ABAP to the Future

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ABAP to the FutureAre you ready for ABAP 7.5? Keep up with the latest in ABAP development, including new features like Core Data Services, ABAP Managed Database Procedures, and column editing. Learn about exception classes and BOPF objects and jump into the new processes for creating SAPUI5 applications. With this second edition, you’re sure to stay on the cutting edge.

  • Find out what ABAP 7.5 has to offer
  • Get acquainted with Core Data Services and ABAP Channels
  • Learn about the latest features of BRF+, BOPF, SAPUI5, and more

What You Will Learn?

ABAP 7.5

Discover the new functionality available with ABAP 7.5, including new language features, push channels for user notification, column editing, and more.

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ABAP Programming for SAP HANA

See how CDS views and AMDP fit into SAP’s programming model, work with code pushdown, and explore enhancements to Open SQL.

User Interfaces

Learn the process of creating SAPUI5 applications with the SAP Web IDE or BUILD tool, and find out how to develop with Web Dynpro ABAP.

Book’s Highlights

  • ABAP 7.5
  • ABAP in Eclipse (AIE)
  • SAPUI5
  • Core Data Services (CDS)
  • SAP HANA
  • ABAP Test Cockpit
  • Exception classes
  • BRF+
  • BOPF
  • SALV
  • ABAP Managed Database Procedures (AMDP)
  • Web Dynpro ABAP and Floorplan Manager

About the Author of This SAP ABAP Book

Paul Hardy is a senior ABAP developer at Hanson Australia 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.

Paul can regularly be found blogging away on the SCN site and presenting at SAP conferences in Australia (Mastering SAP Technology and the SAP Australian User Group annual conference). If you happen to ever be at one of these conferences, Paul invites you to come and have a drink with him at the networking event in the evening and to ask him the most difficult questions you can think of (preferably SAP-related).

Purchase This SAP ABAP Book

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