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Blogs by

Jörg Krause

When doing complex coding, there’s always the dilemma of using or non using global variables. We all know that global variables are dangerous because you never know where they are set and what value they

In Branching in ABAP?  I described our approach to manage concurring requests for program changes using a branching-like technique. After 6 months of “living” this approach, I would like to give an overview of our

In my company, we are running SAP ERP since the early nineties and the system is full of self-made add-ons that are maintained by a team of abap developers. The traffic of request for improvements

In the last blog post I wrote about my approach to standard function module wrappers. See The hassle with function module calls Thanks to your participation, there was a lot of very helpful input about

Do you know this? You use a function module from SAP (let’s say, the very useful START_TIME_DETERMINE), and you use it often. But every time you insert it, half a page of coding is generated,

Hello all, did you already encounter the new stuttering syntax checker of ABAP? It seems they wanted to add sympathic attribute to those annoying infos about your lack of programming experience! All the best! Jörg

See also:  MVC (model view controller) framework for ABAP part 1 MVC (model view controller) framework for ABAP part 2 Controlling multiple screens Welcome back to my MVC series. To follow this blog, it is

I would like to share my approach of using exception classes and transport t100 messages inside of them. For one single message, there is nothing to talk about, you simply include the t100 interface and

Reports with class   In MVC (model view controller) framework for ABAP part 1 you can find the “starter kit” for a framework you can use to create applications that are using dynpros and CFW

With ABAP 740, a new feature was introduced called “Constructor expressions”. First I was sceptical about their usefulness, and it seemed to me that they make the coding more complicated and more difficult to read.