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Class Builder Purpose The Class Builder is a tool in the ABAP Workbench that allows you to create, define, change and test global ABAP classes and interfaces. The Class Builder has two modes: â—​ Form-based mode â—​ Source code-based mode. You access the Class Builder by using transaction SE24, or from the Repository Browser (transaction SE80) by navigating to the class you want to edit. Features You can use the Class Builder to: â—​ Display an overview of global object types and their relationships. â—​ Maintain existing global classes or interfaces. â—​ Create new global classes and interfaces. â—​ Implement inheritance between global classes â—​ Create compound interfaces â—​ Create and specify the attributes, methods, and events of global classes and interfaces. â—​ Define internal types in classes. â—​ Implement methods. â—​ Redefine methods â—​ Maintain local auxiliary classes. â—​ Test classes or interfaces in a simulated runtime environment. Constraints You cannot define object types on the basis of graphical object modeling. Class Builder Purpose The Class Builder is a tool in the ABAP Workbench that allows you to create, define, change and test global ABAP classes and interfaces. The Class Builder has two modes: â—​ Form-based mode â—​ Source code-based mode. You access the Class Builder by using transaction SE24, or from the Repository Browser (transaction SE80) by navigating to the class you want to edit. Features You can use the Class Builder to: â—​ Display an overview of global object types and their relationships. â—​ Maintain existing global classes or interfaces. â—​ Create new global classes and interfaces. â—​ Implement inheritance between global classes â—​ Create compound interfaces â—​ Create and specify the attributes, methods, and events of global classes and interfaces. â—​ Define internal types in classes. â—​ Implement methods. â—​ Redefine methods â—​ Maintain local auxiliary classes. â—​ Test classes or interfaces in a simulated runtime environment. Constraints You cannot define object types on the basis of graphical object modeling.