Justin Valley reviews common icons, buttons, and messages in the SAP ERP.
- [Narrator] There are some very common icons,…buttons, and messages that come up when using SAP.…Let's take a look at some of them.…I'm going to enter into transaction to change a material.…The tcode for this is mm02.…(keyboard clicking)…I have two fields available in this transaction,…material and change number.…The red asterisk next to the material field means that…it's required.…When I try to hit continue without a valid material number…we get an error message in the footer bar.…
The error message says fill out all required entry fields.…I'll now fill out a material number and press continue.…(keyboard clicking)…This brings up a list of views to select.…Each view has a check box.…Check boxes are used when the system…allows multiple choices.…Check box screens also include select all,…and deselect all buttons.…I'm going to select Basic Data 1 and Basic Data 2.…
The green check mark is the continue button.…When you see this button you can also press enter…on your keyboard to continue.…We've now entered the change material transaction.…
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- Exploring the different SAP modules
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- Menu tree and transaction code navigation
- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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