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A small plugin to create ABAP favorites list for transactions and urls. Editing of entries now available.
It contains two views:
Favorites view you can add Folders which are dependent or not from the SAP system as well as you can create a Folders with Development objecs. The difference is that The Folders which are not favorites of DevObjects are opened as "Run", where DevObject Folders are open in editor.
For Favorites Dev Objects view, you can store there only DevObjects folders, so every entry is opened in editor.
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By adding the following code below to your website you will be able to add an install button for ABAP Favorites.HTML Code:
Submitted by Kenneth Murray on Thu, 2019-09-26 12:36
Are there any instructions? I'm on 2019-03 and when I right-click on a program/class it brings up a small dialog to pick a folder. I cannot create any folders in this dialog box for some reason. Can anyone get me started to use this? Thanks
Submitted by Lukasz Pegiel on Mon, 2019-09-30 09:33
firstly you have to create the folders from the view. Please look on this post from my blog https://abapblog.com/articles/how-to/118-abap-favorites-eclipse-plugin.
Submitted by Jerry Baker on Mon, 2018-08-20 10:29
Very good and almost required install if you are using ABAP. I haven't figured out how to move items between folders yet, but they are easy enough to just delete and recreate. Keep up the great work!
Submitted by Lukasz Pegiel on Wed, 2018-10-10 12:50
Drag&Drop is now supported :)
Submitted by Jerry Baker on Fri, 2018-10-12 13:34
This is great. Now allows me to move 'Current Work' to it's own Project folder. Excellent tool just got much better. Anyone doing ABAP in Eclipse should be required to have this installed.
Submitted by Lukasz Pegiel on Tue, 2018-08-21 09:15
Thanks Jerry for kind words.
The movement between the folders is currently not possible. You can do it manually or edit the XML file with the favorites. But this is on my backlog list :)
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