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I only want to help - but before posting, read here: How to get your post rejected in ABAP Development

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 10:02 PM

    Personally I appreciate the reminder. The volume of "spec dumps" and other "dumps" has been increasing, unfortunately. If this gets at least a few people to reconsider then it's worth it.

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2016 at 11:10 AM

    I am just replying to make this post visible in recent activities. 😊

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  • Posted on Jun 20, 2016 at 09:30 AM

    I do get the point, but does the cause really justify the means?

    Ignoring names and status, to me it seems to come down to:

    1. Someone starting a "discussion" that is actually only promoting one owns blog post.
    2. further comments (by that person and others) do not add content, but are just intended for "bumping up" the "discussion" in some list.

    We are probably missing the "sticky thread" function that other forums software has, right?

    [I first thought about using "Alter moderator", but then realizes it's better to add something to the discussion itself]

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    • Over the past year or so there's been an increase in people posting specifications, rather than specific technical issues.

      Or having data in two internal tables and apparently without the programming skills to read those tables and merge the data into one internal tables.

      Or even posting what is obviously their homework!

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