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ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages. ABAP used to be an abbreviation of Allgemeiner berichtsauf bereitungs prozessor, the German meaning of "generic report preparation processor", but was later renamed to Advanced Business Application Programming.
Duties of an ABAPer would include to develop and maintain programs to enhance the assigned application module using the SAP Development tools. Collaborate with the SAP Project Management, Business and Systems Analyst and user departments to develop specifications for system enhancements for continuous functional improvement. Develop Test Plans and automated scripts to assure expected performance quality levels meet standards in development efforts. Implement technical architecture surrounding the package.
Section 1: Introduction to SAP ABAP
Section 2: ABAP Dictionary
Section 3: ABAP Programming Techniques
Section 4: Data Transfer Methods
Section 5: Dialog Programming
Section 6: Performance Tuning
Section 7: Introduction to Advance Features