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May 24, 2015

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  • 1. GETTING STARTED: USING SAPSUBJECT: SAP SYSTEM LOGGINGDURATION: 5 MIN.

2. SAP System LoggingTable of Contents1 DESKTOP................................................................................................12 SAP LOGON 720....................................................................................23 SAP.....................................................................................................44 SAP.....................................................................................................65 SAP EASY ACCESS.................................................................................76 LOG OFF................................................................................................87 SAP EASY ACCESS.................................................................................98 LOG OFF..............................................................................................109 SAP EASY ACCESS...............................................................................1110 LOG OFF............................................................................................12II 3. SAP System Logging1 DesktopYou start the SAP system by selecting the SAP Logon icon on your desktop. Double-clickthe SAP Logon () list item. 1 4. SAP System Logging2 SAP Logon 720Choose the system you want to log on. Click the (). 2 5. SAP System LoggingClick the Log On ( ) button. 3 6. SAP System Logging3 SAP Client means a self-contained unit in an SAP system with separate master records and its own set of tables.Enter 100 into the Client field. Enter your user ID.Enter user1 into the User field. Enter your password or the initial password provided by your system administrator.Enter Pass123 into the Password field. To display screens, menus, and fields in another language, enter the language key.Enter en into the Language field. Click the Enter ( ) button.4 7. SAP System Logging If you are logging on for the first time, the system automatically displays the New password dialog box. You must change your initial password.Enter Newpass1 into the New Password field. Enter Newpass1 into the Repeat Password field. Click the Transfer ( ) button. 5 8. SAP System Logging4 SAP If you have successfully changed your password, the Copyright dialog box will appear.Click the Continue ( ) button. 6 9. SAP System Logging5 SAP Easy AccessAfter finishing your activities, you can log off from an SAP system from any screen byperforming one of the following: If you have only one session running, choose the pushbutton at the upper right corner of the screen.Click the ( ) .7 10. SAP System Logging6 Log Off If you are not certain that you have saved all of your data and you do not want to log off, choose No to return to the screen in which you were working, otherwise, choose Yes.To show another ways, how to log off Click the () button. 8 11. SAP System Logging7 SAP Easy AccessThe second choice - from the application bar Click the Log off ( ) button. 9 12. SAP System Logging8 Log OffIf you are not certain that you have saved all of your data and you do not want to log off,choose No to return to the screen in which you were working, otherwise, choose Yes.To show another ways, how to log offClick the () button.10 13. SAP System Logging9 SAP Easy AccessFrom the menu bar, Click the System ( ) menu item.Click the Log off ( ) menu item.11 14. SAP System Logging10 Log Off If you are not certain that you have saved all of your data and you do not want to log off, choose No to return to the screen in which you were working, otherwise, choose Yes.Click the Yes () button. 12