Wo finde ich ein vernünftiges SAP Glossar?
Thread poster: Dorothee Racette

Dorothee Racette  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 20:33
German to English
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Oct 28, 2002

Hallo!



Wer kann mir einen Link zu einem vernünftigen deutsch-englischen SAP Glossar geben? Ich suche schon seit Stunden im Internet herum und kann einfach nichts völlig Brauchbares finden. Ich brauche Ausdrücke wie \"Pflichtenheft\" etc.



Herzlichen Dank im Voraus für eure Hilfe!



Dorothee

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-10-28 17:53 ]


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tLcnet
Thailand
Local time: 07:33
German to French
http://www.sapinfo.net/public/en/glossary.php4/displayglossarystart Oct 28, 2002

4ter Treffer in Caloga mit folg. Eingabe: SAP+german+english+gloss*

wie suchst du?
[addsig]


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Kim Metzger  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 19:33
German to English
A SAP trick Oct 28, 2002

Hi Dorothee,

As far as I know, there is no decent online glossary. But try this trick:

In Google, type your term+site:help.sap.com

Sometimes you then have to retype the query by reentering your term at the head of the query.

This will take you to the German SAP site. Find the term and remember where it\'s located. Go to the URL and delete \"de\" and enter \"en\". That will take you to the English page. Hope this helps.

Kim



Using the above method, I got functional specifications for Pflichtenheft.

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Uwe Schwenk
Local time: 19:33
English to German
SAP Glossar Oct 28, 2002

Das folgende link hat die Definitionen, allerdings nur in Englisch.





HTH



Uwe

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/35/2cd77bd7705394e10000009b387c12/frameset.htm


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Jan Neersoe  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 02:33
Member (2004)
English to German
Auf CD... Oct 28, 2002

Wenn man öfter mit der Materie arbeitet, lohnt sich auch SAPterm, die offizielle Terminologiedatenbank von SAP. Ist für 99 Euro über die SAP-Website erhältlich und zwar auch nicht optimal (ein komplettes Glossar von UI-Elementen, wie es z. B. MS bereitstellt, fehlt völlig, und der Ausdruck, den man gerade braucht, ist wahrscheinlich nur in Finnisch oder Tschechisch enthalten [Ausnahme: man bräuchte gerade genau die finnische oder tschechische Übersetzung]), aber für die grundlegende Terminologierecherche irgendwann schneller und bequemer als die Website (die allerdings natürlich noch ganz andere Vorteile hat).



Grüße...



Jan



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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 02:33
Member (2002)
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Quellenkomplettierung Oct 28, 2002

Hallo Dorothee,



Uwe hatte ja schon das englische Glossar unter http://help.sap.com erwähnt:



http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/35/2cd77bd7705394e10000009b387c12/frameset.htm



Das deutsche Gegenstück findet sich unter:



http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/de/35/2cd77bd7705394e10000009b387c12/frameset.htm



Über vergleichende Suche (mit 2 parallel geöffneten Fenstern) kann man damit eine ganze Menge herausfinden.



Noch ein Tip: SAP-Wörterbuch Deutsch->Englisch unter:

http://www.eberstein.de/Sitemap/11_10_01/index.html



Aus irgendeinem Grund funktioniert hier der Link \"SAP-Wörterbuch\" nicht, man kann aber immer noch direkt die einzelnen Buchstaben des Verzeichnisses anklicken.



Hoffe, Dir geholfen zu haben

Steffen





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TonyTK
German to English
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SAP glossary workaround (from FLEFO) Oct 28, 2002

Dorothee,



This was posted on Compuserve\'s FLEFO Forum (still in operation and now accessible free of charge via the Net) a few years ago:



>> SAP\'s help website contains SAP glossaries in German and English, and I have discovered a trick for quickly finding the equivalent of a term in the other language.



The main website address is: http://help.sap.com/ie/main_html.htm



For this example, we want to know the English equivalent of \"Meldebestand\".



Go to the most recent release for the language pair concerned. For the German glossary, click German under Release [4.6C]. This opens another window; click Glossar



Choose the initial letter of the term you\'re looking for, e.g. for \"Meldebestand\", click M. Find the term you\'re looking for, then **right-click the entry** to open the pop-up menu and choose \"Open in new window\" (or equivalent in your browser and language version).



This opens a new window with the glossary entry. To display the English equivalent, place the cursor in the Address box above the HTML page, which should start with a string such as

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/de/35/26c455afab52b9e1000000 .....



Use the mouse to place the cursor in this address bar, and replace /de/ with /en/, then press Return.



This displays the English equivalent of the term (\"reorder point\").



Logically, this works just the same way English-German, except you start by clicking English under Release 4.6C.



Of course it would be much easier if SAP simply provided a link to the English equivalent, but until they do, at least we have a workaround.



Note that the glossary still *doesn\'t* contain some of the most frequently encountered terms, e.g.



SAP-Systemhaus = SAP VAR


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RobinB  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 02:33
German to English
Glossary workaround still works! Oct 29, 2002

Hi Tony,



It must be a good three years since I posted that workaround, and it still works. Incidentally, it also works for SAP helps on the help.sap.com website.



Dorothee: If you want a quick tutorial on how it all works, I\'ll show you in Atlanta.



Robin


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TonyTK
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I was pretty sure it was you who posted it on Flefo ... Oct 29, 2002

... but I didn\'t want to chuck your name around without permission.



Atlanta, eh? Fair enough. I\'ll just stay here in my crappy little village ...


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