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October 1, 2005
Business Connector – Applications and
by Patrick Theobald
Beginning with the initial system administration
steps — connecting and monitoring one
or more SAP R/3 systems — you'll
move quickly to the development arena. Learn
how to use out-of-the-box solutions (such
as BAPI calls via XML) and how to implement
your own custom transformations and programming
services (integrated BC function packages).
The examples and solutions provided are designed
for immediate use, with only minor modifications.
Screenshots and flow charts, along with comprehensive
notes on source coding, complement the text.
Plus, you'll learn about IDoc-based communication
65 pages — Now available
and Installation of System Monitoring Using
the SAP Solution Manager
by Corina Schulz
By following this guide's
author through a fictional system landscape
scenario, which includes an R/3 system, an
APO system, and a third-party component, you'll
get important guidance on what to watch out
for when developing a monitoring concept. Then
through the steps required to implement the
designed concept, with the help of detailed
screenshots and step-by-step instructions.
Find out how to choose monitor objects, as
well as their KPIs and frequencies, plus how
to define alert messages and much more.
81 pages — Now available
Internet Applications on the SAP Web AS
by Bernd Will
Readers will quickly learn how to shift all
layout information — and even parts of
the application logic — from the SAP
Web Application Server (SAP Web AS) to the
client. You'll uncover the advantages
of the rich Internet application (RIA) approach,
learn how to solve layout issues, and implement
client-side data retrieval through Web services.
Using Flash MX 2004 as the frontend technology,
the author shows you how to leverage the technology's
greatly improved graphical formatting options
and comparatively simple development techniques
to make your project a success.
105 pages — Now available
SAP OS/DB Migration Project Guide
by Bert Vanstechelman
If you need to migrate your OS/DB quickly
and at no cost, this SAP PRESS Essentials guide
can help. When it comes to planning, setting
up the new environment, data export and import,
and the application of SAP services for migration,
every step is explained in detail, as are tips
and tricks for avoiding common pitfalls. Readers
benefit from the author's years of experience
with projects of this kind and learn how to
organize migration projects that ensure the
maximum levels of manager and user satisfaction.
80 pages — Now available
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