Description

  • The “SAP Certified Associate – SAP Hybris Commerce Business Analyst 6.0” certification exam validates that the candidate possesses the fundamental and core knowledge required of an SAP Hybris Commerce Suite 6.0 Business Analyst. This certification proves that the candidate has an overall understanding and skills to participate as a member of a project team in a mentored role. This certification exam is recommended as an entry level qualification. The scope of SAP Hybris Commerce knowledge in the courses stated within the “Topic Areas” is narrower than the scope of knowledge checked in the certification questions. In addition to the courses stated as covering the topics within “Topic Areas” , as preparation for this certification exam, candidates must also study the SAP Hybris Application Lifecycle Framework for Commerce, located at https://wiki.hybris.com/display/hybrisALF, and the SAP Hybris Commerce Suite 6 documentation located at: help.hybris.com/. In order to access the sites above, you must be an SAP Hybris customer or partner and follow the instructions on https://crowd1.hybris.com/crowdcontrol/signup to request a wiki account.

Topic Areas

Please see below the list of topics that may be covered within this certification and the courses that cover them. Its accuracy does not constitute a legitimate claim; SAP reserves the right to update the exam content (topics, items, weighting) at any time.

Architecture> 12%

Explain the typical use for Cron Jobs, impex scripts, workflow and addons, and identify integration points with hybris commerce suite, hierarchy of users and users’ roles, validation rules.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Hybris AddOn Concept
  • Integrations, Data Mgmt., Impex
  • Access Rights
  • Users in the Hybris Platform
  • Stock Management
  • Data Validation

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Hybris AddOn Concept
  • Integrations, Data Mgmt., Impex
  • Access Rights
  • Users in the Hybris Platform
  • Stock Management
  • Data Validation

Backoffice and Content Management> 12%

Distinguish various backoffices and cockpit applications and their purposes, present the ability to perform basic tasks in them such as extending simple workflow or triggering synchronization, and explain the concept of catalog versions.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Hybris Commerce Cockpit
  • Hybris Administration Console
  • Administration Cockpit
  • Catalog Guide
  • Synchronizing catalogs
  • Workflow Overview

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Hybris Commerce Cockpit
  • Hybris Administration Console
  • Administration Cockpit
  • Catalog Guide
  • Synchronizing catalogs
  • Workflow Overview

Business Analysts Principles> 12%

Identify the basic elements of UML diagrams, classification of requirements, characteristics of hybris Application Lifecycle Frameowrk (yALF) and Business Analyst role in project’s lifecycle.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce

Commerce> 12%

Identify standard functionality available in hybris commerce suite: e.g. B2B, SOLR, Subscriptions, Bundling, Entitlements, mobile and responsive storefronts. Create standard CMS components and explain checkout processes.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Solr search configuration
  • Promotion Engine
  • Various Checkout options
  • Commerce organization
  • WCMS Module
  • CMS2 Data Model Overview
  • List of Hybris Modules

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Solr search configuration
  • Promotion Engine
  • Various Checkout options
  • Commerce organization
  • WCMS Module
  • CMS2 Data Model Overview
  • List of Hybris Modules

Data and Product Modeling> 12%

Explain concepts of variants, categorization and classification, and identify possible approaches of adapting hybris data model to match customer’s product, customer, CMS content and pricing models.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Modeling Product Variants
  • Creating Products and Categories
  • Working with classification
  • Working with Subscription Module
  • B2B Multi-dimensional Products
  • Product Cockpit Module

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Modeling Product Variants
  • Creating Products and Categories
  • Working with classification
  • Working with Subscription Module
  • B2B Multi-dimensional Products
  • Product Cockpit Module

Effort Estimation8% – 12%

Identify steps and team members needed to perform successful effort estimation and prioritization of tasks, and identify specific Accelerator features.

  • HY200e
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Overview of Accelerators
  • Project Delivery framework
  • Discipline recommended Practices

—– OR —–

  • HY200
  • ALF for Commerce
  • Overview of Accelerators
  • Project Delivery framework
  • Discipline recommended Practices