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Stefan Schnell

Scripting languages plays an important role in the field of automation approaches, also and especially in the SAP context. You can find my automation approach here. In a few cases can it be profitable to combine

More and more is that necessary in automation processes to combine different kinds of UIs in one scenario. One example could be a WebDynpro in the browser with the possibility to open a SAP GUI

More and more dark themes are used. Here a dark theme for the eCATT editor. Copy the XML file below as ecatt_spec.xml in the directory C:\Users\[UserID]\AppData\Roaming\SAP\SAP GUI\ABAP Editor. Thanks to Alex Gönczy for his blog about dark theme

The extended Computer Aided Test Tool (eCATT) stores its scripts in the table ecscr_line. Here an ABAP report which downloads the whole set of all eCATT scripts of an SAP system to the frontend server.

Often it is necessary to set the SAP GUI Scripting parameters with transaction code RZ11 in an SAP system. In this post I will present an example how to get and set this parameters via

The RFM RFC_ABAP_INSTALL_AND_RUN offers great possibilities to achieve a high integration level between ABAP and an external scripting language, from the perspective of the scripting language. In this post I describe how to do that with PowerShell

PowerShell is a fantastic scripting language. It offers great possibilities to handle different kinds of situations in the context of SAP GUI Scripting easily. The SAP GUI uses at different places native OS dialogs, independently

The programming language Python offers many possibilities. Also it supports with py32win ActiveX automation, and therefore SAP GUI Scripting. The following example shows, how easy it is to take the recorded VBScript code and to

If you connect a SAP GUI for Windows session via the SAP GUI Scripting API a little barber pole begins to rotate on the lower right side of the window. This signalizes that this session is

Desktop applications are becoming increasingly heterogeneous. A long time we must concentrate our attention only to the SAP GUI for Windows, the primary UI to an SAP system in business. But more and more switches