Question #11: What are the best practices which developers should keep in mind while using ABAP Core Data Services (CDS)? Question #12: How CDS controls Access with DCL(Data Control Language)?
SAP ABAP HANA CDS Interview Questions. Question 1: What is SAP CDS view? Question 2: Which three TADIR objects/artifacts are created on activation of a CDS?
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These tips and tricks should help to kickstart with Eclipse ADT
SQL console with Eclipse ADT is one of the most powerful tools which is not present in classical GUI ABAP workbench. With SQL console, now a Developer can directly query on SAP Business Database schema and can check the result/output on the fly.
Code Push Down is a very effective mechanism to improve the performance of ABAP code, however, the usage should be properly analyzed and planned. A developer generally has multiple options to use when hitting the database
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Eclipse fully supports Code completion as well as provides ready to use Patterns as per Definition of ABAP artifacts.
It is made possible to work with SAP Classical Debugger from within Eclipse. We don’t know whether this feature will sustain in long-term or not, however, it is present for now(for good).
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