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Sample Chapter from the Discover ABAP Book

November 14, 2014

Download this sample chapter, ABAP Dictionary. Customers need their own tables to meet their own needs. We’ll take a look at the most important work involved, starting with the creation and maintenance of tables. You’ll learn to create and populate a table that you’ll access again in later chapters. It is the basic table of our example, member management, in which you create, change, and maintain a data record for each member. With each step you’ll build on what you learned from previous ones, so you’ll be prepared for more difficult steps down the line.

The Authors
Karl-Heinz Kühnhauser was a managing partner of RGS GmbH & Co. KG, and held ABAP trainings in various industry segments for more than 20 years. Thorsten Franz is a software architect at AOK Systems GmbH, and has built up a reputation as an SAP Mentor in the SAP community. ABAP programming has always been a matter that is dear to both their hearts—and they want to share their passion in this book.

SAPinsider readers interested in accessing the complete book Discover ABAP can use discount code ABAP50 to save 50% at checkout.

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