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SAP Basis is system administration platform for SAP environment. Its purpose is to make sure that all SAP systems in the Landscape are up & running smoothly and consistently.

Few SAP Basis Roles includes:

  • Making sure that all users have the proper access rights and can use the functions they need quickly;
  • Installing and configuring all SAP systems and applications;
  • Backing up and restoring data;
  • Tuning performance and troubleshooting problems;
  • Running & Managing batch jobs;

Configuring SAP’s transport Management system & Many more…..


SAP Basis is the roots of SAP WEBAS (web application server) and SAP NetWeaver. The original Basis release included the foundation for the ABAP application server. SAP Basis evolved into the WEB Application Server by adding built-in Web and Java capabilities. SAP WEBAS then evolved into the SAP Netweaver Platform. This solution included the previous SAP Basis and web capabilities and added a number of additional functionality.

The additional functions provide an integrated set of foundational tools and specific usage types.

For e.g.: Portal, Business Intelligence, Process Integration (PI/XI), etc.

Solutions like ERP that are built on SAP NetWeaver consume the common functionality to provide a consistent experience between SAP solutions;

(e.g.: Universal Work list and Workflow functionality).

The follow list provides an overview of the SAP NetWeaver Application Platform:

  • SAP NetWeaver AS 7.0
  • Clear separation
  • Presentation Layer
  • Business Layer
  • Integration Layer
  • User Interface Programming
  • Dynpro
  • Web Dynpro for Java
  • Web Dynpro for ABAP
  • BSP (Business Server Pages)
  • JSP (Java Server Pages)
  • Shared facilities
  • Connectivity (Internet Communication Manager)
  • Common Integration execution (Integration Engine)
  • Shared benefits
  • Platform independence
  • Scalability and high availability

Course content:

Introduction to SAP

  1. What is ERP
  2. Advantages of SAP ERP
  3. Different SAP Products


 Role of Basis consultant in a support project and activities to be handled:

  1. SAP R/3 Architecture
  2. DATABASE Server
  3. Application Server
  4. Presentation server
  5. Types of work process (DVEBMGS)
  6. Work process Architecture
  7. Introduction to high availability & disaster recovery
  8. List of T-codes
  9. Dialpog work process overview
  10. Background job management
  11. Performance optimization
  12. Operation modes
  13. Additional application server
  14. System profile parameters
  15. System slow and connectivity issues
  16. How to start sap system and startup problems
  17. SAP file system
  18. Email configuration
  19. Introduction to RFC ( Remote Function Call )
  20. Types of RFC
  21. Practical on RFC Setups
  22. SAP application buffers
  23. Introduction to SAP memory
  24. Roll memory
  25. Extended memory
  26. Heap memory
  27. Shared memory
  28. Kernel upgrade
  29. Client administration
  30. Client architecture
  31. Types of client copies
  32. Transport management system
  33. What is TMS
  34. What is a transport route
  35.  What is transport layers
  36. Configuration TMS in a 3 system landscape
  37. Practical session on how to move the changes across the landscape
  38. Patch management
  39. Introduction to patch management
  40. OSS notes/KBA
  41. How to apply OSS Note/KBA’s
  42. How to apply patches
  43. Practical sessions on OSS Notes/Patches/Kernel


  1. User Administration
  2. Creation of users and its types
  3. Delete/lock/unlock and comparing users
  4. User level access problems and trouble shoot
  5. Role administration
  6. Creation of roles
  7. Adding T-codes and removing
  8. Object level restriction and ORG level
  9. Using security Tcodes (SU01, SU10, SUIM, PFCG and EXZ5 etc..)


  1. ASAP methodology
  2. Hardware sizing
  3. Product availability matrix (PAM)
  4. Download software from SAP
  5. Pre-installation activities
  6. Installation of SAP
  7. Post- installation activities
  8. Realization(build phase)
  9. Final Preparation
  10. Go- live
  11. Post Go-live support


  2. Oracle db architecture
  3. Background process
  4. Memory
  5. Control files, data files, redo files, archive files
  6. Backup planning and how to execute backup/restore
  7. DB2
  8. DB architecture
  9. Backup, restore and recovery
  10. dbb2 commands
  11. Db2 redirect restore
  12. Db2 upgrade
  13. SYBASE
  14. DB architecture
  15. Backup, restore and recovery
  16. Sybase commands
  17. Bd refresh on Sybase database
  18. HANA
  19. What is sap hana and why hana db is popular?
  20. In memory concept
  21. Different editions of sap hana
  22. Versions of sap hana
  23. HANA processes
  24. System startup processes
  25. Core database processes
  26. Sap hana auxiliary processes
  27. Further auxiliary processes
  28. Index server architecture
  29. Hana file system layout
  30. Installing an sap hana dataase
  31. Applying hana licenses
  32. Updating sap hana studion and uses
  33. Starting and stopping the databases from studio, command line ( os level)
  34. Starting and stopping of individual database processes
  35. Hana backup and recovery
  36. Db refresh on hana
  37. Linux commands for hana administration at OS level


  1. Introduction
  2. Solman 7.2 abap installation
  3. Solman 7.2 java installation
  4. SLD activation
  5. System preparation
  6. Infrastructure configuration
  7. Basic configuration
  8. Ewa reports configuration


HANA, SYBASE and DB2 databses with PRE and POST activities

SAP support portal (

  1. How to create incident to SAP
  2. Generating licenses for sap servers
  3. How to download software from SWMP







Different types of projects

  1. Implementation
  2. Production support
  3. Ticketing tool & scenarios
  4. Upgrades
  5. Version upgrade ( net weaver 740 to 750)
  6. Enhancement pack upgrade
  7. Support package stack upgrade
  8. Migration
  9. OS & DB Migration