Publications

Many of the Enterprise Geeks have been quite active in the publication area, here you will find more information about various publications as well as links.

  • The SAP Developer’s Guide to PHP
    by Craig Cmehil

    With growing interest in the development of low cost development solutions in a corporate environment, PHP is becoming more and more popular. However, the biggest problem for most SAP developers is the need for quick information to help them hit the ground running. This SAP PRESS Essentials guide provides readers with a comprehensive assessment of what is really needed to work with PHP, as well as how the SAP and PHP systems work together. After a short introduction to PHP and its capability characteristics, the SAPRFC extension module for PHP 4 and PHP 5 is explained in detail. Working with a sample application, you will learn how the two systems communicate with one another, and how best to use PHP for your own SAP-related development projects. More

  • Next Generation ABAP Development
    by Rich Heilman and Thomas Jung

    This book shows advanced ABAP programmers new concepts, technologies, techniques, and functions that have been introduced to ABAP (“Release 7.0″) in the last few years. Based on a single real-world example that runs throughout the book – a university upgrading from SAP R/3 4.6C to SAP NetWeaver 2004s – you’ll follow along with the university’s lead ABAP developer as he develops a custom course booking system. This unique approach allows readers to view the entire process of design, development, and testing – right through the eyes of a developer. You’ll quickly familiarize yourself with all of the new possibilities in ABAP while discovering a series of actual scenarios that could easily be encountered in a real-life project. In certain areas the author also provides you with a glimpse towards upcoming ABAP releases, as well as references to former releases, as required. More

  • Advanced BSP Programming
    by Brian McKellar and Thomas Jung

    This book gives readers proven methods for overcoming common BSP development challenges. Every chapter provides step-by-step instruction and practical guidance on issues that many developers face in their everyday work. Insider know-how on the essentials of BSP programming, exclusive hints on measuring and boosting performance, and in-depth troubleshooting advice all come together to make this book an indispensable addition to your technical library. This unique reference also provides readers with detailed coverage of RSS Feeds, F4 helps, BSP integration in the SAP GUI, and much more. BSP Extensions are also discussed extensively – you learn everything about events, using BSP Element Expressions (BEEs), creating custom BSP Extension Elements, and more.

 

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