Logical Databases with ABAP OO

As we move to ABAP OO paradigm, should we abandon the use of  logical databases?
Edited by: Kimberly Carmack on Mar 10, 2009 12:47 AM

Thank you for your input.
I am aware of the capability to call FM LDB_PROCESS from a method. 
But should I? Should I avoid using LDBs altogether? In what scenario should I use an LDB in OOA/OOD?
I am very interested in hearing more about why "implicit triggering of events, implicit calls, and data sharing between programs....is contradictory ..to OO". Will you please elaborate?
Let me give some insight as to the source of this question...
Our company has made an acquistion. We are converting some of their customization into our system.
I am currently re-engineering one of their reports.  It uses data from the tables: VBAK, VBAP, VBEP, VBUK, VBUP, VBEP, VBPA and VBFA.
Although the old program does not use logical database, I see the VAV logical database lines up with this data request quite nicely.
And since I know that there are  several of their reports and transactions that access the same data, the reusability of the LDB is quite attractive.
However, our company has an initiative to conduct all new development using OO standards.
So, should I used the VAV LDB from a local method?  Or would it be better practice to look at creating a global class that has methods that repeat the functionality of the VAV LDB? 
And if global classes and new methods is the way to go, what would that global class look like? 
This is what I am wondering about.
Any feedback is appreciated.
Edited by: Kimberly Carmack on Mar 10, 2009 2:19 PM

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