Lotus Notes Access for SAP Solutions (NaSs): Using the Notes Client as a Friendly Interface to SAP Data and Processes

  • by Bob Balaban, Notes Product Development, IBM Software Group
  • January 15, 2007
One way of obtaining more value from your SAP system is to make the back-end functionality it provides accessible to the desktops of more knowledge workers. The “Lotus Notes access for SAP solutions” (NaSs) feature set from IBM is a collection of packaged scenarios that enables end users to manage their contacts, track their time, request leave, process workflow items, generate reports, schedule meetings, and maintain their personnel information directly in the SAP system from their Notes desktops. This article provides a high-level overview of the features of NaSs, gives you a quick look at how they are installed, and explains how to get to the LotusScript source code so you can customize or extend the features.

Bob Balaban

A frequent speaker and author on collaboration and technology topics, Bob Balaban has been a software development professional for more than 25 years. Bob spent 10 years as a development engineer at Lotus and Iris, where he authored the Notes/Domino “backend classes” for LotusScript and Java. He currently works on the Notes Development team, part of the Software Group’s Workplace, Portal, and Collaboration (WPLC) division. Most recently, Bob has served as product architect for Notes/SAP integration, releasing the Notes access for SAP solutions feature set in May of 2006.

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