I would like to share the experience of Mini CodeJam on ‘My First OData Service Using SAP Gateway Technology(CJ606)’. I conducted the session with Kranti on the first day of TechEd Bangalore, 2015. People were very interested about the topic and as a result the session was ‘Houseful’.
The attendees were very energetic. Most of the participants were new to OData and SAP Gateway. Few of them were already aware of the technology (and attended some of my other sessions) but attended the session to brush up the knowledge. Some participants could not get a seat or a workstation for hands on for limited availability. Some of you have been very generous and have shared the workstations with others. Like always, everyone attending the session did not come from similar technical background. No one left the session in between and that showed me your interest in this technology.
I consider this session to be very successful for two reasons. The first reason is of course the successful completion of the hands on by ALL of YOU. The second reason is – YOU UNDERSTOOD IT. This is very important. People asked us so many questions. We ask questions when we understand something and want to understand more. That made the session super interactive. Some of you had more question, but we could not take it due to Demojem announcements.
It was a great experience for us to meet all of you. Thank you for attending the session. We shall be glad if you share your feedback/opinion/feelings about CJ606. Here are some pictures from the session.
Some of you had asked me to share the materials and the code snippets. Our session was based on blog How to Develop a Gateway Service using Code based Implementation. Please refer to the blog for more details. Some of you asked to share the code snippets for CREATE-UPDATE-DELETE operations. Please refer to the attachments for the snippet. For more, please refer to our blogs and materials available in SAP Gateway Community in SCN.