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Paul Hardy

There’s a MONSTER under my bed! Writing a Book for SAP Press – Part Three Table of Contents Background Unit Testing Static Code Checks To Be Continued Who’s that watching Benny Hill – Is it

What’s that coming over the hill? Is it a Monster? IS IT A MONSTER? Writing a Book for SAP Press – Part Two Table of Contents Background Eclipse UML ABAP 740 To Be Continued It’s

IT’S ALIVE! IT’S ALIVE! Writing a Book for SAP Press – Part One Table of Contents Background First Step – Accessing a 740 Trial System Next Step – What to put in the book? To

http://scn.sap.com/thread/733872 Dear Programmers, On the 8th of February 2008 James Hawthorne started the discussion (link above) as to why SAP does not give the CL SALV TABLE the option to be editable, as CL GUI

SAP Developer and Architect Summit November 21stand 22nd November 2014 A Dustbin Introduction Last week I had the pleasure of going to the inaugural “SAP Developer and Architect Conference” which is in essence a boiled

SAP Australia User Group Conference 2014 – Hilton Hotel, Sydney One thing that Australia has in abundance, apart from deserts and deadly wildlife, is SAP conferences. I was lucky enough to be presenting at the

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Dependency Injection There is many a true word, Spoken Inject One line summary:- One way to write OO programs with many small classes with less lines of code. Back Story The other day there was

Change Number Two Now we come to the so called “boundary condition”. In this case, we don’t want to accept any money if the machine is out of gumballs. More precisely whilst in the “no

State Machine Part 3 : Team Procedural vs. Team OO Take 2 Table of Contents Introduction Pretend new user requirements Change the OO Program Change the Procedural Program Verdict Epilogue – Functional Programming This is

State Machine Part 2 : Team Procedural vs. Team OO Contents Introduction Opening Song by Team Procedural Code Examples Various OO and Procedural Musings Closing Song by Team OO Introduction When Sumanth Kristam wrote the