Supported by

Best practices
Thou shalt reuse, thou shalt not rewrite

If the same piece of code is repeated at least once, question yourself why and try to avoid it by creating a reusable routine.
If there is more than one SELECT for the same table in a program, make sure you can’t merge them into a single one. Sometimes a smart use of RANGEs to unify parameters can avoid the need for multiple SELECTs.
If the same code is used in 2 different programs, don’t repeat the code. Instead, create a class for it which can be shared by both and move the reused code to the common class.

More RANGEs, less SELECTs

Deixe um comentário

About Abapinho
Abapinho runs on WordPress
Articles (RSS) e Comments (RSS).