Here are ten practice exercises for SAP ABAP (ABAP stands for “Advanced Business Application Programming”):
1. Create a program that displays the current system date and time when run.
2. Create a program that prompts the user for a number, then calculates and displays the square of that number.
3. Create a program that reads data from a CSV file and displays it in a table on the screen.
4. Create a program that prompts the user for a customer number and displays the customer’s name, address, and contact information from the SAP database.
5. Create a program that generates an invoice for a customer using data from the SAP database.
6. Create a program that generates a report showing the sales data for a specific product over a specified time period.
7. Create a program that allows the user to update the prices of a specific product in the SAP database.
8. Create a program that generates a report showing the inventory levels of all products in the SAP database.
9. Create a program that allows users to search for and display information about a specific purchase order.
10. Create a program that generates a report showing a specific sales area’s revenue over a specified period.
Please note that These exercises are basic examples, and it’s recommended to practice on a non-production system, as some of them may require access to certain tables or functionalities unavailable on all systems.
SAP ABAP Advance Exercise
Here is an advanced and complex SAP ABAP exercise:
Task: Create a program that reads data from a table and creates a report that displays the data in a specific format.
1. Create a new ABAP program using the transaction code SE38.
2. Define the data structure for the table you will be reading from. This should include the fields you will be using in the report.
3. Use the SELECT statement to read the data from the table and store it in your defined data structure.
4. Create a report using the data structure and the data you read from the table. Use the LOOP statement to iterate through the data and display it in the report.
5. Use the SUM and COUNT statements to calculate and display the total number of records and the total value of a specific field in the report.
6. Use the AT NEW and AT END OF statements to create subtotals for specific fields in the report.
7. Create an interactive ALV grid report using the CLASS CL_SALV_TABLE and the method SET_TABLE_FOR_FIRST_DISPLAY.
8. Implement a search functionality that allows users to filter the data based on specific criteria.
9. Use the UPDATE and MODIFY statements to allow the user to update the data in the table directly from the report.
10. Use the transaction code SE38 to test the program and ensure it works correctly.
Note: This exercise is complex and assumes that you have a good understanding of ABAP and can use related tools and transactions.