ABAP Demo Sessions


ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming and /4 represents it's a 4th generation language.

ABAP is the programming language used to develop applications in SAP. It is a programming language developed by SAP which is a German company that develops ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems.  These systems are used by companies to track all information related to the business integrating finance, sales, materials data etc.  ABAP/4 is the programming language used for the development of thousands of tiny embedded programs called transactions that make up the application.

SAP is very flexible, it can be used for specific business functions rather than the whole enterprise and can be modified for the company's specific needs.  Every SAP installation has its own specific configuration and set of functions. SAP is an industry specific software and comes with a lot of predefined applications and configurations. SAP also provides lots of customizing options, if any of the applications provided by SAP does not meet your company specific requirements. Different customizing options include -

Modifications - Where the standard SAP code can be modified as per your business requirements.

Enhancements - The standard SAP applications can be enhanced without actually changing the source code of the main program using the enhancement techniques viz., User exits/Customer exits/Badis/Enhancement Points.

Customer Developments - Where you can develop your own applications in the SAP system.

Even though customization is not absolutely necessary to use an SAP system, however,  since every company has their own company specific business requirements, every company does customize standard SAP software to meet their company specific requirements. Few companies may have 30% customization and few may have up to 70% customization. Since all the applications are developed using ABAP programming language, every company needs ABAP consultants who can customize the software either through modifications, enhancements or custom developments.

Who should learn ABAP?

  • People aspiring to be an ABAP Consultant
  • Functional consultants - Since everyone who is working in SAP is expected to have at least working knowledge in ABAP. Having good ABAP knowledge should help you become a techno-functional consultant and also improve your troubleshooting skills as you can debug any application and also understand enhancement techniques better.
  • BI Consultants - You need to know ABAP if you want to write your own routines.
  • If you are new to SAP then learning ABAP should help you understand everything in SAP better as all the applications are developed using ABAP.


ABAP is a simple programming language and no prior programming knowledge is necessary.  It's absolutely fine if this is the first programming language you attempt to learn.

Topics Covered:

Introduction to ERP
Introduction to SAP & R/3 Architecture
Introduction to ABAP/4

What is ABAP?

  • Logon to SAP Environment
  • Transaction Codes
  • Multitasking Commands
  • Comments
  • Errors
  • ABAP/4 Editor ( SE38 )
  • Steps for Creating a Program
  • Elements in R/3 Screen
  • Output Statements
  • Operators in ABAP
  • Data, Parameter & Constant Statements
  • Data Types & Classification
  • Data Objects & Classification
  • Text Elements
  • String Operations
  • Control Statements
  • Field strings

ABAP Dictionary

  • ABAP Dictionary Introduction
  • Data Dictionary Functions
  • Data Dictionary Objects
  •  Data Base Tables
  •  Structures
  •  Views
  •  Data Elements
  •  Type Groups
  •  Domains
  •  Search helps
  •  Lock objects
  • Primary Key And Foreign Key
  • Table Maintenance Generator

SAP ABAP Packages 

  • Creating a package
  • Difference between local objects & packages
  • Transferring local objects to packages

SAP ABAP Variants 

  • Variants Introduction
  • Creating variants in ABAP Editor & Data Dictionary

SAP ABAP Message Classes

  • Message Class Introduction
  • Message types
  • Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs

Selection screen Introduction

  •  Parameter Statement
  •  Select-options Statement
  •  Selection-screen Statement
  • Screen table and its fields
  • Dynamic screen modification by using Modif Id key

SAP ABAP Open SQL Statements

  • Select
  • Insert
  • Modify
  • Update
  • Delete

SAP ABAP Internal Tables

  • Types of Internal Tables
  • Declaring Internal Table
  • Populating Internal Table
  • Processing Internal Table
  • Initializing Internal Tables
  • Inner Joins And For All Entries
  • Control Break Statements

Debugging Techniques

  • Debugging Techniques Introduction
  • Break-points (Static & Dynamic)
  • Watch points and call stack
  • Dynamically changing internal tables contents in Debugging Editor
  • Options to step through the program in Debugging Editor

