Item description for Software Development for SAP R/3: Data Dictionary, ABAP/4, Interfaces by Ulrich Mende...
The SAP R/3 system has become the leading business information standard system worldwide. It has its own development environment based on the 4GL language ABAP/4. The ABAP/4 workbench presented in this book is built on the enterprise-wide data model of R/3 and contains all the tools needed for effective development of large program systems in distributed teams. To develop the R/3 modules, even SAP makes exclusive use of the ABAP/4 workbench. The book explains how to apply the development environment for R/3 users and advisors to extend and adapt the system to their special needs. It does so using numerous reusable examples in ABAP/4. The text focuses especially on how to solve interface problems and on the integration of desktop PCs into R/3. Source code for all examples is included on the accompanying diskette.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.76" Width: 7.85" Height: 1.05" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 13, 2000
ISBN 3540647856 ISBN13 9783540647850
Reviews - What do customers think about Software Development for SAP R/3: Data Dictionary, ABAP/4, Interfaces?
Would not recommend it! Jun 11, 2004
I agree with the reviewer from Wyoming. This book is poorly written (at least it is in englist). The code examples have errors and typos in them that leave you debugging the code examples to try to figure out the what point the writer was trying to make. The German version may be good, but I would not recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn SAP.
A thin (!) ABAP book ! Jun 26, 2001
The usual ABAP book is about 850 pages long. This one is a meagre 320 or so. This book is very good. It packs a lot of information into its 320 pages, whereas the other ABAP books get off on tangents, or add lots of stuff you really don't need.
I did not really understand this book until I read Ken Greenwood's "ABAP in 21 Days" - which I would highly recommend. But after Greenwood, this book is a "walk in the park", and is really detailed and clear (despite a few minor translation issues).
a tough read Oct 23, 2000
at times the book seems as if it was taken directly from a german to english translator program and published. there are sections that are nearly impossible to read without a couple of passes. i had hoped to use this as a text for abap training, but it is somewhat confusing to follow, and offers very little detail beyond what can be taken from abap on-line help. there are bright points, such as some of the dialog programming discussion, but overall, i think there are better development books available.
A good book for overview picture of abap programming Jun 11, 2000
This book give you a whole picture for software development of abap programming. For detail, online help should be consulted.