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Learn the fundamental concepts of the ABAP programming language? Create simple application programs with user dialogs selection screen, list and screen and database dialogs reading from the database CONTENT? Navigate in the Workbench and use the syntax help? Test programs using the Debugger? Define elementary and structured data objects? Overview of important ABAP statements? Use internal tables introduction?
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Use modularization techniques local in the program? User dialogs: list, selection screen, screens? Use function groups and function modules, classes and methods, BAPIs? Project-oriented development using the Workbench Organizer? All ABAP programming courses require that you understand the contents of this basic course. Programming experience? Analyze and design classes UML? Classes, instances, references? Inheritance, interfaces, polymorphism?
Special object-oriented techniques? Determine the concepts of objectoriented programming? ABAP consists of procedural and objectoriented parts. This is also reflected in these courses. Project team members? In-depth knowledge of the ABAP programming language to be able to write more robust programs?
The ability to assess ABAP programming techniques according to performance aspects and develop highperformance programs? Acquire the necessary knowledge to develop dynamic ABAP programs? ABAP runtime environment? ABAP types and data objects? Analysis tools for programs? Work with internal tables?
Program modularization with function modules? Performance of complex Open SQL statements? Dynamic programming with field symbols and references? Runtime type information, runtime type creation? Program calls and memory management? BC focuses on analyzing and eliminating existing performance problems, whereas BC is concerned with avoiding performance problems even during the design and implementation of a program. You can use logical databases to obtain data from the database and even program complex database queries yourself.
You will learn how to use the different techniques for list processing. You can design and implement simple basic lists. The version that is not used can be discussed briefly on request. Query developers? You also learn to set up the administrative Query environment and to manage it.
Fundamental knowledge of a programming language? Principles and ergonomics of user dialogs? Context menus? BC Developing User Dialogs? Function and use of the Control Framework?
Integrate and call controls? Data transport between ABAP programs and controls? Change control attributes? React to actions in the control?
Drag and drop functionality? The following are not part of the course: object-oriented modeling, general objectoriented programming and the control of external controls. The LUW concept? Use of the SAP locking concept? Database changes from dialog programs using suitable techniques: inline updates, synchronous, asynchronous and local updates in V1 and V2 mode? Knowledge of ABAP dialog programming is very useful. When revising courses, we reserve the right to usemore up-to-date software than specified in the course.
Develop new functionality internally within SAP or? The course provides fundamental information about dialog, program logic and service program functionality within the BDT. In this course the BDT and its enhancement technology are discussed. The enhancement technology includes programming function groups in reserved namespaces and the execution via BDT control tables.
Project managers? Display the options for making customer-specific adjustments to the SAP standard system? Searching for and using enhancements? Correct implementation of modifications? Overview of the options for making customer-specific adjustments to the SAP standard system? Personalization transaction variants? When revising courses, we reserve the right to use more up-to-date software than specified.
Dictionary administrators? Tables incl. Performance aspects when accessing tables: - Buffering - Indexes?
Relationships between tables: - Define and manage foreign keys - Texttables? Views and append views? When revising courses, we reserve the right to usemore up-to-date software than specified. Learn the basic elements of SAPscript and how its components interact? Create and maintain forms? Form elements: windows and pages, paragraph formats, character formats? Post Reply. Will be grateful for any help! Explain the user dialog programming model; Explain User interfaces and Simple Screen Elements; Understand how to handle errors using navigation Create and model form contexts; Create and model form interfaces; Use Adobe LiveCycle Designer; Create and design complex forms for printing with ADS has a limitation in number of pages per one document.
This depends of a lot of factors, but usually PDF bigger like pages or Back to Sending Mails - Home Page. Error rendering macro Sap bc pdf - WordPress. Naming convention for Module pool objects. It comes in the form of enhancement packages that provide collections of new or improved business functions that companies can deploy in a modular fashion and on their own timetable.
All core applications of SAP Business Suite are now enabled for continuous innovation through enhancement packages. In the future, SAP intends to continue to deliver enhancement packages for the core applications, minimizing the need for companies to engage in potentially disruptive upgrade projects.
SAP has therefore grouped applications that support core business processes into solution portfolios that serve the needs of customers in 24 industries.
