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Blogs by

Milton Chandradas

I (Milton) from the RIG team conducted a 5 hour SAP Code Jam on developing web / mobile applications using SAP UI5 and the various services offered by the HANA Cloud Platform at Innovation Park

Last month, I wrote a blog on how to run SAP Web IDE projects in Windows platform.  At that moment, Hybrid Application Toolkit (hereinafter, referred to as ‘HAT’) only supported Android and iOS.  Couple of

There is a limitation in OData specifications that does not allow deep inserts 1:N for Offline applications.  However, you can use Content-ID referencing in a Change Set (batch request) to overcome this limitation.  Please refer

** Note **:  This blog is now obsolete.  Hybrid Application Toolkit now supports Windows platforms.  Please refer to the following blog for more details.  Running SAP Web IDE applications using HAT in Windows Ever wondered

In the previous blog, I had talked about how you can create a fully functional (skeleton) Windows application with just a few clicks.  The business logic still needs to be included in the application by

SAP Mobile Platform SDK SP10 (herein referred to as “SMP SDK”) has some very interesting features that allows developer to create a fully functional (skeleton) application with just a few clicks.  The reason I use

Creating hierarchical data using Content-ID Referencing in a Change Set (Batch Request) In the previous blog on deep inserts, I had mentioned that there is a limitation in OData specifications that does not allow deep

Deep insert using SMP SDK Most business applications require some sort of deep insert when creating hierarchical data.  For example, a Sales Order and Sales Order Item(s) can only be created together and at the

Tracking progress of GET requests In Windows SAP Mobile Platform SDK (hereinafter referred to as “SMP SDK”) SP09, several new networking features were introduced.  This was possible because Windows SDK now uses Windows.Web.Http.HttpClient internally. Prior

Cancelling asynchronous requests In Windows SAP Mobile Platform SDK (hereinafter referred to as “SMP SDK”) SP09, several new networking features were introduced.  This was possible because Windows SDK now uses Windows.Web.Http.HttpClient internally. Prior to SP09,