Since 2005, we’ve been working on the development of a consolidate set of business classes written in OO ABAP. Since we (our team) are consultants working in different projects, we had the opportunity to go through the process a few times and that allowed us to correct design errors that we only discovered too late. These pitfalls could be easily avoided if we had had some “guidance”.
I am going to present at Inside Track Palo Alto this upcoming Friday a session that will address the following:
- What are Business Classes?
- Why do we need them?
- Why do we need programming standards?
- Present our best practices in development standards
- INSIDE TRACK ONLY: Discussion on Community content and collaboration
I am confident that this session packs a great amount of valuable information and that it will directly benefit your day to day work.
Here are the details for the sessions:
Inside Track Palo Alto
Date: Friday, May 29th 2009
Time: 03:20 PM
Building: SAP Labs Palo Alto 3410 Hillview Ave
Room: North Star
Attention: Only 20+ places available !
This will be a great opportunity to get early access and to contribute to an initiative that will follow a series of BLOGs, to be posted before SAPTechEd Phoenix 2009:
Series: Best practices in development of Business Classes in Object Oriented ABAP:
- PART 1: What are Business Classes and why do we need them?
- PART 2: Naming convention and Class structure (Attributes and methods);
- PART 3: Instantiation;
- PART 4: Inheritance;
- PART 5: Database Access;
- PART 6: Exceptions (Exception Classes);
- PART 7: Model Classes
- PART 8: Others (Package Hierarchy, performance optimization);
- PART 9: Community content and collaboration;
Looking forward to see you there!
Leonardo De Araujo