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What is Data Lake?

Data Lake and Data Warehouse

What really is Data Lake? For some, Data Lake is a repository for large quantities and varieties of data, both structured and unstructured. For others, data lake is an architectural strategy and an architectural destination. With all the new data connecting us, we should be sailing smoothly. Unfortunately, we are drowning in our own data.
SAP Netweaver Gateway and OData

OData and SAP Netweaver Gateway. Part I. Introduction

SAP HANA as the database, S/4 HANA and then SAP ABAP on HANA for technical folks like us is one area which we need...
sap abap on HANA

ABAP on SAP HANA. Part XII. Open SQL, CDS or AMDP, which Code to...

By now, we all have pretty good clarity that CDS Views, AMDP and Open SQL are not competitors to each other. They all help...
What is the difference between Open SQL and Native SQL

ABAP on SAP HANA. Part XI. Are Native SQL and Open SQL Competitors?

Contributed by: Deepa Subbian, SAP ABAP/HANA Consultant, Melbourne, Australia Are Native and Open SQL competitors? The answer is simple. No. They have their own identity and usage. Native Syntax...

SAP Adobe Interactive Form Tutorial. Part II. Tables in Adobe Form

In our first tutorial on Adobe Form, we showed the steps to create our basic form and the driver program. One of our readers...
Yahoo Finance API

Real Time Exchange Rate with Real Time Data Using Yahoo Finance API

In the earlier posts Google Map API in SAP and GPS like tool in SAP we saw how we can leverage the Google Map...
STEP BY STEP Tutorial on SAP Adobe Interactive Forms

SAP Adobe Interactive Form Tutorial. Part I. First Adobe Form

We at SAPYard, always try to present the tutorials in a very unconventional and interesting way. After our popular series in SAP Web Dynpro...
Adobe Forms in SAP

How to upload the PDF format directly into Adobe form layout

This tutorial demonstrates how to upload the PDF format directly into Adobe form layout. This will reduce the effort to draw the lines, boxes,...

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