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  • » Next Generation ABAP Development (upd)
    we turn our attention to user interface logic In the sample application requirements there are a group of internal users who are full time SAP GUI users and who need powerful reporting tools Therefore weâ ll learn how to build a classic Dynpro screen on top of the Model View Controller MVC which uses the ALV Object Model for its reporting output Chapter 12 Web Dynpro ABAP Since most of the sample applicationâ s users are not SAP GUI users weâ ll look at how you can build a Web Dynpro user interface for these users This chapter will focus on real world Web Dynpro applications that contain multiple component usages ALV integration and table popins Sounds already as if this is a book written by people who know what is required out there now and what is going to come fairly soon Especially Chapter 11 is something I come across a lot in my day to day work But there is one more Chapter 16 RSS Feed Using an ICF Service Node In this chapter weâ ll examine how Internet Communication Framework ICF Service Nodes can be combined with XML processing in ABAP to produce interesting Web 2 0 type projects As the final example of the book weâ ll implement an RSS Feed using these technologies Right this is probably not something that most companies would use right here and now but RSS feed implementation will soon become very commonplace for most ERP installations and not just for a chosen disruptive and experimental few Still a very interesting topic indeed On the whole I am thrilled and can t wait until the beginning of August when this book comes out it says the book hits the shelves on SDN but there must be a misunderstanding maybe it s SAP s shelves Jung and Heilman crammed all this into 330 pages and a CD with examples which suggests that not too much detail is provided The 17 chapters cover a mighty lot of ground have written a total of 485 pages which seems ample considering they are covering a mighty lot of ground here But let s wait and see UPDATE Whilst sappress com announces the book for release in August 2007 I managed to order an english version of it at Galileo Press SAP PressGermany Let s see what happens Stefan Proksch technical editor of Galileo Press kindly explained in the comments why Galileo Press released the book already He also told me that there will be a German version of the book to be released in August this year This entry was posted in ABAP Bookmark the permalink 6 thoughts on Next Generation ABAP Development upd Permalink Stefan July 11 2007 at 6 17am The book has 485 pages the 330 was a ballpark figure when Rich and Thomas began writing Best Stefan Permalink Michael Koch July 11 2007 at 7 29am That s more like it Thanks for this Stefan Do you know why the book

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  • » Starship Enterprisey – I love ABAP
    for the future Fasten your seat belts Warp 9 Mr Sulu This entry was posted in ABAP Blogosphere SAP Market and tagged Craig Cmehil Starship Enterprisey Thomas Jung Bookmark the permalink 4 thoughts on Starship Enterprisey I love ABAP Permalink Thomas Otter July 11 2007 at 3 02pm Michael thanks for kind words glad to hear you are listening If you like you could come on the show and talk about what you are up to in the UK Permalink Michael Koch July 11 2007 at 3 35pm Thank you You know I was talking about the other Thomas M Permalink Thomas Otter July 11 2007 at 4 45pm indeed hitting the bullseye is good enough for me Permalink Pixelbase Ltd July 16 2008 at 9 49pm the Enterprisey Blog and feed so I reflected the changes on here Some time ago I wrote about the I Love ABAP episode which I can only highly recommend to you Craig keeps on churning out this stuff I don t Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009

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  • » Starship Enterprisey
    Koch Craig and Thomas have really hit bullseye with their I love ABAP podcast on the strangely named Starship Enterprisey Radio Interviewing Thomas Jung of SAP Labs the three of them once and for all do away with some of the prejudices and flawed opinions that seem to have manifested themselves over the last few years I have always liked Thomas blog contributions on SDN and I have to admit that his posts have helped me along quite a few times in my daily work Thomas is a true Guru and totally passionate about everything ABAP The podcast also does a tremendously good job in outlining where ABAP is heading to for the future Fasten your seat belts Warp 9 Mr Sulu Posted in ABAP Blogosphere SAP Market Tagged Craig Cmehil Starship Enterprisey Thomas Jung 4 Comments About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 July 2008 April 2008 January 2008 November 2007 October 2007 September 2007 August 2007

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  • » Thomas Jung
    is a true Guru and totally passionate about everything ABAP The podcast also does a tremendously good job in outlining where ABAP is heading to for the future Fasten your seat belts Warp 9 Mr Sulu Posted in ABAP Blogosphere SAP Market Tagged Craig Cmehil Starship Enterprisey Thomas Jung 4 Comments About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008

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  • » TechTarget on SAP consulting trends
    intelligence data mgt data warehouse BW BI Reed explains that the surge of New Dimension product installs is triggered by an increased number of installs at medium sized companies I d agree with Reed on this one but would also add that another contributing factor is that only recently companies properly understood the contribution these products can make to their business and how it can provide them with competitive advantage This one made me smile Contrary to what SAP may imply that everyone is moving to 6 0 companies are upgrading to a range of SAP releases On the whole part one two and three of Jon Reed s SAP consulting trends document make a very worthwhile read SearchSAP tends to sometimes pack older SAP career posts into new ones and makes it look as if these were recent but not in this case If you re a SAP Consultant read it Once you ve finished reading it read it again All I would like to see now is a more detailed analysis of the European SAP market This entry was posted in ABAP SAP Market Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November

