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Tudor Riscutia

What is SAP Fiori Makers? ”A community call series for developers and key users to learn how to apply SAP Fiori design in real-world projects.” Started on June 1st, the SAP Fiori Makers is a

1st of December marked the first SAP Inside Track in the City of Light. Having such a great location made it impossible for some community members to stay away. People came from all over Europe,

In this blog I want to share some of my experiences and recommendations I stumbled upon while making the transition from ABAP development to state of the art HCP microservices (notice the clouds in the

Continuing the introduction into the BUS-Screen Framework, I will describe the basis for message handling. IMPORTANT: First, please make sure you’ve read and understood my previous BUS-related blog post: http://scn.sap.com/community/abap/user-interface-development/blog/2015/03/24/bus-screen-framework–a-short-introduction/ In order to demonstrate how

In a world of Web Dynpro and cool UI5 libraries, I still find myself working with ABAP Reports and classic Dynpros. Being a techie, it is easy to imagine why I don’t see these kinds

“In computer programming, lazy initialization is the tactic of delaying the creation of an object, the calculation of a value, or some other expensive process until the first time it is needed.” (Wikipedia) A very

I’m not entirely sure if a similar solution exists; I’ve tried searching through blog posts in the ABAP Development space and couldn’t find any match (although there are over 1000 results for “abap xml“). Basically,

Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Configuration table and rendering class Part 3: Creating a template and a demo report Part 4: Conclusion After creating all the necessary data structures and rendering class in Part 2,

Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Configuration table and rendering class Part 3: Creating a template and a demo report Part 4: Conclusion After creating the configuration table and the email rendering class in Part 2.

Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Configuration table and rendering class Part 3: Creating a template and a demo report Part 4: Conclusion In order for this solution to be as efficient as possible, it should