This is part 3 of the 5 part series on ABAP OO. In this part we will expand the lessons of the previous tutorial and look at a special type of class in ABAP – the Persistent Object. Persistent Objects are an OO-based approach to the types of data access that you would normally perform with SQL statements. With Persistent Objects you don't code any SQL statements. Instead a class is generated for you that contains SET and GET methods for reading and updating data. ABAP Persistent Objects also contain the functional for more complex update scenarios – like V2 Asynchronous updates.
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