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1 Introduction to ERP and SAP

1.1 Historical Overview

1.2 Understanding an ERP System

1.2.1 What Is ERP?

1.2.2 ERP vs. Non-ERP Systems

1.2.3 Advantages of an ERP System

1.3 Introduction to SAP

1.3.1 Modules in SAP

1.3.2 Types of Users

1.3.3 Role of an ABAP Consultant

1.3.4 Changing and Adapting the Data Structure

1.4 ABAP Overview

1.4.1 Types of Applications

1.4.2 RICEF Overview

1.5 System Requirements

1.6 Summary

2 Architecture of an SAP System

2.1 Introduction to the Three-Tier Architecture

2.2 SAP Implementation Overview

2.2.1 SAP GUI: Presentation Layer

2.2.2 Application Servers and Message Servers: Application Layer

2.2.3 Database Server/RDBMS: Database Layer

2.3 Data Structures

2.3.1 Client Overview

2.3.2 Client-Specific and Cross-Client Data

2.3.3 Repository

2.3.4

2.3.5 Transport Organizer

2.4 Summary

3 Introduction to the ABAP Environment

3.1 SAP Environment

3.1.1 ABAP Programming Environment

3.1.2 Logging On to the SAP Environment

3.1.3 Elements of the SAP Screen

3.1.4 Transaction Codes

3.1.5 Navigating and Opening Transactions

3.2 ABAP Workbench Overview

3.2.1 ABAP Editor

3.2.2 Function Builder

3.2.3 Class Builder

3.2.4 Screen Painter

3.2.5 Menu Painter

3.2.6 ABAP Data Dictionary

3.2.7 Object Navigator

3.3 Eclipse IDE Overview

3.4 Summary

4 ABAP Programming Concepts

4.1 General Program Structure

4.1.1 Global Declarations

4.1.2 Procedural

4.2 ABAP Syntax

4.2.1 Basic Syntax Rules

4.2.2 Chained Statements

4.2.3 Comment Lines

4.3 ABAP Keywords

4.4 Introduction to the TYPE Concept

4.4.1 Data Types

4.4.2 Data Elements

4.4.3 Domains

4.4.4 Data Objects

4.5 ABAP Statements

4.6 Creating Your First ABAP Program

4.7 Summary

5 Structures and Internal Tables

5.1 Defining Structures

5.1.1 When to Define Structures

5.1.2 Local Structures

5.1.3 Global Structures

5.1.4 Working with Structures

5.1.5 Use Cases

5.2 Internal Tables

5.2.1 Defining Internal Tables

5.2.2 Types of Internal Tables

5.2.3 Table Keys

5.2.4 Working with Internal Tables

5.2.5 Control Break Statements

5.3 Introduction to Open SQL Statements

5.3.1 Database Overview

5.3.2 Selecting Data from Database Tables

5.3.3 Selecting Data from Multiple Tables

5.4 Processing Data from Database via Internal Tables and Structures

5.5 Introduction to the Debugger

5.6 Practice

5.7 Summary

6 User Interaction

6.1 Selection Screen Overview

6.1.1 PARAMETERS

6.1.2 SELECT-OPTIONS

6.1.3 SELECTION-SCREEN

6.1.4 Selection Texts

6.2 Messages

6.2.1 Types of Messages

6.2.2 Messages Using Text Symbols

6.2.3 Messages Using Message Classes

6.2.4 Dynamic Messages

6.2.5 Translation

6.3 Summary

7 Modularization Techniques

7.1 Modularization Overview

7.2 Program Structure

7.2.1 Processing Blocks

7.2.2 Event Blocks

7.2.3 Dialog Modules

7.2.4 Procedures

7.3 Events

7.3.1 Program Constructor Events

7.3.2 Reporting Events

7.3.3 Selection Screen Events

7.3.4 List Events

7.3.5 Screen Events

7.4 Procedures

7.4.1 Subroutines

7.4.2 Function Modules

7.4.3 Methods

7.5 Inline Declarations

