#abap2xlsx is relocating… Welcome to GITHub

It was June 2010 when I published the first release of abap2xlsx. Thanks to this community, the project grew up quickly and acquired a lot of popularity… I always loved open source approach, but in SAP this was not so easy to achieve. ABAP is a proprietary language and it had always some limitation in code […]

abap2xlsx – Business charts

In July 2010, SAP Mentor Ivan Femia released the first version of the open source project abap2xlsx that allowed ABAP developers to generate professional spreadsheets from scratch with all the advanced features that stand alone Excel editors provide like: style and cell data formats, drawings support, conditional formatting, formulas, and so on. This project has […]

#InnoJam Madrid @ #SAPTechEd – Develop like never before

After the great victory last year, I’m so happy to have attended the SAP InnoJam event in Madrid also this year. Don’t you know what InnoJam is? I suggest you to have a look to the wiki page to get more detail, but basically it is a innovation game where people, coming from different countries, join in […]

abap2xlsx – half thousand of members and more…

In July 2010, I released the first version of the open source project abap2xlsx and it gets an incredible success from SDN members. Today I would like to celebrate the overcoming of 500 members in SAP Code Exchange, thanks to Amarpreet Singh for being the 500th. Time after time, more and more SDN community members joined into the project […]

Happy New year SCN and Happy New Excel with abap2xlsx

Dear community, it was in the far July 2011 that I gave you updates on the abap2xlsx project with the reporting of my adventures at SAP Inside Track in Chicago (blog). In the last weeks, I had the idea to write a blog and few days ago a great present by SAP Mentor Gregor Wolf to the project (I […]

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