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SAP ABAP Handbook
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This massive, nearly a thousand page, tome covers just about all there is to know about the SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) language. It covers literally hundreds of topics both theoretical and practical. It is based on the SAP R/3 release and the ABAP/4 version of the language.
It starts with the very basics that the beginner needs to know but then goes on to more complex topics. A skilled SAP user can use it to enhance their skills in areas where they have not worked. It describes the techniques and procedures that are most frequently used to work with SAP R/3.
The code examples in the book are based on mySAP ERP software and the book presumes that you have this installed on your system to be able to follow the examples.
I've often felt that most programming books leave off the first twenty or fifty pages that explain just what it is that they are trying to do. This one includes those pages with a short introduction to just what it is that SAP is trying to do, how it came about, and the philosophy under which it operates. This book adds to, but does not replace the existing information about SAP and gives references such as web sites where this information may be obtained.
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