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customizing is easy in sap? what is mean? plz tell

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:30 AM

    I suppose this means that we can dezine the Dialogs accordind to our company requiremnments & also reports can be easily customised accr to our company req.

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    • Hi Vibhuti,

      In Sap we have a many inbuilt function modules and other objects using which we can obtain the required output. A code which could be very big could be done in just two lines using these SAP objects or in some cases the reverse also might be true.

      The solution lies in exploring the resources available so that you can code better and in an efficient manner.

      Best of Luck.

      Regards,

      Jose

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:34 AM

    actually customizing in SAP is anything but NOT easy.

    the steps of cutomizing itself are easy yes, but to know where you need to customize and what things you can customize is a BIG subject.

    Customizing means to steer the behaviour of certain SAP applications by configuring the so called customizing tables.

    e.G. you can customize which form is assigned to a certain message type, or which psoition texts are behind a invoice position.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:45 AM

    hi srinath..

    SAP- System and Application and Product.

    It is not easy..

    If u can understand in SAP then U can get easy or not...

    SAP is more than 80 different modules. goto google website type as sap.....

    U can learn it.. U can get any idea...

    Warm Regards,

    s.suresh.

    reward if useful..

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