7.5.1 Assigning Values to Data Objects

7.5.2 Using Inline Declarations with Table Work Areas

7.5.3 Avoiding Helper Variables

7.5.4 Declaring Actual Parameters

7.6 Summary

8 Object-Oriented ABAP

8.1 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

8.1.1 Classes

8.1.2 Methods

8.1.3 Instance and Static Components

8.1.4 Events

8.2 Encapsulation

8.2.1 Component Visibility

8.2.2 Friends

8.2.3 Implementation Hiding

8.3 Inheritance

8.3.1 Inheriting Components

8.3.2 Abstract Classes and Methods

8.3.3 Final Classes and Methods

8.3.4 Composition

8.3.5 Refactoring Assistant

8.4 Polymorphism

8.4.1 Static and Dynamic Types

8.4.2 Casting

8.4.3 Dynamic Binding with the CALL Method

8.4.4 Interfaces

8.5 Working with XML

8.5.1 XML Overview

8.5.2 XML Processing Concepts

8.6 Summary

9 Exception Handling

9.1 Exceptions Overview

9.2 Procedural Exception Handling

9.2.1 Maintaining Exceptions Using Function Modules

9.2.2 Maintaining Exceptions Using Methods

9.2.3 Maintaining Exceptions for Local Classes

9.3 Class-Based Exception Handling

9.3.1 Raising Exceptions

9.3.2 Catchable and Non-Catchable Exceptions

9.3.3 Defining Exception Classes Globally

9.3.4 Defining Exception Classes Locally

9.4 Messages in Exception Classes

9.4.1 Using the Online Text Repository

9.4.2 Using Messages from a Message Class

9.4.3 Using the MESSAGE Addition to Raise an Exception

9.5 Summary

10 ABAP Data Dictionary

10.1 Database Tables

10.1.1 Creating a Database Table

10.1.2 Indexes

10.1.3 Table Maintenance Generator

10.1.4 Foreign Keys

10.1.5 Include Structure

10.1.6 Append Structure

10.2 Views

10.2.1 Database Views

10.2.2 Projection Views

10.2.3 Maintenance Views

10.2.4 Help Views

10.2.5 ABAP CDS Views

10.3 Data Types

10.3.1 Data Elements

10.3.2 Structures

10.3.3 Table Types

10.4 Type Groups

10.5 Domains

10.6 Search Helps

10.6.1 Elementary Search Helps

10.6.2 Collective Search Helps

10.6.3 Assigning a Search Help

10.6.4 Search Help Exits

10.7 Lock Objects

10.8 Summary

11 Persistent Data

11.1 Working with Data in Databases

11.1.1 Open SQL

11.1.2 Logical Unit of Work

11.2 ABAP Object Services

11.2.1 Persistence Service Overview

11.2.2 Building Persistent Classes

11.2.3 Working with Persistent Objects

11.3 File Interfaces

11.3.1 Working with Files in the Application Server

11.3.2 Working with Files in the Presentation Layer

11.4 Data Clusters

11.4.1 Exporting Data Clusters to Databases

11.4.2 Importing Data Clusters

11.5 Security Concepts

11.6 Summary

12 Dialog Programming

12.1 Screen Events

12.2 Screen Elements and Flow Logic

12.2.1 Components of a Dialog Program

12.2.2 Screens

12.2.3 Screen Elements

12.3 Basic Screen Elements

12.3.1 Text Fields

12.3.2 Checkboxes and Radio Buttons

12.3.3 Push Button

12.4 Input/Output Fields

12.5 List Box

12.6 Table Controls

12.6.1 Create a Table Control without a Wizard

12.6.2 Create a Table Control with a Wizard

12.7 Tabstrip Controls

12.8 Subscreens

12.9 Working with Screens

12.9.1 Screen Flow Logic

12.9.2 GUI Status

12.9.3 GUI Title

12.9.4 Modifying Screen Fields Dynamically

12.9.5 Field Help and Input Help

