60 TOP SAP ABAP Objective Type Questions and Answers pdf

Latest SAP ABAP Multiple Choice Questions and Answers, SAP ABAP Certification Questions and Answers
1.  Full Buffering would be appropriate for
2.  What is the basic object of data Dictionary
3.  Search help can not be attach to:
4.  Sub query usually more efficient because:
5.  It is better to buffer a table when
6.  In Inner and outer join
7.  What is invalid attribute of a domain
8.  Data element is an example of
9.  In below ABAP Statement is true?
10. Command flushes the database buffers
11. How many lists can exist in parallel in an interactive reporting?
12. What are the check tables and value tables? (Multiple Answer)
13. What are presentation and application servers in SAP? (Multiple Answer)
14. What is the difference between Synchronous and Asynchronous updates? (Multiple Answer)
15. What are the main events interactive reports have? (Multiple Answer)
16. How many types of tables exist in data dictionary? (Multiple Answer)
17. What is the difference between UPLOAD and WSUPLOAD? (Multiple Answer)
18. Is Session Method, Asynchronous or Synchronous?
19. What are the differences between SAP memory and ABAP memory? (Multiple Answer)
20. Which data type cannot be used to define parameters?
21. The Debugger displays a maximum of eight data objects at one time.
22. A watchpoint stops program execution every time the condition specified is met.
23. Both the classical Debugger and the new Debugger can be used on all ABAP code without restriction.
24. Under which circumstances will the classical Debugger start as the Debugger?
25. A non-exclusive debugging mode means? (Select all that apply.)
26. What is the maximum number of watchpoints that can exist at one time?
27. Setting breakpoints for a method or function module within the Debugger allows the use of [F4] (value help) to find the correct name.
28. All breakpoints are valid for the entire Debugger session, and all can be changed by the Debugger.
29. It is possible to make multiple changes to data objects at the same time in the Debugger.
30. When starting the Debugger, what circumstance causes the runtime error DEBUGGINGNOTPOSSIBLE?
31. Eliminate the Event that is not part of Webdynpro  
32. What is the Cardinality for the Node created for storing the Table
33. What is the equivalent for Transaction in Webdynpro
34. The Webdynpro Programming model is based on
35. The UI Element and the Context Attributes of Webdynpro are linked. The process of doing this is called
36. A webdynpro Component consists of the below items except
37. Identify a layout that is not part of the Webdynpro Layout types
38. Where does the Business Logic exists in the Webdynpro Component
39. How do you access the attributes declared in component controller in the method of a view
40. Which method do you use to read the contents of a internal table displayed in the webdynpro window
41. Which method do you use to read the contents of a attribute attached to the context node.
42. Identify a Cardinality type that is not part of webdynpro.
43. Which data type do you use to declare a visibility attribute in webdynpro
44. Passing Parameters to webydnpro Application using the Applicatino URL are called_________Parameters
45. A View in Webdynpro is associated with _______ in SAP GUI.
46. Identify a Window Outbound Plug type to exit the View completely
47. Which standard WD component is used to build ALV in Webdynpro
48. What is the right sequence of event trigger in Webdynpro
49. Which of the Below is not a Valid Webdynpro UI element
50. Can a view container have more than one view active at a time.
51. When using Open SQL statements in an ABAP/4 program, you must ensure the following.
52. What is the difference between the TYPE and LIKE statements in data declaration?
53. HIDE statement support deep structures?
54. Which of the following are true?
55. A logical unit of work (LUW or transaction) begins
56. A database commit is triggered by
57. Open SQL vs. Native SQL
58. The following are true about ‘EXEC SQL’.
59. What are field symbols?
60. EXTRACT statement

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