Brand new SAP ABAP for Beginners - Learn new ABAP syntax
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Brand new SAP ABAP for Beginners - Learn new ABAP syntax

Learn the new features introduced in ABAP 7.40
3.9 (35 ratings)
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Created by Horia Ciuclaru
Last updated 9/2019
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Enhance your SAP ABAP Skills
  • Write ABAP Programs using the new syntax
  • You will have a real competitive advantage and you will make a difference in your work team
Requirements
  • You should already have a basic understanding of ABAP programming
  • Access to a SAP System Netweaver Release 7.40 or higher
Description

Updated January, 2019 

Learn new ABAP syntax - you will have a real competitive advantage

ABAP 7.40 has a lot of new ABAP language constructs which help you to improve your code writing and to keep it compact and clear. In this course I will give you examples of "classic" ABAP and its 7.40 correspondent.

If you ask yourself why you should learn new ABAP syntax, you are going in the right way, because if you want to improve yourself, you have to ask yourself the right questions and to find the right answers. So, first of all you need to learn new ABAP syntax because any ABAP code will be written in this way in the future and secondly with the new ABAP syntax you can make a lot of things easier and your code will be much readble and finaly you will have a real competitive advantage and you will make a difference in your work team.    

So, what are you waiting for? It's time to learn the new ABAP syntax!      

Who this course is for:
  • This course should be taken by anyone that wants to expand their knowledge of ABAP.
  • Developers who are starting to learn ABAP code.
  • The course is for programmers who already have a basic experience in ABAP
Course content
Expand all 15 lectures 02:11:58
+ Introduction
1 lecture 02:36

Introduction about the new syntax in ABAP. The new syntax is used before ABAP 7.40 released.

Preview 02:36
+ Inline Declarations
2 lectures 17:04

Inline ABAP DATA declarations are a new concept introduced in release 7.4 which allows you to declare your internal table, variables or work areas within the code that uses them. 

Preview 01:15

Practice exercises with inline declarations.

Preview 15:49
+ Constructor Operators for Constructor Expressions
3 lectures 23:39

A new type of expression called constructor expressions are introduced  to construct results of specified types and their contents. 

Introduction Constructor Operators
01:20
Instance operator NEW
09:38
Value Operator VALUE
12:41
+ FOR expression in ABAP 7.40
1 lecture 12:50

The language element FOR introduces an iteration expression as a subexpression in constructor expressions with the reduction operator REDUCE and in the variants of the instance operator  NEW and the value operator VALUE for creating internal tables.   

Example of the FOR iteration expression with VALUE
12:50
+ Table expressions
3 lectures 32:57

With ABAP 740 release you can use the Table Expressions to Read and Modify table entries without using helper variables. 

Introduction
01:10
Read ITAB line in ABAP 7.40
15:10
Modify ITAB line in ABAP 7.40
16:37
+ Internal table functions
2 lectures 13:12
Introduction
01:01
Predicate functions - Demonstration
12:11