12.9.6 Screen Sequence

12.9.7 Assigning Transaction Codes

12.10 Control Framework

12.10.1 Using Container Controls

12.10.2 Implementing Custom Controls

12.11 Practice

12.11.1 Application Flow

12.11.2 Delete Functionality

12.11.3 Validations and Autofills

12.12 Summary

13 List Screens

13.1 Program Types

13.1.1 Executable Programs

13.1.2 Module Pool Programs

13.1.3 Function Groups

13.1.4 Class Pools

13.1.5 Interface Pools

13.1.6 Subroutine Pools

13.1.7 Type Pools

13.1.8 Include Programs

13.2 Program Execution

13.2.1 Executable Program Flow

13.2.2 Module Pool Program Flow

13.2.3 Calling Programs Internally

13.3 Memory Organization

13.4 List Events

13.4.1 TOP-OF-PAGE

13.4.2 END-OF-PAGE

13.4.3 AT LINE-SELECTION

13.4.4 AT USER-COMMAND

13.5 Basic Lists and Detail Lists

13.6 Classical Reports

13.7 Interactive Reports

13.7.1 HIDE

13.7.2 READ LINE

13.7.3 GET CURSOR

13.7.4 DESCRIBE LIST

13.8 Practice

13.9 Summary

14 Selection Screens

14.1 Defining Selection Screens

14.2 Selection Screen Events

14.3 Input Validations

14.4 Selection Screen Variants

14.4.1 Creating a Variant

14.4.2 Variant Attributes

14.4.3 Table Variables from Table TVARVC

14.4.4 Dynamic Date Calculation

14.4.5 Dynamic Time Calculation

14.4.6 User-Specific Variables

14.5 Executing Programs in the Background

14.6 Displaying and Hiding Screen Elements Dynamically

14.7 Calling Programs via Selection Screens

14.8 Summary

15 ALV Reports

15.1 Standard ALV Reports Using the Reuse Library

15.1.1 List and Grid Display: Simple Reports

15.1.2 Block Display

15.1.3 Hierarchical Sequential Display

15.2 Interactive Reports

15.2.1 Loading a Custom SAP GUI Status

15.2.2 Reacting to User Actions

15.2.3 Printing TOP-OF-PAGE

15.3 ALV Reports Using the Control Framework

15.4 ALV Object Model

15.4.1 Table Display

15.4.2 Hierarchical Display

15.4.3 Tree Object Model

15.5 Summary

16 Dynamic Programming

16.1 Field Symbols

16.1.1 Using Field Symbols to Make Programs Dynamic

16.1.2 Defining Field Symbols

16.1.3 Assigning a Data Object

16.1.4 Checking if a Field Symbol is Assigned

16.1.5 Unassigning a Field Symbol

16.1.6 Casting

16.2 Data References

16.2.1 Defining Reference Variables

16.2.2 Getting Data References

16.2.3 Anonymous Data Objects

16.2.4 Assignment between Reference Variables

16.3 Runtime Type Services

16.3.1 Runtime Type Information

16.3.2 Runtime Type Creation

16.4 Dynamic Token Specification

16.5 Dynamic Procedure Calls

16.6 Dynamic Program Generation

16.7 Summary

17 Debugging

17.1 Classic Debugger

17.1.1 Activating and Using the Classic Debugger

17.1.2 Field View

17.1.3 Table View

17.1.4 Breakpoints View

17.1.5 Watchpoints View

17.1.6 Calls View

17.1.7 Overview View

17.1.8 Settings View

17.1.9 Additional Features

17.2 New Debugger

17.2.1 UI and Tools

17.2.2 Layout and Sessions

17.3 AMDP Debugger

17.4 Using the Debugger to Troubleshoot

17.5 Using the Debugger as a Learning Tool

17.6 Summary

18 Forms

18.1 SAPscripts

18.1.1 Overview and Layout

18.1.2 Creating the Form Layout

18.1.3 Maintaining Window Details

