SAP MTA and CAPM Practice Exercises

by | Jan 25, 2023 | Interview, Practice Exercises

Introduction

Take your SAP development skills to the next level with our collection of hands-on practice exercises for Multi-Target Application (MTA) and Cloud Application Programming Model (CAPM). Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, our exercises will help you master the intricacies of building and deploying cloud-native applications on the SAP Cloud Platform. From basic exercises like creating an MTA project and defining the project structure, to advanced exercises like implementing microservices architecture and implementing custom business logic, 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 MTA and CAPM. With our practice exercises, you will be able to build professional, high-quality applications and advance your career as an SAP developer. Optimize your skills, improve your knowledge and get ready to take on any MTA and CAPM challenge with our practice exercises.

SAP MTA and CAPM Basic Exercises

1. Create a new Multi-Target Application (MTA) project in the SAP Web IDE and define the project structure.

2. Create a new application module in the MTA project and define the dependencies between the modules.

3. Deploy the MTA project to the Cloud Foundry environment and test the application.

4. Create a new Node.js module in the MTA project and define the dependencies between the modules.

5. Use the Cloud Application Programming Model (CAPM) to define the data model for the application and generate the database tables.

6. Implement the CRUD operations for the data model using the CAPM service and repository classes.

7. Use the CAPM to define and implement a custom Business Logic and use it in the application.

8. Use the CAPM to implement the authentication and authorization for the application using JWT and OAuth2.

9. Create a new user interface module in the MTA project using SAPUI5 and use the CAPM services to retrieve and update data.

10. Implement the use of the CAPM to define and implement the event-driven architecture and use it in the application.

SAP MTA and CAPM Advance Exercises

1. Use the MTA to implement the use of microservices architecture, and use the CAPM to define and implement different services in the application.

2. Implement the use of the CAPM to define and implement the Domain-Driven Design (DDD) pattern in the application.

3. Use the MTA to deploy the application to different environments, such as Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, and on-premise systems.

4. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the CDS views and OData services in the application.

5. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the Event-Sourcing pattern in the application.

6. Use the MTA and CAPM to implement the use of the continuous delivery and continuous integration pipeline.

7. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the GraphQL for the application and use it to retrieve and update data.

8. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the custom validation and error handling in the application.

9. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the auditing and logging in the application.

10. Use the CAPM to implement the use of the configuration management in the application and use it to manage different environments.

SAP CAPM multi-tenancy Exercises

1. Create a new project in the SAP Web IDE and use the Cloud Application Programming Model (CAPM) to define the data model for the application.

2. Use the CAPM to implement multi-tenancy in the application by creating separate schema and tables for each tenant.

3. Implement the use of tenant-specific data access controls in the application using the CAPM and ensure that data is only accessible to authorized tenants.

4. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific configurations and settings in the application.

5. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific business logic in the application and ensure that it is executed only for authorized tenants.

6. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific user interface in the application and ensure that it is only accessible to authorized tenants.

7. Implement the use of tenant-specific authentication and authorization in the application using the CAPM.

8. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific event-driven architecture and ensure that events are only processed for authorized tenants.

9. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific monitoring and logging in the application and ensure that it is only accessible to authorized tenants.

10. Use the CAPM to implement the use of tenant-specific backup and restore functionality in the application and ensure that it is only accessible to authorized tenants.

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