Each application within a portfolio has a clear connection to one or more business scenarios of the respective industry solution map provided by SAP. Figure 4: Package licenses entitle a licensee to deploy and use the speciied software functionality, provided that the appropriate users accessing the functionality are licensed as well. SAP offers several user categories that depend on the role of the individual user. Additionally, some SAP BusinessObjects solutions may be licensed lexibly based on number of users and other metrics dependent on the solution.
For each category, SAP offers a set of package licenses that permit the use of the respective software. However, many applications have similar or identical requirements for business functions in subareas.
Different applications therefore contain similar software components in parts. A component is the smallest, separately producible, deliverable, installable, and maintainable software unit. The graphic provides an overview of this hierarchy components as building blocks of solutions using the SAP SCM application as the example. Figure 5: Discussion Questions Use the following questions to engage the participants in the discussion.
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Business Example You want up-to-date information about the availability of releases of SAP solutions, in order to be able to make a good decision with regard to the download or upgrade of an SAP solution.
Shipments of SAP releases and corresponding enhancement packages are generally introduced into the market in two or three shipment phases: Phases of Software Delivery by SAP Beta Shipment Phase In some cases, a beta shipment may be offered prior to the restricted shipment phase before the release-to-customer date.
Beta shipments may be used for testing purposes only. They are not available for productive use. Restricted Shipment Phase New software releases are only available to a restricted number of customers whose increase is controlled.
The Release to Customer date marks the start of the restricted shipment phase. SAP Release Strategy During the restricted shipment phase, the new software release passes through a standardized process, the Ramp-Up.
Characteristics of the ramp-up process are: After the default release date all customers can request the new software without restrictions. Support Packages solve component-dependent problems that can result when using the SAP software.
SAP provides these Support Packages at certain intervals. For example, some core applications of SAP Business Suite have a signiicantly increased duration of mainstream maintenance.
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A 5—1—2 maintenance strategy was introduced in It supported aligned maintenance phases between SAP releases.
We distinguish the following three phases of maintenance: Mainstream maintenance Mainstream maintenance starts from the "release to customer" date and generally ends after 7 years covering the restricted and unrestricted shipment phases.
SAP Release Strategy Extended maintenance Customers can extend the support period in which corrections or legal changes are taken into account for an increased maintenance fee. The scope of support for the entire extended maintenance period is similar to the scope of support provided during mainstream maintenance.
SAP publishes information on the availability and scope of extended maintenance in advance. Customer-speciic maintenance From a certain point in time during the lifecycle of a release, this release is no longer adjusted to meet external requirements. Such requirements are, for example, the implementation of legal changes or the support of new technologies. The time in question is marked by the end of extended maintenance or the end of mainstream maintenance, if no extended maintenance is offered.
Customer-speciic maintenance starts at this point in time. A release enters into customer-speciic maintenance automatically. There is no need to apply for an additional contract. During this phase, customers receive support services similar to those offered in the mainstream maintenance phase, with some restrictions. For example, SAP does not deliver new support packages or updates to cover legal changes, and technology updates are limited.
Problem resolution is customer speciic, which means customers are charged for solving problems not yet known to SAP. Do not discuss the maintenance fee percentages in detail as it is not required in this technical course. For detailed information, customers should contact the SAP sales representatives. The following SAP notes provide further information: SAP Note deals speciically with the particularities of customer-speciic maintenance.
Upgrade SAP provides upgrade paths for SAP releases and the corresponding content releases and provides access to upgrade procedures to the current release.
Usually customers can upgrade directly from one release to any other subsequent SAP release as long as the releases are in the mainstream maintenance phase. For content releases, the overlap is at least six months. This helps ensure that the window customers have to upgrade from one release to the next is suficient.
History of Selected Software Components This section provides a bit of history of a few selected software components. SAP is very good at confusing customers, for example, through constant renaming. On the other hand, this section is a good transition to the topic as to how SAP actually supplies customers with applications. A too extensive history with all name changes over the last few years for example mySAP.
This marks the transition from the classic SAP Basis last version: SAP Basis 4. SAP NetWeaver offers extensive capabilities such as Business Warehouse , which are all based on the application platform. A central application previously: Functional enhancements for the different software components are made available through enhancement packages. If some or all of your students have no access to the SAP Service Marketplace, you may also run this exercise as an instructor demo.
