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Introducing a small utility class to build HTML code within ABAP. This utility wraps the logic for build HTML Tags and string manipulation within itself for simple client access. Motivation Recently, I needed to generate an email notification using HTML. The email notification would contain the data in Table format. I don’t like to concatenate…

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In last two posts related to D3.js integration, we have seen a and . In this post, I will show you how we will put all these pieces together for a full blown working solution on exposing the data and generating graphics using D3.js. I have divided this tutorial in 3 parts, so be sure…

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This is part of the series in “Bring Data to Life”. In this part we explore how we create a working RESTFul Web Service in SAP and handle the request in ABAP. I have divided this tutorial in 3 parts: Introduction to RESTful WS RESTful WS is service implemented using HTTP using REST principles. In…

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Displaying data in using graphics like Bar charts, Stacked charts, Pyramids, Maps are more appealing as well as fun to work with. Recently, I came across this great library D3.js which is based on Javascript. The library D3.js is very powerful and provides so many different type of graphical options which we can use. Introduction…

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Recently, I was working on getting the Handling Unit (HU) details. The purpose of getting the details was to print it on a output. I faced quite a grief because of a simple stupid bug in standard SAP code. Preface Customer wanted to display the HU tree structure in the printed output on the Packing…

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Well, everybody will be aware of the conversion exit functions available in SAP. The SAP provided conversion exit functions must be called individually in the programs to convert the field value internally and externally. Now, why can’t we do this dynamically by avoiding individual calls to the functions? Background Yes, it can be done ….

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