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Practical Guide to SAP OpenUI5

Author : Prem Manghnani
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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to SAP Open UI5. The authors expertly bring readers up to speed on SAP UI5 technology utilizing Java Script, HTML, and CSS, and they explain, step by step, how to transition from traditional systems to handheld and mobile devices. Learn more about key OpenUI5 concepts including bootstrapping, controls, views, models, and data binding. Review your library options including JavaScript and CSS, and learn how to use them to increase available functionality. Walk through how to install the UI development toolkit library and set up the development environment. Learn how to leverage controls and evaluate when to use native JavaScript or the OpenUI5 library. Dive into SAP Fiori for SAP applications and walk through five key design principles. See practical examples of how to create applications using UI5. By using practical examples, tips, and screenshots, the author brings readers who are new to SAP Open UI5 up to speed on the fundamentals.
- Fundamental OpenUI5 concepts
- How to define controls for an application
- SAP Fiori applications and design principles
- Real-world examples of how to create applications using UI5

Practical Guide to SAP Workflow Agent Determination

Author : Gretchen Horn
File Size : 31.29 MB
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Dive into agent determination in SAP Business Workflow in this comprehensive guide. Explore the types of workflow agents and how each agent type is defined. Discover how agent types can be defined within the task and workflow definition. Explore workflow rules and clarify the various options for defining rules. Obtain expert advice on the functionality available to agents for processing work items and how to support them as a workflow administrator. Walk through the available reports that focus on the agents of workflow instances and learn how to identify errors, pinpoint areas for improvement, and reveal bottlenecks in workflow processes. Learn about best practices for agent administration and troubleshoot common errors. Examine detailed workshops exploring rule definition, modeled deadlines, ad hoc agents, and release procedures.

- Fundamentals of SAP Business Workflow agent types and agent determination
- Example rules defined using responsibilities, ABAP, evaluation paths, organizational data, and BRF+
- Agent administration and reporting
- Deep dive workshops exploring rule definition, modeled deadlines, ad hoc agents, and release procedures

Practical Guide to SAP Core Data Services CDS

Author : Deepa Rawat
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Core Data Services (CDS) is SAP’s method of defining persistent data models in the database layer. CDS is a key piece of the SAP HANA landscape, speeding up data retrieval by pushing database processing to the database engine. This books provides a practical introduction to the SQL-based functionality and methods. Learn how to use SAP HANA Studio to utilize perspectives to create objects in the SAP HANA database, including the SAP HANA development perspective. Use syntax to create non-CDS database artifacts via SAP HANA Studio development perspective using SAP HANA XS Classic. Explore CDS artifacts, how to use SAP HANA XS to define an artifact, and dive into a detailed example of how to create objects using a CDS concept. Learn how to create CDS objects using SAP HANA web-based development workbench, SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA, and SAP HANA Studio ABAP Workbench. Explore two methods to extract data from CDS views using ABAP. - Get an introduction to CDS and SAP HANA Studio - Create CDS views and code new structures in ABAP - Use templates, associations, and annotations - Explore select clauses and aggregate functions

Practical Guide to SAP CO Templates

Author : Tom King
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Material Valuation and the Material Ledger in SAP S 4HANA

Author : Tom King
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The methods used for inventory valuation have been transformed with SAP S/4HANA. The material ledger is now integrated with the Universal Journal and is the sole means for valuing materials. This book covers how valuation is managed in up to three different currencies, in parallel, without requiring the actual costing functionality. Learn how the material ledger interacts with the Universal Journal and how to configure the currencies used for parallel valuation. Investigate various valuation approaches and see how legal, group, and profit center valuation views can be used to help understand company profitability. Be guided through the configuration steps that enable these multiple valuation approaches. For those who are using or intending to use actual costing, learn how the actual cost is determined and the steps required to set this up to achieve maximum benefit. Find out how the actual costing run works and how alternative valuation runs can be used to provide additional information about inventory values. Review the optional business functions FIN_CO_COGM for parallel valuation of cost of goods manufactured, and LOG_MM_SIT for intercompany stock-in-transit and actual costing to see how they can be used for additional analysis of inventory. Investigate the different forms of balance sheet valuation and how they interact with the material ledger. - Valuation in parallel currencies, with and without transfer pricing - Defining currencies and using them with the material ledger - Valuation using standard cost, moving average cost, and actual cost - Balance sheet valuation methods

SAP OpenUI5 for Mobile BI and Analytics

Author : Raquel Seville
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The increased adoption of HTML5 has created the opportunity for developers to build applications that work seamlessly across multiple devices and browsers. This expert guide covers the foundations of CSS, HTML5 and jQuery, as well as a broad range of topics from design thinking, testing, optimization, security, graphs, maps and databases. All of these help you to build a seamless mobile business intelligence (SAP BI) app using HTML5, leveraging the cohesiveness of SAP OpenUI5. Explore why design thinking should sit at the core of your mobile application. Compare and contrast using native versus web-based applications. Explore the tools available to develop mobile apps, as well as easily write HTML5 code from scratch. Learn how to create a reusable skeleton code framework that you can leverage on future projects, as well as how to build web apps using SAP OpenUI5. Explore considerations for an effective security and privacy strategy. Acquire best practices on how to test and enhance your HTML5 site by enabling compression, caching, and optimizing your images. In addition to practice exercises, this book includes free sample layout options for different mobile devices and an OpenUI5 Starter Kit. By using practical examples, tips, and screenshots, the author brings the building of mobile BI apps to life. - Delve into the foundations of CSS, HTML5, and jQuery - Learn how to build a seamless mobile BI app using SAP OpenUI5 - Use open source library d3.js to create custom data visualizations for bar, line, and pie charts - Build web apps using real world scenarios and test layout options for different mobile devices

Apache Cordova 4 Programming

Author : John M. Wargo
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Using Apache Cordova 4, you can leverage native technologies and web standards to quickly build cross-platform apps for most mobile devices. You can deliver a high-end user experience where it matters, while radically simplifying code maintenance and reuse. Apache Cordova 4 Programming is the most concise, accessible introduction to this remarkable technology. In this essential guide, expert mobile developer John Wargo quickly gets you up to speed with all the essentials, from installation, configuration, and tools, to building plugins and using Cordova’s powerful APIs. Wargo helps you make the most of Cordova 4’s major enhancements, while offering practical guidance for all versions, including Adobe PhoneGap. Full chapters are dedicated to five major mobile platforms: Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Firefox OS, and Ubuntu. Using rich, relevant examples, Wargo guides you through both the anatomy of a Cordova app and its entire lifecycle, including cross-platform testing and debugging. Throughout, he illuminates Cordova development best practices, streamlining your development process and helping you write high-quality apps right from the start. Topics include Installing and configuring Cordova’s development environment Working with the Cordova command line interfaces Creating Cordova plugins, using Plugman and the PhoneGap CLI Cordova’s support for Firefox OS and Ubuntu devices Automation (Grunt and Gulp) and Cordova CLI hooks Microsoft’s hybrid toolkit for Visual Studio Third-party tools, such as AppGyver, GapDebug, THyM, and more Beautifying Cordova apps with third-party HTML frameworks, such as Bootstrap, OpenUI5, Ionic, and Onsen UI Running, testing, and debugging Cordova apps on each major mobile platform Access the full code examples at, where you’ll also find updates reflecting Cordova’s continuing evolution. This book is an ideal companion to Wargo’s authoritative collection of Apache Cordova code recipes for each Cordova API, Apache Cordova API Cookbook (Addison-Wesley, 2015).