In this overview session tailored for the beginner, learn how to use proven and new technologies, such as Core Data Services (CDS) and behavior definition and implementation languages, to build SAP Fiori apps and OData services using the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model with SAP Business Technology Platform, ABAP environment and on-premise SAP S/4HANA.
Andre Fischer, Product Manager
Is this a Youtube stream or? The link to the actual even is missing.
Hey @TMNielsen I've just added the YouTube link for this session (https://youtu.be/i0A9iZ_46fI) - see you there! 🙂
When is the wizard in ADT "Generate ABAP Repositories Objects" on Hana on premise systems available? Which Hana system is needed and which ADT version?
The wizard that I have shown will be available in SAP S/4HANA 2022. You will require as always the latest ADT version that is available by that time.
Contest validation for this session: https://developers.sap.com/tutorials/devtoberfest2022-week-4-abap-guidetorap.html
This presentation is really packed with info. that I need to deep dive into - so I have a couple of questions.
Thomas Madsen Nielsen
PS an other reason I would like to get the slides is that some of the slides contains links to additional info and resources, but I can't press links in the youtube presentation.
in the RAP400 session which is about testing RAP BO's you will find more examples on how to use EML. And in the RAP100 skript we implement actions that make use of EML.
I am checking if and if yes we can share the slides.
SAP-samples/abap-platform-rap-workshops: This repository contains materials for workshops about the ...
Additional service definitions and service bindings can always be added on top of the projection layer, you just have to right-click on a projection view and select the option to create a service definition based on this view. But I have notified the team that plans the next version of the wizard and pointed them to your suggestions.
When you read through the very comprehensive script RAP100 there we already talk about naming conventions.