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Recommended Reading (SAPinsider Vol. 4, Iss. 3)

by SAP PRESS | SAPinsider

July 1, 2003

by SAP PRESS SAPinsider - 2003 (Volume 4), July (Issue 3)

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Practical Workflow for SAP
Effective business processes using SAP’s WebFlow Engine
by Alan Rickayzen, et al

In addition to giving you in-depth knowledge of the standard features of the WebFlow Engine, this book opens up new Internet-based possibilities. It also shows you how process management fits into your organization and helps you improve the speed, quality, and consistency of everyday business processes.

Learn how to deploy and extend SAP workflows, create your own, and make your project a success. Of particular interest is the use of new technologies such as XML messaging, as well as insights for using workflows in mySAP solutions (for example, mySAP SRM and mySAP CRM).

Additional tips and tricks, checklists, guidelines for administrators, custom programs, and debugging techniques are included.

ABAP Objects: The Official Reference
A comprehensive guide to all ABAP language elements

by Horst Keller & Joachim Jacobitz

This 2-volume set represents the first complete and systematic language reference book for ABAP Objects. This comprehensive resource offers descriptions of all of the statements used for developing programs and classes in ABAP and ABAP Objects (including Release 6.20).

Not only will you find explanations and examples of all commands, you’ll also benefit from complete reviews of all relevant usage contexts. Plus, these books highlight specific changes introduced between releases 6.10 and 6.20. Notes on potential error messages and practical, proven recommendations make this an extremely useful manual, further enhanced with a highly detailed glossary. The set also includes SAP Web AS 6.10 on two CDs.

Archiving Your SAP Data
A comprehensive guide to planning and executing archiving projects
by Helmut Stefani

Get comprehensive information for implementing and executing data archiving projects with SAP systems. Learn about fundamental technologies in detail and examine all specific elements — from archivability checks to the archiving process, and from storing created archive files to displaying archived data. This book focuses on data archiving in the SAP R/3 system, although it also addresses more recent archiving concepts relevant to mySAP CRM and SAP BW. Plus, you’ll quickly understand the standardized phases for planning and executing an archiving project. This guide is designed to benefit system and database administrators, as well as project managers and teams implementing data archiving as part of an SAP customer project.

SAP Smart Forms
Create forms more quickly and easily than ever before. No programming required!
by Werner Hertleif & Christoph Wachter

Move over, SAPscript. SAP Smart Forms are far more convenient. This book shows you how to use this key tool, released in R/3 4.6C, and gives you all the basic knowledge for the production, functions, and handling of Smart Forms. Learn the ins and outs of integrating text, graphics, and data into your forms, plus discover the printing, email, and Web options that are available. Numerous practice exercises enable you to hit the ground running with form production procedures. In addition, it offers expert advice on form layout, special output procedures, and an extensive appendix with volumes of highly detailed information.

SAP Service and Support
An A-to-Z guide for optimizing ROI and TCO
by Gerhard Oswald

To complement the wide array of available software solutions, SAP offers customers an equally exhaustive range of service and support programs. This comprehensive portfolio of services and support options helps you to operate all facets of your SAP system landscape with heightened efficiency, saving you both time and money across the entire life cycle of your solution. But where do you begin?

Using this unique new book as your one-stop reference, you'll quickly learn how the SAP community is structured, and gain an advanced understanding of the extensive maintenance programs offered by SAP. Plus, you can instantly access detailed profiles of all available services and expert analysis, which clearly shows you how to best leverage these resources to reduce total cost of ownership and boost return on investment in your SAP solution.

Familiarize yourself with the essential features of SAP Solution Management, and benefit from best practices, proven insights, and concise examples that illustrate the specific situations in which individual services are most effectively deployed. Support organization team members. Visit




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