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ABAP OO + BSP are more powerfull than Java ?

I come from JAVA and .NET world. I have to say a strange thing : It's really faster and easier to develop a webapplication with BSP + ABAP than with JAVA. very Faster. On other good new : For a guy coming from IT world, begins with a ABAP 00 BSP developpement (language is very easy ) It's a best way to acquire SAP culture and overview.

Best team : A Abap programmer to develop Z_BAPI and a Webdeveloper who knows ABAP OO and BPS + Macromedia + WEBDAV + XMLSPY ...

What do you think about my point of view ?

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    Posted on May 05, 2004 at 09:38 PM

    In my opinion, at a higher level, all these frameworks (and their components) have their own Pros and Cons. I am referring to NetWeaver, .NET, and J2EE.

    In the day and age of highly customized solutions, differing technical landscapes and varying requirements - every software development project is different.

    I think that its hard to generalize the superiority of one approach or framework over another.

    To me, the best solution is the best solution for a particular problem that is a part of a scenario that is within a certain context.

    However, your point is also meritorious in that you seem to prescribe the need for a clearer separation between the development of business logic and the design of presentation guidelines in a software development project. That is one of the guiding principles of SAP's new Web Dynpro paradigm.

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2004 at 08:37 PM

    <i>What do you think about my point of view ?</i>

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