Es gibt keine Kurzfassung, da dies ein geschützter Beitrag ist.
There is nothing SAP can surprise me with anymore… Fortunately, SAP provides a great correction!
*“———————————————————————- *“*“Lokale Schnittstelle: *“ IMPORTING *“ VALUE(I_VIQMEL) LIKE VIQMEL STRUCTURE VIQMEL *“ VALUE(I_CUSTOMIZING) LIKE V_TQ85 STRUCTURE V_TQ85 *“ VALUE(I_MANUM) LIKE QMSM-MANUM *“ VALUE(I_FBCALL) OPTIONAL *“ EXPORTING *“ VALUE(E_QNQMASM0) LIKE QNQMASM0 STRUCTURE QNQMASM0 *“ VALUE(E_QNQMAQMEL0) LIKE QNQMAQMEL0 STRUCTURE QNQMAQMEL0 *“ VALUE(E_BUCH) TYPE QKZ *“ TABLES *“ TI_IVIQMFE STRUCTURE WQMFE *“ TI_IVIQMUR STRUCTURE WQMUR *“ TI_IVIQMSM STRUCTURE …
Suited ideally for SAP, I recently started using LICEcap for quick screen recordings. Recording issues or training material has never been easier. Best of all: It’s licensed under the GPL. http://www.cockos.com/licecap/
If you want to see the quick-views of other users, you probably know that quick-views are also connected to a user group. But every user gets its own (system) group for quick-views. How can you work around this?
Look them up via CU60, or hit the break for code.
Creating and maintaining BOMs via programming can be a pain in the a** sometimes.
So you’re an ABAP developer and you want to expand your horizon and enhance your skills? You don’t want to invent the wheel over and over again?
I just stumbled upon a quite annoying typo in the SAP dictionary which could (and, in my case, has) lead to problems when using BAPI_HU_CREATE and BAPI_HU_CHANGE_HEADER subsequently.
Here’s how a simple ALV list can be programmed. This is one of the most basic tasks you get assigned to as a developer.