Web Dynpro ABAP for Practitioners

Author: Ulrich Gellert
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642382479
Format: PDF
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Web Dynpro ABAP, a NetWeaver web application user interface tool from SAP, enables web programming connected to SAP Systems. The authors’ main focus was to create a book based on their own practical experience. Each chapter includes examples which lead through the content step-by-step and enable the reader to gradually explore and grasp the Web Dynpro ABAP process. The authors explain in particular how to design Web Dynpro components, the data binding and interface methods, and the view controller methods. They also describe the other SAP NetWeaver Elements (ABAP Dictionary, Authorization) and the integration of the Web Dynpro Application into the SAP NetWeaver Portal. The new edition has been expanded to include chapters on subjects such as POWER Lists; creating the Modal Windows and External Windows; using Web Dynpro application parameters and Shared Objects to communicate between the Web Dynpro ABAP Application and Business Server Pages; and creating multi-language mails using Web Dynpro ABAP.

Inside Web Dynpro for Java

Author: Chris Whealy
Publisher: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 9781592290925
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This updated and completely revised second edition of Inside Web Dynpro for Java covers everything you need to know to leverage the full power of Web Dynpro for Java - taking you well beyond the standard drag and drop functionality. For this second edition, sections on the migration of legacy applications have been added, as well as another entirely new section devoted to integration topics. In addition, you'll find key details on the portal, Adobe Document Services, Business Graphics Server, MS Office, and mobile applications, and much more. General architecture Coding principles in Web Dynpro Dynamic UI generation The Common Model Interface The Adaptive RFC layer Web Dynpro phase model Class and Interface Reference

Visual Analytics of Movement

Author: Gennady Andrienko
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642375839
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Many important planning decisions in society and business depend on proper knowledge and a correct understanding of movement, be it in transportation, logistics, biology, or the life sciences. Today the widespread use of mobile phones and technologies like GPS and RFID provides an immense amount of data on location and movement. What is needed are new methods of visualization and algorithmic data analysis that are tightly integrated and complement each other to allow end-users and analysts to extract useful knowledge from these extremely large data volumes. This is exactly the topic of this book. As the authors show, modern visual analytics techniques are ready to tackle the enormous challenges brought about by movement data, and the technology and software needed to exploit them are available today. The authors start by illustrating the different kinds of data available to describe movement, from individual trajectories of single objects to multiple trajectories of many objects, and then proceed to detail a conceptual framework, which provides the basis for a fundamental understanding of movement data. With this basis, they move on to more practical and technical aspects, focusing on how to transform movement data to make it more useful, and on the infrastructure necessary for performing visual analytics in practice. In so doing they demonstrate that visual analytics of movement data can yield exciting insights into the behavior of moving persons and objects, but can also lead to an understanding of the events that transpire when things move. Throughout the book, they use sample applications from various domains and illustrate the examples with graphical depictions of both the interactive displays and the analysis results. In summary, readers will benefit from this detailed description of the state of the art in visual analytics in various ways. Researchers will appreciate the scientific precision involved, software technologists will find essential information on algorithms and systems, and practitioners will profit from readily accessible examples with detailed illustrations for practical purposes.

SAP ABAP

Author: Sushil Markandeya
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430248041
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) offers a detailed tutorial on the numerous features of the core programming platform, used for development for the entire SAP software suite. SAP ABAP uses hands on business oriented use cases and a valuable dedicated e-resource to demonstrate the underlying advanced concepts of the OO ABAP environment and the SAP UI. SAP ABAP covers the latest version (NetWeaver 7.3 and SAP application programming release 6.0) of the platform for demonstrating the customization and implementation phases of the SAP software implementation. Void of theoretical treatments and preoccupation with language syntax, SAP ABAP is a comprehensive, practical one stop solution,which demonstrates and conveys the language’s commands and features through hands on examples. The accompanying e-resource is a take off point to the book. SAP ABAP works in tandem with the accompanying e-resource to create an interactive learning environment where the book provides a brief description and an overview of a specified feature/command, showing and discussing the corresponding code. At the reader's option, the user can utilize the accompanying e-resource, where a step-by-step guide to creating and running the feature’s object is available. The presentation of the features is scenario oriented, i.e. most of the features are demonstrated in terms of small business scenarios. The e-resource contains the scenario descriptions, screen shots, detailed screen cams and ABAP program source to enable the reader to create all objects related to the scenario and run/execute them. The underlying concepts of a feature/command are conveyed through execution of these hands-on programs. Further exercises to be performed independently by the reader are also proposed. The demonstration/illustration objects including the programs rely on some of the SAP application tables being populated, for example an IDES system which is now a de facto system for all SAP training related activities.

