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SAP ABAP Training Institute in noida - ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages (4GLs) first developed in the 1980s. It was originally the report language for SAP R/2, a platform that enabled large corporations to build mainframe business applications for materials management and financial and management accounting.


ABAP used to be an abbreviation of Allgemeiner BerichtsAufbereitungsProzessor, German for "generic report preparation processor", but was later renamed to the English Advanced Business Application Programming. ABAP was one of the first languages to include the concept of Logical Databases (LDBs), which provides a high level of abstraction from the basic database level(s).


The ABAP language was originally used by developers to develop the SAP R/3 platform. It was also intended to be used by SAP customers to enhance SAP applications – customers can develop custom reports and interfaces with ABAP programming. The language is fairly easy to learn[opinion] for programmers but it is not a tool for direct use by non-programmers. Knowledge of relational database design and preferably also of object-oriented concepts is necessary to create ABAP programs.


ABAP remains as the language for creating programs for the client-server R/3 system, which SAP first released in 1992. As computer hardware evolved through the 1990s, more and more of SAP's applications and systems were written in ABAP. By 2001, all but the most basic functions were written in ABAP. In 1999, SAP released an object-oriented extension to ABAP called ABAP Objects, along with R/3 release 4.6.


SAP's current development platform NetWeaver supports both ABAP and Java.


All ABAP programs reside inside the SAP database. They are not stored in separate external files like Java or C++ programs. In the database all ABAP code exists in two forms: source code, which can be viewed and edited with the ABAP Workbench tools; and generated code, a binary representation somewhat comparable with Java bytecode.SAP ABAP Training Institute in noida ABAP programs execute under the control of the runtime system, which is part of the SAP kernel. The runtime system is responsible for processing ABAP statements, controlling the flow logic of screens and responding to events (such as a user clicking on a screen button); in this respect it can be seen as a Virtual Machine comparable with the Java VM.SAP ABAP Training Institute in noida - A key component of the ABAP runtime system is the Database Interface, which turns database-independent ABAP statements ("Open SQL") into statements understood by the underlying DBMS ("Native SQL"). The database interface handles all the communication with the relational database on behalf of ABAP programs; it also contains extra features such as buffering of tables and frequently accessed data in the local memory of the application server.SAP ABAP Training Institute in noida

1. Introduction to SAP
  • Introduction & Overview of SAP
  • SAP modules at a Glance
2. ABAP Dictionary Concepts
  • Tables, Data Elements and Domains
  • Transparent, Pooled and clustered tables
  • Buffering, Indexes etc.
  • Structure, Table types and Type pools
  • Views, Search helps and Lock objects
3. Data Types
  • Character, Integer
  • Numeric Character
  • Floating Point
  • Packed Decimals
  • Time, Date, Strings
4. Loops & Branches
  • Do, Do n times, While
  • If, If Else, if Ladder, Case
  • Small Programs
  • Factorial program
  • Indentation
  • Code Inspector
  • Extended Program Check
5. ABAP Programming Basics
  • I/O Statements, Formatting commands
  • String and Date operations and System fields
  • Fields Strings
  • Text Elements
  • Open SQL statements and performance issues
  • Messages (Creating and Calling etc.)
  • Modularization (Subroutines, Function Modules and Includes)
  • Field Symbols
  • Debugging programs (Break Point, Watch points etc.)
  • Extended syntax check
  • Runtime Analysis, Performance Trace
6. Structures & Internal Tables
  • Over View of Structures
  • Similar Structures creation
  • Different Structures
  • Different structures with Extra Fields
  • Over View of Internal Tables
  • Similar Internal tables creation
  • Different Internal tables
  • Different Internal tables with Extra Fields
  • Modify Operation on Internal Table
  • Delete Operation on Internal Tables
  • Sorting Of internal tables (Sort)
  • Searching Techniques Of internal Table
7. Modularization Techniques
  • Over view of Modularization
  • Macros
  • Includes
  • Subroutines
  • Function Modules
8. Reports
  • Classical Report Events
  • Control Level Commands (AT First, AT New etc).,
  • Selection Screen: Parameters
  • Select –options and variants
  • Selection screen designing
  • Interactive report events
  • Menu painter: Designing and calling GUI Status
  • System fields of reports
  • ALV reporting
9. Module Pools
  • Over view of Module pools
  • Creation of Create button
  • Creation of Display
  • Creation of Sub screens
  • Creation of Tab Strip
  • Creation of Table Control
  • Creation of Save button to update Data Base
10. Dialog Programs
  • ABAP Memory and SAP Memory
  • LUW and Update bundling technique
  • Screens, flow logic events and Module pool
  • Basic Screen elements (I/O field, Radio buttons and Check box etc.,)
  • Maintaining screen sequences (Set screen, Call Screen and leave to screen)
  • Calling Programs (Submit, Call Transaction)
  • Sub screens and modal Screens
  • Table Controls, and Tabstrips
11. File Handling
  • Data Transfer Scenarios and methods
  • BDC session method (Creating, Processing, Analyzing and Correction errors in Sessions)
  • Recording Technique
  • BI Session features, Status and OK codes
  • Call Transaction method (Options, Tracing errors and Correction)
  • Background Processing (Creating, Scheduling and Monitoring Jobs)
12. SAP Scripts
  • Form designing (Pages, Windows, Page windows and Paragraphs etc.)
  • SAP Script symbols
  • Control commands
  • Standard Text and Styles
  • Inserting Logos (TIFF and Bitmap images)
  • Modifications to Form and Print program
  • Debugging, copying forms etc.
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