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Figure 7 38: Showing a field's contents within the debugger. In the case of external programs, you must enter the program name within brackets preceding the field name. To modify fields values during a debugging session you have to Double click on the field to display or change within the code part of the ABAP debugging screen. This will take you to the tables debugging view. Once in the tables view, enter the new value in the column next to that field and click the pencil icon. This action is recorded in the system log.
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Upon clicking on the Table button from the initial ABAP debugger screen, the system will display the table debugging view. On this screen, you can see the Internal table input field, where you have to enter the name of the table to be displayed. The system will display the input field Column Header where it shows the table field names. Under each field, the system displays the corresponding values. If you want to display another table field, or display with a different order, you only have to edit the Column Header input field with the required fields and with the order you wish to be displayed. Within the screen for displaying tables, there are four push buttons available that are meant to provide the following functions: Push Button Function Delete Deleting row Steps Position the cursor over the line to be deleted. Press the Delete button. Position the cursor over the line and field to be modified. Press the Change button. Enter the new value in the input field. Press Enter. Click the Append button. 253
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Debugging and Database Enter the new value in the input field for the first field of the row. Press Enter. Enter the fields contents in the newly inserted line, following the same procedure as for editing a row. Insert Inserting row Position the cursor over the line where you want to insert a new line. Click the Insert button. Enter the new value in the input field for the first field of the row. Press Enter. Enter the fields contents in the newly inserted line, following the same procedure as for editing a row.
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When performing a debugging process for a program accessing the database, some consideration must be given since some data could be blocked for long periods of time. The ABAP debugger includes a function that can be used for releasing (unlocking) the database by selecting the option Debugging Database Commit (unlock). If you want to undo all modifications performed to the database since the last COMMIT, then you must use the option Debugging Database Rollback. Although there are occasions where debugging has to be done on productive systems, it is recommended to perform debugging in either the development or test environments.
Introduction to the ABAP Programming Language Features
ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming. Before release 4.0 of R/3, the language was known as ABAP/4 (the 4 meant it was a fourth generation language). With release 4.0B the name was changed to simply ABAP because, although the language maintains most of the best fourth generation language features and previous syntax and keywords, many object oriented features have been incorporated in a move to make it a fully capable object oriented language. It is the programming language that SAP has used to develop all the R/3 business modules and applications, including the system management functions. It is available to customers and developers to extend SAP functionality for their particular needs. ABAP programs are created and maintained using the workbench tools discussed in previous sections. Because of its origin and evolution, ABAP retains many of the fourth generation language features such as: It is based on structured programming methodologies, allowing modular programming and reutilization of code. It resembles natural English language, making ABAP programs easy to read and understand. It's an interpretative language, not compiled. This nature facilitates testing and running earlier versions of programs without the need for constant compilation. It can be used both from single report list programming (report programs) to complex transaction processing (dialog programs). It's an event driven language. It's completely integrated with the rest of the workbench tools, such as the screen painter, the menu painter, dictionary, and so on. Supports multilanguage text elements. This means that you can create text elements in several languages without modifying the program source code. Similar to many programming languages, it includes elements for 254
Debugging and Database Variable and data type declarations Flow control elements Operational elements Event elements Functions and subroutines, which can be managed by a central library Contains a subset of standard SQL statements enabling transparent database table access independently of the underlying database system being used. Provides extensive functions for handling and operating with data types such as dates, strings, floating point numbers, and so on. The ABAP object oriented features started together with SAP's strategic and technological move toward working with business objects and the introduction of Business Application Program Interfaces (BAPIs) within the Business Framework architecture. The business objects are included within the ABAP workbench in the business object repository (BOR). As an object oriented language, the new ABAP, from release 4.x onward, incorporates technology principles such as inheritance, encapsulations, and polymorphism to provide the language with advantages such as lower maintenance costs and greater ease in reusing code. Basic concepts and features of the ABAP object oriented programming language are the same as those of other object oriented languages. The most important are: A business object, or simply an object, represents a type of entity a customer, a business unit, an account, and so on containing all its properties. Every object has an identity that allows it to be distinguished from other objects. Object classes, or simply classes, specify the structure of the objects belonging to a given class and the definition of the interfaces. Classes are useful for grouping objects with the same structure (attributes, methods, events). Generally, objects are defined using classes. The term instance is used for a specific object belonging to a class. The object's attributes provide the object with its characteristics, describing the current object state. Methods are the actions that can be performed with the object, indicating the behavior of the object. Events are used so that the object can inform or be informed of any event or state change on the system to enable the system to react to those events. Interfaces are another very important feature of objects. They define the method in which objects can be used independently of their internal implementation.
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