The ABAP development environment
Understanding workbench components
SAP Advanced Business Application Programming is the popular enterprise programming language developed by SAP and used by some of the largest organisations in the world to run their business systems. ABAP can be used for developing applications for the SAP R/3 system and even parts of its Basis system. Its latest version, ABAP Objects, supports object-oriented programming and can be used to extend R/3 applications to add enhancements and meet individual needs. The SAP ABAP programming language improves reusability, maintenance, and quality of the code including productivity.
SAP’s current development platform NetWeaver supports both ABAP and Java. ABAP has an abstraction between the business applications, the operating system, and database. This ensures that applications do not depend directly upon a specific server or database platform and can easily be ported from one platform to another.
The certificate program offered by Montreal College enables students to execute their own ABAP code and trace the flow of a program by use of debugging techniques in a commercial environment.
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Students and working professionals who have a knack for programming and wish to gain expertise in object-oriented ABAP Development. Also, experienced SAP functional consultants looking to learn ABAP skills or SAP BASIS consultants wanting to expand their knowledge should also apply.
SAP ABAP Programming
Learn the fundamental concepts of the ABAP programming language
Implementing a simple dialog
Create simple application programs with user dialogs
Modularizing using subroutines
Implementing function modules
Implementing simple global
Classes and static methods
Certificate of participation in ‘‘SAP ABAP’’ course. Participants upon completion can pursue the following certification: SAP Certified Development Associate- ABAP with SAP NetWeaver 7.40.
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