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56  ABAP developers in Tokyo joined the SAP CodeJam event on Oct.26, 2016.
It was the combined event with Power Week: S/4HANA Extension on SAP HANA Cloud Platform workshop.

Date: October 21, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM (JST)

Max room capacity: 60 seats
Participants: 56 ABAP developers from partners
Location: SAP Japan, Tokyo. Details.

 

Looking to network with fellow developers while exploring something new and exciting? Well look no further, as SAP CodeJam presents the latest in ABAP for SAP HANA with Fiori!
As a participant, you will get access to tools, sandboxes, interactive time with experts and much more. These physical face to face, in-person events have been going on since 2012 and have become a hit amongst all the attendees!

 

Hands-on exercises:

  • ABAP CDS
  • Open SQL
  • AMDP: ABAP Managed Database Procedures
  • SAPUI5 app development in SAP Web IDE

Instructors: SAP Technology RIG team

Tons of sweets, snacks and drinks helped their hard work.

Some happy partners.

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  1. Former Member

    Hello Masayuki Sekihara..

    I have a question about your How to Guide: SAP Fiori – Adding a Custom Workflow Scenario to the SAP Fiori Approve Requests in 6 Steps.

    I thought Scenarios are equivalent to TABS in Portal UWL, to differentiate Notifications by a common title. For example if there is Purchase Order and Sales Order Approval notifications, I can define Scenario Purchase Order and Sales Order to list under that Title same to a Purchase Order and Sales Order Tab.

    it will great if you explain the need for Scenario settings in MyInbox Config.

     

    Thanks

    Sam

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  2. Former Member

    Hello Masayuki Sekihara,

    I noticed that you know a lot about Fiori and S / 4HANA.

    I try to create my own Analytical Fiori application and show my own data from the table in

    Fiori Lanchpad with the graphic.

    Could you please give me a suggestion? How can I achieve this? Thank you in advance!

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