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Recommended Reading (SAPinsider Vol. 7, Iss. 1)

by SAP Press | SAPinsider

January 1, 2006

by SAP Press SAPinsider - 2006 (Volume 7), January (Issue 1)

The ABAP Quick Reference
by Horst Keller

This one-of-a-kind resource, written specifically for experienced ABAP developers, makes it possible to look up the syntax of any ABAP statement or the meaning of any addition quickly and effortlessly. All ABAP commands, up to and including those in release 7.0, are listed in alphabetical order, depicted in comprehensive syntax diagrams, and explained in brief descriptions of the functions of each statement and addition. This book also contains useful reference chapters detailing the commands of the dynpro flow logic and the ST (Simple Transformations) language, which can be used as an alternative to XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation) as of ABAP release 6.40.

214 pages — Now available

Adaptive Hardware Infrastructures for SAP
by Michael Mißbach, Peter Gibbels, Jürgen Karnstädt, Josef Stelzel, and Thomas Wagenblast

Constantly changing business processes pose a critical challenge for those managing hardware infrastructure: how to ensure that your company's hardware landscape is equipped to meet your business needs. When it comes to your hardware, you must respond to change quickly and cost-effectively without putting your infrastructure's safety at risk. This unique new book helps you understand the most important factors for determining what hardware you'll need to support flexible software systems in the months and years ahead. Plus you'll discover the ins and outs of how SAP systems support your business processes, and you'll benefit from detailed insights to help you calculate the true total cost of owning your SAP hardware landscape.

525 pages — Now available

mySAP HR: Technical Principles and Programming (2nd Edition)
by Ewald Brochhausen, Juergen Kielisch, Juergen Schnerring, and Jens Staeck

This expanded second edition gives you an in-depth look at the data structures of mySAP HR, also known as mySAP ERP HCM. First, gain a thorough understanding of information models, through which the master data in HR is structured. Then, learn about the information models particular to personnel administration and time management. Discover how to customize key applications and generate special reports. This book defines the special features of HR roles and authorization concepts — from both the functional and technical perspectives. This second edition features new chapters on using reporting tools (HIS and Ad Hoc Query), designing HR forms using the HR Forms Workplace, and conducting interface programming with BAdIs and the Interface Toolbox.

445 pages — Now available

Quality Management with SAP
by Michael Hölzer and Michael Schramm

This book introduces you to the structures and application processes of quality management (QM) to help you build your own quality management system with SAP QM (released with SAP R/3 Enterprise). First, the authors will help you quickly get up to speed on the functionality, adaptation, and application of SAP QM. You'll learn the ins and outs of quality planning, quality inspection, and quality control, and find complete details and QM-relevant information on the functionality of other R/3 components, such as vendor evaluation, control of inspection, measuring, and test equipment. Plus discover how to make the most of the information systems and reporting tools SAP QM offers, and get tips and tricks to help you find the right customization settings.

550 pages — Now available

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