Category: Geek

Relive the sitNL pubquiz magic

For those of you who were present during the 8th edition of the sitNL  and want to relive/redo the pubquiz….here’s your chance! (By the way: This is also applicable for those who were not present 🙂 ) Since 2 years (thanks to Dick Groenhof), the pub quiz is being hosted by...

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Free SAP HANA for everyone. What are you waiting for?

Many of you should, by now, have already heard of SAP HANA, the in-memory, column-oriented, relational database management system of SAP. The benefits of this in-memory platform are tremendous, but due to the SAP HANA price tag, not cut out for all to use or fiddle around (aka execute a...

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Change is inevitable. So it’s nice to see what has changed…

Whenever you’re ordered to redesign an existing object (eg. DSO), it would be nice that, after you’re done with the alteration, you’re able to validate the correctness of your actions. This blogpost describes an easy way to find out which fields were altered (added, removed, replaced) after the redesign of...

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#sitnl2015 – The Pubquiz – Relive the fun :-)

During this year’s #sitNL, pubquiz v2.0 was introduced. No longer powerpoint driven, but fully interactive and mobile. Luckily the fun factor still remained…as in the end that’s the only real driver for the pubquiz After having received multiple requests regarding re-doing/re-living the fun, I’ve created this blogpost to inform all...

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Browse infoprovider content via RSRT using a ‘non existing’ query

Browse infoprovider content via RSRT using a 'non existing' query

Imagine you’ve created an (acquisition) DSO for which you’d like to browse its content. Imagine this DSO contains General Ledger Data and is called MC_O005 Of course “Display data” or SE16 can come in handy, but slicing and dicing on this data isn’t easy. Wouldn’t it be nice if there...

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