[ABAP] Report Template

*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*& Report Z_REPORT
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*&
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
REPORT Z_REPORT.

*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* SELEKTIONSBILD
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------

*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Zeitpunkt INITIALIZATION.
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
INITIALIZATION.

*----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Zeitpunkt AT SELECTION-SCREEN
*----------------------------------------------------------------------
AT SELECTION-SCREEN OUTPUT. "PBO
  
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Zeitpunkt START-OF-SELECTION.
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
START-OF-SELECTION.
    
*----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Zeitpunkt END-OF-SELECTION
*----------------------------------------------------------------------
END-OF-SELECTION.

[SAPUI5] MyInbox: Integration of Detail View – EmbedIntoDetail

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2305401 (App to App Navigation CookBook.pdf)

https://blogs.sap.com/2020/07/31/fiori-my-inbox-integration-of-custom-detail-page/

Target:

Go to /n/ui2/fpld_cust and define a second target for your App, i.e. approve.

The approve target needs the “emdedIntoDetails” parameter:

SWFVISU:

Add the new target for your WF Task. Here you have access to all attributes of your Workitem-Container. Pass all your mandatory fields you’ve defined in your oData Entity.

Some examples: https://blogs.sap.com/2016/05/31/my-inbox-open-task-swfvisu-configuration/

If your missing some parameters, just add them in your Workitem Task and pass the values directly into it right from your Workflow Container. This looks much better.

Manifest:

Add a route to navigate via Inbox. The pattern has to match your inbox url.

			"routes": [
				{
					"pattern": "",
					"name": "master",
					"target": "master"
				},
				{
					"pattern": "DataSet/{Pernr},{Datum},{Infty}",
					"name": "object",
					"target": [
						"master",
						"object"
					]
				},
				{
					"pattern": "detail/LOCAL_INBOX/{wfInstanceId}/{taskPath}",
					"name": "wfobject",
					"target": "object"
				}

Detail.Controller:

	onInit: function () {
			// Model used to manipulate control states. The chosen values make sure,
			// detail page is busy indication immediately so there is no break in
			// between the busy indication for loading the view's meta data
			var oViewModel = new JSONModel({
				busy: false,
				delay: 0
			});

			this.getRouter().getRoute("object").attachPatternMatched(this._onObjectMatched, this);

			//My Inbox Integration
			this.getRouter().getRoute("wfobject").attachPatternMatched(this._onWFObjectMatched, this);

			this.setModel(oViewModel, "detailView");

			this.getOwnerComponent().getModel().metadataLoaded().then(this._onMetadataLoaded.bind(this));

		},


		_onWFObjectMatched: function (oEvent) {
			this.getModel("appView").setProperty("/layout", "MidColumnFullScreen");
			var compData = this.getOwnerComponent().getComponentData();

			if (compData && compData.startupParameters && compData.startupParameters.PERNR && Array.isArray(compData.startupParameters.PERNR) &&
				compData.startupParameters.PERNR[0]) {

				var sPernr = compData.startupParameters.PERNR[0];
				var sDatum = compData.startupParameters.DATUM[0];
				var sInfty = compData.startupParameters.INFTY[0];

				this.byId("detailPage").addStyleClass("myInboxPage");

				this.getModel().metadataLoaded().then(function () {
					var sObjectPath = this.getModel().createKey("/DataSet", {
						Pernr: sPernr,
						Datum: sDatum,
                                          Infty: sInfty
					});
					this._bindView(sObjectPath);

				}.bind(this));
			}
		},

[ABAP] ALV column header

DATA: o_salv TYPE REF TO cl_salv_table.

cl_salv_table=>factory( IMPORTING r_salv_table = o_salv
                        CHANGING  t_table      = l_lines ).

LOOP AT o_salv->get_columns( )->get( ) REFERENCE INTO DATA(l_column).
  DATA(lo_column) = CAST cl_salv_column( l_column->r_column ).
  lo_column->set_fixed_header_text( 'L' ).
ENDLOOP.

o_salv->get_columns( )->get_column( 'TEST1' )->set_long_text( 'Test1 Header' ).
o_salv->get_columns( )->get_column( 'TEST2' )->set_long_text( 'Test2 Header' ).

