Friday, 27 January 2012

ABAP/4: Programming the SAP R/3 System

Currently, most of the introduction of SAP ABAP book market offers only a brief summary. ABAP / 4 Programming the SAP R / 3, Bernd Matzke SAP R / 3 to move the heart of the programming language is built on this information. Or develop an SAP R / 3 to protect the foundations of programming language that anyone can use it to develop ABAP / 4 goals fully updated new edition of this definitive guide. 

The basic principles that the ABAP / 4 and explains the basic functions of SAP programming concept. With this book you will learn: commands ABAP / 4 to master new programs to analyze existing standard applications and other applications to write program code * mean * to use function blocks to create your own programs and acquire new skills and a comprehensive set of examples designed to develop skills in programming their own test environments!

The R / 3 4.6 includes new concepts that affect the environment and development program in accordance with the NEW! Characteristics of a completely redesigned user interface explain! The reference section covers the commands of the ABAP 4.6B NEW! Examples of these types of programs developed in this book are examples of SAP 4.6B to transport files containing the source code and R / 3 to work with other versions of the CD-ROM.

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Version of SAP R / 3 4.6 was the introduction of many new features. Some, such as a completely redesigned user interface, seen immediately. However, the user interface hides a number of improvements and additions. This programming language whose functionality has been expanded significantly in R / 3, this is especially true. Additions included in the ABAP language alone are sufficient for a new edition of this book. For this edition, particularly because of the limited time available to me, as well as books covering a wide scope, focus on the supposed basis. Accordingly, except a few exceptions, the book focuses on providing a description of the controls and basics of ABAP programming. 

Although many readers asked for these reasons, unfortunately, beyond the borders of questions in this book can not contain a description of the language pure. These problems, for example, the workflow includes the planning and control of batch input interface again. This book, with my work, I want to thank everyone who helped me directly or indirectly. First, I would have been impossible to write this book without the help of the generous companies SAP and IXOS Addison-Wesley, I want to mention. Giving their time to answer my questions patiently detailed SAP, employees, and thus find for me and my special thanks to SAP R / 3 and ABAP.-Bernd Matzke, Delitzsch, October 17, 1999 was much easier to understand

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