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Working with SAP Customer Checkout Manager and characteristics

Previously, you could only maintain information in the article root in custom fields. With the new feature release, it is possible to save certain features, for example size, color, gender, in the CCO manager. The new function is divided into the characteristics profiles and characteristics in the cash desk manager.   In order to use the feature management, the following settings are necessary: (Please Note: It is also important to think about the following steps in advance) Which are my characteristics profiles?Which are my characteristics and how detailed should they be divided?Which are the corresponding values in the respective characteristics?   You can, for example create a separate characteristic for each type of size International SizesValues = XS; S; M; L; XLKids SizesValues = 104; 116; 128; 140; 152; 164.. Alternatively, you can create on generic characteristic, for example: SizeValues = XS; S; M; L; XL; 104; 116; 128; 140; 152;...

Working with SAP Customer Checkout Manager and characteristics

Previously, you could only maintain information in the article root in custom fields. With the new feature release, it is possible to save certain features, for example size, color, gender, in the CCO manager. The new function is divided into the characteristics profiles and characteristics in the cash desk manager.   In order to use the feature management, the following settings are necessary: (Please Note: It is also important to think about the following steps in advance) Which are my characteristics profiles?Which are my characteristics and how detailed should they be divided?Which are the corresponding values in the respective characteristics?   You can, for example create a separate characteristic for each type of size International SizesValues = XS; S; M; L; XLKids SizesValues = 104; 116; 128; 140; 152; 164.. Alternatively, you can create on generic characteristic, for example: SizeValues = XS; S; M; L; XL; 104; 116; 128; 140; 152;...

#UI5Con2019 @ SAP India – A Learning experience

Hello SAP, Thank you for organizing a developer session on UI5 and making it available for free for the developers. The conference was on July 4th at SAP Labs, Bangalore, India. The first session which I could attend was UI5Lab for custom controls. Custom controls has been this nice feature, which few use or explore. Always the fear to move away from SAP Standard offerings has restricted the developer community from going more open. The initiative, relatively young and restricted to small group has a good purpose and usage for custom UI developments. Avoid re-invention and reuse the offerings is a nice to have feature. The presenters Rohit Kumar and Nandan Chaturvedi did encourage the participation of externals. Hopefully, it evolves into a broader open community initiative which allows more than controls to be shared and administered by an group of mentors. The Open Booths on Fiori Elements highlighted the focus...

Caution, may be addictive – Snap! 5 is out

For over a year, the Snap! team has been obsessively working on a new Snap! release and it’s finally here. Since June 28th, Snap! 5 is out in the wild at snap.berkeley.edu . And a new social site is coming along with it. There you can find learning resources for Snap!, get access to curated example projects, to Snap!’s reference manual or our new Snap! blog. You can ask your questions or give feedback in our very own Snap! forum, but most importantly, you can now publicly share your projects with others. Yee haw <3   Moreover, we made significant changes to the Snap! editor. Snap! now has over 30 new blocks in nearly all categories. Following Snap!’s maxim of “no ceiling”, we decided to include some of the blocks which were formerly found in the tools library as primitives. Deliberately exposing novices to higher order functions like map, keep or...

SAP Development Using Amazon Cloud9

For a few weeks, I’ve been researching various non-SAP development tools environments; especially those that are cloud based or cloud oriented. I’ve been looking at how non-traditional SAP development might use their existing tooling for development in the SAP business application development space.  I’ve also been focused on how traditional SAP application developers might broaden their boundaries and benefit from tooling outside what they already know. I began with a focus on HANA Deployment Infrastructure and how modern HANA development can be done without XSA, Cloud Foundry or the SAP Web IDE. This blog utilized command line tooling combined with Microsoft Visual Studio Code. https://blogs.sap.com/2019/04/16/developing-with-hana-deployment-infrastructure-hdi-without-xsacf-or-web-ide/ From there I expanded my experiments by trying out the Google Cloud Shell. The Cloud Shell is a free, small Linux system which a developer can spin up on demand. This environment is pre-installed with many  common developer tools – Maven, Node.js, Google Cloud SDK, etc. ...

[2019.07] SAP Cloud Analytics Live Connections: Apache Reverse Proxy - SAP Digital Enablement

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HCM Brazil eSocial: Employee Name Change Based on Orientation Note 2019.17

(Scroll down for the English version, which is proudly presented by the SAP Leonardo machine translation service .) Olá pessoal, No começo do mês de junho, o governo liberou a nota orientativa 2019.17, que trata do envio fora de data de eventos anteriores à mudança de nome do trabalhador. Veja o texto completo no site do eSocial , e relembre o nosso blog post a respeito da nota orientativa. Hoje, trazemos novidades sobre este cenário: liberamos a SAP Note 2811960 – eSocial – Employee name on S-2200/S-2205/S-2300 events based on event generation date. Quando você implementa esta SAP Note, o sistema preenche o nome do empregado com base na data de geração do evento para os seguintes eventos: S-2200 – Cadastramento Inicial do Vínculo e Admissão/Ingresso de TrabalhadorS-2205 – Alteração de Dados Cadastrais do TrabalhadorS-2300 – Trabalhador Sem Vínculo de Emprego/Estatutário – Início Fique atento: conforme você gera os eventos, o...

Annotated links: Episode 25 of Hands-on SAP dev with qmacro

This is a searchable description of the content of a live stream recording, specifically “Episode 25 – System reset” in the “ Hands-on SAP dev with qmacro ” series. There are links directly to specific highlights in the video recording. For links to annotations of other episodes, please see the “ Catch the replays ” section of the series blog post. This episode, titled “ System reset ”, was streamed live on Wed 24 May 2019 and is approximately one hour in length. The stream recording is available on YouTube . Below is a brief synopsis, and links to specific highlights – use these links to jump directly to particular places of interest in the recording, based on ‘hh:mm:ss’ style timestamps. Brief synopsis The past week has been a little bit hectic and distracting, so I use this episode as a sort of “system reset” to figure out where things are,...

Leveraging SCP Neo Workflow from the SCP ABAP Environment

I recently worked on a project which gave me the opportunity to learn a little about Workflow on SAP Cloud Platform Neo as well as jump head first into SAP Cloud Platform, ABAP Environment(aka Steampunk).   My task on the project was to integrate an application running on Steampunk with Workflow running on SCP Neo.  Firstly, I have to say it just felt right working with ABAP again. Š  Very welcomed change to be honest.  Next, I found some very good resources on workflow which did help me through the process.  I found the tutorials on the developer center very helpful in getting me started with setting up Workflow on Neo. Christian’s zombie blog was definitely helpful as it shows an on-prem version of how to do this ABAP integration.    As most of you know, the Steampunk environment is a restricted version of an on-prem ABAP system, where you are only allowed...

Transition to SAP Intelligent Asset Management with ERP and S/4HANA

Transition to SAP Intelligent Asset Management with ERP and S/4HANA - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Are you an existing ERP customer? Do you want a fast way to improve your user experience as well as the performance of your assets? We can help you enrich the value of your existing ERP system, while establishing the foundation for a smoother and aligned upgrade to SAP S/4HANA - with SAP Intelligent Asset Management. For more information, see www.sap.com/iam Loading... Loading... Working... Original link Original author: SAP Technology