Stay on the cutting edge of ABAP technology! Learn what’s new with the latest ABAP releases—7.52 and 1809—and see what other SAP technologies are now bringing to the table. New to this edition: abapGit and transporting objects between systems, ABAP SQL, the RESTful ABAP programming model, and test tools for core data services, SAPUI5, and Web Dynpro ABAP. Take your ABAP coding to the next level!
- Get up to date on ABAP 1809
- Get acquainted with core data services, abapGit, and test-driven development
- Learn about the latest features of BOPF, BRFplus, SAPUI5, and more
What You Will Learn?
Explore the new features of ABAP 7.52 and 1809, including updates to the programming model for SAP S/4HANA and enumerations. Walk through ABAP SQL and the RESTful ABAP programming model.
Debugging and Testing
Learn the importance of test-driven development and unit testing and walk through new features like dependency lookup and test tools for CDS view, OData, SAPUI5, and more. Take a look at the latest recommendations and best practices for debugger scripting.
Create SAPUI5 applications with SAP Web IDE or SAP Build, and find out how to develop with Web Dynpro ABAP. Learn how to make the SAP GUI look like SAP Fiori for reporting.
- ABAP 7.52 and ABAP 1809
- ABAP in Eclipse
- Core data services (CDS)
- Exception classes
- Test-driven development
- Business Object Processing Framework (BOPF)
- Web Dynpro ABAP
- ABAP channels
About the Author of This SAP ABAP Book
Paul Hardy is a senior ABAP developer at Hanson and has worked on SAP rollouts at multiple companies all over the world. He joined Heidelberg Cement in the UK in 1990 and, for the first seven years, worked as an accountant. In 1997, a global SAP rollout came along; he jumped on board and has never looked back since. He has worked on country-specific SAP implementations in the United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, and Australia.
After starting off as a business analyst configuring the good old IMG, Paul swiftly moved on to the wonderful world of ABAP programming. After the initial run of data conversion programs, ALV reports, interactive DYNPRO screens, and (urrggh) SAPscript forms, he yearned for something more and since then has been eagerly investigating each new technology as it comes out. Particular areas of interest in SAP are business workflow, B2B procurement (both point-to-point and SAP Ariba-based), logistics execution, and Variant Configuration, along with virtually anything new that comes along.
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