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Hi Friends,

I just started knowing BPS.

Could you share with me, based on your BW and BPS experience, which requires more coding, of course I mean in general?

Thanks!

Regards

Sanjay Patel

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 11:45 PM

    very broad question!

    In general I've encoutnered a lot more coding on the BPS side, but that's really due to the nature of the projects which have demanded a great deal of highly complex modelling - whilst on the BW side extractorions etc often have some delivered content as a starting point a lot of the modelling logic must be coded from scratch.

    FOX is quite a versatile tool, by properly setting the fields to be changed and condition paramters of the FOX funtion you are able to deliver custom functionality with a tiny fraction of the coding effort - for example to copy one key figure to another is achieved in a single line of code. It has its limitations though and ABAP exits are typically much more efficient for larger processing tasks.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 04:31 PM

    Hi Friends,

    Does FOX help replace some coding effort???

    hoping to get some response. Thank you.

    Cheers

    Sanjay Patel

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