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Understanding Business Add-ins (BADI)
By Vikram Chellappa
SAP has introduced new enhancement technique Business Add-ins from release 4.6A.
Business Add-in is the new enhancement technique based
on ABAP Objects. BADI is an exit point in a source that allows specific industry
sectors, partners, and customers to attach additional software to standard SAP
source code with out modifying the original object.
The users of Business Add-ins can customize the logic
according to requirement or they can use the standard logic one available.
SAP guarantees the upward compatibility of all
Business Add-in interfaces. Release upgrades do not affect enhancement calls
from within the standard software nor do they affect the validity of call
Business Add-ins infrastructure is multi-level system
landscape (SAP, partner, customer solutions, as well as country versions, and
industry solutions). Definitions and implementations of Business Add-ins at each
level within system infrastructure.
The different views of the BADI’s are:
User defined BADI’s:
Each Business Add-in will have one interface and an adapter class that implements interface. Depending on the business requirement user will implement the interface. The generated class (Adapter class) has the following tasks:
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