[Fiori] Debug standard Fiori App

When opening the Dev-Tools for a SAP standard Fiori App, it will look like this:

You won’t see any controller.js to debug.
What to do? Close the Debugger-Tools and press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+P

Check the Checkbox and reload the app.

It reloads with a new URL parameter and if you open the Dev-Tools, you will now see the controller.js.

[HR] Infotype – add PBO or PAI logic

There are many ways to add custom logic when processing an Infotype. Here are just a few:

SMOD
PBAS0001
PBAS0002

ZXPADU01 – when an infotype is called
ZXPADU02 – when an action is performed on an infotype

https://regotz.jimdofree.com/abap/dynpro/infotypen-pai-pbo/

BAdI’s

  • HRPAD00INFTY (method IN_UPDATE) is called by the old infotype framework (PA30, SAP50UPR)
  • HRPAD00INFTYDB (method UPDATE_DB) is called in the decoupled infotype framework

BAdI: HRPAD00INFTY – Verbucher / Infotyp-Pflege

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Interface: IF_EX_HRPAD00INFTY

BAdI: HRPAD00INFTYDB – HR: Stammdaten, Infotype DB Update Logik

“The BAdI is called, after the decoupled infotype framework writes the infotype data to the database. This is done during method FLUSH.”
Note: The Infotypes 2000-2999 are not decoupled yet! More here and here.

IF_EX_HRPAD00INFTYBL
IF_EX_HRPAD00INFTYDB

[HR] Abrechnungsergebnisse lesen

Reports:

RPCLSTRD – Anzeige des Clusters RD (Abrechnungsergebnisse Deutschland), Tcode: PC_PAYRESULT
H99_DISPLAY_PAYRESULT – Anzeigen von Abrechnungsergebnissen

Abrechnungsergebnistabelle:

Eine sehr schöne Übersicht über die Tabellen: https://l3consulting.de/die-tabellen-im-abrechnungscluster-des-sap-hcm-verstehen/
Die Tabelle RT enthält die Ergebnislohnarten der ausgewählten Abrechnungsperiode. (RT_ = komprimierte Darstellung)

Funktionsbausteine:

HR_GET_PAYROLL_RESULTS – Lesen von Abrechnungsergebnissen für Monats- und Jahresreports
PYXX_READ_PAYROLL_RESULT – Generischer Import von Abrechnungsergebnissen
HRCM_PAYROLL_RESULTS_GET – Abrechnungsdaten einer Person ermitteln

Hinweise zu Bausteinen: https://blog.hr-manager.de/2011/09/abap-abrechnungsergebnisse-lesen-per.html

Logische Datenbank:

Eine weitere Möglichkeit ist die Nutzung der logischen Datenbank PNP. Die Verwendung logischer Datenbanken ist jedoch obsolet und sollten daher eigentlich nicht mehr verwendet werden.

*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*& Report  ZGETPAYROLL
*& Eigenschaften: Selektionsbildvariante 900, HR-Reportklasse PY_DEF.
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*&
*&
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*

REPORT  ZGETPAYROLL.

TABLES: PERNR, PYORGSCREEN, PYTIMESCREEN.

INFOTYPES: 0002.

NODES: PAYROLL TYPE PAYDE_RESULT.

DATA: WA_RT TYPE PC207.

START-OF-SELECTION.

GET PERNR.

RP_PROVIDE_FROM_LAST P0002 SPACE PN-BEGDA PN-ENDDA.

WRITE:/ PERNR-PERNR, P0002-VORNA, P0002-NACHN.

GET PAYROLL.

  LOOP AT PAYROLL-INTER-RT INTO WA_RT.
    WRITE:/ WA_RT-LGART, WA_RT-BETRG.
  ENDLOOP.

END-OF-SELECTION.

