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Module Pool Scenario

Former Member
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Hi! Gurus,

As i have recently completed my SAP Certification. I need your help to sharpen my skills in Module Pool.

I will be highly thankful if someone can provide me specifications and details do that i can sharpen my skills in Module pool.

Regards,

Digvijay

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Former Member
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Hai Digvijay,

The first think you can do is search for tutorials in Google as lot of tutorials are available on the net.

Second practice well takin help of TCODE-> ABAPDOCU.

Third in case you face problem search in SDN first in case you don't get your answer CREATE a new thread.

Hope this solves your issue.

Best of luck.

Cheers,

Suvendu

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Former Member
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Hai Digvijay,

The first think you can do is search for tutorials in Google as lot of tutorials are available on the net.

Second practice well takin help of TCODE-> ABAPDOCU.

Third in case you face problem search in SDN first in case you don't get your answer CREATE a new thread.

Hope this solves your issue.

Best of luck.

Cheers,

Suvendu

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Hi Gurus,

I am expecting some real time situatotion one has faced and developed an application and custom application.

regards,

digvijay

MarcinPciak
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Hi Digvijay,

I think there are as many ways of taking off with module programming, as many people there are and as many needs they produce.

In my opinion, the best approach is to learn on real time examples, which means that if you get particular requiremnet about some report, try do it by means of module pool. First start with the basics and as the time pass, go for more sophisticated screen techniques and elements. Especially useful and user firiendly are GUI controls (created via all kinds of classes CL_GUI_...). These provides really powerful tool and introduces a bit different approach than for classic controls .

As for some background, following will be useful:

- tcode DWDM - examples of all kinds of controls

- tcode LIBS - examples of all kinds ALVs

- tcode BIBS - examples of different GUI elements

- all kinds of programs starting with BC *

Once you decide which controls you would like to use and what kind of approach it requires, try to analyze some example or search at help.sap.com for SAP documentation (or as suggested above go through SCN), especially WIKI where you can find i.e. [Code galery|https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/x/XyM]. As for dipping in the forum threads, it is of course necessary, but usually you do it when you encouter particular problem (so somewhere at your developmnet phase).

One extremely important thing which will help you will creating fancy screen are [subscreens|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/9f/dbabfe35c111d1829f0000e829fbfe/frameset.htm]. This is a must in order to develop complex screens.

Also general screens documentation might be helpful, so just refer [Screens|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/e4/2adbef449911d1949c0000e8353423/frameset.htm].

Regards

Marcin

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Thanks Marcin.

I have learnt the techniques in my certification course and developed a Module Pool application for displaying Flight data, as per values in CARRID, CONNID and FLDATE of SFLIGHT.

Then it display in one tab Details from SPFLI.

In 2nd tab it displays technical details for aircraft from SAPLANE.

In third tab a table control for BOOKING details from SBOOK.

But when i go fot interviews they ask for Real time scenarios.

Gurus please tell me a scenario from MM SD or PP or any other module so that i can explain some business requirement and satisfy people.

Thanks,

Digvijay