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SAP Advanced Business Application Programming ABAP

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SAP Advanced Business Application Programming SAP ABAP is a programming tool used to develop all of R/3’s applications and even parts of its Basis system. It is more than just the language. It is a set of professional tools used to extend R/3 applications to add enhancements and meet individual needs.

It can be used independent of SAP software to develop your own applications. The SAP ABAP programming language will improve reusability, maintenance and quality of the code including productivity. Also, ABAP is keyword oriented. It supports prototyping-based program development and structured programming.


Lida Navab Pour
“(Lida) has considerable expertise on this subject, theoretical knowledge and extensive practical skills. She is not only very competent but also possesses great educational abilities”

Adriano Baroni
Skilled consultant in Supply Chain & Logistics: over 4 years of experience in concepting and remodeling functional processes through ERP systems.



Our curriculum broadly covers the following areas

  • ERP
  • SAP (System Application Product)
  • ASAP (Accelerated SAP)
  • SAP R/3 Architecture
  • ABAP Workbench
  • ABAP Dictionary
  • Basic Programming
  • Formation Techniques
  • Selection Screens
  • Work area
  • User defined Non Elementary data type
  • ABAP Database Access
  • Internal Tables
  • Modularization
  • Reports
  • Screen Objects
  • Developer Tool
  • Global Memory
  • Data Transfer Procedures
  • SAP Scripts
  • SMARTFORMS (Concepts)


Certificate of Participation in ‘SAP ABAP’ course.


Follow through Certifications

The professionals treading this path can pursue the following certification:

  • SAP Certified Development Associate – ABAP with SAP NetWeaver 7.02

Who should do this course?

Students and working professionals who wish to gain expertise in Object Oriented ABAP Development.



  • Session one
    12 October 2018
    29 09 18
  • Session two
    08 February 2019
    31 01 18
  • Session three
    15 July 2019
    09 06 19