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Welcome to my first series of weblogs.

This weblogs will focus on Object Oriented way of implementing BSP Application, which is the key feature for implementing a real world application.

Using an object oriented approach of problem solving; we can implement complex BSP Applications in an easier way. Object orientation can also assist in efficiently extending any implemented BSP Application.

In my next weblog I will start with Introduction of Object Orientated Programming and subsequent weblogs will contain all the key features of Object Orientation with respect to implementation of BSP Application.

Following is the list of content, which I have planned for this Weblog.

Part I     –Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

Part II    –Classes and Objects

Part III   –Methods in Object Oriented Programming

Part IV    –Use of Encapsulation in BSP Application

Part V     –Use of Inheritance in BSP Application

Part VI    –Use of Polymorphism in BSP Application

Part VII –Conclusion

If anyone has any suggestion, you are welcome to add them in the discussion area of this weblog.

My SDN Journey

My SDN journey started with an association with SAP NetWeaver as a part of my career. With help from experts at SDN BSP forum we explored, a lot, on all the components of SAP NetWeaver and were able to successfully configure our BSP system

We started implementation of Simple BSP Applications with the help of SAP Help library, but when we came to advanced topics like HTMLB, Session Handling, MVC Architecture, we started exploring more from SDN. BSP Weblogs formed an integral part of our NetWeaver evolution, in particular, the Weblogs of Craig Cmehil and Brian McKellar.

My sincere thanks to the SDN team, for providing such a great support to all the novice BSP programmers.

Last but not the least, I like to thank Craig and Raja, for guiding me in getting the approval for my first SDN Weblog.

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  1. Ulli Hoffmann
    Sounds like you will be covering your own MVC pattern. Curious to see a different approach to the one SAP has implemented. Keep blogging!

    Ulli

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    1. K K Post author
      hi ulli,

      i am not reinventing or creating any alternative to what SAP has already implemented. When u work on object orientation, its not necessary to follow MVC pattern, but if u follow MVC pattern, then u  make use of Object Orientation by way of using classes for Model and Controller.

      i will clear about this in detail in my next weblog.

      regards,
      kamaljeet

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    2. K K Post author
      hi ulli,

      i am not reinventing or creating any alternative to what SAP has already implemented. When u work on object orientation, its not necessary to follow MVC pattern, but if u follow MVC pattern, then u  make use of Object Orientation by way of using classes for Model and Controller.

      i will clear about this in detail in my next weblog.

      regards,
      kamaljeet

      (0) 

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