NetWeaver provides customers with a lexible way to integrate and extend business processes that run across SAP, SAP -certiied partner, and custom-built applications by delivering prebuilt integration content and enterprise services, with rapid deployment supported by model-driven tools. SAP NetWeaver mission-critical business processes can be monitored for eficiency, integrity, and security. Business users can also use SAP NetWeaver to deine business rules to help ensure consistent processes across the business network.
SAP NetWeaver integrates and connects people, information and business processes across technologies and companies. It enables companies to adjust to changes quickly. Furthermore, SAP NetWeaver enables companies to maximize the beneits from the current software and systems. Non-uniform integration technologies are consolidated and predeined business content is provided thus reducing the amount of manual work required.
SAP NetWeaver is based on a technology using industry standards and can be enhanced with popular development tools. SAP NetWeaver: For each practice, SAP NetWeaver supports a range of key IT activities, which can be performed using the integrated components of the platform. The focus here is not on system and technological components but on the IT and business goals of the company. IT practices refer to, for example, the increase of user productivity through improved, cross-company collaboration, personalized access to applications and data and optimized knowledge management.
The aim of the IT scenarios is to help you as a customer, partner or service provider with the installation, coniguration and operation of SAP NetWeaver as well as the operation of SAP applications, customer-speciic applications and the implementation of your deined IT scenarios.
Figure With the collaboration capabilities, SAP NetWeaver allows communication and collaboration in the portal. This allows SAP NetWeaver to bring together members of project groups regardless of time and of their geographic location. Users can use virtual rooms for common access and organization of documents, applications, and ideas. Information Integration Information integration provides your company with both structured and unstructured information that is consistent and accessible: Users have constant access to consistent information, no matter where it is stored.
With its Knowledge Management capabilities, SAP NetWeaver Portal provides a central, role-speciic point of entry to unstructured information from various data sources. This unstructured information can exist in different formats such as text documents, presentations, or HTML iles. With the Integration Broker, integration knowledge is shipped in the form of pre-deined integration scenarios. Provides tools to help you model, execute, and monitor business processes based on a single, consistent process model Application Platform The SAP NetWeaver Application Server provides a complete development infrastructure on which you can develop, distribute, and execute platform-independent, robust, and scalable Web services and business applications.
Lifecycle Management Lifecycle Management supports design, development, deployment and change management of the entire solution and thus meets the requirements in the security, design and modeling, testing and systems environment management areas.
SAP Basis , whereby special attention is paid to web-based applications. These are: Complete infrastructure in which ABAP-based applications can be developed and used. Complete infrastructure in which J2EE-conform applications can be developed and used.
The mainstream maintenance can be extended by paying increased maintenance fees. For how many years does SAP maintain a product in total, by default? You should pay particular attention to the developers and system administrators during this unit. They are the ones who will often need to call up functions that are unfamiliar to them in the course of their work. You will also learn how to get help when you are working in SAP systems. Unit Contents Lesson: Navigation in General Changing the Initial Password Changing the Changed Password Again Log off via the Menu Bar Logon and Screen Design Calling Functions Navigation in General Lesson: Navigation in General 42 Lesson Duration: Business Example You want to ind out which options are available to your users to access SAP systems.
Depending on what they are used for, these different system types do offer rather different user interfaces. SAP GUI implements the graphical user interface using the functions provided by the relevant presentation environment.
If you learned to use SAP GUI on one platform, you can use the system on another platform exactly the same as before, with the exception of a few small platform-speciic GUI attributes. There are different variants of the SAP GUI, which can all be operated in the same way, irrespective of the underlying platform. Colloquially, the following terms are used synonymously in the same order: Navigation in General Caution: Java-based SAP applications are accessed using a browser. The data low between the presentation layer and the application layer does not consist of prepared screens, but rather of logical, compact information about control elements and user input DIAG protocol.
The volume of data transferred for each screen change is generally a few KB. You can therefore also easily connect presentation servers over WANs. You can either install SAP GUI on the front end, or alternatively you can install it on a terminal server and access it using terminal clients. If it is available and you know how to access it, you could at this point call up SAP GUI for the Java Environment for example on a WTS for the training system you are using and, once you have logged on, carry out a transaction in it for example, SM SAP provides another program for starting the front-end: SAP Logon.
This list is taken from a ile on the front end: This ile is usually centrally preconigured and provided for end users. Navigation in General During logon, the SAP Logon program also enables logon load distribution using the resources available for the system selected. When you log on, you also select a certain client of the SAP system; this ield is usually already illed appropriately.
