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SAP ABAP Objects: A Practical Guide to the Basics and Beyond by Rehan Zaidi

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© Rehan Zaidi 2019
R. ZaidiSAP ABAP Objectshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4964-2_4

4. Class Builder

Rehan Zaidi1 
(1)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
 

Global classes are defined in the Class Builder, which has the transaction code SE24. Global classes and interfaces can be accessed by all ABAP programs in the R/3 system.

In this chapter, we first see how we can use the Object Navigator as an alternative transaction for creating global classes. We then move on to the Class Builder, where we will spend some time exploring its various tabs, particularly the Methods tab. We take a brief look at the Class Browser, and then return to the Class Builder, where we learn to test instance methods and view some examples.

Finally, we see a number of examples using ...

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