Integrating SAP Transactions, Reports, and Data into Your SAP Enterprise Portal — A Guided Tour of Your Options, Which to Use, and When

  • by Patrick Dixon, Associate Partner, IBM Corporation
  • July 15, 2004
While the advantages of SAP Enterprise Portal (SAP EP) are most apparent in its features for end users, it provides equal benefit for developers and administrators through its suite of wizards, tools, and predeveloped iViews for integrating content from a variety of SAP, non-SAP, and Web sources. This article takes you on a guided tour of the options available in SAP EP 5.0 and 6.0 for integrating SAP transactions, reports, and data, to help you choose the right ones for rolling out SAP content and applications to your users. It points out their pros and cons, and how they can be used to integrate your existing SAP content and applications.

Patrick Dixon

Patrick Dixon is an Associate Partner with IBM specializing in SAP NetWeaver applications. He has more than eight years of experience Web-enabling and integrating SAP systems with SAP NetWeaver Portal, SAP Internet Transaction Server, SAP NetWeaver Process Integration, and non-SAP systems solutions. He is a key speaker on portal implementation and content integration at WIS and SAP events worldwide. Patrick has a master’s degree in computer simulation from Bath University, and an MBA from City University, London.

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