Best Practices of SAP ABAP developmentCategory: General Posted:Jun 30, 2015 By: admin
1. Business Requirements must be reviewed and functional specification must be written
The first step of ABAP development project starts with meeting the clients to understand their business requirements which will be implemented in the SAP system. A best method is to conduct interviews, workshops to know more about the business requirements. A clearly defined functional specification must have UML diagrams and test cases.
2. Review standards for ABAP Development
SAP Project Lead and ABAP Development Manager have guidelines document and programming standards. This document must be reviewed to follow the standards and conventions for the modules. This document also helps in consistent approach to be followed for coding.
3. Test Cases must be written and reviewed
The test cases are written by experts in the projects. The functional specification document must be used to write the test case as per the standard. This project is implemented as per time and budget.
4. Technical Design Specifications must be written and reviewed
Prototype must be developed for the project.
5.Specification for ABAP Development
During this step development objects and implementing the code are created in the SAP development system. One must reuse existing dictionary objects for the same.
6.SAP Development Best Practices
SAP ABAP development best practices must be followed during the development life cycle of the project. The manager must maintain a checklist for developers in the team on all projects. This results in tremendous success in delivering high quality project output for all the development tasks.
7. ABAP Code Reviews for Performance
The developer must perform ABAP run time analysis for code analysis and check the code performance.
The end user documents must be properly made with the overview of the functionality and enhancement once the project is completed.
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