Improve the Efficiency of Your SAP Records Management Implementation with Automated Record Updates

  • by Joachim Becker, Product Manager, SAP Records Management, SAP
  • Ulrich Spinola, Development Project Lead, SAP AG
  • May 15, 2005
SAP Records Management, a standard component of SAP Web Application Server 6.20 and higher, provides users with access to all of their enterprise documents, transactions, workflows, and data, regardless of their module or vendor, via a single view — a record. SAP data by nature is constantly changing, however, which means the record containing your data needs to be updated to reflect these changes. This article shows you how to use event linkage to automatically update records when business events occur in an SAP system (e.g., when records are created, changed, or deleted), freeing you from having to perform such updates manually and enabling you to take full advantage of your SAP Records Management implementation for real time and cost savings.

Joachim Becker

Joachim Becker is Product Manager of SAP Records Management. He has a degree in mathematics from the University of Heidelberg, Germany. In his degree dissertation, Joachim discussed wavelet algorithms, which are used to analyze digital images, for example. He joined SAP in 1995 as a developer in the Financials area, and also worked as a trainer and consultant. Since 1999, Joachim has assumed various product management responsibilities in SAP’s Technology Development department. He is an expert in Business Process Technology in general, and has focused on the areas of Workflow, Document Management, and Communication.

See more by this author

Ulrich Spinola

Ulrich Spinola has long-term international project and project management experience in the areas of SAP Records Management and Workflow. He is the architect of the process management components of SAP Records Management. In addition to his work in development and consulting, he speaks at conferences and publishes articles about SAP Records Management. He is also a coauthor of the book “SAP Records Management,” published by SAP PRESS in March 2005. So far, only a German edition is available.

See more by this author


Comments

No comments have been submitted on this article. 


Please log in to post a comment.

To learn more about subscription access to premium content, click here.