Tagged: Abap

Checkpoint group (transaction code: SAAB)

Today I’ve received a great tip by SAP Netweaver consultant Frans van Gelderen regarding checkpoint(s groups). Checkpoints define points in a program, at which the state of the program can be tested during program execution. You can activate and deactivate checkpoints as well as break points from outside of the program...

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Sap Inside Track Netherlands (SITNL): PubQuiz

As mentioned in an earlier blog, also this year, for the 4th time in a row, the SAP Inside Track – Netherlands (SITNL) was organized. Because the SAP Teched had a closing event with a big social(izing) impact (read: Supertramp), we’d (the SITNL organizational committee) also wanted to go out...

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SAP TechEd 2012; Madrid – Cibers DemoJam entry

This year SAP Community Network (SCN) hosted the tenth annual Demo Jam at SAP TechEd. The Demo Jam features selected teams of SAP customers, partners and employees who have developed an innovative application using SAP technology. During a six minute presentation at the DemoJam in Madrid, Twan vd Broek (Ciber)...

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If you are not moving ahead – you’re falling behind

In March this year I’ve co-hosted a presentation at a customer seminar in which I’ve stressed the importance of ‘following the cheese’. Following the cheese (freely adopted from the “who moved my cheese” literature) was used to underline the ever-changing (SAP BI) world in which we’re living…as clearly to be...

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Predict requirements for a BW system on a SAP HANA database

Enclosed (SAP_BW_on_HANA_Sizing_Report_V1_0) an SAP document (PDF) which describes how to predict resource (sizing) requirements for a BW system on a SAP HANA database. This document contains some explanations on how to use/run ABAP report /SDF/HANA_BW_SIZING, which precautions to take and how to interpret its outcome.

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Overview of (commonly used) BW programs

Today, during my last day of co-hosting a SAP BW training with Roger Pijpers, he handed over another usefull list. This one contains a list of commonly used BW programs. This overview might come in handy if you’re looking for a particular program/report to run: RSCDS_NULLELIM – Delete fact table...

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