Everyone, who launched macro connecting SAP for the first time, have encountered this. Those 2 pop ups are destroying the idea of automation. You can’t record them and don’t know how to avoid them. In this article I’m going to present how to turn off SAP scripting pop ups.Continue reading “How to get rid of SAP scripting pop ups?”
Mistakes happen. There is always a possibility to type wrong your credentials. Also SAP from time to time ask You to change the password, so that already written in code will be out of date. In this article I’m going to show You how to detect wrong username or password typed in SAP.Continue reading “How to detect wrong username or password in SAP”
The copyright window is the information, which is popping up when You are changing the language of your sessions. In this article I’m going to show You the simple trick of how to avoid this copyright window in SAP.Continue reading “How to manage with copyright window in SAP”
We often run a macro that connects to SAP, being already logged in it. In this article I’m going to show You how to deal with multiple SAP logons.Continue reading “How to deal with multiple SAP logons?”
I’ve already discussed how to Connect to SAP via Excel VBA and 10 code lines you can identify in SAP code. But I haven’t explained how to record a macro in SAP yet. In this article I’m going to explain You step by step how to record a macro in SAP using SAP Script Recording.Continue reading “Record macro in SAP using SAP Script Recording”
When You learn to record script in SAP, your report work become a lot easier and faster. But what do these recorded, SAP secret code lines after session.findbyid mean?