Browse ABAP related topics under this category

Workflow for Dummies

The Part I of Workflows Introduction gives the basic details about the workflow usage as a tool and the features involved. In Part II, the details about the workflow builder will be explained. In the part III, more details about Workflow Builder will be covered. In subsequent parts Business Object Builder & details about the runtime analysis tools of workflows will be discussed. Read more

BAPI Function Module in ABAP Reporting

This is an howto guide using BAPI function module in ABAP reporting.


Business Object Repository
BOR Definition
Selecting The BAPI
ABAP Report using BAPI
Testing the Report Read more

Using the ALV Grid in SAP Reports

After a report has been generated, there are many options available for customizing the data within the ALV grid. The paper below gives more information for:

Modifying Columns
Navigating Subtotals
Change,Delete and Delete a Report Layout
Report Integration with Microsoft Office Read more

ALE Failure and Recovery Strategy&Procedure

The aim of this document is to provide a strategy and detailed procedure for recovering ALE communications from a system failure.  The various kinds of failures that can occur will be described and the procedures to recover from these failures will be described. Read more

ALE(Application Link Enabling)

After viewing this presentation you will be able to:

Describe the Purpose of ALE.
Architecture of ALE.
Describe the Definition of different Component of ALE.
Standard message type used in SAP . Read more

eCATT Security Guide

The security guide provides an overview of the security-relevant information that applies to eCATT.
The aim of this guide is to help you make informed choices about your security policy in your testing environment by explaining the authorizations required for different kinds of eCATT users. It also explains the security features implemented to protect your systems from unwanted GUI scripting access.

Download eCATT Security Guide

List of All BAPI

BAPIs (Business Application Programming Interfaces) are the standard SAP interfaces. They play an important role in the technical integration and in the exchange of business data between SAP components, and between SAP and non-SAP components. BAPIs enable you to integrate these components and are therefore an important part of developing integration scenarios where multiple components are connected to each other, either on a local network or on the Internet.
BAPIs allow integration at the business level, not the technical level. This provides for greater stability of the linkage and independence from the underlying communication technology. Read more