18.1.4 Processing Forms with Function Modules

18.2 Smart Forms

18.2.1 Overview and Layout

18.2.2 Maintaining the Global Settings

18.2.3 Maintaining Elements

18.2.4 Driver Program

18.3 SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe

18.3.1 Form Interface

18.3.2 Form Context and Layout

18.3.3 Driver Program

18.3.4 Downloading the Form as a PDF

18.4 Summary

19 Interfaces

19.1 Batch Data Communication

19.1.1 Direct Input

19.1.2 Batch Input

19.2 Business Application Programming Interface

19.2.1 Business Object Types and Business Components

19.2.2 BAPI Development via BAPI Explorer

19.2.3 Standardized BAPIs

19.2.4 Standardized Parameters

19.2.5 Implementing BAPIs

19.3 EDI/ALE/IDocs

19.3.1 Electronic Data Interchange

19.3.2 Application Link Enabling

19.3.3 Intermediate Documents

19.3.4 System Configurations

19.3.5 Inbound/Outbound Programs

19.4 Legacy System Migration Workbench

19.4.1 Getting Started

19.4.2 Migration Process Steps

19.5 Web Services

19.5.1 Creating a Web Service

19.5.2 Consuming Web Services

19.6 OData Services

19.6.1 Data Model Definition

19.6.2 Service Maintenance

19.6.3 Service Implementation

19.6.4 READ

19.7 XSL Transformations

19.7.1 Serialization

19.7.2 Deserialization

19.8 XML and JSON Data Representation

19.9 WebSockets (ABAP Channels and Messages)

19.9.1 Creating an ABAP Messaging Channel

19.9.2 Creating a Producer Program

19.9.3 Creating a Consumer Program

19.10 Summary

20 Modifications and Enhancements

20.1 Customization Overview

20.2 Modification Overview

20.3 Using Modification Assistant

20.3.1 Modifications to Programs

20.3.2 Modifications to Class Builder

20.3.3 Modifications to Screen Painter

20.3.4 Modifications to Menu Painter

20.3.5 Modifications to ABAP Data Dictionary

20.3.6 Modifications to Function Modules

20.3.7 Resetting to Original

20.4 Using Modification Browser

20.5 Enhancements Overview

20.6 User Exits

20.7 Customer Exits

20.7.1 Create a Customer Exit

20.7.2 Function Module Exits

20.7.3 Screen Exits

20.7.4 Menu Exits

20.8 BAdIs

20.8.1 Overview

20.8.2 Defining a BAdI

20.8.3 Implementing a BAdI

20.8.4 Implementing a Fallback Class

20.8.5 Calling a BAdI

20.9 Enhancement Points

20.9.1 Explicit Enhancements

20.9.2 Implicit Enhancements

20.10 Business Transaction Events

20.10.1 Implementing a BTE

20.10.2 Testing a Custom Function Module

20.11 Summary

21 Test and Analysis Tools

21.1 Overview of Tools

21.2 ABAP Unit

21.2.1 Eliminating Dependencies

21.2.2 Implementing Mock Objects

21.2.3 Writing and Implementing Unit Tests

21.3 Code Inspector

21.4 Selectivity Analysis

21.5 Process Analysis

21.6 Memory Inspector

21.6.1 Creating Memory Snapshots

21.6.2 Comparing Memory Snapshots

21.7 Table Call Statistics

21.8 Performance Trace

21.8.1 Activating and Filtering a Performance Trace

21.8.2 SQL Trace

21.8.3 RFC Trace

21.8.4 Enqueue Trace

21.8.5 Buffer Trace

21.9 ABAP Trace/Runtime Analysis

21.9.1 Running ABAP Trace

21.9.2 Analyzing the Results

21.10 Single-Transaction Analysis

21.11 Dump Analysis

21.12 Summary

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