP Portal Development using ABAP Training (WNAPDA-v095)

SAP Portal Development using ABAP Training (WNAPDA-v095)

Introduction:

SAP Portal Development using ABAP Training (WNAPDA-v095)Course Hands-on

Skilled Gained:

-Create sophisticated user interfaces using ABAP
-Using these User Interfaces to create Enterprise Portal iViews
-Show an End to End perspective on creating EP content using ABAP
-Show that ABAP can be used instead of Java for many applications

SAP Portal Development using ABAP Training (WNAPDA-v095)Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Essential -ABAP Workbench (BC400)

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

● Developers of applications based on ABAP -Software Architects -Developers transitioning to ABAP

Course Content:

Big Picture -Explaining Business Motivations for Portals
Describing SAP NetWeaver
Explaining the Basics of SAP Enterprise Portal
The End User's Perspective
Logging On and Navigating in SAP Enterprise Portal
Personalizing SAP Enterprise Portal
Technical Infrastructure
Determining System Requirements
Outlining SAP Enterprise Portal's Architecture
Portal Platform Content
Explaining the Object Model for Portal Catalog
Managing iViews
Managing Portal Pages -Managing Worksets and Portal Roles
Explaining Business Packages
Outlining Portal Content Development Tools
System architecture of the SAP NetWeaver Application Server
Process of an HTTP request/response cycle
Components of a BSP application and a BSP
Create BSP applications and BSPs
Introduction to Web Dynpro
Outlining Web Dynpro Benefits
Explaining Web Dynpro Architecture
Navigating between Views
Using View Assemblies
Explaining Web Dynpro Architecture and Relationships between Entities
Web Dynpro Controllers
Exlpaining Web Dynpro Controllers *Web Dynpro Context
Defining the Context
Setting Context Node Properties
Context Mapping *Web Dynpro User Interface
Defining the View Layout
Data Binding and Controlling UI Element Behavior
Using Composite UI Elements
Using Static Context Menus
Overview of the SAP Fiori solution
Introduction to SAP Fiori Apps (Manager & Employee)
SAP UX strategy relating to SAP Fiori
SAP Fiori architectures and technology (App types, Architecture structure/details, hardware & software requirements)
Role of SAP SAPUI5
Basics of SAP NetWeaver Gateway OData Services
Configuration overview
Transactional, Fact Sheets, Analytical & Launchpad
Launchpad overview and functions
Overview of the Enhancement Concept
Pre Exits, Post Exits and Method Overwrites
All possible Enhancement Changes to SAP Standard Web DynPro
Changes to layout and events
Defining CHIPs
Using Side Panels with Chip
Portal Eventing using ABAP
Portal Client Data Bag using ABAP
Portal Navigation using ABAP
WorkProtect using ABAP

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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