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Create an ABAP Project in ABAP Development Tools (ADT)

Configure the Eclipse IDE with the ABAP Development Tools for SAP NetWeaver (ADT) and create an ABAP project.
You will learn
  • How to configure your ABAP development environment with ABAP Development Tools (ADT)
  • How to create your first ABAP project
julieplummer20Julie PlummerJanuary 14, 2022
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olgadolinskaja
January 31, 2017
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Prerequisites

  • Step 1

    Follow the instructions on the ABAP Development Tools site.

  • Step 2
    1. If the Welcome Page appears, close it.
    2. Switch to the ABAP perspective choosing Open Perspective from the toolbar or using the menu: Window > Open Perspective > Other.
    Image depicting step2-open-perspective

    Then switch to the ABAP Perspective by choosing ABAP in the list and choosing OK.

    Image depicting step2b-abap-perspective
  • Step 3

    In the ABAP Perspective, the ABAP tools are ideally positioned in the IDE to facilitate your development tasks. Nevertheless you are free to rearrange all views and editors to your personal needs.

    Image depicting step3-tooling-layout
  • Step 4

    You need to create one ABAP project for each system connection. To do this:

    1. In the File menu, choose New > Other ABAP Project. Choose the ABAP backend system from the list of SAP System connections, then choose Next. For example, if you are using the AS ABAP 7.5x developer edition, this will be NPL or A4H.

      Image depicting step4-system-connection
    2. In Connection Settings, accept the defaults and choose Next.

      Image depicting step4b-connection-settings
    3. Enter your logon data and choose Finish.

      Image depicting step4c-logon-data

    The ABAP Project has been created. It represents a system connection to your chosen SAP system.

    Image depicting step4d-project-created
  • Step 5

    What is the purpose of an ABAP Project in ADT?

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