A client represents a company in an SAP system. This means that if an SAP system has several clients, then several companies can be represented and simultaneously active in that system. The client has a corresponding key ield in the tables of the database used by that SAP system. When working in a client, you only have access to business data from the same client. Clients therefore correspond to independent business entities. When logging on, you can select a logon language supported by that system.
SAP systems can support a large number of languages, the minimum being English and one other selected language. The number of installed languages determines which languages your system supports. On the logon screen, you also have the option of using the New password pushbutton to change your password, at the most once per day.
Your system administrator can add additional text to your logon screen. Your system administrator can use a system parameter to deine how many sessions are permissible for each logon to the SAP system.
Six windows are the default.
The parameter cannot be set user-speciically but applies for all users of the system or the logon instance. The logon screen for an SAP system User data is stored in the system by client, that is, you can, for instance, log on to client in your system, but you will not have a user for client , even if your system has a client The data for a particular user within a client is called the user master record.
Multiple logons to SAP systems are logged. This is for reasons of both security and licensing. If the same user logs on more than once, then for each subsequent logon, the system displays a warning message that offers the user the following three options: During the irst logon, you are prompted to save a changed password.
For security reasons it makes sense to change the password occasionally. Enter your new password twice, whereby you activate both input ields in sequence by means of mouse-click or tab button. Note that numerous rules regarding the structure of a password can be set up for your system.
Dialog Box for Changing the Password 2. Finally, choose to save your new password. Users can change their password no more than once a day on the initial screen. Actually, the administrator can only assign new initial passwords. Procedure 1. On the logon screen of the SAP system, enter your data and your current password.
On the top left, click the New Password pushbutton. Change your password as described above and save your data. On the individual screens of this transaction, examples of input ields, pushbuttons, radio buttons and checkboxes are illustrated.
Screen shows frequently used icons in the SAP system. System table ICON contains all icons and their technical names. The behavior of the navigational arrows in transaction GUIT is also instructive: The green arrow Back is not active whereas the yellow and red arrows still work.
The instructor can also use other transactions to demonstrate the screen elements. The left side of the screen contains a tree hierarchy of the menus available to you in the SAP system; you can use the right side of the screen to display your company logo.
This graphic is made available centrally by your system administrator and cannot be customized by individual users.
Note that the graphic is stored in the system and transported to the front end every time a user logs on. Although it is transported in compressed form, the graphic should not exceed 20 KB. You see this screen with the data for your own user: Navigation in General Figure The Menu bar is the top line of any dialog window in the SAP system. The menus shown here depend on which application you are in. These menus may also contain cascading menus.
Pushbuttons that you cannot use on that screen are deactivated or hidden. If you place the cursor over a pushbutton for a short time, the system displays a lag with the name or function of the pushbutton. If appropriate, the corresponding function key setting is also displayed. The title bar is the function that you are currently in. The application toolbar shows the pushbuttons available in the application that you are currently in.
The Status bar displays information on the current system status, such as warnings and errors. You can also change the display variant to show, for example, the transaction code of the transaction you are currently in.
Within a ield group check boxes allow you to select several options at the same time. With radio buttons you can only select one option. A tab organizes several subscreens to improve clarity. Input ields and pushbuttons are additional screen elements. Logging off from the System You should log off the system when you have inished your work in the SAP system. You have several options for doing this: Navigation in General Log off via the Menu Bar 54 1. If several sessions are open, the yellow arrow only closes the active window.
The dialog ield for logging off only appears in the last window. All sessions of your terminal session are closed and entries that have not been saved are lost!
A Log off Dialog Box appears and tells you that you will lose data that has not been saved when you log off. Log off Dialog Box 3. To log off, choose Yes. From the perspective of the Windows operating system, an SAP session is a normal application. When you close the last window of your session, the dialog box is also displayed. Navigation in General 55 Exercise 2: Logon and Screen Design Exercise Duration: Logging on to the System and Initial Tasks Log on to the training system and carry out some basic exercises in the system.
The menu paths refer to the SAP standard menu. Use the logon data provided by your instructor. Start the SAP Logon program and create a new entry according to the information given by your instructor. Choose the Logon pushbutton. Enter the client, user name, initial password, and logon language supplied by the instructor.
