Dear knowledge distributers,


We knew help.sap will help us a lot, like the way sap help F1 will help in from many perspectives. We can use it as basic help, meta data repository, web offline search engine, information explorer etc..

Let’s try some ways

[F1 is very much useful in all modules, Published here since I am in to business warehouse and many below screens also from BW]

As an initial start of any sap window, press F1 at our t-code entry part, we will see all the options /n, /o, /*etc and their usage as well

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If we want to see all our development part at a glance in web, press F1 by selecting info object catalog. Here you need to select origin properly, we will see search enabled menu and links for all the objects

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We can use this as a meta data repository that too in explorer

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If we need help regarding routine part with example, we will find with examples using direct button ‘Routines Info‘ on functional menu bar.

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Sometimes we may need special help for columns ex: what is the need of selecting field-only when we are customizing or performing enhancements

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We will see many greyed out cells separately in many t-codes, but we need summary regarding separations; always  same one that is F1 – press it, it will give documentation.

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We can maintain customized documentation also using documentation tab in RSA1. We will have many help items in all the levels and it will give us clarifications as well. Even you knew the concept; F1 will provide clarification on that concept.


If we continue to explore like this about F1, It will have many other ways and features…proceed towards it 🙂 .

So I suggest all to reach sap help before reaching for others help.

Thank you to SCN for gave me chance to blog and to the people for visiting the blog.

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  1. Suman Chakravarthy K

    Hi Kumar,

    You have picked up a peculiar topic to make a blog 😉 This is very useful in our day to day work while using the different features in our SAP screens. Many people may not press F1, instead they search in help.sap or google. But F1 help gives us info instantly. I use F1 a lot.

    Your blog will definitely create awareness of this wonderful F1 help in SAP.

    Regards,

    Suman

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  2. Anshu Lilhori

    Hi Kumar,

    You have hit the dart right on the target.With just one press you can get lot of useful information which of course most of us are not aware.Rather we tend to ignore simple ways and always choose the other one.

    Anyways thanks for sharing this wonderful information.

    Regards,

    AL

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  3. Mohammed Naveed

    Hi Kumar,

    You really have come up with something that is truely global in SAP world and not restricted to one module or area.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Regards,

    Mohammed.

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    1. Kumar S Post author

      Hi Mohammed,

      yes, F1 is a global thing helpful for all SAP modules and it will give quick help to the developers in many ways. I found many ways and blogged.

      Thank you for your comments – Kumar

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    1. Kumar S Post author

      Hi Prabhith,

      Grate to hear from you. People can learn much useful content about BW7.3 from you. Thank you for your comments and have a nice scn participation.

      Regards – Kumar

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  4. mohan c

    Hi Kumar,

    Thank you for providing useful information to get particular related information through  F1 help.

    ——–

    Mohan

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  5. Aparajit Banik

    Superb Kumar…
    As Shuman, Anshu, Rama has already described, from my side  too its an exclusive piece of  a blog as its a typical area we are aware in our sub consiciuos mind but dont think to blog out on the same.

    Thank you so much for writing this blog and sharing with us… 🙂 🙂
    Regards, Aparajit

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