Sap memory and abap memory, Accounting Basics

Difference between SAP MEMORY and ABAP MEMORY? 

Ans) SAP Memory: Global, user-related memory that enlarges beyond transaction limits. Access to the SAP memory is through SPA/GPA parameters.


ABAP Memory: Memory area within every main session, which can be accessed by programs using the EXPORT and IMPORT statements and which remains available using a series of program calls (call sequence).

 

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