ABAP ( C_TAW12_750 )


  • ABAP Programming - Explain how to create different types of ABAP program using basic ABAP language elements, the different modularization techniques, and appropriate event blocks.
  • TAW10 (NW 7.4) OR BC400 (NW AS 7.40), BC402
  • ABAP Dictionary - Describe the functions of the ABAP Dictionary, including the creation and use of database objects and also data types.
  • TAW10 OR BC430
  • Data Types and Data Objects - Know the differences between objects, data objects and data types, and describe when to use the different data types available.
  • TAW10 OR BC400, BC402
  • Classical User Interfaces - Build ABAP reports with selection screens, either displaying data in a classic list or a classic ALV grid, whilst using appropriate event blocks for the necessary logic in the ABAP program.
  • TAW10, TAW11E OR BC400, BC405, BC410
  • SQL Statements including Update Strategies - Read data in an efficient way from the SAP database and perform database updates using the update technique, with appropriate logical locks.
  • TAW10, TAW11E OR BC400, BC414, BC402, BC405
  • Enhancements and Modifications - Describe the options for adapting SAP standard applications and when to use them and understand how to find and implement the different types of enhancement.
  • TAW12 OR BC425
  • ABAP Objects - Explain how to develop object-oriented ABAP applications and ABAP classes, using all useful object-oriented programming techniques.
  • TAW12 OR BC401
  • Web Dynpro for ABAP - Describe the programming approach and architecture of Web Dynpro for ABAP, including the use of the Context and Controllers.
  • TAW12 OR NET310
  • SAP NetWeaver Overview - Describe the SAP NetWeaver Application Server Architecture and the ABAP processes which run on it, and explain how ABAP requests are processed.
  • TAW10 OR NW001, SAPTEC
  • Internal Tables - Define and use standard, sorted and hashed internal tables, and describe the advantages and limitations of each table kind. TAW10 OR BC400, BC430, BC402
  • ABAP Tools - Use the ABAP Workbench to create all kinds of Repository Object and use the most important ABAP analysis tools, including the ABAP Debugger and the Code Inspector.
  • TAW10 OR BC400, BC401, BC402