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Sams Teach Yourself ABAP/4® in 21 Days1
Day 11

The Development Environment1

Chapter Objectives2
What is R/3?2
What is the Purpose of R/3?3
Why Do You Need to Know This?3
Discovering What R/3 Looks Like4
Using the R/3 System Conceptual Areas5
Discovering the R/3 User Interface9
Working with the Interface Menu11
Using the Command Field13
Understanding Basis13
Understanding Client/Server14
R/3 System Architecture15
Presentation Server16
Application Server16
Discovering the Database Server16
Configuring the Servers17
Defining an R/3 System17
Defining an R/3 Instance17
Application Server Architecture17
Understanding a User Context18
Understanding a Roll Area18
Understanding a Dialog Step18
Understanding Roll-In/Roll-Out Processing19
Discovering How the Data Is Sent to the Presentation Server20 Understanding the Components of a Work Process20
Understanding the Types of Work Processes21
Understanding the Logon Client21
Understanding Client-Dependent and Client-Independent Tables22 Using SAP's Open SQL25
Portability25
Buffering Data on the Application Server25
Automatic Client Handling25
Summary25
Q&A26
Workshop26
Quiz26
Exercise 127

Day 228

Your First ABAP/4 Program28

Before Proceeding30
Exploring the Development Environment30
Discovering Program Types30
Defining Reports31
Defining Dialog Programs31
Discovering Report Components31
Discovering the Program Runtime Object32
Introducing Program Naming Conventions32
Creating Your First Program32
Exploring the Source Code Editor34
Using the Editor: Initial Screen34
Exploring the Functionality of the Source Code Editor35
Exploring the Standard Toolbar35
Using Find and Replace37
Exploring the Application Toolbar39
Using Cut and Paste40
Using Other Convenient Editor Functions41
Getting Help43
Obtaining F1 Help43
Obtaining R3 Library Help44
Finding Your Development Objects45
Introducing the...

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