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SAP Traditional programming Vs SAP Object Programming

Postby Mit5252 » Wed Feb 25, 2015 2:26 pm

Hi All

what is the difference between SAP traditional programming Vs SAP Object Oriented programming.
I am basically trying to understand the capability that SAP Object oriented programming provides that SAP traditional does not.

Any other helpful tips will be highly appreciated.

Thank you Very much.
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Re: SAP Traditional programming Vs SAP Object Programming

Postby Grogan » Wed Feb 25, 2015 3:24 pm

Grogan

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Re: SAP Traditional programming Vs SAP Object Programming

Postby Lipperland » Tue Mar 17, 2015 5:52 am

Depending on your personality, try to use something might be more suitable then "just" reading about it, though the provided pdf by Grogan is far less abstract then other stuff I read on the topic.

Personally, I need to use something to get the idea of it (programming wise speaking as my general field is process engineering and I'm programming less than "part time"). And I need to have goal for which the useage of a - for me - new method has serious benefits. Otherwise - "hello world" - I'm not really motivated to get myself into it.
I started recently using OO as I needed XLSX-output and I stumbled upon ABAP2XLSX. It's rather easy to get started once properly installed and while working on implementation, I got an idea why creating an instance is just easier than redefining everything from scratch and than even reuse everything in the next program.

What I really use in every day life - mostly rather simple programs - is data declaration (eg. p. 23).
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