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User exits and Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) provide organizations with an ideal way to extend and optimize standard SAP systems with proprietary developments. This new guide in the SAP PRESS Essentials series shows you how to implement your own custom developments in ABAP for use in SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW).
A brief introduction to the subject is followed by an extensive overview of the central aspects of high-performance ABAP programming techniques. Readers obtain detailed insights on the options available for manipulating the data flow from the source system through to the report. You’ll learn how to develop extractor exits and extensions, plus uncover the wide range of options available for customizing data in SAP NetWeaver BI—from transformation (including the derivation of characteristics and key figures), to start and end routines, to transfer and update rules—this guide covers all the bases. Finally, the description of variable exits with extensively commented code examples enables you to implement, step-by-step, your own custom developments on a daily basis.
Although this technical guide is based on SAP NetWeaver BI (Release SAP NetWeaver 2004s) it also touches upon previous releases by outlining the essential differences wherever necessary. The book is mainly intended for developers supporting a release upgrade, but it can also be consulted regularly as an invaluable reference book.
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After graduating with a degree in business mathematics from Technische Universitšt Berlin, Germany, Dirk Herzog started his career in 1996 in the CO-OM development department at SAP in Walldorf, Germany. His work focused on cost-center planning and the CO planning processor. Four years later, he moved back to Berlin to join the BW consulting team at SAP Deutschland. Since then, he has led numerous national and international implementations of Business Intelligence (BI) and Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM). These included the world's first SAP BW 3.0 project, one of the first cube-based SEM-BCS implementations, and a large International Accounting Standards (IAS) project in the banking sector. Dirk also has developed solutions and solution concepts for complex modeling and implementation. He is co-author of the PDEBWB course on "User Exits in SAP BW," and has taught the course several times. Whenever he has the time, Dirk writes Web logs in the SAP Developer Network (SDN) and answers forum questions.
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Book Description SAP PRESS, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1592290981