SAP HANA Practice Exercises

by | Jan 25, 2023 | Interview, Practice Exercises

Introduction

Unlock the full potential of SAP HANA with our collection of hands-on practice exercises. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, our exercises will help you master the intricacies of SAP HANA and build high-performance, data-driven applications. From basic exercises like creating a new table and working with data, to advanced exercises like implementing Calculation Views and using SQL Script, we’ve got something for everyone. Our step-by-step instructions and detailed explanations make it easy for you to follow along and improve your understanding of SAP HANA. With our practice exercises, you will be able to build professional, high-quality applications and advance your career as a SAP HANA developer. Optimize your skills, improve your knowledge and get ready to take on any HANA challenge with our SAP HANA practice exercises.

SAP HANA Basic Exercises

1. Connect to the SAP HANA system using the SAP HANA Studio and create a new schema.

2. Create a new table in the schema and insert data into the table using SQL statements.

3. Retrieve data from the table using SELECT statements and filter the data using WHERE clauses.

4. Perform basic calculations on the data, such as sum, average, and count, using SQL aggregate functions.

5. Join multiple tables together using the JOIN clause and retrieve data from multiple tables.

6. Create a new view in the schema and define the view using a SELECT statement.

7. Use the view to retrieve data and filter the data using WHERE clauses.

8. Create a new stored procedure in the schema and define the stored procedure using SQL Script.

9. Execute the stored procedure and pass parameters to the stored procedure.

10. Create a new sequence in the schema and use the sequence to generate unique numbers.

SAP HANA Advance Exercises

1. Create a Calculation View in SAP HANA using the graphical interface and use it to perform advanced calculations and data modeling.

2. Implement the use of variables and input parameters in Calculation Views.

3. Use the SQL Script editor to perform advanced calculations and data manipulation.

4. Create a new Analytic View in SAP HANA and use it to perform real-time data analytics and reporting.

5. Use the SAP HANA Web-based Development Workbench to create and edit database artifacts.

6. Implement the use of the SAP HANA modeling functions, such as RANK, RANK_DENSE, and RANK_MODIFIED.

7. Use the SAP HANA spatial functions to perform calculations on geographical data.

8. Create a new Attribute View in SAP HANA and use it to define and manage dimensions and hierarchies.

9. Use the SAP HANA graphical modeling tools to create and edit models, such as Calculation View and Analytic View.

10. Use the SAP HANA Predictive Analysis Library (PAL) to perform advanced data analytics, such as predictive modeling and forecasting.

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