SES 37: Business Add-Ins – Part 2

We all know in classic BADI technology, the reference variable is typed directly to BADI instead of the BADI interface. The program generates BADI handle with the help of GET BADI statement which specifies reference variable. The cx_badi_initial_reference is triggered,…

SES 35: Business Add-Ins in SAP ABAP

Since SAP NetWeaver 7.0, the Business Add-Ins (BADIs) are used for enhancements in SAP, as they provide modern enhancement technology. Features of BADIs The new and currently used BADIs are incorporated in enhancement framework with enhancement sections and points. BADIs…

SES 27: Linking to HTML5 Application’s Git Repository

The SAP Web IDE manages development artifacts that a user builds into his projects. But while developing HTML5 applications, you'll want to ensure that project resources are linked to application's Git repository. To track development changes to application resources, you…

SES 25: Calling RFC Functions within a Java Application

Since, RFC is proprietary to SAP, you can’t use a Java SE or Java EE API to invoke RFC function. You can use a specialized connector library called, SAP Java Connector. This library is used to connect database systems. Classes…

SES 18: Database Management Concepts

Alright, so we know that the Database instances in the cloud are protected by a network firewall, for security reasons. This firewall is designed to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data from outside world. SAP HCP makes it possible to…

SES 17: Working with Multiple Schemas

Many times, Java applications are bound to a single database schema. But, it is possible for a Java application to be bound to many schemas across database types, which leads to different types of scenarios. Confused? Let me explain with…

SES 16: Persistence Services in Cloud Computing

The Persistence Service is an abstraction layer built into the Application Runtime Container that provides access to virtualized databases hosted in the cloud. It actually plays more of a behind the scenes role, taking care of low-level technical details like…

SES 15: Assigning Display Role to a User Account

After your SAP HANA XS project is activated, you should see many new objects installed in SAP HANA repository. Before testing your SAP HANA XS application, you should assign this role at a user account, you wish to test the…

SES 14: Developing a Security Role for Display Access

When developing SAP HANA XS applications, you must follow a comprehensive security model which ensures that all aspects of your application is secure. So, you might need to defined a set of roles and privileges that determine the scope of…

SES 13: Linking the Project with Repository Workspace

Now that we know how to create SAP HANA XS project in the Eclipse, it is time to link your project with the Repository Workspace. You can do that as follows: Right click on the newly created SAP HANA XS…

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