ABAP Development Tools (ADT) 2.19 provides a various set of quick assists that help you to change ABAP source code in a semi-automated way as follows:
In SAP NetWeaver NW7.40 SP5, following new quick assist functionalities make your daily development tasks easier to handle:
Declaring Variables from Usage
You define a new local variable, attribute, or parameter from its usage.
Declaring Inline Variables Explicitly
You convert local inline declarations of one or several variables into explicit declarations.
Extracting Local Variables from Expressions
You create a local variable from an expression.
Converting Local Variables to Parameters
You promote local variables to a parameter of a method.
Assigning a Statement to a New Variable
You declare a new variable and assign the result of a statement to this variable.
Variables / Constants
Extracting Parameters from Literals
You create a new importing parameter for the current method with the literal as default value. Then, this parameter is used instead of the literal.
Extracting Methods from Expressions
You can move an expression to a new method and replace it with the call of a new method.
Declaring Exceptions from a Raise Statement
You add an exception to the method signature based on an existing RAISE EXCEPTION statement in the method implementation.
Creating ABAP Function Modules from Usage
You can create an ABAP function module from the name of the missing repository object. For this purpose, the corresponding creation wizard is opened.
Creating ABAP Includes from Usage
You can create an ABAP include from the name of the missing repository object. For this purpose, the corresponding creation wizard is opened.
Generating Class Constructor Methods
You can create an empty static class constructor method in the public section of the current ABAP class.
Generating Constructor Methods
You can create an instance method in the public section of the current ABAP class.
Generating Factory Methods
You can create a static create method in the public section of the current ABAP class.
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