Tag Archive | development

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 1

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this first part we begin by explaining the motivations in the design of Web Dynpro.

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 6

This is part 6 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this final episode of the series, we explore the ways that you can trigger a memory snapshot to examine the detailed memory allocation within your application.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart6756.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart6339.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 5

This is part 5 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this part of the series we dig deeper into the Runtime Analysis tool. We show you how to trigger the Runtime Analysis trace for a Web Dynpro Application as well as how to filter out the surround Web Dynpro ABAP framework code from the trace results. We also show a preview of some of the new Runtime Analysis features that are coming in NetWeaver 7.02.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart5438.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart5197.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 4

This is part 4 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this part of the series we assume that the runtime problems occur in the SQL layer and we learn how to use the SQL Trace tool in Web Dynpro ABAP.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart4471.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart4731.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 3

This is part 3 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this part of the series we will look at the transaction STAD. This transaction can give you the first glance at performance measurements on the server side and help you then narrow the focus of your additional research.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart3889.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart3444.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 2

This is part 2 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this part of the series we look at browser based plug-ins and tools for exploring the performance on the client side. In particular we look at HTTP Watch (a 3rd party tool we use at SAP) as an Internet Explorer Add-In.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart2775.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart2309.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – March 3, 2010: WDA Performance Tools Part 1

This is part 1 of a 6 part series on tools that are available for monitoring or troubleshooting the performance in Web Dynpro ABAP based applications. In this part of the series we discuss performance aspects in general as well as looking at the Performance Monitor in WDA 7.01. The Performance Monitor tool can provide estimates about the performance breakdown of our application (client side vs. server side runtimes as well as user session memory on the server) and help us decide where we need to investigate further.

With the last two eLearning series in the ABAP Freakshow I have broken down the videos into small parts. Let me know if you like this approach or if you prefer 1 or 2 larger videos instead.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart1331.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSMarch2010WDAPerformanceToolsPart1423.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – February 5, 2010: ABAP UI Flexibility Part 6

This is part 6 of a 6 part series on User Interface flexibility in the ABAP environment. Part 6 of this series looks a bit to the future with the new Local Page Builder/CHIPs/Sidepanel functionality that is coming in NetWeaver 7.02. We see how reusable, generic UI functionality can easily be integrated into existing applications without coding.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart6803.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart6986.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – February 4, 2010: ABAP UI Flexibility Part 5

This is part 5 of a 6 part series on User Interface flexibility in the ABAP environment. Part 5 of this series shows the usage of Business Rules Framework Plus (BRF+) – the ABAP based rules engine that is part of NetWeaver 7.0. Specifically we demonstrate the usage of a decision table to add flexiblity to a calculation within our user interface.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart5410.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart5812.mp4

ABAP Freakshow – January 27, 2010: ABAP UI Flexibility Part 4

This is part 4 of a 6 part series on User Interface flexibility in the ABAP environment. Part 4 of this series shows how you can use a Filtered BADI for customer specific validations and processing in an SAP application.

You can download a high resolution version MP4 version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart4671.mp4

You can download an iPod/iPhone version of the video here:
http://blip.tv/file/get/Thomas_jung-AFSJan2010ABAPUIFlexibilityPart4735.mp4