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S/4HANA Extensibility at TechEd 2016

Interested in S/4HANA Extensibility? In this blog I am listing the related TechEd sessions:

If you have only one hour and want to get a comprehensive overview, I recommend:

TEC206 (L1): Extensibility Concepts for SAP S/4HANA

If you are already on the road to S/4HANA and are interested in the details, see demos and code examples, I recommend joining our sessions, that are focusing on the extensibility of S/4HANA via in-app extensibility on the ABAP server and via in-app extensibility on HCP:

DEV108 (L2): Extensibility Framework for SAP S/4HANA:  End-to-End Scenario

And in addition:

DEV716 (Code Review): Extensibility in SAP S/4HANA: Insights to the Generated Backend Objects

DEV709 (Code Review): Extensibility in SAP S/4HANA: Custom Business Object / UI Generation

UX208 (L1) UI Adaptation of SAP Fiori Apps: An Overview

If you are interested in building new (extension) apps on HCP, you should not miss

DEV102 (L1): Extending SAP Business Suite and SAP S/4HANA with SAP HANA Cloud Platform

DEV260 (H2): Extend Your SAP S/4HANA Using SAP HANA Cloud Platform

If you want to build new (extension) apps on ABAP, join:

DEV109 (L2): The ABAP Programming Model in  SAP S/4HANA

DEV212 (H2): Building an End-to-End SAP Fiori App Based on SAP S/4HANA and ABAP

Last but not least: You have already thousands lines of code and want to go for S/4HANA? Get answers to your questions:

TEC300(L1): SAP S/4HANA: Custom Code Adaption

See you in Las Vegas, Bangalore, or Barcelona!

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      Hello Thomas

      Is there a way to access the recordings or documents related to the sessions mentioned above? I don't see such information available to us people.

      Appreciate if such document is shared.


      Sridhar .

      Author's profile photo Thomas Schneider
      Thomas Schneider
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      the documents are available for the participants. I published excerpts in my Blogs.

      Sorry, Thomas