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Table Expressions In New ABAP

While READ statement is valid, ABAP has opened a new approach to fetching values from the internal table based on conditions. This is a more simplistic approach aiming at compact coding. Reading a table with index can be simplified as... Continue Reading →

More On Data Declaration In New ABAP

Expanding on the subject last touched upon, following are a few more examples of how data declarations have been updated. For a method, originally parameters would have to be individually declared prior to usage. Any change in the method of... Continue Reading →

Data Declaration In New ABAP

Consider a select with 10 fields out of a list of 30. The standard approach is to declare a Type, define an internal table or work area based on that Type and populate the internal table or work area in... Continue Reading →

Prototyping – Notes On Entrepreneurship 06

Consider the construction of a building. What is the first thing that is finished? The foundation laying out a plan upon which the building is constructed. With a glimpse, pillars and walls can be identified and as the construction proceeds,... Continue Reading →

Elevator Pitch – Notes On Entrepreneurship 05

In the Melanie Griffith starrer Working Girl, in a crucial climax scene, Tess (Melanie) and industry mogul Oren Trask are in an elevator and Tess has to convince Trask about her idea before the elevator reaches the office floor. It... Continue Reading →

Implementing Design Thinking In SAP Solutions

Problem Statement: Company Jackson Steinem wants all purchase team members to have a look at certain purchase orders details and send it to end users. These team members are mostly SAP users and can access production systems. Question to Ask:... Continue Reading →

Optimizing Custom ABAP For HANA

Optimizing Custom ABAP code for HANA upgrade can be visualized as a three-act structure - Detect, Optimize and Innovate. What Needs Optimization? Before HANA implementation/migration, an assessment on current code needs to be made in order to understand which objects... Continue Reading →

Michael & Stefano On Balsamiq Wireframes

A while back, I tried a product for a POC to give the client an idea how the end product would look like. The tool was Balsamiq Wireframes, and I was bowled over by the ease of use and versatility... Continue Reading →

Carsten Ziegler On BRF+ And Much More

In one of my previous projects, I was responsible for implementing BRF+ for a proof of concept. It was something new to learn, and I was excited about it. But the timelines were not very favorable. To scale up quickly,... Continue Reading →

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