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ABAP Job in Abroad? Insights from ABAP-er who migrated from India to Canada

I was recently on a call with a guy from India who moved to work in Canada. With his approval, we are able to share a few of his insights on how he was able to make that shift. How can you start moving your career forward? We are able to help you come up with your step-by-step...

Logon not possible (Error in license check)

Logon not possible (Error in license check)

Analysis: Whenever you get the “Logon not possible (Error in license check)” message on logon screen, it means that license in your SAP system has expired. When you are administrator of SAP system with ‘SAP Developer License Agreement’, you are easily able to prolong such license. Solution: Click here to get into our detailed step-list...

Latest Job Interview Insights from Person Doing Job Interviews

Lately, I was having a call with one company representative working as a senior ABAP developer who is also in charge of running job interviews.  I asked him questions that are important for us since we are helping people to grow their careers as efficiently as possible. That’s why I’m in charge also of creating strategic connections to...

What to ask if you don’t understand something or you get lost?

Alright. It happens many times. You are on the long but important meeting, and you get lost in the middle of the discussion. Here is the quick and easy-to-use communication hack I use all the time to save you in this situation. Join our ABAP Academy Community to get more tips like this + other information...

How to Create a Left Join View in SE11? + Explain Inner Join and Left Outer Join with Example

Question How to create database view in SE11 with LEFT OUTER JOIN? Original Question: Can I create Search Help / VIEW with all the existing ICPNs + information about ORDER_ID from Ordered Items database table. Required output: ICPN MODEL STORE PRICE CURRENCY ORDER ID 978-0997082302 SEDAN BRATISLAVA 45.000,00 EUR 12 978-0997082303 SEDAN BRATISLAVA 50.000,00 EUR 12...

How to Create Function Module in ABAP

What is Function Module? Function Modules are a set of codes that can be reused by other programs. Instead of copying exactly the same statements within programs, it is much more useful and maintainable to create a function module. Function Modules are created with importing, exporting, changing parameters, and exceptions. Function Modules can be executed independently and...

How to Create Function Group

What is Function Group? Function Group is a collection of Function Modules with similar characteristics. E.g. Function Modules with arithmetical logic can be stored into Function Group containing “Arithmetic” in its name. Each Function Module we create needs to be added into one Function Group. For that reason, Function Group is created earlier than Function Module....

How to Create a Database Table?

In this article, we are going to create a table to store records about cars step-by-step from scratch. Here is the information about cars that we are going to use in the table: Car ID Model: a model of a car such as Sedan, Hybrid, Hatchback, etc. Store: to which store the car belongs to Price Currency The...

What is Size Category?

Let’s start with frequently asked questions from newbies about this topic. Q: What is Size Category? The size category is basically our “estimation” on how many records database table which we are creating is going to contain. Of course, nobody knows the exact number. That’s why we want to shoot our best ;). Q: Why...

What is Data Class?

Data Class defines the space for database table where it should be stored physically on the hard drive of a database server. The setting for the Data Class is within the definition of Database Table in Techincal Settings. When you define the data class for the table that you create, the table is assigned to the...

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