[100% off] SAP C_TAW12_70 Certified Development Associate ABAP Exam

Course Instructor: Wings Info Tech

Language: English


Description:

Sample Questions:

What is true about leaving CATALOG PROCESSING stement? (More than one answer is correct

Allows execution of interactive reporting events

Da in the dialog program must be transmitted to the list

Enables the processing is ok_code functions

Call xxx screen stement is possible

Calling the module pool yet the reins to control execution

Every stement interrupts the processing of the current screen?

Leave Transaction

Screen leave

Call Screen 100

Set Screen 100

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What is true about the use of memory to run da? (More than one answer is correct)

ABAP memory is a local of each external session

Each session has its own external ABAP memory

SAP’s memory for all external sessions

ABAP memory can be used as the SAP memory

ABAP memory is used to transfer external sessions da intra-session

What shortcut menu?

Shortcuts to frequently used functions

Functions that are relevant to the current screen group

Context-Sensitive Buttons

A special menu subscreens

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How can run the program your program? (More than one answer is correct)

Provides

COMMIT WORK stement

Provides recovery WORK stement program

Exit the dialog program

Gives closing message (type A)

What is true about append structure? (More than one answer is correct)

Append structure may be administered in more than one table

The table can have only one append structure

Append structure can be determined in only one specific table

The table can have more than one append structure.

What is SAP Software Change Registration (SSCR) is used?

SAP to register the changes made by the developer

Registered improvements made by developer

Registered Customizing done developer

To register the changes made by the developer of tailor-made

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  • Those who want to get knowledge on Certification & Check your Skill Test while attend this Practice Test

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