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minisap installation on your local pc to allow ABAP development, your own local SE80

The Mini SAP Web Application Server 6.10 is a full SAP basis system, but without application areas such as HR, SD, MM etc. Because it does have standard SAP development tools such as the development workbench(SE80) you are able to develop and test new custom functionality including reports, transactions, Business Server Pages and ABAP Objects on your home PC. It has Full ABAP Stack functionality of mySAP Technology SAP Server, GUI and SAPDB database.

How do you get the Mini SAP System?
In order to get the free Mini SAP, you need to buy one of the following books which come with the SAPWeb Application Server(WAS) 6.10 on two CDs.

Installing MiniSAP System?
Here are the instructions on how to Install minisap. It is a fairly straight forward process as long as you follow the installation instructions provided with the software. Most of the errors I came across where to do with the installation of SQL server 2000, which are also answered in the Installing minisap on your PC guide.

Alternativaly you may want full blown SAP system access installed onto a dedicated SAP server, as it would be for any company running SAP. If this is the case then there are a number of online services that provides access to an SAP system for your own use.

ABAP Objects
ABAP Objects
by Horst Keller (Author), Sascha Kruger (Author)

The only book available to focus on the new object-oriented generation of SAP's ABAP programming language. Written in and approved by SAP's ABAP language group, the book also carries two CDs containing a FULLY-OPERATIONAL SAP BASIS SYSTEM.

Includes Mini SAP 6.10
ABAP Objects
by Horst Keller (Author), Joachim Jacobitz (Author)

This book represents the first complete and systematic language reference book for ABAP Objects. Organized according to subject areas, the book offers a description of all statements used for developing programs and classes in ABAP and ABAP Objects (including the current release, 6.20). Therefore, not only will you quickly find explanations and examples of the command you are looking for, you will also get a complete overview of all relevant contexts of use. Changes introduced between releases 6.10 and 6.20 are highlighted. Each subject area starts with an introduction to the concepts associated with it. Notes on possible error messages and practical recommendations make this an extremely useful manual, further enhanced with a detailed glossary covering all the key terms used in the book.

Special bonus! Includes SAP WebAS 6.10 on two CDs (Mini SAP).

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