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HR-ABAP basic questions

1) What is the reason for using infotypes with different way(not the same way as in ABAP) of saving the records the database is used in the ABAP-HR Programming?

2) What is the some reason for using Logical Database more ABAP-HR?

3) What is the reason for using precoded macro's in ABAP-HR?

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 11:33 AM

    If I remember correctly, the HR module was a bolt-on product bought by SAP and slightly reengineered in the early days.

    So the answer to 1) 2) and 3) is : historical.

    rgds, matt

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    • I can't really add to my previous responses:, except that for 1) and 2), It's because it was designed that way, and HR was developed originally seperately from SAP.

      If you really want to get on in ABAP-HR, I propose you get the book mySAP HR - Technical Principles and Programming from the SAP Press. Also, consider attending the HR Programming course - used to be HR350. It's very useful.

      If you're a reasonably competent programmer, you won't find much difficulty cutting over.

      Don't spend too much time wondering about why things are as they, just concentrate on learning how they are. Essentially, that's the way it was done originally, and it would take far too much time and effort and retraining to change it.

      matt

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 11:38 AM

    Hi,

    Check this link

    please-give-me-abap-hr-faq

    Reward if this helps,

    Satish

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    • On all your replies, is there really a need to remind for the points? For the threads which are marked as questions, it means that points would be awarded as appropriate.

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