When you log on for the irst time, enter a new password of your choice twice in the window that appears.
What transaction code could you use to call this transaction instead of the menu? Logon and Screen Design Task: You can also choose to display the transaction code for an active transaction in the status bar. For this, the corresponding menu entry would irst have to be selected with the mouse. Navigation in General Lesson Summary You should now be able to: In addition, different selection options and help functions are introduced.
Finally, you learn about how to work with list outputs. When teaching this lesson, you should explain to the participants the various options for calling functions using either the mouse or the keyboard. Pay particular attention to navigation using transaction codes.
There is a simple method for administrators to create their own lists of transaction codes: You will often be asked how to create transaction code lists: This is the answer.
End users do not need to create transaction code lists in this way, since they have their role-based menus at their disposal, which contain the functions required for that role, normally about 10 to The signiicance of the user menus and the option of switching to the SAP menu are also covered in this lesson. Business Example You want to know how functions can be started in the SAP system and what help the system provides you with.
The entries of the SAP menus and the user menus can only be changed by system administrators. SAP and area menus can be processed using SE The user menus are bound to authorization roles. The latter are processed using PFCG.
Favorites list and user menu The end user can switch from the role-based user menu to the SAP standard menu if the system settings allow this. If both menus are disallowed, then the user menu is still displayed.
This means that a user can always call authorized functions using a transaction code, independent of the menu structure. This means that it makes sense to keep roles as small as possible because large roles could take a long time to transfer to the front end in certain circumstances.
If a user has several roles assigned, then some functions can be repeated in different parts of the role-based user menu. If you do not want these to appear twice, see SAP-Hinweis - Redundanzvermeidung im Easy Access and the other notes listed therein for information on identifying and deleting duplicates, and related questions.
As long as you have the appropriate authorization, you can also display user menus other than the ones assigned to you in your user master record.
To do this, choose Other menu. The user and SAP menus can be structured in a pretty complex way. It is then dificult to remember the exact path for the transaction you are looking for. As long as the transaction has not been copied into the favorite area, you can ind it more easily with special search transactions.
The search result is prepared in a list view from which you can take the navigation path. The transactions found cannot be started directly with a double-click.
A technically out-of-date dynamic menu is generated, from which the transactions found can be started with a double-click. Administrators can access these tables to make changes and thereby change or delete the favorites of large user groups. The favorites list, which is initially empty, can be edited by each end user in accordance with his or her preferences; you can only view your own favorites list. Since data on the favorites is stored within the SAP system, each user might have different collections of favorites in different systems.
Possible instructor demo: Demonstrate the download of your own favorites menu. Save the data, for example, under C: After that, delete the complete favorites list. Now upload the favorites from the ile you have just saved into the system again. Complete favorites menus, incl. The downloaded favorites menus are stored temporarily on the front-end PC.
It could be that the user does not have authorization in the productive customer system to upload. To improve the structuring, sort the favorites in own folders.
Here, the menu path is also written with the text of the favorites entry to a limited extent. Click the triangle symbol to the left of the ile symbol to expand or collapse the list of favorites. You can change and save the text in the dialog box that opens. If you want to delete the entire Favorites menu, highlight the entry Favorites and right-click to call up the available context menu.
Choose Delete all favorites. Use the following keys to navigate using the keyboard: When the OK Code ield is active also known as command ield , you can use the F1 key to display possible entries for this important ield. The following entries are possible: The OK Code ield is an exception in that choosing the F4 key does not display the input help.
This list is stored in the registry on the front end and is valid for all sessions on the front end regardless of the system used. Help Options The SAP system provides you with various help options, which is introduced in the following section. The F1 help also displays technical information on the relevant ield.
There you ind the parameter ID that you can use when setting user-speciic default values for input ields that are also linked to the parameter ID. You can also display interesting information by, for example, calling the F1 help for the OK Code ield. The F1 help You can also use other buttons in the Performance Assistant dialog box to display information on the selected ield. One of the most important pieces of information, besides the link to the context-sensitive Application Help, is the link to the Technical Information.
Choose this to display detailed information, such as the parameter ID assigned to the ield. You can use parameters to set defaults for frequently used input ields; to do this, the parameters are stored with the desired values in the user master record. You can also call up the F4 help for a ield using the button immediately to the right of the selected ield.