The Future of FinTech

Author: Bernardo Nicoletti
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319514156
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This book provides an introduction to the state of the art in financial technology (FinTech) and the current applications of FinTech in digital banking. It is a comprehensive guide to the various technologies, products, processes, and business models integral to the FinTech environment. Covering key definitions and characteristics, models and best practice, as well as presenting relevant case studies related to FinTech and e-Business, this book helps build a theoretical framework for future discussion.

Object Services in ABAP

Author: Christian Assig
Publisher: Galileo Press
ISBN: 9781592293391
Format: PDF
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Object Services provide ABAP applications with various central services that are not directly covered by ABAP objects, and this practical book introduces proven solutions for the use of these standard services. It also teaches you how to easily link Object Services with user interface elements, or enhance them elsewhere with useful functions. Functional Scope in Detail Get essential details on the standard functions of Object Services (Persistence Service, Transaction Service, Query Service) as well as the technological basic principles of their implementation and their internal functioning. Enhancement Options Understand suggested enhancements for the functional scope of Object Services, such as options for reloading and releasing objects, the integration of plausibility checks, the automated processing of the SAP Lock Concept, and much more. Direct Benefits Learn to implement applications and entire systems on a completely object-oriented basis, allowing you to take full advantage of the benefits of Object Services. Your ABAP programs become more stable, re-usable, faster, and easier to maintain.Cross-Release Descriptions Increase your knowledge of further developments of Object Services, up to and including SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Release 7.0 EhP2.

ABAP Objects

Author: Horst Keller
Publisher: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 9781592290796
Format: PDF, ePub
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'ABAP Objects' comprehensively covers the new object oriented generation of SAP's programming language ABAP.

Practical Guide to SAP ABAP

Author: Thomas Stutenbumer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530273065
Format: PDF
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This book offers a comprehensive practical guide to SAP ABAP for ABAP professionals. Part I of this two-part series lays the groundwork with ABAP basics. Readers will learn fundamental methods and procedures for everyday ABAP use- for example, how to download files from SAP directories to workstations. Dive into the SAP Data Dictionary and how it works. Get detailed information on effective debugging techniques and how to use the SAP Debugger. Clarify when it is best to use standard SAP tables vs. Z-tables. Get expert developer tips and tricks including how to navigate ALV grid lists. Understand the documentation programs available to you and how to use them. Obtain useful reference lists of SAP transactions and SAP database tables. By using practical examples, tips, and screenshots, the author brings readers up to speed on the fundamentals of SAP ABAP. - How to get the most out of SAP ABAP - Guide for understanding and using the SAP Data Dictionary - Beginner and advanced debugging techniques - Expert ABAP development techniques

Foundations of Java for ABAP Programmers

Author: Alistair Rooney
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 9781430201403
Format: PDF
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First and only book on the Java 5, including new Java EE 5, for SAP/ABAB programmers The author has given the first course of its kind in Belgium, and employs his experience and approach in this book More Java development or exposure to Java needed by SAP/ABAP programmers and developers as evidenced by NetWeaver, for example

CIMA Pass First Time

Author: David Harris
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 9780080963068
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Now in its second edition, Pass First Time! is the ultimate guide to passing your CIMA exams. Fully revised and updated for the new 2010 syllabus and written by a CIMA examiner, it’s packed with useful hints and tips that will help you: * improve the way you study * find out just what the examiners are looking for * avoid the most common pitfalls * earn all the marks you deserve Illustrated throughout, and with summarising mind-maps at the end of each chapter, this book will give you the best possible chance of passing your CIMA exams – first time! ‘Writing a CIMA exam is difficult if you do not know how to approach it. David really makes it easy by giving step-by-step advice about understanding what the examiner wants, how to make best use of your time and how to structure your answer in such a way that maximum marks can be scored.’ Henry van Rooyen, Business Manager & TOPCIMA student ‘Pass First Time! gives an insight into the way examiners think and what they want from the students. It also gives tips on study techniques and time keeping, making it a very useful read.’ Alina V S-Botha, CIMA Lecturer, South Africa David R Harris is a management consultant, freelance lecturer, author and CIMA examiner. David specialises in advising smaller organisations on strategy. Neil Sullivan is a freelance author and illustrator with many years’ experience in advertising. - There are 90,000 CIMA students in the UK studying independently and needing practical advice on how to learn, take exams, and succeed: this book is the only book on the market that provides this advice tailored specifically for their exams - Written by a CIMA examiner and tutor, giving real-life guidance "from the horse's mouth" - Full of illustrations, mind-maps and cartoons to illustrate how best to learn in a user-friendly way