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SAP User Interface Shortcuts
Clients frequently request time-saving tips and shortcuts that can be used while navigating SAP using SAP GUI. I have compiled such tips and shortcuts in a collection I share in this post.
SAP: Where Used List for Printers And Output Devices
By using this report, you will be able to determine where printers and other output devices are currently being used.
SAP SD: Activating Generic Object Services
How To Get Accounting Document Number From Billing Document Number
Find out what's the link between billing document table and accounting document table
How To Park Accounting Documents Via BAPI BAPI_ACC_DOCUMENT_POST
Parking a document allows saving an SAP FI document without actually posting it. If you want to create parked documents programmatically, BAPI BAPI_ACC_DOCUMENT_POST can be used.
SAP ABAP: The Best Performance Analysis Transactions
There are several transactions available to identify performance issues. With these transactions, you can easily identify possible bottlenecks and tweak report performance.
How To Create A Dynamic Internal Table Using RTTS
Runtime Type Services (RTTS) provides system classes to get the type information of variables and instances or define new data types during runtime.
SAP Gateway: 33 Transactions You Need To Know
This post summarizes the most important transactions, from clearing caches to failure analysis when using SAP Gateway and Fiori.
How To Display Error Messages In SAP ABAP?
An overview of error message types, error and pop-up messages, and how to show messages to the end user.
String Formatting With String Templates
An overview of how to format strings with string templates.
SAP ABAP: Types Of Internal Table Declaration
An overview of how to declare internal tables in ABAP, including STANDARD TABLE, SORTED TABLE and HASHED TABLE.
How To Use Constructor Operator VALUE
Since release 7.40 ABAP supports constructor operators. These operators are used in constructor expressions to create a result that can be used at operand positions.