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New Introduction to SAP Screen Personas openSAP course

With the release of four new service packs, we have decided to update our openSAP course on SAP Screen Personas. The “Introduction to SAP Screen Personas” course starts on February 22, 2017. You can register at https://open.sap.com/courses/sps2

 

This is the first part of the new training we are offering in 2017. It is a self-paced, online class that you complete on your own schedule. The 3-week Introduction to SAP Screen Personas course covers:

 

Week.Unit Topic
Week 1 Basics
1.1 Introducing SAP Screen Personas
1.2 Touring the Product
1.3 Simplifying Business Processes
1.4 Building a Dashboard
1.5 Merging Tabs
Week 2 Simplifying SAP ERP Screens
2.1 Using Themes
2.2 Working with Tables
2.3 Building a Simple Script
2.4 Using Events
2.5 Simplifying Web Dynpro ABAP Applications
Week 3 Accelerating Flavor Development
3.1 Design Thinking
3.2 Accelerating Development with the Flavor Gallery
3.3 Using SAP Screen Personas with the Belize Theme
3.4 Running Flavors in SAP GUI
3.5 Finding More Information and What’s Next?

 

Later in the year (planned for September 2017), we will offer a 5-week advanced course that covers:

  • Week 1: Beyond the Basics
  • Week 2: Intermediate Scripting
  • Week 3: Building a Consistent Experience
  • Week 4: Roll Out and Administration
  • Week 5: Best Practices

 

Please join us and start or accelerate your SAP Screen Personas journey. Register now for the openSAP course Introduction to SAP Screen Personas. https://open.sap.com/courses/sps2

 

For the SAP Screen Personas product team, Peter Spielvogel.

 

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      Author's profile photo Jordan Boen
      Jordan Boen

      Hello,
      If I purchase a "Course Reactivation" token for this course, would I have access to the online test environment they provided for training? Currently, it is locked, but I didn't know if buying the course would "unlock" it. There's really no point buying this course if I can't access the test systems.
      Thanks

      Author's profile photo Peter Spielvogel
      Peter Spielvogel
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Jordan,

      We will reopen the test system so you can do the exercises. I agree that the real value of the course is doing the exercises to reinforce the learning.

      We cannot make any uptime guarantees as we will make updates the system as needed, such as preparing it for the advanced class planned for fall 2017. Also, some of our updates may result in differences between the lecture content and what you see in the test system.

      Regards,
      Peter

      Author's profile photo Tamas Hoznek
      Tamas Hoznek

      Hi Jordan,

       

      The system is now open again for new user registrations, so you can go ahead. Keep in mind though what Peter mentioned regarding uptime and possible interruptions as we are working with this system to prepare for the next openSAP class.

       

      Regards,

      Tamas.

      Author's profile photo Ranjit Daniel
      Ranjit Daniel

      Hi Peter

      I have just started the Introduction to SAP Screen Personas course on openSAP. I noticed that the training system provided in the course does not match up to what is demo'd in the videos and I am finding it quite a challenge to learn and practise.

      Is there another system that I can use that matches with the videos in the course?

      Please advise.

      Thanks

      Ranjit.

      Author's profile photo Peter Spielvogel
      Peter Spielvogel
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Ranjit,

      We recorded the course on around SP06 and now we are on SP13. We have made many product improvements since then, including several that affect the menu structure. The core functionality is similar, it's just a matter of finding where the features are located in the menu.

      You will find a smaller gap in the advanced course, so perhaps you can watch the intro course and then follow along with the hands-on exercises in the advanced course. There will also be some gaps between what the course shows and the product, but the difference will be smaller.

      Regards,
      Peter

      Author's profile photo Ranjit Daniel
      Ranjit Daniel

      Thanks Peter