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Using Redis in Spring Boot

Redis (https://redis.io/) is an open source, in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs and geospatial indexes with radius queries. It is widely used in micro services. Spring boot …

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You Don’t Know Openui5: app as component

“More code, less talk” Thanks Inspired by You Don’t Know JS (book series) What are we doing here today? We want to know how to develop an openui5 application using sap.ui.core.ComponentContainer and sap.ui.core.Component. Also we want to know how to add automatic .js source code validating with eslint. As core source …

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How to use all SAP Web IDE shortcuts on a Mac

In today’s SAP Development Community, more and more MacBook’s are being used. With the latest development tools in the cloud (SAP Web IDE & SAP Web IDE Full-Stack) or made for multiple operating systems (Eclipse), we as developers are no longer required to use Windows. SAP Web IDE Shortcuts When …

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Issues in Fiori 2.0 and Solutions

Hi All, Target Audience SAPUI5/SAP Fiori Developers working with Fiori 2.0. Introduction In this blog we will see how to use custom stylesheet in an SAPUI5 application without affecting the launchpad theming. We will also see how to override the default compact styling in Fiori  2.0 Launchpad for Desktop version. …

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SAP Business One SDK Import Item Attachments

SAP Business One 9.2 Item Attachment Console Application Summary The following console application can be used to import into the SAP Business One Item Master Record one or more attachment records. This console application was written as this particular function is not available via the SAP DTW (Data Transfer Workbench) …

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New SAP Tokenization Standards Lifting Credit Card Security in 2018

The most recent PCI standards have introduced new complications for organizations handling digital payment systems. PCI Requirement 3 prohibits storing unsecured credit card information. Penalties for failing to do so can expose them to fines of $500,000 or more. Meeting PCI Requirement 3 standards isn’t just important to avoid regulatory …

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Mobile Industry Predictions for 2018

Welcome to the 11th annual edition and 2018 version of my Mobile Industry Predictions. Once again, I’m delighted to share my thoughts and prognostications about how the overall mobile industry will fare. I can say that (probably fortunately) many predictions of previous years did not come true; however, many have done …

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Discovering SCP Workflow – The Monitor

Here are a few notes on the workflow monitor app that is part of the SAP Cloud Platform Workflow service. Once you’ve enabled the Workflow service (follow Christian Loos’ two-part series “Getting Started with the Workflow service in the free trial account” here if you haven’t), you’ll have access to …

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Dynamic Components

Last week, we released SAP Lumira 2.1. It included some long wished-for features, such as support for scheduling. There was another Designer feature, that you might have overlooked, which could potentially change how you build your application; dynamic components. Dynamic components allows you to dynamically add data sources, components and …

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Dynamic Apps in Lumira 2.1 – the Component API

Lumira 2.1 contains a very powerful feature. While in former Design Studio and Lumira version an app had constant number of components, in 2.1 you can also create and delete components via scripting. This give you – the app developer – much more freedom to react on external factors, e.g. …

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Unprecedented Patient Treatment Through Innovative Software

The digitalization of medicine and health information is changing healthcare today. Potentially, Big Data analytics allows diagnostics, therapy and the development of personalized medicines to provide unprecedented treatment options (video). Yet, the task is daunting: biomedical information is available in structured and unstructured formats; structured databases contain highly varying types …

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You Don’t Know Openui5: variety of views

Thanks Inspired by You Don’t Know JS (book series) What are we doing here today? We want to know how to develop an openui5 application using sap.ui.core.mvc.JSView, sap.ui.core.mvc.JSONView, sap.ui.core.mvc.HTMLView and sap.ui.core.mvc.XMLView. Also we want to know how to connect sap.ui.core.mvc.Controller with sap.ui.core.mvc.View, base class for all types of views. As core source …

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You Don’t Know Openui5: bootstrapping

“More code, less talk” Thanks Inspired by You Don’t Know JS (book series) What are we doing here today? We want to know how to bootstrap an openui5 application. A project, which you will have after finishing all steps from the article, is a core for future projects from other articles. …

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You Don’t Know Openui5: app and pages

“More code, less talk” Thanks Inspired by You Don’t Know JS (book series) What are we doing here today? We want to know how to develop an openui5 application using sap.m.App and sap.m.Page. Also, we want to know how to develop openui5 app with lates ES6 (Ecmascript 2015) features, like import/export, …

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Workflow Trading Contract

  During an implementation project on S4H, our team used the GTM (Global Trade Management) solution. This solution is very usefull, it allows to manage in one place the selling and buying part. But I am not going to talk about this solution, but rather the part I worked on …

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