Java and BAPI Technology for SAP (Prima Tech's Sap Book Series)
Draw from the authors' years of experience with SAP implementations. Follow along and learn how platform independent Java can reduce both development and on-going maintenence costs for custom software. Learn how to integrate Java with SAP, and the basics of integrating the SAP Automation toolkit to develop applets or Java applications....
Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours (4th Edition)
When I was asked to update Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours, I was completely
thrilled. Seriously! The world of SAP and our world in general have gone through major
upheavals in the last few years, and I was excited to share with SAPlings and veterans
alike just how much had changed. In the same way, I was anxious to realign and...
SAP HANA Starter
SAP HANA is SAP's in-memory database technology, and the focal point of their next generation strategy. Using column-based storage to provide highly compressed and rapidly accessed data, a SAP HANA application can be several hundred times faster than the same application on previous generation database technology.
SAP HANA Cookbook
Your all-inclusive guide to understanding SAP HANA with practical recipes
Understand the architecture of SAP HANA, effectively transforming your business with the modeler and in-memory computing engine
Learn about Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Predictive analytics on top of...
ABAP Development for SAP HANA
With SAP HANA, even the most seasoned ABAP developers have some learning to do. Newbie or not, this book can help: install the Eclipse IDE, brush up your database programming skills, perform runtime and error analysis, transport old ABAP applications to HANA and more. Once you've mastered the tasks in this book, it will be full speed...
ABAP Basics is an ideal companion on your journey towards your first working SAP applications. Whether you’re already familiar with another programming language or ABAP is your first, this introduction to ABAP provides you with comprehensive and structured basics on programming business-critical software. Get to know all relevant...
ABAP Data Dictionary
The ABAP Data Dictionary is the central repository for data used in all ABAP-based SAP systems, and allows you to manage definitions for all object types (tables, views, types, domains, lock objects, etc.). Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, this is the reference for you. You’ll learn basic background information as well as...
SAP HANA Administration (HANA Admin) (SAP PRESS)
Who says that a leopard can't change its spots? With the advent of SAP HANA, database administration is evolving and you can evolve along with it.
Learn how traditional administration concepts are applied in SAP HANA, and find out about the new concepts relevant to an in-memory database.
Novice or expert, this book...
ABAP Cookbook: Programming Recipes for Everyday Solutions, SAP ABAP
With this book, get answers to typical ABAP development problems or tasks: persistence programming, interface programming, security and tracing techniques, etc. The complexity of the recipes ranges from the simple starter plates to the complex main courses and some sweet deserts, of course! Each chapter is a short tutorial in itself, all...
Foundations of Java for ABAP Programmers Java has been a part of developers’ vocabularies since 1995. At first it was thought of as
being a nice, neat little language that could do some amazing things for the Internet. However,
the language soon matured, and it still kept its simple approach. Developers started to realize
the awesome power of a clean uncluttered...
Business Process Execution Language for Web Services BPEL and BPEL4WS 2nd Edition This book is a comprehensive guide to the usage and syntax of the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS). Two major BPEL4WS servers, the Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 are covered in detail, and an overview of other major BPEL4WS servers is provided. The book contains practical examples on...
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