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  2. 2. Introduction to SAP ABAP 1.1. What is SAP R/3 1.2. SAP R 3 architecture and where ABAP fits in 2.1. ABAP Development Workbench Tools 2.2. Object Navigator 2.3. Workbench Organizer 2.4. Data Dictionary 2.5. Menu Painter 2.6. Screen Painter ABAP Dictionary 3.1 Tables * Two Level Domain concept * Technical Setting * Table Access performance * Input Checks 3.2 Views 3.3 Search Help
  3. 3. ABAP Programming Techniques 4.1. Reports Statement * Line Size * Line-count * Message * Page Heading * Report Comment Section 4.2 Declarations * Tables * Includes * Variables (Data Types and Data Objects) * Structures * Internal Table * Constants 4.3. Selection Screen / Input Fields * Parameters * Select - Options
  4. 4. History of ABAP ABAP is a proprietary programming language of SAP and ABAP stands for “Advanced Business Application Programming”. Originally, known as Allgemeiner Berichts-Aufbereitungs-Prozessor, German for general report creation processor ABAP is a 4th Generation Programming Language and was first developed in 1980s. By 1990s most of SAP’s application software and systems were written in ABAP. In 1999 ABAP was extended to include Object Oriented Programming. SAP’s most recent development is on ABAP as well as JAVA platform.
  5. 5. ABAP Workbench The ABAP Workbench includes all the tools required for maintaining Repository Objects for development of application programs. The various tools are: ABAP Editor Data Dictionary Menu Painter Screen Painter Function Builder Debugger Object Navigator
  6. 6. ABAP Keys: There are 2 types of Keys in SAP ABAP: 1. Developer’s Key 2. Access Key ABAP Developer’s Key: Developer key Allows a user to develop custom objects (can be new programs, database tables, functions, or any other work bench object). A SAP Developer requires 2 things to work on custom development object usin ABAP Workbench and they are: 1. Authorization to work with ABAP Workbench object 2. Developer Access key Above both, are assigned to the SAP user depending on their role, by the BASIS Team usually.
  7. 7. Section 1: Introduction to ABAP Workbench Tools This area focuses on the understanding of the ABAP Workbench and the Object Navigator. Section 2: Introduction to the ABAP Editor In this section you will focus on an understanding of how to create a simple program, concentrating on coding structure & syntax. Additionally you will learn how to use the ABAP Editor. There is also an introduction to the ABAP Debugger. Section 3: Introduction to the ABAP Dictionary Here the student will develop a basic understanding of how to create ABAP Dictionary objects & how the Dictionary functions in the support of code development as well as learn how to navigate dictionary objects.
  8. 8. Data Transfer Methods Overview of Data Transfer External Data Access * Data Analysis and data files * Upload and download data from / to presentation server Standard data transfer program * Direct Input Method * BDC program * Call transaction Program Transaction Recorder Data Transfer Workbench Concepts Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW) BAPIs (Introduction as a data transfer method)
  9. 9. Dialog Programming Introduction to Dialog Programming Screen Painter Screen Elements for Input/Output Subscreens Tabstrips Table Controls Menu Painter Create GUI Status & Title Bar Create Menu Bar for a Screen Define function Keys Create Application Tool Bar for a Screen Screen Flow Logic Understand screen flow logic Create Process After Input and Process before Output modules
  10. 10. DEBUGGINGCONCEPTS Break points Watch points MODULARIZATIONTECHNIQUES Subroutines Function Modules Macros INCLUDE programs