Introduction to ADT in Eclipse for ABAP Development: Intro Presentation

This document provides an overview of the ABAP Development Tools (ADT) in the Eclipse integrated development environment and its integration with SAP HANA as a secondary database. It covers the key features and benefits of using ADT, the components of the Eclipse window, working with ABAP objects, connecting to ABAP back-end systems, and configuring multiple back-end systems. Additionally, it explores various features of the ABAP source code editor, such as code templates, bookmarks, syntax checking, and debugging. The document also touches upon the concept of using SAP HANA as a secondary database and establishing connections to additional database management systems (DBMS).

Key Sections Covered:

  1. Introduction to Eclipse and ADT (ABAP Development Tools)
  2. Key features and benefits of ADT
  3. Components of the Eclipse window
  4. Connecting to ABAP back-end systems
  5. Working with ABAP objects and source code editor features
  6. Debugging ABAP code
  7. HANA as a secondary database
  8. Establishing secondary database connections

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