The term “New General Ledger” has existed in the SAP world for several years. In S/4HANA, this has now become the standard. It offers users many new, helpful, and exciting functions. This article is about the basics and advantages that the new general ledger has to offer, and which new functions are included.
This article is about the development of a machine learning model. Technical progress contributes to a sharp increase in system complexity. The manual maintenance of machines, system components and production lines is correspondingly more complex and expensive. This is why automated maintenance is becoming increasingly important in the manufacturing industry.
DBSQL_REDIRECT_INCONSISTENCY –I have come across a lot of “dumps” during the years as an ABAP developer. But this was new. What had happened?
Maic, who is an ABAP cookbook author reports on hurdles and solutions for dealing with S / 4HANA-related changes in the data model of logistics.
During these times of the pandemic, more and more activities have been shifting to remote work, here in Germany known as “home office”. This additional data traffic has been increasingly burdening the infrastructure and there is a requirement to keep certain functions of an application available, even in areas free of Wi-fi and mobile communications. [Read more…]
There has been the convenient option of creating CDS views in Eclipse and publishing them via annotation on the SAP Gateway since SAP Netweaver 7.4 SP05. Using the available templates in the SAP WebIDE, you can easily generate an interface for the CDS views. This creates a complete SAP Fiori application with just a few [Read more…]
A CodeJam has always been a challenge for participants. I learned this a few days ago when Ingo Bräuninger lectured at a Codejam event that took place on 10.05.2019, regarding the “ABAP Restful Programming Model”.
Ingo Bräuninger is an old hand in the SAP business and knows exactly how the old world is ticking and how [Read more…]
In the third blog post in the Unit Tests series, our developers Max and Basti, use a sample tutorial to demonstrate the implementation of unit tests. They use the Eclipse development environment and follow the test-driven development approach.
The first step to implement unit tests in ABAP is to create a global class. [Read more…]
The SAP Inside Track was the reason for my first visit to the city although it took place just on the outskirts. It seems as if I´ve been in Hannover more often than in Berlin. I am an occasional ABAP programmer with reports that fortunately rarely go live (if they do so it is usually [Read more…]
The development environment Eclipse became known through the programming language Java. For some years, though, Eclipse has also supported programming with ABAP. Many Java developers swear by the development environment as it offers many opportunities to simplify development and improve the quality of the source code. [Read more…]