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

by SAP PRESS | SAPinsider

October 1, 2003

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


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SAP Performance Optimization Guide – Third Edition
by Thomas Schneider, SAP

This book will quickly teach you how to systematically identify and analyze performance problems, implement appropriate tuning measures, and evaluate their effectiveness. Completely revised and expanded, the Third Edition has also been enhanced with an all-new chapter focused on Internet access with SAP Web Application Server (Business Server Pages and Java applications). Both technical optimization and the monitoring of applications are covered. The book highlights potential performance pitfalls, along with corresponding instructions and valuable tips for addressing them, provided directly from support professionals at SAP.

Web Programming with the SAP Web Application Server
by Frédéric Heinemann and Christian Rau, Novasoft AG

This is the essential ABAPer’s and Web developer’s guide to the SAP Web Application Server architecture, with an in-depth focus on the Internet Communication Framework (ICF) and the Internet Communication Manager (ICM), as well as the SAP J2EE Engine. Explore Web standards such as HTML, JavaScript, HTTP, and XML, and gain a thorough understanding of the key individual development tools: Object Navigator, Web Application Builder, WebDAV interface, and Online Text Repository (OTR). Learn how to develop fully functional Web applications and more.

SAP R/3 System Administration
by Liane Will and Sigrid Hagemann, SAP

This book is an essential foundation for IT managers, technical consultants, and R/3 system administrators. Drawing from firsthand knowledge from SAP Global Support specialists working on the implementation of more than 20,000 R/3 systems, it teaches you how to perform your daily system administration tasks with optimal efficiency. This book also helps prepare you to qualify as a Certified Technical Consultant (CTC) for SAP R/3 4.6 and SAP R/3 Enterprise.

SAP Authorization System
by IBM Business Consulting Services GmbH

A detailed and comprehensive guide to SAP authorization management, this book also provides necessary organizational and technical structures and tools. It details how a proven Phase Model helps you navigate through all of the stages leading up to the implementation and deployment of an authorization concept. Readers will also learn how to set up authorization via the SAP R/3 Profile Generator, receive in-depth coverage on the special security requirements of SAP Enterprise Portal, and gain a full understanding of the SAP R/3 standards and infrastructure, which serve as a framework to develop and support SAP authorization concepts.

SAP HR: Technical Principles and Programming
by Ewald Brochhausen, Jürgen Kielisch, Jürgen Schnerring, and Jens Staeck

Learn the ins and outs of reading and processing data, in addition to the best practices and proven techniques for executing customized application adjustments and drawing up specific HR reports. This book includes full details on SAP HR special features regarding role and authorization concepts. With an entire chapter devoted to Internet technologies, it will also provide you with a comprehensive introduction to Employee Self-Service (ESS) and practical tips on how to best leverage SAP HR applications.


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