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  • » SAP jobs present and future
    developers in general This is already gaining momentum as we speak WebDynpro Muse Duet etc One interesting points obviously is how might SAPs big push into the midmarket affect SAP professionals Foote thinks that if you re looking for more responsibility and a wider range of skills then you might want to look at a move to a smaller company However I doubt that a lot of SAP professionals might want to delve into a position that per se promises to be such an overly pressurising environment Foote also mentions that consulting companies are looking for a lot of new people and talent right now These consutling firms are worrying that they are continually understaffed within the SAP area he adds People looking to move into the consulting market will find a strong demand for it within the next 4 5 years Foote reckons however they have to weigh up the lifestyle issues due to travelling etc Foote s view on outsourcing as a danger for SAP professionals The closer you are to the family jewels the more likely it is that companies keep the work on site rather than outsource I really like that comparison In general Foote sees SAP as a great area to work in He encourages people to press their employers hard for retention and remuneration as his observations currently indicate an employees market However he also has some slight warnings ready as he points to the boom and bust of IT security specialists after 9 11 This entry was posted in SAP Market Bookmark the permalink 2 thoughts on SAP jobs present and future Permalink Pixelbase Ltd March 28 2007 at 2 35pm are very much the same as David Foote s statements from back in February this year link to previous post on this

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  • » ABAP
    Keller a complete rewrite This book is the sequel to ABAP Objects An Introduction to Programming SAP Applications from the SAP PRESS series Instead of producing a reworked third edition of the Introduction we have written a new book In this book we are offering our readers a compendium of modern ABAP programming and of the key possibilities of the ABAP Application Server in SAP NetWeaver Modern ABAP programming means programming with ABAP Objects Contrary to the previous book ABAP Objects are no longer treated as an addition to classical ABAP but rather as the underlying programming model Whilst I would say that this is probably not the most eagerly awaited book within the SAP Developer Community no pun intended it certainly is one of the most important book releases for SAP Development Consultants since well the release of earlier version of the book Since the first version has been released a lot has changed in SAP Development land New WAS WebDynpro SOA to name but a few areas One thing that always annoyed me about the original book was that almost 50 of it covers basics of the ABAP programming language which was a pretty redundant part for me Sounds like Keller didn t include this part in his latest re written book on ABAP OO It is also worth noting that this March 2007 release comes along just like its predecessor with a SAP Netweaver Testdrive MiniSAP which saves you from downloading it from SDN Gentlemen please start your engines UPDATE One thing I obvioulsy forgot about was that the books has already been released in German also makes it EUR 10 00 cheaper Posted in ABAP Learning WebDynpro for ABAP Posted on December 22 2006 by Michael Koch WebDynpro for ABAP WD4A is the latest addition to the client independent UI technolgies for SAP applications WD4A was introduced with SAP Netweaver 2004s and complements their range of web user interfaces together with SAP s own Business Server Pages BSP and of course shares the rendering engine with a potential Java Stack ie its older brother WebDynpro for Java With about 18 months of age WD4A is still a very fresh area but will gain momentum quickly due to the large dissemination of ABAP skills What can you do and where can you look for help should you decide for yourself to lern more about WebDynpro for ABAP Some link recommendation are below Since ABAP OO is a prerequisite for WD4A Keller Krueger s ABAP OO book has to be the first recommendation in order to pratice any code examples it is advisable to install the NW 2004s Trial system from the SAP NetWeaver Trials and Previews section on SDN but make sure you install the latest bugfix and use the latest 6 40 SAP GUI version you ll save yourself a lot of time and hassle Ulli Hoffmann s Web Dynpro for ABAP book has all the hallmarks of becoming a classic it seems With a lot

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  • » This Week in SAP
    who is Bill Thorsten Franz and his thoughts on WebDynpro ABAP s old and wrinkly brother ABA P Dynpro I agree with Thorsten that we should have more direction and innovation from SAP on this UI technology It s old yes but still the one that is most used Xcode SOAP and iPhone Gerwin de Groot shows us how it s done German Austrian and Swiss SAP Customers ignore Cloud and Mobile a confidence gain for SAP products and talk of de emotionalised support issues at Silicon de english version and finally my own favourite of the week comes from SAP s Juergen Schmerder who does a very good job at cleansing a muddy River that has been flowing recently You tweetin at me blackbirdpie id 36951202654584832 blackbirdpie id 36941494740992002 This entry was posted in Uncategorized Bookmark the permalink One thought on This Week in SAP Permalink Tweets that mention Pixelbase This Week in SAP Topsy com February 15 2011 at 10 46pm This post was mentioned on Twitter by thomas wailgum Jon Reed Jon Reed said news This Week in SAP http dlvr it GgmXP via jonerp Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010

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