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SAP HANA (High-Performance Analytic Appliance)

SAP HANA is another initiative from SAP for high performance real time database data processing. In SAP HANA, data resides in RAM than the traditional physical disk storage. So the time taken to process even the large amount of data is extremely low. This technology is known as in-memory computing (data resides in memory for computing)


TAW 10 ABAP Workbench Fundamentals
TAW 10 ABAP Workbench Fundamentals
Understand the SAP NetWeaver AS fundamentals
Work with the ABAP Workbench tools
Write simple ABAP programs
Understand the ABAP Dictionary
Development consultant
Prerequisites Essential
Programming experience in another programming language
Course based on software release
SAP NetWeaver 7.4
SAP NetWeaver Application Server fundamentals:

  • SAP Systems and SAP Applications Portfolio

  • SAPGUI and navigation in AS ABAP systems

  • System Core

  • Communication and integration technologies

ABAP Workbench Foundations:

  • ABAP program processing

  • ABAP Workbench tools

  • ABAP language basics, Open SQL

  • Modularization techniques

  • Complex data objects, structures and internal tables

  • Data modeling and data retrieval

  • Classic ABAP reports

  • Program analysis tools

  • Program calls and memory management

ABAP Dictionary:

  • Domains, data elements, structures

  • Transparent tables, pool tables and cluster tables

  • Input checks

  • Dictionary object dependencies

  • Changes in table structure

  • Views

  • Search helps

Classical UI programming:

  • Selection screens

  • Screens (dynpros)

TAW 11 ABAP Details
TAW 11 ABAP Details
This course will prepare you to:

  • Understand ABAP language foundation and evolution

  • Describe statements, functions and expressions for simple data

  • Understand Open SQL

  • Understand Database Update techniques in the SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP environment

  • Develop ABAP programs using the SAP List Viewer (ALV)

Developer Consultant
Prerequisites Essential
TAW10 (or relevant courses) or relevant working experience in ABAP
Course based on software release
ECC6.0 EHP8 SP00/NW 7.5 SP01
ABAP Language Foundation and Evolution

  • Moving from Statements to Expressions and Functions

  • Using Data Type and Data objects

  • Selecting Data from a Single Database Table with Open SQL

Statements, Functions, and Expressions for Simple Data

  • Using Numeric Data Types in Arithmetic Expressions

  • Explain Statements for Processing Character Strings and Byte Strings

  • Processing Character Strings and Byte Strings Using Functions and Expressions

Internal Tables

  • Using Standard, Sorted, and Hashed Tables

  • Using Special Techniques with Internal Tables

  • Using Table Functions and Expressions

  • Using Data References and Field Symbols


  • Using the Features of the New Open SQL Syntax

  • Explaining Additional Techniques for Reading from Multiple Database Tables

Analysis and Testing

  • Defining and Activating Checkpoints

  • Using the ABAP Trace

  • Using the SQL Trace

  • Using the SQL Monitor

Database Updates with ABAP Open SQL

  • Database Updates with ABAP Open SQL

Database Change Bundling

  • Grouping Database Changes

SAP Locking

  • Creating Lock Objects and Lock Modules

  • Setting and Releasing Locks

  • Working with the Different Lock Modes

Organization of Database Updates

  • Performing Database Changes from Within the Application Program

  • Performing Database Changes Using the Update Technique

  • Applying Further Features of the Update Technique

LUWs Across Multiple Programs

  • Extending LUWs Across Multiple Programs

SAP List Viewer (ALV) Creation

  • Using ALV functionality

  • Preparing the container screen for an ALV Grid Control

  • Displaying data using an ALV Grid

ALV Design

  • Programming layout variant functionality in the ALV Grid

  • Changing the layout of the ALV Grid

  • Adapting the appearance of the ALV Grid

  • Adapting the ALV Grid Control using the field catalog

ALV Events and Methods

  • Handling events of the ALV Grid Control

  • Handling additional events of the ALV Grid

  • Calling additional methods of the ALV Grid

  • Implementing context menus for the ALV Grid

TAW 12 ABAP Workbench Concepts
TAW 12 ABAP Workbench Concepts
Write object oriented programs with ABAP
Understand the techniques in enhancements and modifications
Create simple Web Dynpro for ABAP applications
Development consultant
Prerequisites Essential
TAW10 ABAP Basics or relevant working experience in ABAP
Course based on software release
SAP NetWeaver 7.4
ABAP Objects:

  • Object-Oriented Programming

  • Fundamental Object-Oriented syntax

  • Inheritance and casting

  • Interfaces and casting

  • Events

  • Global Classes and Interfaces

  • Exception handling

  • ABAP Object-Oriented examples – ALV and BAdIs

  • Abstract classes, factory methods, singletons

Shared Objects and shared memory areas
Dynamic programming:

  • Generic data types

  • Field symbols and data references

  • Runtime Type Identification (RTTI)

  • Runtime Type Creation (RTTC)

Enhancements and modifications:

  • Adjustment of SAP Standard Software

  • Enhancing Dictionary elements

  • Customer Exits

  • Business Add Ins (BAdIs)

  • Modifications of the SAP standard applications

  • Implicit and Explicit Enhancements

Fundamentals of Web Dynpro for ABAP

  • Web Dynpro Components, Windows and Views

  • Web Dynpro Controllers

  • Web Dynpro Context

  • Web Dynpro User Interface

  • Controller and Context programming

Certification test to become an SAP Certified Development Associate – ABAP with SAP NetWeaver 7.4


Associate certification – This certification covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for an SAP consultant, ensuring the successful acquisition of broad SAP solution knowledge and skills. With associate-level certification, you can:

  • Gain an externally-recognized mark of excellence that clients seek
  • Differentiate yourself in a crowded marketplace
  • Execute your tasks with confidence and skill

An Associate Exam usually consists of 80 Multiple Choice, Multiple response and Matching (pull-down) questions and answers. Candidates have a maximum of 3 hours to complete.