Eclipse provides basic classical functionality to create a new transport and to write in an existing transport. In addition to classical version history, Eclipse also offers “Local History” for a locally created Program/Class/Function module.
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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« Previous Index Next » ADT supports a wide variety of ABAP Objects and this is expected too because Eclipse is part of SAP's future development offering. SAP is working on future WebIDE which should allow to do ABAP programming on HANA Cloud Platform. Well, we wait with the excitement. Good things take time to … Continue reading ADT Support for ABAP Objects