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Design Pattern and ABAP Objects

Hello Friends,

I would like to know, if ABAP Objects can be used to do pattern oriented programming ?

For example GANG of four has provided almost more then 30 design pattern ( MVC, singelton, Obserable, FACADE,,,etc) can we implement patterns using ABAP ??

Many thanks

Haider Syed

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2005 at 10:50 AM

    Hi,

    of course, you can. This week I implemented the observer pattern in one of my bsp applications and it works great. All the popular patterns like command, singleton, factory, visitor are very easy to implement when using ABAP OO.

    regards

    Thomas

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      Hi Thomas

      nice to listen that u implemented observer pattern in BSP, is there some kind of utility avaiable like in java we have Observer and obserable ( interface and class) in I think java.util package avaiable, or all logic of observer you have implemented by your own ??

      Thanks

      Haider Syed

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2005 at 10:51 AM

    Hello Thomas,

    It would be great if you could provide a link which introduces the various design patterns.

    Regards,

    Anand Mandalika.

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2005 at 10:53 AM

    Hi!

    Have a look at topic Abap Objects

    So it can be used, but currently there is not much available (interpreting the missing comments after Subramanian V.'s post).

    Regards,

    Christian

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