Based on the most prolific weblog in the SAP Developer Network, this book deals with overcoming common BSP development challenges. Every chapter provides step-by-step instruction and practical guidance to answer critical questions, with which many developers struggle in their everyday work. Exclusive, insider know-how on the essentials of BSP programming, invaluable hints on boosting performance, and in-depth troubleshooting advice make this book an indispensable addition to your technical library. This unique reference also provides readers with exclusive coverage of TableView renderers, F4 helps, BSP integration in the SAP GUI, and much more.
- HTTP Handling and URLs
- Authentication and Session Management
- BSP Extensions, BSP Element Expressions
- Help Systems
- Document Handling
- RSS Feeds, Interactive Excel, Mini-Portals
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Brian McKellar is Development Architect for BSP and Web Dynpro ABAP at SAP in Walldorf. The past five years he has worked on the development of first BSP, and slowly moved over to Web Dynpro. He knows the complete BSP runtime better than the back of his hand, having worked on the development of large parts of it. Also, from handling problem tickets of years, there is not a problem within the BSP field which he has not seen at least once. Brian is also very active in SDN, and regularly contributes with technical weblogs on BSP.
Thomas Jung is a solution architect on the SAP Technology Solution Management team, focusing on the SAP custom development tools, particularly as they apply to ABAP development or user interface technology. He is a frequent presenter at SAP events and can often be found on SDN. Before joining SAP Labs in 2006, Thomas was an applications developer for an SAP customer. He was involved in SAP implementations as an ABAP developer for almost 10 years.
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Descripción SAP PRESS, 1st edition, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1592290493