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April 1, 2006
BW Data Retrieval:
the ETL process
Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Fiechter, Ralf-Patrick
Sawicki, Robert Salzmann, and Thomas Thielen
This all-new reference makes an excellent addition
to your SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP
BW) library. A comprehensive guide to configuring,
executing, and optimizing data retrieval in SAP
BW, this book goes step by step through all essential
data collection activities so you can immediately
run with master data, transaction data, and SAP
business content. Expert insight and practical
guidance help you build a successful and efficient
extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL)
process. This book is based on SAP BW 3.5 but
remains a highly valuable resource for those
using previous releases as well.
542 pages — Now available
by Brian McKellar and Thomas Jung
This book addresses how to overcome common business
server page (BSP) development challenges. Every
chapter provides step-by-step instruction and
practical guidance to answer the critical questions
that many developers struggle with every day.
Invaluable hints on boosting performance, in-depth
troubleshooting advice, as well as detailed coverage
of RSS feeds, F4 helps, and BSP integration with
SAP GUI make this book an indispensable addition
to your technical library. You also learn about
BSP extensions, events, BSP Element Expressions
(BEEs), custom BSP Extension Elements, and
485 pages — Now available
HR Management with SAP
by Christian Krämer,
Sven Ringling, and Song Yang
Learn the ins and outs of personnel selection,
how to transfer HR data to the financial and
cost accounting departments, and more. Each chapter
of this book explains relevant human resources
concepts and business principles, along with
the corresponding HR subcomponents in SAP's
HR solution. Real-life examples help you optimize
your use of the SAP system's vast
capabilities. The authors also provide you with
volumes of valuable information on personnel
controlling, benefits, and quality assurance
in SAP's HR solution,
as well as information about integration with
SAP NetWeaver Portal. This book is ideal for
users of SAP R/3 4.7 (SAP R/3 Enterprise) and
mySAP ERP HCM.
623 pages — Now available
by Frank Forndron, Thilo Liebermann, Marcus Thurner,
and Dr. Peter Widmayer
This guide delivers detailed coverage of the
functionality and technology of mySAP ERP and
provides you with a clear, simple, and comprehensive
path to your upgrade. An introduction to the
business processes supported by mySAP ERP,
this book divulges exclusive insights into
the technical infrastructure of SAP NetWeaver
and the Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA).
Through clear decision criteria, practical
examples, and transition roadmaps, you'll
uncover the optimal path from SAP R/3 to mySAP
ERP. This book is an invaluable resource to support
your upgrade decision.
400 pages — Anticipated release date: May 2006
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