Introduction to BADIs in SAP For Technical & Functional Consultants

This document provides an introduction to BADIs (Business Add-Ins) in SAP and how to implement them. It serves as a good reference for both technical and functional consultants.

Key topics covered in the document are:

  • Introduction to BADIs – Explains what BADIs are and how they allow custom code to be added without modifying standard SAP code.
  • Comparison to User Exits – Compares BADIs to traditional User Exits. BADIs are more modern and object-oriented.
  • BADI Definition – Covers the components of a BADI definition including the interface methods.
  • Implementing a BADI – Steps through how to create a BADI implementation and add custom code to the interface methods.
  • How BADIs Work – Explains how the custom code in the BADI methods is executed by being called from the standard SAP program.

In summary, this document provides a primer on BADIs and their implementation in SAP ABAP. It covers the BADI definition, creating an implementation, adding custom code, and how that code integrates with SAP standard programs.

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ABAP on HANA: General Overview Presentation

ABAP ON HANA, a document created by a leading consulting company, provides an overview of the shift to HANA paradigm, advanced OPEN SQL, ABAP CDS Views, and AMDP methods. Here are the key points covered in the document:

  1. ABAP Shift to HANA Paradigm: The document explains the shift from ABAP to SAP ABAP on HANA, emphasizing the need to push down data intense computations and calculations to the HANA DB layer and avoid bringing all the data to the ABAP layer.
  2. Advanced OPEN SQL: The document discusses the advantages of using Open SQL for code push down, the differences between Open SQL and Native SQL, and the advanced features of Open SQL. It also provides examples of various SQL operations such as INNER JOIN, LEFT OUTER JOIN, RIGHT OUTER JOIN, FULL OUTER JOIN, UNION, UNION ALL, INTERSECT, and EXCEPT.
  3. ABAP CDS Views: The document introduces Core Data Services (CDS) as a building block for timeless software. It discusses the advantages of CDS views over ABAP views, the use of annotations in CDS views, and provides examples of CDS views. It also discusses the use of parameters in CDS views and how to consume CDS views in ABAP programs.
  4. AMDP Methods: The document explains ABAP Managed Database Procedures (AMDP), their design, advantages, features, and prerequisites. It also provides an example of AMDP implementation and discusses AMDP call scenarios.

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SAP S/4HANA Migration Cockpit: Intro Presentation

S/4HANA Migration Cockpit (MC) is a tool that is used to migrate data from SAP or non-SAP systems to SAP S/4HANA. It is delivered with SAP S/4HANA and can be accessed through a browser-based interface. MC has predefined migration objects that contain the mapping for all master and transactional data. This reduces migration cost and time, as no programming is required by the customer.
This presentation provides an overview of the Migration Cockpit in SAP S/4HANA, covering the following topics:

  • Overview – Functions and Features of Migration Cockpit
  • Different Migration Approaches
  • File and Staging Approach
  • Transfer data directly from SAP system
  • Preconfigured migration objects SAP S/4HANA
  • Comparison of Migration Approaches: Transfer Data Using Files, Transfer Data Using Staging Tables, Transfer Data Directly from SAP System

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Learning SAP ABAP: Free eBook

The content of this ABAP eBook has been sourced from Stack Overflow Documentation, which has been written by numerous diligent individuals associated with Stack Overflow. The structure of this ebook is as follows;

  • Chapter 1: Getting started with ABAP
  • Chapter 2: ABAP GRID List Viewer (ALV)
  • Chapter 3: ABAP Objects
  • Chapter 4: Comments
  • Chapter 5: Control Flow Statements
  • Chapter 6: Data Declaration
  • Chapter 7: Dynamic Programming
  • Chapter 8: Internal Tables
  • Chapter 9: Loops
  • Chapter 10: Message Classes/MESSAGE keyword
  • Chapter 11: Naming Conventions
  • Chapter 12: Open SQL
  • Chapter 13: Regular Expressions
  • Chapter 14: Strings
  • Chapter 15: Template Programs
  • Chapter 16: Unit testing

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SAP ABAP Notes: An Up-to-Date Training Document [537 Pages PDF]

Welcome to this up-to-date SAP ABAP study notes document which covers the newest developments in the ABAP. With this document, you will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of SAP ABAP including the ABAP Dictionary, data types, data structures, and database tables. The document also covers newest advanced ABAP topics such as CDS views, AMDP, and ADT.

You will learn about different programming techniques such as modularization, performance tuning, and control break statements. The document also covers topics related to SAP modules such as ALE-IDOCs, BAPIs, BADI, and SmartForms. Additionally, you will also learn about the latest SAP developments like S/4HANA.

This training document will equip you with the knowledge and skills to develop ABAP programs for SAP applications. Whether you are new to SAP ABAP or an experienced developer, this document will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of ABAP programming. So, get ready to dive into the world of SAP ABAP and explore the latest developments with this up-to-date training document.

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How to Upload BOM Data using LTMC in SAP? 6 Steps Guide

The objective of this guide is to provide an overview of the LTMC tool in SAP and how it can be used to upload Bill of Materials (BOM) data. The presentation will cover the the prerequisites for using LTMC, the step-by-step process for uploading BOM data using LTMC, and some best practices to follow when using LTMC. By the end of this guide, you will have a clear understanding of how to use LTMC to efficiently and accurately upload BOM data in SAP.

  • LTMC Overview
  • Prerequisites of LTMC
  • LTMC for BOM 6 Step Process (Using Staging Tables)
  • Fixing the errors and approach for cleansing the data
  • LTMOM Migration object Modeler ( A tool to tailor made the fields as per business scenarios)

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ABAP Debugger Guide for Functional Consultants

The debugger is a tool that can be used to execute ABAP programs by line or by section. It is the most basic tool that can be utilized to reach the root cause of any day-to-day issue faced in SAP. It not only lets you troubleshoot effectively but also helps you visualize ‘what-if’ scenarios. With this tool, you can display data objects and check the flow logic of programs.
The shared documents covers following topics:

  • Introduction to ABAP Degugger
  • Classic Debugger vs New ABAP Debugger
  • Advanced features of ABAP debugger
  • Different types of breakpoints
  • Flow of Control
  • Debugging various ABAP objects – SAP Script
  • Debugging various ABAP objects – Smartforms
  • Debugging various ABAP objects – Batch Jobs

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