A Beginner's Guide to Debugging in SAP

A Beginner's Guide to Debugging in SAP

Being able to read, understand and debug SAP ABAP code is a critical skill set for anyone working with SAP. Today's companies are expecting their SAP consultants to be able to quickly resolve issues, and the key to this is to be able to debug ABAP. You could use your time to learn to code ABAP, or you can just learn to debug it! 

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Course Goal

  • Learn to identify and debug SAP ABAP code bugs - by yourself without developer assistance
  • Learn some fixes to apply to debugged ABAP code without having to learn how to program in ABAP
  • Understand how to produce better SAP solutions, based on your understanding of ABAP code

Who This Training Is For

  • All SAP professionals
  • Consultants
  • Developers
  • End users
  • IT/Business analysts
  • Project team members
  • System Administrators
  • Project Managers


  • Certificate of Completion (more certification info)
  • Upon successful completion of this course, receive your A Beginner's Guide to Debugging in SAP certificate


Abdul Maulud

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Abdul Maulud

SAP Solution Architect

Abdul is a SAP Solution Architect with over 20 years of industrial and SAP experience working in the Logistic Supply Chain Management (SCM) consulting space. During this time, he has been a consultant, developer, Team Lead, Solution Architect and SAP team, both in SAP R/3 and SAP S/4 HANA. In this time, he has built End to End SAP solutions encompassing SAP modules such as Sales (SD, Global Trade Services, ATP and aATP) Logistics & Distribution (deliveries, IM, Extended Warehouse Management) and Transportation (SAP Shipping, SAP Transport Management, Ortec and I2 Loadbuilder) covering industries such as Consumer Goods (P&G), Life Sciences (J&J and AZ), Manufacturing (Caterpillar, OI) and Consulting (Accenture, Wipro, etc). He is currently helping businesses deliver value in their supply chain by process optimisation, and implementing SAP "Best Practice" within the context of their industry using the appropriate SAP solution. He believes that business context is important, which is why each course also includes a business introduction. This is important as it allows students to understand the context of why a given solution is to be developed. He is always learning new things and loves sharing his knowledge.

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Language: English
Level: Beginner
Duration: 4.5 hours
Type:  Instructor-led
Releases: ECC 6.0
Enterprise Software
Category: Development

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