Oder in Kombination mit einem Fuba:

*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*& Report  ZGETPAYROLL
*& Eigenschaften: HR-Reportklasse __M00001.
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*&
*&
*&---------------------------------------------------------------------*

REPORT ZGETPAYROLL.

TABLES: pernr.               "Necessary for get pernr

INFOTYPES: 0001,             "Organisatorische Zuord
           0002,             "Daten zur Person
           0006,             "Anschrift
           0057.             "Mitgliedschaften

DATA: l_payroll_result TYPE payat_result OCCURS 0 WITH HEADER LINE.


START-OF-SELECTION.

GET pernr.

rp_provide_from_last p0001 '' pn-begda pn-endda.

CALL FUNCTION 'HR_GET_PAYROLL_RESULTS'
    EXPORTING
      pernr                         = pernr-pernr
      permo                         = pn-permo
      pabrj                         = pn-pabrj
      pabrp                         = pn-pabrp
      actual                        = space         "X actual, ' ' retro-differences
      waers                         = 'EUR'
    TABLES
      result_tab                    = l_payroll_result
    EXCEPTIONS
      no_results                    = 0
      wrong_structure_of_result_tab = 2
      OTHERS                        = 4.
  IF sy-subrc NE 0.
    RETURN. "nächste Pernr
  ENDIF.

[SAP] Install SAP Gui for Java 7.50 on Linux Mint 20

Download

First have a look at the Requirements and FAQ.
Find the download link to the SAP Support Portal here. You will need a valid S-User and download permissions.

If you are not able to download the installer in the Support Portal, there is a little workaround. Both, the installer for SAP Gui for Windows and SAP Gui for Java are also delivered with the AS ABAP 752 SP04, developer edition:

“The actual download (in the form of several .rar files), along with more information is available from the SAP Community Trials and Downloads page. Search for “7.52 SP04″ for convenience.”

You will have to download all 11 .rar files (about 14,6GB). When unziping, you’ll find a folder called client (about 1,2GB) containing both installers.

Installation

Since SAP Gui 7.50 Rev 5, Oracles JDKs is not necessary to run SAP Gui for Java, instead you are able to use OpenJDK. Read more about it here. And since version 7.50 Rev 8 the installer includes SapMachine and OpenJFX. Read more about it here. In this case, you don’t even have to install OpenJKD and OpenJFX by yourself and don’t have specify the module path, because it comes containerized within the SAP Gui.
So better first check the version of your downloaded gui. I’ve got SAP Gui 750 rev 5 within the AS ABAP 752 SP04. So let’s install openJDK & openJFX.

sudo apt-get install openjdk-11-jre openjfx
java --version

Finally lets install the SAP Gui:

cd JavaGUI/
java -jar PlatinGUI750_5-80002496.JAR install

The important step during the installation of SAP Gui for Java Rev 5 is to define the option for the module path. The module path hast to point to the OpenJFX lib-path:

/usr/share/openjfx/lib

Now you should be able to run the SAP Gui on Linux Mint 20

Eclipse ADT

When using Eclipse with ADT in combination with SAP Gui for Java and receiving the following error:

"The system reqirements are not met.Could not find: javafx.propertiesin: /usr/lib/jvm/java-11-openjdk-amd64/libYour Java Virtual Machine seems not to support JavaFX, required to run the SAPGUI for Java 7.50 rev 5.Please make sure you provide a valid path to the Java FX modules during guiinstallation."

You also have to add the OpenJFX path to the eclipse.ini file. Read more about it here.

--module-path=/usr/share/openjfx/lib
--add-modules=ALL-MODULE-PATH

[ABAP] Fill table rows into range table

DATA(pernrs) = VALUE pernr_tab( ( |00000001| )
                                ( |00000002| )
                                ( |00000003| ) ).

DATA(lr_pernr) = VALUE cchry_pernr_range( FOR pernr IN pernrs ( sign   = 'I'
                                                                option = 'EQ'
                                                                low    = pernr
                                                                high   = '' ) ).
"Append row to range

APPEND VALUE #( option = 'EQ'
                sign   = 'I'
                low    = pernr ) TO lr_pernr.