ABAP Freak Show – Aug 5th – ABAP OO Tutorial Part 5

In this final entry in the 5 part ABAP OO series, we examine examples of how SAP puts the techniques that we learned in the previous 4 sessions to work within the standard code that they deliver to customers. We start by looking at the CL_BCS classes for sending email. CL_BCS* serves as a perfect example of the use of Persistent Objects and Polymorphism. We also look at the functionality behind the new ABAP Code Completion feature in the ABAP Editor. This block of code uses Persistent Objects, Inheritance/Polymorphism, Exception Classes, and MVC structured Classic Dynpro.

You can also download all the source code from all 5 tutorials. Just be sure to look at the ReadMe.pdf file for important tips on installing the source code.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:

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6 responses to “ABAP Freak Show – Aug 5th – ABAP OO Tutorial Part 5”

  1. Allie says :

    Is there any better MP4 or AVI copies available of the OO overview by Thomas Jung

  2. Thomas Jung says :

    What exactly were you looking for when you say better MP4 or AVI? The original flash video (which is HD) can be viewed full screen or downloaded from Blip.Tv. Also I provide links to an HD MP4 version and an iPod/iPhone MP4 version of each video.

  3. Allie says :


    First of all, I just want to thank you for the excellent blog wrt OO. I was hoping to get the 5 part series in downloadable format as some of the areas in South Africa do not have internet connection that readily available. The MP4 part 5 copy in question, is not readable as I cannot make out the screen shots. What is Blip.TV? and is the other parts tothis series in download format?

    Thanks for your time.

  4. Thomas Jung says :

    ><The MP4 part 5 copy in question, is not readable as I cannot make out the screen shots.
    Are you using the iPod MP4 or the HD MP4? Generally the HD MP4 should be high enough resolution that the screens are quite readable.
    I have downloadable versions in all 5 parts.

    Blip.tv is where I actually post the videos for streaming. You can click on the Guide and Details button on any video to lead back to the Blip.Tv site. For this video for instance:

    You can download the original FLVs from Blip.tv as well.

  5. Ankesh says :

    Hi ,

    Thanks for excellant brodcast of concepts of OO, I Really gained alot with these videos, pease continue so that beginers like us get a good knowledge of concept.

    Ankesh Jindal

  6. Paula says :

    Hi Thomas,

    This is such a good tutorial… It is obvious you really know what you are talking about. I am going to try to code all my new programs in OO. I have started reading a few books on ABAP OO, but none had these examples and were as clear as you…

    Kind regards,

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