If a ield contains a checkmark symbol, you can only proceed to the next step in that application after entering a permitted value required entry. You can use transaction or screen variants, or Customizing to mark ields as mandatory or optional, hidden or illed with hidden standard values.
The F4 help The F4 help displays a list of possible entries for a ield. If there are a large number of possible entries, a separate selection screen is displayed.
The default value for the maximum number of displayed hits is Take the time to familiarize yourself with the other settings you can make here. Users can also create personal values lists.
However, despite this, the employee still has the option at all times of switching to the total view of all customers or of updating or completely deleting the values list. Enter DE and EN in your personal values list. Demonstrate the effect when you call up the possible entries again after creating the personal list.
It allows you to access the online documentation. The information stored here does not simply describe how to use system functions, it also explains system architecture concepts, gives examples of how you can conigure various processes, and warns you about possible user errors and their consequences.
The online documentation also contains several tips and tricks to help you carry out common tasks more easily and quickly. Call the address http: You can access the full product documentation for all releases here; a user-friendly full-text search by solution is also available. The System menu allows you to access various system functions.
This menu also contains functions that you can only access using this menu and not in any other way. The System and Help menus You can use the Help menu to access the system documentation. You can also display the Release Notes and conigure the standard settings for your F4 Help. However, you will mostly use the Help menu to navigate to the speciic section of the documentation relevant for your current work in the current context.
The context-sensitive help is also called Application Help. The tool for accessing the documentation as a whole is the SAP Library.
Calling Functions Exercise Duration: Task 1: Call the transaction for displaying a list of users who are logged on. Quit the user overview by using either the F3 key or the Back button in the standard toolbar. This takes you directly to the user overview.
Task 2: Creating a Favorites Menu Save often-used transactions in a favorites menu. Expand the SAP menu to the user overview: Highlight the transaction entry with the mouse.
Add the following transactions to the Favorites menu without expanding the SAP menu irst: Create a folder with the title Search Options in which you can store both search transactions. Find out how often and where in the SAP menu the transaction for the user overview is stored.
Find out in which table of your SAP system the transaction codes are stored. To do so, use the dialog input ield for entering a start transaction, here: Calling Functions Task 1: The context menu is opened by a right-hand mouse click. Enter the desired transaction in the dialog box and save the data. This process must be executed for every transaction individually. Name the ile Search Options. In the dialog box, enter SM04 and start the search.
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In the same way, you can now search in the user menu. Then branch to the technical information. The table is called TSTC. You can only work in one window session at a time in an SAP system. Determine whether this statement is true or false. Which of the following statements accurately describe a client in an SAP system?
Choose the correct answer s. The following strings are valid entries in the command ield: False Within one logon, it is possible to work in several windows sessions in parallel. This data is nevertheless divided by client so that different companies can be administered and controlled in different clients. SM04 is not a valid entry.
Participants need the information in this unit if they are to understand the content of more advanced courses. You should therefore make sure that you plan enough time for this unit. AS Java is usually used for executing the user interfaces. Nonetheless, it is possible to program business applications for AS Java, of course.
To illustrate the processes, the instructor of this lesson can conigure an SAP system with ready made stickers on the pin board together with the participants see http: You can then assign an ABAP dispatcher to each instance. Then you can give an overview of all the work process types and the services with the tasks they perform. You could let the participants decide which processes to conigure on which instance.
Once you have completed the coniguration on the pin board, you can discuss the coniguration that the participants have chosen for example, taking downtime prevention into account , demonstrating the advantages of coniguring a central instance if the participants have not already conigured the system in this way.
This scenario can then be transferred to the AS Java and the central service instance can be explained. Business Example In the course of implementing an SAP system, you need to establish the architecture of SAP systems and how you are going to distribute the required SAP system processes among the available hardware.
These applications should be implemented independent of the hardware environment used operating system, database to the greatest extent possible. ABAP has been optimized for developing highly-scalable business applications. In doing so, the entire, mighty infrastructure of the AS ABAP can be used, which also supports the creation of the most complex applications by large groups of developers.There are two basic types of transfer: Such a system should only be installed if explicitly required by the application.
The course material is available in English only. Highlight the transaction entry with the mouse. Client-Server Architecture Versus Enterprise SOA The individual steps within an enterprise service can be linked via standardized, specially developed interfaces.
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