SAP – Netweaver Course Content


The SAP NetWeaver introduces SAP’s own environment for developing Java-based, multiple-layered business applications. It is marketed as a service-oriented application and integration platform and it provides the development and runtime environment for SAP applications and can be used for custom development and integration with other applications and systems.

Training Objectives of Netweaver:

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Architecture (SAP NetWeaver AS) is presented in detail. SAP NetWeaver AS is the central component of the SAP NetWeaver application platform. SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (CE) is a platform that enables us to building and running applications on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles.

Target Students / Prerequisites:

Prerequisites for the Student who should attended the training modules on SAP NetWeaver Should have Complete Awareness Overview or be otherwise familiar with the SAP NetWeaver components and their functionality on Application level. In addition you should learn about the Possible risks and controls involved in SAP NetWeaver PI’s application security. Students have background on IT, Operating System and Database Connectivity.


  • NetWeaver Architecture
  • Installation

Session 1

  • Portal User Experience
  • Navigation
  • Personalization
  • Portal Administration
  • Concept Reality
  • Content Admin
  • User Admin
  • Users, Roles, Groups
  • Portal Content
  • Portal Content Directory (PCD)
  • iViews
  • Pages
  • Worksets
  • Roles
  • Users
  • Delta-links
  • GD*
  • Portal Runtime & Portal Apps
  • PRT Definition
  • Portal Components
  • PAR File Format
  • Deployment Descriptor
  • GD*
  • Portal Runtime & Portal Apps
  • Introduction to Portal API
  • Introduction to HTMLB
  • DynPage Model
  • Events
  • GD*

Session 3

  • DB Connectors
  • Configuring Connectors
  • GD*
  • Visual Composer
  • GD*
  • Webservices overview for VC
  • Introduction to WebDynpro programming model.
  • GD*
  • WebDynpro Contexts.
  • Context Mapping V External & Internal.
  • GD*

Session 2

  • Portal Runtime & Portal Apps
  • Introduction to Beans
  • GD
  • JSPDynpage
  • HTMLB in JSP
  • P Forms
  • P Compilation
  • Element IDs
  • GD*
  • Portal Runtime & Portal Apps
  • Client Events
  • Eventing Framework V EPCF
  • Raising and Subscribing to events.
  • GD*
  • Server Events
  • GD*

Session 4

  • Configuring EP Gateway to connect to SAP.
  • Configuring SAP connectors.
  • Adaptive RFC.
  • GD*