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SAP Community Calls list 2016

Please join the SAP Community Calls, where SAP Mentors and teams from SAP share their expertise and knowledge on a range of subjects.

Calls are schedule @ 1pm PST/10pm CET/4pm EST please use the Dial-In Info

We pride ourselves in having the most engaging webinars around. A typical SAP Community Calls is 20 max 30 minutes of presentations, often already enhanced by the probing questions from the audience. Most of the rest of the hour is spend on Q&A with the last 5 minutes kept for a look ahead on what is in store in the coming weeks. Not to be missed.

Date & Time Title & Link to Replay Agenda Presenters
5 Dec (1pm PST; 10pm CET)

ABAP troubleshooting

Replay: Dec 5 ABAP

  1. Intro and overview
  2. How to collect and display traces of specific user or task, work process, a transaction or program.
  3. Tips on scheduling traces
  4. Discussion of common issues.

Notes: ABAP Troubleshooting

Marco Monteiro – SAP Senior Support Engineer
26 Oct (8am PST; 5pm CET)

Getting Ready for SAP TechEd Barcelona

Replay: Oct 26 TE BCN

Highlights for TE Barcelona attendees. Tips, Tricks and reminders from SAP TechEd veterans on how to get the most out of SAP TechEd, and survive! SAP Mentors and SAP TechEd veterans
26 Sept 1pm PST; 10pm CET

If YaaS is the question, this is the answer.


Replay: Sept 26 YaaS

An entrance conversation and Q&A into YaaS, CaaS, and the next generation microservice platform that is being created from the ground up. A discussion into what’s available, the architecture and why this multi-tenant microservice platform and market is being created.

Greg Hergert, YaaS Domain Architect


Jimmy Liddar, YaaS Global Community and Engagement Lead

12th Sept 1pm PST; 10pm  CET

Getting Ready for SAP TechEd


Replay: SAP Community Calls_13 Sept 13

Tips, Tricks and reminders from SAP TechEd veterans on how to get the most out of SAP TechEd, and survive! – notes: SAP Mentors Getting Ready for #SAPTechEd SAP Mentors and SAP TechEd veterans
18th July 1pm PST; 10pm CET

How SAP Mentors are chosen?





How are SAP Mentors Chosen – Question & Answer

Join the SAP Mentors Advisory Board, as they walk you through the mentor-nomination process, and reveal what they look for in selecting SAP Mentors. SAP Mentors Advisory Board members
11th July 1pm PST; 10pm CET

Innovation Center Network & Machine Learning



  1. Intro: SAP Innovation Center Network
  2. Machine Learning
  3. Q&A, discussion

Notes: SAP Community Call SAP Mentor Webcast – Innovation Center Network & Machine Learning

Christian Boos – SAP VP and Head of Business Development for Machine Learning Incubation


Upen Barve – SAP Head of ICN Customer Office

27th June 1pm PST; 10pm CET ASUG Annual Conference / SAPPHIRENOW Recap from Mentors

SAP Mentors who attended ASUG & SAPPHIRE 2016 conference share what they learned and what they think about various SAP topics such as Product Support, HANA, Analytics, User Experience, and more.

SAPPHIRENOW SAP Mentor Debrief Webcast Update

SAP Mentors – Topic Leads
13th June 10pm CET

SCN Reputation Program Reloaded



Learn about what will be changing with SCN’s Reputation and Gamification Program, and get a chance to ask questions directly to SCN’s community managers and Reputation program experts. Audrey Stevenson – SCN Reputation and Gamification Lead
25th April 10pm CET Easy Notes
Quick and easy SAP Notes testing Setu Jha – Senior Support Engineer
28th March 10pm CET

Automated Notes Search Tools: A New Approach to Trouble Shooting



ANST is a versatile tool that helps narrow down the root cause of a functional issue or a dump. Apart from context based  Note search capabilities, ANST also detects customer code and customizing tables during the replication of the issue leading to much faster resolution Carlos Martinez Escribano, Support Architect

29th February 2016, 7pm CET


Every Time Zone: compare time zones and the best time to meet with one click

The Key User Extensibility
Tools of
Replay: MM Feb 29

For S/4HANA, customers expect a simplified and modification free extensibility in the cloud edition and in the on-premise.

In the first part of the session we provide a positioning of the different extensibility options for S/4HANA, including SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) and the ABAP-based in-app extensibility options.

In the remainder of the session, we provide a deeper insight into the new Fiori-based extensibility tools of S/4HANA (“key user extensibility”). We will guide you through the end-to-end process, including the technology behind the scenes, show the features, e.g. add new fields, make them available in the UI, Gateway OData Services, CDS Views.

We explain how to add business logic (BadI implementations) with the integrated Fiori-based applications and new CDS views for analytical UIs


See also: The Key User Extensibility Tools of S/4 HANA

  • Thomas Schneider SAP SE
  • Georg Wilhelm (SAP SE)
  • Host: SAP Mentor
    Peter Langner (


SAP Mentor Monday Webinars 2015

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      Author's profile photo Marcus Wolffson
      Marcus Wolffson

      Hi Peter,

      thank you for the invitation to this interesting webinar. A collegue of mine is very keen watching it, but is not sure, if she can make it at the scheduled time. So our question is, if there will be a recording for later use?

      Best regards,


      Author's profile photo William Laverde
      William Laverde

      HI Marcus,

      The mentor Monday calls are recorded and you can listen to the recording by clicking on the   replay link on the table above

      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      4 pm EST is 6 am in Sydney, Australia. I'm wondering of there could be (at least occasionally) the calls on a more APJ-friendly schedule? Not sure there is a lot of interest, but it's likely a large percentage of the SCN members resides in that region and are not able to attend these calls.

      Thank you.

      Author's profile photo William Laverde
      William Laverde

      Hi Jelena,

      That is a good idea. We will see how to best do this.

      Author's profile photo Jason Cao
      Jason Cao

      I know July and August are usually slow months because of vacations and what not. This is an opportunity to request and suggest topics (all sessions are recorded for those coming back from vacation to review 😉 ). So feel free to use this Comments section to request and suggest topics for upcoming calls. I also know the community is still learning and sharing knowledge throughout the year.


      Author's profile photo Joachim Rees
      Joachim Rees

      The list for 2017 is here: