Common SAP R/3 Functions Manual by William LawlorCommon SAP R/3 Functions Manual by William Lawlor

Common SAP R/3 Functions Manual

byWilliam Lawlor

Hardcover | November 18, 2003

Pricing and Purchase Info

$126.67 online 
$151.95 list price save 16%
Earn 633 plum® points

Prices and offers may vary in store

Quantity:

In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

R/3 is a business system that has gained global prominence. However, the SAP R/3 has 237,000 function modules. Quite often programmers are unaware that a module exists which can be of help in their programs. This convenient resource is a collection of the most common ABAP modules, demonstrated within simple programs. These programs for easily searchable examples can be accessed from http://extras.springer.com/978-1-85233-775-9

The modules in this book are organised for quick reference. This concise reference contains: A full explanation of the layout of reference entries; a brief introduction to SAP; coverage of conversion and date and time modules; file and directory modules; list, long texts, and number modules; useful integration modules for MSOffice and pop-up dialog box management.

This book organises over 300 modules, many of which are undocumented in text, and arranges them for quick and easy reference, and explains when and where to use the most common SAP R/3 ABAP function modules.

Title:Common SAP R/3 Functions ManualFormat:HardcoverDimensions:396 pagesPublished:November 18, 2003Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1852337753

ISBN - 13:9781852337759

Look for similar items by category:

Reviews

Table of Contents

SAP is a reporting tool that has gained global prominence. However, the SAP R/3 system has approximately 237,000 function modules. Quite often the programmer is unaware that a module exists which can be of help in their programs. This incredibly convenient resource is a collection of the most commonly used ABAP modules, demonstrated within simple sample programs that clearly show their use. Also included is a CD-ROM containing these programs for easily searchable examples. The modules in this book and CD-ROM are organised for quick reference. William Lawlor has been involved in application development for over 10 years. As a consultant, he has spent the last six years working almost exclusively in ABAP. Key Topics This extremely useful but concise reference material contains the following: · A full explanation of the layout of reference entries · A brief introduction to SAP · Coverage of conversion and date and time modules, invaluable for a host of reporting tasks · File and directory modules for managing data within the system · List, long texts, and number modules for manipulating data within your reports · Useful integration modules for MSOffice and pop-up dialog box management Features and Benefits Organises over 300 modules in this book, many of which are undocumented in text and arranges them for quick and easy reference. Clearly explains when and where to use the most common SAP R/3 ABAP function modules. Includes sample programs that can be cut and pasted into your code for modification. Table of Contents Introduction Foreword Layout of reference entries An introduction to SAP Using Function Modules Table of Contents BASIS Routines ChConversion Routines Date and Time Routines File and Directory Routines Lists Routines Long Texts Routines Number Ranges Routines Office Integration Routines Popup Dialog Routines Miscellaneous Routines

Editorial Reviews

"At last a user-friendly reference that documents hundreds of the most useful ABAP routines currently in use. This book is essential for ABAP consultants, project engineers, and programmers who want to save both time and money and avoid having to reinvent the wheel." Robert G. Drake, Course Leader, Sheffield Hallam University, UK"An invaluable reference guide enabling developers to quickly unleash the power of SAP's vast repository of reusable tools, immediately resulting in improved development times and reduced maintenance. A must for any development team."Macartan Conway, Senior SAP Consultant, CRM Technology (IRELAND) Ltd, Ireland