SAP ABAP Modularization Techniques

  • Modularization Techniques Introduction
  • Includes
  • Subroutines
  • Passing Parameters to Subroutines
  • Passing Tables to Subroutines
  • Function Groups & Function Modules

SAP ABAP Reports

  • Reports Introduction
  • Classical Reports
  • Interactive Reports
  • Techniques Used For Interactive Reports



Get Cursor

  • ALV Reports
  • Interactive ALV Reports
  • Saving Report Output to PDF
  • OOPs ALV
  • SAP Query

Dialog / Module Pool Programming/ Transactions

  • MPP Introduction
  • Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program
  • Screen Painter
  • Menu Painter
  • Creating Transaction Codes
  • Flow Logic Events
  • Process Before Output (PBO)
  • Process After Input (PAI)
  • Process On Value Request (POV)
  • Process On Help Request (POH)
  • Include Programs in MPP
  • Dynamic Screens
  • Leave Screen
  • Leave to Screen
  • Call Screen
  • Set Screen
  • Processing of List from Transaction and Vice Versa
  • Elements in Screen Layout
  • Table Controls
  • Tabstrip Controls
  • Subscreens

SAP ABAP OOPS Concept Training

  • Object Oriented ABAP Overview
  • Defining a Class
  • Implementing a Class
  • Encapsulation and Implementation Hiding
  • Object Initialization and Cleanup
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Dynamic Method Call Binding
  • Interfaces
  • Interface Inheritance Vs Implementation Inheritance
  • Inheritance Vs Composition

SAP ABAP Batch Data Communication

  • BDC Introduction
  • Recording
  • BDC Methods
  • Call Transaction Method
  • Session Method
  • Handling Table Controls in BDC

Legacy System Migration Workbench(LSMW)

  • Different Methods
  • Flat file creation
  • Uploading data
  • File Handling
  • Application Server
  • Presentation Server

SAP ABAP Scripts

  • SAP Scripts Introduction
  • Components of SAP Scripts
  • Layout Set
  • Standard Text
  • Out Put Program
  • Modifying Standard SAP Script Layouts
  • Including Logos
  • SAP Script Utilities – Upload / Download

Smart Forms

  • Smart Forms Introduction
  • Graphics Management
  • Style Maintenance
  • Paragraph Formats
  • Character Formats
  • Writing print program and designing layouts

Runtime Analysis & SQL Tracing

Cross Applications

  • Introduction to Distributed Environment
  • Introduction to Cross Applications


  • Introduction to RFC
  • Creating RFC Destination between 2 Systems
  • Creating Remote Enabled Function Modules
  • Creating program using Remote Enabled Function Modules


  • ALE Basics
  • Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process
  • Configuration Steps
  • Define logical systems
  • Assign client to logical system
  • RFC destination
  • Customer distribution model
  • Creating Ports


  • What is an Idoc?
  • Types of Idocs
  • Basic Idocs
  • Extension Idocs
  • Creating Idocs
  • Message Types
  • Assigning Idoc type to Message type


  • EDI Basics
  • Difference between ALE & EDI
  • Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process
  • Configuration Steps
  • Port Creation
  • Partner Profile Creation


  • BAPI Overview
  • Creation of BAPI
  • Finding Standard BAPIs
  • Enhancing Standard BAPIs

SAP ABAP User Exits

  • User Exits Overview
  • Finding and Implementing User Exits
  • Customer Exits Overview
  • Finding and implementing Customer Exits
  • Types of Customer Exits
  • Field Exit
  • Screen Exit
  • Function Exit
  • Menu Exit


  • BADIs Overview
  • Defining a BADI
  • Implementing a BADI
  • Enhancement Points
  • Explicit and Implicit Enhancements

SAP ABAP Miscellaneous Topics

  • Correction & Transport request (CTS)
  • Transport Organizer
  • Work Bench Request
  • Task Creation
  • Release Objects
  • SAP Memory & ABAP Memory
  • Logical Database