In my development process I often use SAP GUI Scripting for repetitive tasks or to test the UI of my program. As far as I can see uses ABAP in Eclipse the NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) for its in- and outplace SAP GUI windows. I wrote here about my experience with SAP GUI Scripting and the NWBC.
I checked out the SAP GUI Scripting with ABAP in Eclipse and my conclusion: It is possible to use your SAP GUI Scripts again in the context of ABAP in Eclipse – SAP GUI Scripting works.
To simplify this job, I programmed Scripting Tracker, which I introduced here. Scripting Tracker is NWBC ready, so it works with the in- and outplace SAP GUI windows of ABAP in Eclipse very fine. I checked the Analyzer and Recorder with different scenarios and both works well.
As you can see, you can work with your consolidated SAP GUI Scripting processes in the context of ABAP in Eclipse again.