Object-Oriented Programming with ABAP Objects - Wood, James; Rupert, Joe
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There's more to ABAP than procedural programming. If you're ready to leap into the world of ABAP Objects-or are already there and just need a refresher-then this is the book you've been looking for. Thanks to explanations of basic concepts, practical examples that show OOP in action, and updates for AS ABAP 7.4, you'll find answers to questions you didn't even know you had. Clear Conceptual Explanations Master the basics with easy-to-understand explanations that make coding with classes and objects seem like second nature. Practical Examples The best way to learn is by doing. Download source…mehr

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There's more to ABAP than procedural programming. If you're ready to leap into the world of ABAP Objects-or are already there and just need a refresher-then this is the book you've been looking for. Thanks to explanations of basic concepts, practical examples that show OOP in action, and updates for AS ABAP 7.4, you'll find answers to questions you didn't even know you had. Clear Conceptual Explanations Master the basics with easy-to-understand explanations that make coding with classes and objects seem like second nature. Practical Examples The best way to learn is by doing. Download source code to practice your skills in object cleanup and initialization, inheritance, polymorphism, and more. Updates for New Releases and Tools Make sure your skills are up to date with the latest information on how AS ABAP 7.4 will affect your object-oriented programming. Highlights: Working with objects Encapsulation and implementation hiding Object initialization and cleanup Inheritance Polymorphism Component-based design Exceptions ABAP Unit ALV object model Object Services BOPF Galileo Press heißt jetzt Rheinwerk Verlag.
  • Produktdetails
  • SAP Press
  • Verlag: Rheinwerk Verlag
  • 2nd ed
  • Seitenzahl: 470
  • Erscheinungstermin: Januar 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 240mm x 184mm x 35mm
  • Gewicht: 1025g
  • ISBN-13: 9781592299935
  • ISBN-10: 1592299938
  • Artikelnr.: 41652298
Autorenporträt
Wood, James
James Wood is the founder and principal consultant of Bowdark Consulting, Inc., an SAP NetWeaver consulting and training organization. With more than seven years of experience as a software engineer, James specializes in custom development in the areas of ABAP Objects, Java/J2EE, SAP NetWeaver Process Integration, and the SAP NetWeaver Portal. Before starting Bowdark Consulting, Inc. in 2006, James was an SAP NetWeaver consultant for SAP America, Inc. and IBM Corporation where he was involved in multiple SAP implementations. He holds a master's degree in software engineering from Texas Tech University. To learn more about James and the book, please check out his website at http://www.bowdarkconsulting.com.

Rupert, Joe
Joe Rupert is a senior technical consultant at Bowdark Consulting, Inc. Before joining Bowdark, Joe worked for several health care technology companies building complex search engines for querying biomedical research, patient lab and clinical data.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction ... 15 PART I Introduction 1 ... Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming ... 23 1.1 ... The Need for a Better Abstraction ... 23 1.2 ... Classes and Objects ... 26 1.3 ... Establishing Boundaries ... 30 1.4 ... Reuse ... 34 1.5 ... Object Management ... 38 1.6 ... UML Tutorial: Class Diagram Basics ... 38 1.7 ... Summary ... 45 2 ... Getting Started with Objects ... 47 2.1 ... Defining Classes ... 47 2.2 ... Working with Objects ... 59 2.3 ... Building your First Object-Oriented Program ... 78 2.4 ... Working with Global Classes ... 84 2.5 ... Developing Classes Using the ABAP Development Tools in Eclipse ... 97 2.6 ... New Syntax Features in Release 7.40 ... 114 2.7 ... UML Tutorial: Object Diagrams ... 117 2.8 ... Summary ... 119 3 ... Encapsulation and Implementation Hiding ... 121 3.1 ... Lessons Learned from Procedural Programming ... 121 3.2 ... Data Abstraction with Classes ... 131 3.3 ... Defining Component Visibilities ... 133 3.4 ... Designing by Contract ... 139 3.5 ... UML Tutorial: Sequence Diagrams ... 140 3.6 ... Summary ... 142 4 ... Object Initialization and Cleanup ... 143 4.1 ... Understanding the Object Creation Process ... 143 4.2 ... Working with Constructors ... 148 4.3 ... Object-Creational Patterns ... 152 4.4 ... Garbage Collection ... 157 4.5 ... Tuning Performance ... 159 4.6 ... UML Tutorial: State Machine Diagrams ... 161 4.7 ... Summary ... 163 5 ... Inheritance and Composition ... 165 5.1 ... Generalization and Specialization ... 166 5.2 ... Inheriting Components ... 175 5.3 ... The Abstract and Final Keywords ... 183 5.4 ... Inheritance vs. Composition ... 191 5.5 ... Working with ABAP Refactoring Tools ... 194 5.6 ... UML Tutorial: Advanced Class Diagrams ... 198 5.7 ... Summary ... 201 6 ... Polymorphism ... 203 6.1 ... Object Reference Assignments Revisited ... 204 6.2 ... Dynamic Method Call Binding ... 210 6.3 ... Interfaces ... 212 6.4 ... UML Tutorial: Advanced Class Diagrams Part II ... 229 6.5 ... Summary ... 232 7 ... Component-Based Design Concepts ... 233 7.1 ... Understanding the SAP Component Model ... 233 7.2 ... The Package Concept ... 236 7.3 .. Package Design Concepts ... 258 7.4 ... UML Tutorial: Package Diagrams ... 260 7.5 ... Summary ... 262 8 ... Error Handling with Exception Classes ... 263 8.1 ... Lessons Learned from Prior Approaches ... 263 8.2 ... The Class-Based Exception Handling Concept ... 266 8.3 ... Creating Exception Classes ... 268 8.4 ... Dealing with Exceptions ... 275 8.5 ... Raising and Forwarding Exceptions ... 281 8.6 ... UML Tutorial: Activity Diagrams ... 294 8.7 ... Summary ... 297 9 ... Unit Tests with ABAP Unit ... 299 9.1 ... ABAP Unit Overview ... 300 9.2 ... Creating Unit Test Classes ... 301 9.3 ... Assertions in ABAP Unit ... 307 9.4 ... Managing Dependencies ... 310 9.5 ... Case Study: Creating a Unit Test in ABAP Unit ... 313 9.6 ... Executing Unit Tests ... 316 9.7 ... Evaluating Unit Test Results ... 319 9.8 ... Moving Towards Test-Driven Development ... 321 9.9 ... Behavior-Driven Development ... 322 9.10 ... UML Tutorial: Use Case Diagrams ... 323 9.11 ... Summary ... 328 PART II ... Case Studies 10 ... ABAP Object Services ... 331 10.1 ... Introduction ... 331 10.2 ... Working with the Persistence Service ... 335 10.3 ... Querying Persistent Objects with the Query Service ... 357 10.4 ... Modeling Complex Entity Relationships ... 362 10.5 ... Transaction Handling with the Transaction Service ... 369 10.6 ... UML Tutorial: Communication Diagrams ... 375 10.7 ... Summary ... 377 11 ... Business Object Development with the BOPF ... 379 11.1 ... What is the BOPF? ... 379 11.2 ... Anatomy of a Business Object ... 382 11.3 ... Working with the BOPF Client API ... 397 11