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Issues With Local Class Usage

Local classes are defined within a program, It is available in the context of the program and is used when found by system. However, it brings forth a problem - the functionality created within the scope of a program cannot... Continue Reading →

Inbound IDoc Pre-processing Strategy

Requirement: Business wants an inbound IDoc to be validated before processing to ensure that if certain conditions are not met, even though standard SAP approves, the IDoc should not be processed. The IDoc should be moved to a status which... Continue Reading →

Secondary Index – Basics

Consider a situation where queries need to target a set of fields in MARA which are not part of the primary index. Based on a set of key fields and pointers to non-key fields, primary index enables quick retrieval of... Continue Reading →

SAP Query – Concept

SAP Query is a tool to create reports without any coding in a very short time. Though it is used mostly by functional resources, it can be handy for ABAPers as well. It facilitates a wide range of reports. In... Continue Reading →

BAPI – Business Application Programming Interface

BAPI is an RFC enabled FM that provides an interface for different processes and corresponding data. These are API for SAP BOs and are stored in BOR – Business Object Repository. It facilitates the connection between two different systems. BAPIs... Continue Reading →

Custom IDoc – The How Part

Bush & Sons (Customer) wants to send an ORDERS05 Idoc to Reagan Inc. Problem is that they want to send some additional data to be saved in a custom table which is not present in the aforementioned Idoc. Reagan Inc.... Continue Reading →

Database Utility – Concepts

Database utility is a handy tool to edit any database object created by data dictionary objects. It acts as an interface between ABAP Dictionary and underlying RDBMS. Amongst its utilities, following are notable – Change a database object based on... Continue Reading →

Paradigm Shift For ABAP With HANA In Scope

To state it clearly, SAP HANA is a relational database management system that has proved to be a path breaking development for SAP as a business. Like any DBMS it is adept in handling standard database operations, however, its greatest... Continue Reading →

LSMW – Basics

LSMW is the acronym of Legacy Systems Migration Workbench. It is a handy tool to transfer data from non-SAP system to SAP system. It can be used as a one-time solution for a complex and heavy load or as an... Continue Reading →

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