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Eclipse ADT puts ABAP Doc to good use

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ABAP Doc is an excellent way of integrating documentation into the code.


SAPGUI doesn’t even know what that is.

Eclipse ADT

Eclipse ADT not only allows you to create ABAP Docs, it’s also excellent at consuming them. Unlike normal comments, which are only useful if you go there to read them, ABAP Docs allow you to generate documentation that will actually be read, even remotely. As I explained in the previous post, when you press F2 on a word, be it a class, a method, a variable or anything else, a small contextual window appears with Code element information which gives a series of details about that word: the data type, the description, and the ABAP Docs associated with it.


So, if you’re still using SAPGUI and you could be using Eclipse ADT, you’re not the sharpest tool in the shed, are you?

Greetings from Abapinho.