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GUID and UUID in SAP HANA

26. Januar 2022

You will often encounter GUID and UUID in SAP HANA and in S/4HANA as key fields. As long as these do not have to be interpreted or…

Embedded Analytics with CDS Queries - with Query Template

20. Januar 2022

What are CDS Queries? CDS queries can only read data from CDS InfoProviders Reporting directly in the transactional ERP system (e.g. S/4HANA…

CDS InfoProvider - The solid basis for Embedded Analytics in S/4HANA

18. Januar 2022

The CDS InfoProvider Views form a modeling layer that serves as the starting point for Embedded Analytics in S/4HANA with CDS queries…

The different CDS View types

17. Januar 2022

Unfortunately, in the official SAP documentation there is no clear definition of designations to the CDS View types concerning their…

Cheat Sheet CDS ABAP

14. Januar 2022

Cheat Sheet CDS ABAP The perfect complement to Brandeis Consulting's training courses This cheat sheet contains a comprehensive overview of…

The ABAPVARCHARMODE: Blanks and Empty Strings in ABAP and SQLScript

21. April 2021

The two SAP programming languages ABAP and SQLScript behave differently when it comes to processing strings with blanks. This can lead…

AMDP (ABAP Managed Database Procedures)

18. November 2020

With the ABAP Managed Database Procedures, or AMDP for short, SAP succeeds in making the performance of the SAP HANA database in ABAP…

Reusing Business Logic in AMDP Transformation Routines

18. November 2020

Last week I read Lars Breddemann's great article about separating business logic from the underlying database tables without using…

Treat unallowed characters in SAP BW/4HANA with SQLScript

6. November 2020

With SQLScript, errors can be avoided elegantly and performantly during loading due to the unallowed characters in SAP BW. This article…

Uploading Transport Requests to an SAP CAL System

12. Juli 2019

In the SAP Cloud Appliance Library (CAL) , you can use SAP's latest systems in the cloud with little effort. Some of the systems are free…