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How can I start with SAP abap?

hi Guys. I have an urgent question. I started a SAP training course. it is a sap user certificate MM. we use a system that is fully functional. that means I can use all modules. I can also practice abap with it. after this course i will also do a consultant training course. therefore I would like to ask you how I should start with abap? can you recommend tutorials, videos or documents to me? i would also like to say that i also have access to sap learning hub.

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    Posted on Oct 18 at 05:23 AM

    Hi user4sap Asla,

    Welcome to the gang! It is a great time to start with ABAP

    So much has changed and evolved with ABAP and in its surroundings... software programming in SAP is getting more and more important. Full stack developers, that actually understand the functional and business aspects will never be a commodity :)

    Wow...HANA, FIORI, SCP, XSA, CDS, ODATA, Rest API, Business Application Studio - There is a lot to catch up!.

    So, start from the basics:

    TAW1E - SAP E-Academy ABAP Basics

    HA400 - ABAP Programming for SAP HANA

    From there, you need to evaluate where you want to deep dive. If you look for 'ABAP' in sap education portal, you will find 193 trainings. That does not count opensap and other non-official channels.

    https://training.sap.com/search?q=abap&filters%5Bcountry%5D%5BUnited+States+of+America%5D=on&filters%5Bcountry%5D%5BCanada%5D=on

    Keep an open mind to the Cloud solutions (both back end and front end), automation, integration, data management, UI...

    And good luck on your journey!

    Cheers,

    Luis

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  • Posted on Oct 18 at 06:09 AM

    You might want to check SAP Press books on the subject.

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  • Posted on Oct 18 at 08:05 AM

    Hi,

    Training consultants functionally along with ABAP knowledge will help consultant or throw some light to debug the system.

    Better part of understanding the ABAP through functional area is through debugging...

    Also recommend to have some basic knowledge of DDIC will help to nail the exact requirement both functionally and techincally.

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  • Posted on Oct 18 at 04:03 PM

    Hey thx for the answers. luis has right withe all the wordings like hana, odata, fiori... Old technologies and new technologies. I make the course for Sap Consulting in MM. And in my freetime i want to learn and train on abap. So my hope is, if i start to search a job i can apply for a consultant and developer jobs.

    So the tipp from Luis is very helpfull for my learning path. I think i will try to learn like in the taw1e sap training.

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  • Posted on Oct 18 at 05:43 PM
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    I have 1 question. What is the difference from developing abap programs on the sap cloud or to create the program with eclipse?

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    • Former Member

      If you have any SAP System with you, Connect with the Eclipse tool and then you can start learning.

      ABAP on SAP Cloud has a difference than compared with ABAP Eclipse, When you start using ABAP on SAP Cloud , you can easily link your ABAP Code with JavaScript, Machine Learning and also you will get a chance to explore most of the options on the cloud foundry.

      Happy Learning.
      Good Luck.

  • Posted on Oct 18 at 08:14 PM
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    Hi. Because of my Consulting training i have acces to a education sap system. I connect to a virtual windows over my browser and then open there the sap logon app. Sap logon opens a sap erp system with the old traditional sap gui.

    I will write in this system the abap programs.

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