Learning Guide

Basis Learning Guide


  This guide introduces you to Basis, explains best practices and pitfalls to avoid and provides troubleshooting help and advice. You'll find Basis articles, tutorials, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice and more to pump up your Basis know-how quickly. Drop me an e-mail to let me know what other learning guides you'd like to see on SearchSAP.com. Matt Danielsson , Editor.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Basis Quick Start
   Instances and transports
   Managing SAPGUI
   Authorization and roles
   Profiles and passwords
   Copies
   Patches and kernels
   Tables
   Printing and e-mail
   Transactions and codes
   OSS notes
   Archiving
   Basis certification
   Basis texts
 

Basis is a set of middleware programs and tools from SAP, the German company whose comprehensive R/3 product is used to help manage large corporations, that provides the underlying base (thus the name) that enables applications (such as FI, CO, and SD, for example) to be seamlessly interoperable and portable across operating systems and database products. R/3 Basis includes client/server architecture and configuration, a relational database management system (RDBMS), and a graphical user interface (GUI).
 

 

  Basis Quick Start  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Instances and transports  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Managing SAPGUI  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Authorizations  Return to Table of Contents

 

  User profiles and passwords  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Copies  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Patches  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Tables  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Print and e-mail  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Transactions and codes  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  OSS notes  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Archiving  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

  Basis Certification  Return to Table of Contents

 

  Texts  Return to Table of Contents

 

  More Learning Guides  Return to Table of Contents

 

 

This was first published in June 2004

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