I recently wrote a ‘first impressions’ piece on the SAP Conversational AI chatbot platform. As part of my research, I created a basic implementation of the SAP CAI chatbot on my website. I’ve been learning quite a bit and wanted to share some information on what I have accomplished.Continue reading “Website Update: Chatbot”
Create an intelligent, chat-based interface and integrating it with your SAP backend to collect and serve information to any user? This would have sounded like science fiction a few years ago, but this is the promise of SAP Conversational AI. Read on for my first impressions.Continue reading “SAP Conversational AI: First Impressions”
I’m currently in the midst of two SAP S/4 Hana projects — one conversion from ECC 6, and one implementation. Both projects have given me ample exposure to SAP’s S/4 Hana system and the new Fiori front end. Is the newly polished SAP Fiori 2.0 interface ready for prime time? Read on for my first impressions.
Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to spend some time with SAP Screen Personas 2.0, a web-based alternative to SAP GUI offering some powerful tools to beautify and enhance classic SAP screens. This post is dedicated to sharing some impressions of the tool. Read on to learn more.
A colleague brought this to my attention recently as we were brain storming solutions for a customer request. I had assumed that a programmer would be required when asked to change the tab sequence on a custom screen that we had previously created. I was wrong. The SAP GUI Tab Order can be changed! Continue reading “SAP Gui Tab Order”
Even though alternative — and much better looking — UI’s exist for SAP, such as Netweaver Business Client, portal, and mobility, for most SAP users, SAP Gui is a way of life. But that doesn’t mean that you have to live with its stagnant, isolated functionality. SAP SCN contributor Joan Mas provides some steps on how to use GuiXT to expand on functionality available in the boring, old SAP Gui.
One of the constant struggles for SAP users and consultants alike is the attempt to recollect transaction codes and table names that are infrequently used. Having a reliable list at your fingertips has proven to be helpful in those times of need. That concept inspired me to compile and publish a couple of ‘quick user guides’ that can be used for that purpose. I submit for your approval the first draft of a user-oriented guide: SAP Sales and Distribution – Quick Reference Guide for the User.
In the next installment of my SAP Tips and Tricks series, I will explore some additional user interface features that you can use to be a more efficient SAP user. You may also want to check out Part 1 in the series. Continue reading to find out more.
One thing that clients repeatedly ask for are time-saving tips and shortcuts that they can use while navigating SAP using SAP GUI. A few years ago, I started a collection of exactly that. I would like to share them here in a series called ‘SAP Tips and Tricks’.