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ABAP in Eclipse Feature Explorer

Hi All,

This is my second blog on ABAP in Eclipse Feature, in first blog I have

given my introduction and other details. Here I am featuring further details

which I found during this challenge.

In Eclipse @(at) is used to escape host variable in new open SQL syntax.

Literals values used to perform a generic existance check.

We can use case statements in select list of query statement which is one my

favorite feature.

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In addition to the CASE statement, we have another conditional expression provided for you.

That is the so-called COALESCE expression.It is a function that is taking two arguments and

it either returns the first argument, if it is not NULL,or the other.

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I am exploring further and very happy by accepting this challenge.The same is being cascaded to my team members.

Regards,

Pravin

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      Author's profile photo Thanga Prakash Thanga Raj
      Thanga Prakash Thanga Raj

      Good post man... Keep sharing..... Can you please give me some guidance on Eclipse feature explorer.... It looks cool... I am interested to learn it.... 🙂

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      Sure......I will share some document which I have... I also do not know much idea about it.

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      Former Member

      Keep sharing Pravin...

      Thanks,

      Vasudha P.