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  1. SAP ABAP: Generate dynamic WHERE conditions from user authorization

    Recently I came across a useful class which enables the generation of WHERE conditions from authorization-objects.

  2. How to add a new directory in AL11

    With transaction code AL11 you can display all SAP directories and access file directories that have been defined as a Parameter. It is also possible to display and search for files.

  3. SAP SD: List of transactions you need to know

    There are over 2,000 transaction codes for the SD module in a SAP system. This is a best-of list you should know.

  4. SAP EWM: How is the timezone of a warehouse determined?

    Most posting related transactions in SAP EWM show a timezone in the transaction title. How does the system determine the timezone?

  5. How to check if SAP SD organizational structure is correct

    After setting up a new Sales Area in SAP SD it can be helpful to validate the Org Structure with this transaction code.

  6. How to create a transaction code for table maintenance view (SM30)

    A custom transaction code (tcode) can be useful to allow users access to a maintenance view.

  7. SAP GUI: Show Error Messages in a Dialog Box

    There is an easy way to display all error messages in a pop-up. This may help in case your end-users overlook the error message in the status bar.

  8. How to debug a pop-up window in SAP

    We can start the debugger by executing /h in the SAP GUI Command Field. But how to start a debugging session for a dialog box?

  9. SAP ABAP: Useful System Variables you should know

    A short list of 14 system variables you should know for debugging and ABAP development.

  10. How to maintain User Parameters in SAP

    Easily maintain Parameter IDs to set default values for particular SAP GUI fields.

  11. Overview of User Parameters in SAP SD

    Besides defaulting values, SAP User Parameters can also activate new features and functionalities.

  12. SAP CAP: Create a 'Hello World' application

    We will use VSCode and Node.js for this 'Hello World' Cloud Application Programming Model application.