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For last weeks, I am forcing myself to develop all things in ABAP using Eclipse IDE. At the beginning, it was really hard to switch from standard SAP environment “SE80” to Eclipse, but I decide to do all possible tasks in new IDEAfter few days, few developments, few debugging sessions, I realised that Eclipse is future of ABAP development.

Eclipse has a lot of useful tricks, views, shortcuts that can help You raise up Your productivity and make programming much simpler. I want to share with You, “ABAP in Eclipse Cheat Sheet Shortcuts”. I prepared it on my own, and I am using it a lot during my everyday work.

I hope it will help You to switch from SE80 to Eclipse. If yes, please let me know about it!

 

 

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abap-in-eclipse-shortcuts-cheat-sheet – ABAP in Eclipse Shortcuts Cheat Sheetgithub.com

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  1. Attila Berencsi

    Hello Michal,

    nice job, it can be printed till one learns it. Just one question to Ctrl+D. Instead of duplicate, it deletes a line in my ADT. To duplicate a line in an ABAP Class, I need to press Ctrl+Alt+Up. Should I set something in preferences, so that the Ctrl+D like in SE80, will duplicate a line ?
    Thank you

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    1. Raphael Dibbern

      You are right the Ctrl+D is the Eclipse default one and will definitely delete the line, same with Ctrl+Alt+Up and Ctrl+Alt+Down to duplicate a line.

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  2. Anton Kozhin

    Great job, Michal! Thanks for revealing them – I believe that it will help many people to make their way from Eclipse beginners to power users!

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  3. Markus Gradl

    Very nice. Thanks for your work!

    Can you please insert an Version ID/Number/Date (or similar) so that we can recognize changes faster?

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    1. Michał Majer Post author

      I created handy cheat sheet which is easy to print and wanted to share that with the community. There are much more blog posts about shortcuts in Eclipse.

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