Presenting Today at ASUG Illinois Chapter Meeting

Thursday, July 27th, 2006 | SAP

I am in Chicago right now and met last night with Mark Smithson, independent SAP consultant and SAP forms guru. We are presenting today together at the ASUG Illinois Chapter Meeting in Palatine, IL and will compare the different SAP forms tools SAPscript, SAP Smart Forms and SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe.

Thomas Jung, the top SDN contributor, will be there as well presenting ABAP Web Dynpro and I am looking forward to talk to him again.

1 Comment to Presenting Today at ASUG Illinois Chapter Meeting

September 18, 2010

Would like to add my two cents to the discussion.
ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming), to me, is much like a COBOL and/or C hybrid. The value versus reference feature reminds me of C. The commands (MOVE, WRITE,…) and PERFORMs remind me of COBOL. ABAP constructs (Loops, subroutines, if/then,…) seem similar to constructs in other languages. The only aspects of the language not communicated in this web site are SAP GUI related features (Like functions defined in the SAP GUI). I felt ABAP GUI features/impacts would be too difficult to accurately explain.

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