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Author Markandeya, Sushil, author.

Title SAP ABAP : hands-on test projects with business scenarios / Sushil Markandeya, Kaushik Roy.

Publication Info. [New York?] : Apress, [2014?]


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 Axe Books 24x7 IT E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (xxviii, 892 pages) : illustrations.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series The expert's voice in SAP
Expert's voice in SAP.
Note Includes index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 26, 2014).
Summary SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) elucidates the numerous features of the core programming platform, which is used for development for the entire SAP software suite. SAP ABAP uses numerous hands on business oriented use cases and a valuable dedicated e-resource to demonstrate the underlying advanced concepts of the OO ABAP environment and the SAP UI. SAP ABAP covers the latest version (NetWeaver 7.3 and SAP application programming release 6.0) of the platform for demonstrating the customization and implementation phases of the SAP software implementation. Shorn of weighty theoretical treatment and preoccupation with language syntax, SAP ABAP is a comprehensive, practical one stop solution, which demonstrates and conveys the language?s commands and features through hands on examples. The accompanying e-resource is a take off point to the book. SAP ABAP works in tandem with the accompanying e-resource to create an interactive learning environment where the book provides a brief description and an overview of a specified feature/command followed by the user switching over to the accompanying e-resource, where a step-by-step guide to creating and running the feature?s object is available. The presentation of the features is scenario oriented, i.e. most of the features are demonstrated in terms of small business scenarios. The e-resource contains the scenario descriptions, screen shots, detailed screen cams and ABAP program source to enable the reader to create all objects related to the scenario and run/execute them. The underlying concepts of a feature/command are conveyed through execution of these hands-on programs. Further exercises to be performed independently by the reader are also proposed. The demonstration/illustration objects including the programs rely on some of the SAP application tables being populated, for example an IDES system which is now a de facto system for all SAP training related activities.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents At a Glance; Introduction; Chapter 1: ERP and SAP Overview; ERP Overview; Business Enterprises; Business Activities; ERP Concept, Its Evolution; Major Attributes of ERP Software; Centralized Database; Integration; Multiple Currency Handling; Consolidation; Technology Advances; Multiple Lingual Support; SAP Overview; Client Server Architecture; SAP NetWeaver; SAP Functionalities; SAP Implementation Overview; Implementation Team Composition; Implementation Environments; Overview of SAP Login, SAP GUI, ABAP Workbench; SAP Login; SAP GUI; SAP External Sessions, Sessions' Control.
ABAP WorkbenchClient Code Perspectives; SAP IDES (Internet Demonstration & Evaluation System) Server and Usage of IDES Server for Trainings; Terminology Clarification; Conclusion; Chapter 2: ABAP Dictionary/Data Dictionary /DDIC -- 1; ABAP Dictionary: Initial Screen; View Table Structure Definitions of the SAP Delivered VBRK and VBRP Tables; DDIC Attributes; Metadata; Standardization and Uniformity; Open SQL and the Data Definition Language; DDIC Object References in ABAP Programs; Data Control Language; Search Helps/Pop-up Selection Lists; Data Types in the DDIC; Data Type DEC.
Data Types CURR, QUANVBRK Table; VBRP Table; DDIC Object Domain; View or Examine an SAP Delivered Domain; DDIC Object Data Element; View or Examine an SAP Delivered Data Element; Domain and Data Element Relationship; DDIC Object Table; Transparent Tables; Domain, Data Element, and Table Relationship; View, Examine an SAP Delivered Table; Display Table -- the tabs; Display Table -- Technical Settings; Display Table -- Setting up Foreign Key Relationships; Scenario for Hands-on Exercise on Domain, Data Element, and Table; Table and Table Fields.
Entity Relationship Diagram -- Restaurant Billing SystemAssigning DDIC Data Types and Lengths to Table Fields; Summary of Data Types, Lengths, and List of Tables' Entities and Attributes; Creation of Domains, Data Elements, and Tables; Objects Naming Convention, Listing of Objects; Create Domains; A Brief on Packages; Domain Creation Continued; Editing/Changing domains; Create Data Elements; Create Tables; Enhancement Category; Database Metadata; Create Data in Tables; Data in Table YCL_CH02_WAITM; Data in Table YCL_CH02_ITEMM; Data in Table YCL_CH02_BILLH; Data in Table YCL_CH02_BILLI.
Foreign Key Relationship Dialog Box AgainText Tables; Recapitulation: Domains, Data Elements, and Tables; Chapter 3: ABAP Dictionary/Data Dictionary/DDIC -- 2; DDIC Objects Views; Database Views; Database Views -- Inner Join; Create Database View with Tables YCL_CH02_WAITM and YCL_CH02_BILLH; Create Database View with SAP delivered Tables KNA1and VBAK; Object Specification; Object Creation; View Audit; Making the Database View Client Independent; Exercise: Create Database View with SAP delivered Tables KNA1, VBAK, VBAP; Object Specification; Projection View; Object Specification.
Subject Business -- Data processing.
ABAP/4 (Computer program language)
Client/server computing.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science.
COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- General.
ABAP/4 (Computer program language) (OCoLC)fst00793777
Business -- Data processing. (OCoLC)fst00842293
Client/server computing. (OCoLC)fst00864205
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Roy, Kaushik, 1986- author.
Added Title Systems, Applications and Products Advanced Business Application Programming
Other Form: Printed edition: 9781430248033
ISBN 9781430248040 (electronic bk.)
1430248041 (electronic bk.)
1430248033 (print)
9781430248033 (print)
Standard No. 10.1007/978-1-4302-4804-0 doi
AU@ 000056035128
AU@ 000062419166
CHNEW 000890442
CHVBK 374491593
DEBBG BV042490400
DEBBG BV043617614
DEBSZ 43483579X
GBVCP 882843060
NLGGC 383922887

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