Karl Kessler | 04/05/2010
This next generation of Karl Kessler’s “Under Development” column delves into the recently evolved world of application lifecycle management (ALM) — what it means, where you fit in, which ALM tools you should know about, and how to properly plan your ALM journey.
by Karl Kessler | 10/01/2009
SAP's enhancement package strategy allows customers to better manage innovation in their solution landscapes. That strategy now also has implications for the technology platform, with direct benefits for developers. Discover new productivity tools and useful features (including a new, two-way class editor) that are ready for developers to explore.
Karl Kessler | 04/01/2009
As of enhancement package 1 for SAP NetWeaver 7.0, developers can integrate Flash into their ABAP applications. This opens up some really cool possibilities for developers.
Thomas Weiss and Christian Oehler | 01/01/2009
Learn how the Switch and Enhancement Framework enables the decoupled installation and activation of business functions — so now, you can add innovative new functionality without enduring a disruptive upgrade.
Thomas Weiss | 10/01/2008
Get an inside look at how the Switch and Enhancement Framework enables the integration of SAP industry solutions into the core ERP system.
Thomas Weiss | 07/01/2008
In the past, an upgrade to the SAP core often swept away any modifications that your developers had carefully hard coded into your system. The solution to preserving your custom code? SAP’s new switch and enhancement framework. Here, get an intimate look at the framework’s structure and find out how it catapults you beyond the traditional limitations of modifications.
Karl Kessler | 04/01/2008
SAP’s ERP strategy allows customers to implement innovations at their own pace using enhancement packages. For developers, this means understanding how to use Web Dynpro and SAP’s switch and enhancement framework to apply SAP and custom enhancements to current solutions. Here, Karl Kessler offers a high-level introduction for developers starting down this path.
Karl Kessler | 07/01/2007
SAP ERP 6.0 is the go-to release for SAP customers and will be for some time. Find out the four things you’ll need to know to develop for the new SAP ERP landscape, and what future improvements and innovations will soon be delivered in enhancement packages. You’ll also discover the benefits you can expect from developing on SAP NetWeaver 7.0, the foundation of SAP ERP.
Karl Kessler | 01/01/2007
by Karl Kessler, SAP AG SAPinsider - 2007 (Volume 8), January (Issue 1)
Karl Kessler | 10/01/2006
by Karl Kessler, SAP AG SAPinsider - 2006 (Volume 7), October (Issue 4)