Justin Valley details how to have multiple SAP sessions and how to navigate from within transactions in the SAP GUI.
- [Instructor] Oftentimes, you're going…to want to do multiple things in SAP at once.…Now we're going to look at how to use multiple sessions…and navigate from within transactions in the SAP GUI.…You can actually have up to six sessions open at once.…To open a new session from the SAP Easy Access screen,…go to the three lines in the top-left corner,…click and select New GUI Window from the drop-down menu.…We've now opened a second session.…Once you're in a transition, transaction code…navigation changes a little bit.…
I'm going to enter into display material…with T-code MM03.…Maybe I realized I need to display a purchase order…instead of displaying a material.…The T-code for displaying a purchase order is ME23N.…If I try to enter that before going…back to the SAP Easy Access screen,…I'll get an error to fill out all required entry fields.…There are two important codes to remember…in this situation.…The first is /N.…When I type forward-slash and N,…and then the new transaction code…immediately after and press Enter,…
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- Exploring the different SAP modules
- SAP security roles
- 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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