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Earlier this week I finally completed the full version of the ‘Beginners Guide To ABAP‘. I decided to give the course its own website so not to get muddled up with the mixed bad of SAP content here.
Lots of people jumped on-board when I released it which I am super happy about. The course ended up taking me around 1 year to complete. This is way longer than I thought it would. Partly due to work commitments, well actually a lot due to work commitments, but also down to underestimating just how much work is involved in producing a quality training product.
Whilst making the videos and editing afterwards there was lots of content that was given the axe for all sorts of reason.
- Poor video.
- Poor Sound.
- What I recorded didn’t make sense!!
- I could go on and on.
Goal #1 Achieved
When I finally finished editing the last video I thought… finally the job is done. That feeling didn’t last long. Then came to realisation that I had another job – building a website to house the course.
After a bit of domain name searching I came upon abapcourse.com. Then got my WordPress coding hat on and went to work. The website took me about 2 weeks to complete. It may sound a long time but I had to figure out the payment processing, membership system etc…
Anyway, it’s done. Now I can relax a little and I hope the students who are taking the course really apply themselves and learn ABAP well. The course has taken a lot of work on my part and I have put my heart and soul into making it the most affordable and high quality course on SAP ABAP on the interwebs.
I would love to know your thoughts and if you have any questions just let me know. Heck, hit me up on Skype if you want … pete_m1 (no spam please).
In this seventh video of module 2 we finally get to see the data we have entered into out table and take a look at some of the useful SAP data dictionary tools we have available.
Now our table has been created we can enter records directly into it using some of the SAP ABAP Workbench tools for data entry. This video shows how to navigate to the data entry options and a few tips on screen set-up. For Reference You can get the the data entry screen through your ABAP […]
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Welcome to the next module in this Beginners Guide to ABAP. In this module, we’re going to focus specifically on the Data Dictionary. The Data Dictionary (Transaction Code SE11) is the main tool that we use to look at, understand, and enhance the database and database tables that are used by our SAP system. We […]