Tricks

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In this section you will find some Tricks in ALV, Classical Report, Smartforms…

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Classical ABAP

Smartforms

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  • Anonymous

    Hi,
    I want to learn interfaces in ABAP objects …Pls post some documents

  • Great resource.. I just start learning ABAP.. This site is very useful.

  • How to create a table if 2 fields are write/read access and 2 fields are only read access , it is possible in ddic? possible then explain that

  • Hi Goutham,

    I doubt that it would be possible.
    If you are talking about read only fields in the table maintenance than, you can control it using the events and screen settings.

    Regards,
    Naimesh Patel

  • Class 'A' is friend of Class 'B' then class 'B' access the private components of class 'A.

    Class 'B' is friend of class 'C',then class 'C' access the private components of class 'B'.

    my question is class 'C' can access the private components of class 'A'.

    yes then explain that?

    Thanks & Regards
    Goutham

  • Goutham,

    Yes, you can components of A via C. Since B can access fully A, you can create a method in B to call method of A. The same way, you can create a method in C to call the method of B which in turn calls the method of C.

    I'll try to post a solution with code for better understanding.

    Regards,
    Naimesh Patel

  • Why static methods can't be redefined in ooabap

  • Why static methods can't be redefined in ooabap

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