Enable Paperless Requests with MSS and R/3's Internal Service Request

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    Cloud Powers Q3 Success for SAP

    On October 21st, SAP made their official third quarter results announcement in which total revenue increased by 5% and cloud revenue increased by 20% allowing SAP to raise their guidance slightly for the full-year. This included adding 300 customers for RISE with SAP and a total of 500 SAP S/4HANA customers.... This content is available…
  2. Enable Paperless Requests with MSS and R/3’s Internal Service Request

    Manager Self-Service (MSS) is delivered with Web forms that allow users to request services such as master data change requests from central departments. These HTML forms are built with SAP’s Internal Service Request (ISR) functionality. Manager Self-Service (MSS) is delivered with Web forms that allow users to request services such as master data change requests…...…
  3. When and How to Develop Custom Functions and Operations

    SAP’s standard functions and operations provide functionality to solve most time and payroll calculations. But in some cases they don’t, and that is when you can develop custom functions and operations for both payroll and time management. The author introduces you to the basics, including how to design, code, and use them. SAP’s standard functions…...…
  4. What You’re Missing Without Custom HR ABAP Object Technology

    SAP’s ABAP Objects promise faster development times and reduced maintenance costs, yet they have failed to catch on for custom HR software development. For various reasons, HR support teams are depriving their companies of the full potential of their SAP HR implementations. The author shows how this technology can provide HR analysts with expanded report…...…
  5. Manager Self-Service Now Allows Enhancements Without Programming

    Manager Self-Service (MSS), which was first delivered in 2002, has been enhanced in Release 50.2. Now companies can create their own display of R/3 information in SAP Enterprise Portal without the need for programming expertise. What used to take from two days to two weeks to develop, depending on the amount of data, now can…...…
  6. Harness the Power of Evaluation Paths to Make Large-Scale Changes to PD Objects

    Imagine you’ve been asked to make large-scale changes to Personnel Development (PD) objects in R/3. As part of a restructuring, your boss needs you to change the object validity ending date for all 2,000 positions that are related to a specific organizational unit and its subordinate units. The author explains how the use of evaluation…...…
  7. Manage Documents with More Efficiency and Less Effort Using the SAP Business Document Service and SAP Desktop Office Integration

    Making it easy to store and access documents in a coordinated and centralized way delivers very real rewards for your organization. While you can create a homegrown solution or purchase an off-the-shelf product for this purpose, if you are running SAP Release 4.6A or higher you already have a robust and flexible document management solution…...…
  8. Developing Java Services for the SAP Business Connector

    The SAP Business Connector (SBC) is a great tool for XML-enabling ABAP-based SAP components like R/3. It uses a service-based architecture and delivers many ready-to-use services. Customers can also easily build services — either flow services using SBC’s graphical design environment or Java services by writing Java code. While much can be accomplished with both,…...…
  9. Understanding and Optimizing Your ALE Data Distribution: Controlling ALE Processing

    Application Link Enabling (ALE) is the standard SAP tool of choice for linking an SAP system to another SAP system, to an application integration system like SAP XI, or to any subsystems, and for distributing data across such systems. However, it is all too easy for such distributions to cause reduced system availability and poor…...…
  10. What You Need to Know About Textbook vs. SAP R/3 Activity-Based Costing

    The case for Activity-Based Costing (ABC) goes something like this: Traditional accounting methods do a good job of calculating product costs for the purposes of inventory valuation for financial statements, but a poor job of allowing a cost accountant to validate the cause-and-effect relationship assumptions on which managers base their daily decisions. The case for…...…