SAP ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages (4GLs) first developed in the 1980s. It was originally the report language for SAP R/2, a platform that enabled large corporations to build mainframe business applications for materials management and financial and management accounting.

SAP ABAP Training

No Experience Required, Basic knowledge of Graphical User Interface(GUIs), such as Microsoft Windows Internet connection at home for Online training

SAP ABAP Help: Course Goals

This SAP ABAP course is designed for beginners and application consultants with appropriate IT know-how.

Participants will learn about the SAP ABAP programming language, and will learn how to use the SAP ABAP Workbench tools to develop their own business applications and to enhance the standard SAP software to meet specific customer requirements. This course also covers: the advantages of the client/server architecture for programming; performance issues; procedures and special features of development projects.

Course Content :

Everthing in SAP ABAP is covered, if you are curious to know, read on

  • III tier architecture
  • Data types and Data objects
  • Introduction to ABAP programming
  • ABAP Workbench Basics
  • ABAP Workbench
  • ABAP Dictionary
  • Internal Tables
  • Extracting data from database tables to internal tables
  • ABAP Development Projects
  • Advanced Programming in ABAP Development Workbench
  • Modularization Techniques
  • Techniques of List Processing
  • Developing Complex reports
  • Developing Interactive reports
  • ALV Reports
  • Module Pool Programming
  • Transaction Programming
  • SAP Scripts / smartforms
  • BDC
  • Using SPA/GPA
  • Database Updates
  • Enhancements and Modifications
  • Interfaces for Data Transfer
  • User Exits, BADIs

benefits with us:

  • Real Time / Live Projects
  • Lab facilities
  • Employment oriented curriculum
  • Small size batch
  • Unlimited lab timings




"The SAP ABAP training was really healpfull i got job easily after learning here ima always thankful to for good training." – Criss (SAP ABAP)