ABAP Objects

COURSE OUTLINE:

Description

In this course, you will strengthen your ABAP skills by gaining a full understanding of the use of object-oriented programming techniques, and how to apply them practically in your ABAP applications.

This course is aimed exclusively at participants without any knowledge of object-oriented programming.

You should attend both BC400 (ABAP Workbench Foundations) and BC401 (ABAP Objects) to gain in-depth understanding of the ABAP Workbench as well as the ABAP programming language. (ABAP consists of procedural and object-oriented parts. This also reflected in these courses.)

This course is based on software release� SAP NetWeaver 7.40 SPS5, plus ABAP development tools.

Audience
  • Developer
  • Developer consultant
  • Help desk / COE support
  • Program / project manager
Prerequisites
  • BC400 - ABAP Workbench Foundations
Learning Objectives
  • Concepts of object-oriented programming
  • Develop business applications with ABAP Objects

1. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

  • Explaining the Object-Oriented Programming Model
  • Analyzing and Designing with Unified Modeling Language (UML)

2. Fundamental Object-Oriented Syntax

  • Creating Local Classes
  • Creating Objects
  • Accessing Methods and Attributes
  • Implementing Constructors in Local Classes
  • Implementing Class Constructors in Local Classes

3. Inheritance and Casting

  • Implementing Inheritance
  • Implementing Upcasts Using Inheritance
  • Implementing Polymorphism Using Inheritance
  • Implementing Downcasts Using Inheritance

4. Interfaces and Casting

  • Defining and Implementing Local Interfaces
  • Implementing Polymorphism Using Interfaces
  • Integrating Class Models Using Interfaces

5. Object-Oriented Events

  • Implementing Events in Local Classes
  • Implementing Events in Local Interfaces

6. Object-Oriented Repository Objects

  • Creating Global Classes
  • Defining and Implementing Global Interfaces
  • Implementing Inheritance in Global Classes

7. ABAP Object-Oriented Examples

  • Using the ABAP List Viewer (ALV)
  • Describing Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)

8. Global Classes in ABAP Development Tools

  • Developing Eclipse-Based ABAP Programs

9. Class-Based Exceptions

  • Explaining Class-Based Exceptions
  • Defining and Raising Exceptions
  • Implementing Advanced Exception Handling Techniques

10. Unit Testing

  • Unit Testing with ABAP Unit

11. Object-Oriented Design Patterns

  • Implementing Advanced Object-Oriented Techniques
  • Implementing the Singleton Pattern
  • Implementing Factory Classes Using Friendship
  • Implementing Persistent Objects

12. Runtime Type Services

  • Using Runtime Type Identification (RTTI)

13. Creation of a Comprehensive Object-Oriented Application

  • Developing a Comprehensive Object-Oriented Application