How to Change the Theme of Your ABAP Workbench Tools?


I got a lots of questions for my previous post, Where Can You Find Your ABAP Source Code?. You asked me about what theme I use when I work in ABAP Workbench. A few of you really liked the dark theme, I used during the recordings. This is a custom font and color scheme.

Subscribe for SAP: Getting Started Challenge


I hope you enjoyed watching the SAP: Getting Started course last week.

If you are interested in other SAP courses, then participate on our SAP: Getting Started Challenge this Thursday, 14th of January, 2016.

Answer 3 questions from the course, and if you are among the first 25 people with correct answers, you will get a 1 MONTH FREE pass to Pluralsight.

Learning SAP is not hard...

SAP: Getting Started - Coming Soon

Have you ever wondered about to start learning SAP? ... but you have not even started it yet, because others always say “learning SAP is hard”?

If you just start with SAP or you just want to deepen your knowledge of SAP, then you are in the right place!

I am happy to announce that my newest SAP online training for beginners will be available soon on the very popular online training platform, called Pluralsight.

How to Make Your Life Difficult in Three Different Ways?

How to Make Your Life Difficult in Three Different Ways?

As an ABAP developer, writing ABAP programs is easy as 1 + 1. First, we learn the basic syntax, then - as a next step - we try to modify code written by other developers, and finally we write our first ABAP program independently. That’s it!

There is no difference, even if we talk about ABAP Dictionary: we learn the basic features of ABAP Dictionary – we learn how to create domains, data elements, or database tables – then we try to modify objects created by others, and finally we build our very first structure, database tables, or view. This is the learning curve that a beginner ABAP Developer usually follows.

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As you complete this course, you will acquire the necessary knowledge to plan and construct ABAP Dictionary objects in your SAP system, and you will be able to create and manage a central meta-data repository for your database that reduces the redundancy, the maintenance costs, and improves the efficiency. After the course, you can apply this knowledge whether you work on a simple in-house development, or a complex project.

3 Things You Should Know About ABAP Dictionary - Reusability


Right now, I'm pretty close to finish my first Pluralsight course, called Understanding ABAP Dictionary. As I mentioned the title of the blog post series, I want to share you 3 Things You Should Know About ABAP Dictionary, and we have already talked about two: Meta-Data Consistency and Data Consistency.

Today, it's the time to talk about the third one, named Reusability. If you think about the reusability a bit, then you recognize that it carries both the Meta-Data and the Data consistency itself by default. This is because, if we reuse our Domains, Data Elements, Structures, Table Types and so on, then probably it's much-much easier provide Meta-Data and Data consistency, since we reuse the different objects, so we need to maintain less objects, and we probably make fewer mistakes and typos also.

There is one more benefit of reusing our building blocks in the ABAP Dictionary: you can save both time and money!

3 Things You Should Know About ABAP Dictionary - Data Consistency


In the previous post, we talked about how we can provide Meta-Data Consistency through applying the Two-Level Domain Concept, or defining Global Structures and Table Types.

As you could see, ABAP Dictionary can really help you to build databases that are flexible for the future changes, consistent in order to provide high-quality data, and centralized to decrease the implementation and maintenance costs.

Today, we are going to focus on the consistency again, but within that the data consistency.