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  • Store, read and download file from MIME repository

    MIME repository is a nice and convenient way to store and provide built in documents for end users. It comes handy, when working with templates. User can download the up to date templates always. … more

  • HCM Programming

    Get employee ID

    DATA(employee_api) = cl_hcmfab_employee_api=>get_instance( ).DATA(pernr) = employee_api->get_employeenumber_from_user( ). "Scenario, where one user has 1 employment (1 employee ID … more

  • Get name of months in ABAP

    Tags: ABAP

    Nothing tricky here, function module MONTH_NAMES_GET is available for that purpose

     DATA: month_names TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF t247. CALL FUNCTION 'MONTH_NAMES_GET' TABLES month_names = month_ … more

  • Reading BRF+ Decision Table into ABAP

    The below snippet helps you to read BRF+ decision tables into ABAP, where only I EQ LOW range or direct value assignment is specified in a particular BRF+ table cell (everything other is ignored). … more

  • ABAP into Darkness 2 - ABAP Dark Theme for Eclipse

    ABAP Developer Tools is available for several years now. The capabilities reached the convinient and efficient level of ABAP source code edition with Netweaver 7.5. Working with it for daily and … more

  • ABAP into Darkness 3 - ABAP Dark Theme for Notepad++

    Every developer use text editors for several purposes. My favorite is Notepad++. You can use it to store values during debugging, to store source code temporary, or save your code patterns and … more

  • ABAP into Darkness 1 - Dark Theme for SE80

    Tags: ABAP, Editor, Dark

    Eyes tired after years of development or You might want to save your eyes in time ? This is the right place for You. This ABAP Editor settings pack was inspired by the SAP WebIDE Morlock theme … more