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July 1, 2005
The Official ABAP Reference
by Horst Keller
Thoroughly revised and significantly extended, this all-new, two-volume edition of our acclaimed reference contains complete descriptions and examples of all commands in ABAP and ABAP Objects, as of release 6.40. You'll also be able to hit the ground running with key insights and complete reviews of all relevant command usage contexts. Fully updated for release 6.40, many topics in this new book are entirely revised. Plus we've added full coverage of using ABAP and XML, now described in detail for the very first time. The book comes complete with a Mini-SAP system based on SAP Web Application Server 6.20.
1200 pages — Now available
Java Programming with the SAP Web Application Server
by Gregor Karl Frey and Jürgen Opgenorth
This unique book covers all the areas in which Java can be applied on the SAP Web Application Server in the future. From architecture to the installation of the IDE (integrated development environment), you get in-depth information on database and SAP R/3 access, plus valuable details on UI (user interface) design using Web Dynpro technology. Practical information on the development of Web services and on Java messaging in SAP systems is also provided. This book is an invaluable tool for Java developers who want to extend their skills to the world of SAP, as well as for ABAP developers who need to plan ahead for the upcoming SAP Web Application Server enhancements.
505 pages — Anticipated release date: August 2005
Product Lifecycle Management with SAP
The Complete Guide to mySAP PLM Strategy, Technology, and Best Practices
by Ulrich Schmidt and Gerd Hartmann
This outstanding new reference gives you a complete overview of mySAP Product Lifecycle Management (mySAP PLM) based on SAP R/3 Enterprise. You get in-depth knowledge of the functionality and application processes of mySAP PLM, with expert guidance on engineering, product development, project-oriented control, and contracts. Plus you'll take your newly found expertise to the next level as you learn to leverage key insights on integrating these processes with accounting and logistics. Readers also discover how best to optimize Internet processes across the company. Numerous application examples depict the benefits you'll realize when you adopt the right mySAP PLM solution.
620 pages — Anticipated release date: August 2005
SAP BW Data Modeling
Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Feichter, and Jens Rohlf
This book provides an essential foundation for successful data storage with SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW). You'll benefit from step-by-step advice and instruction on all the most critical aspects of data modeling, beginning with the concept of data warehousing and the architecture of SAP BW. Learn how to set up data modeling and manage master data and transactional data efficiently. A highly detailed sample scenario is used to clarify this complex procedure. The three fundamental topics — InfoObjects, InfoProviders, and SAP Business Content — are introduced and illustrated in detail with practical examples. The book describes all of their options, special characteristics, and key interdependencies. Finally, the robust appendices provide additional help and include a comprehensive SAP BW glossary. All information provided is current for SAP BW 3.5 and also remains highly valuable to users of previous releases.
400 pages — Anticipated release date: August 2005
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