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by Muhammad Abdul Jamil, SAP BASIS Consultant, Orient Group of Companies November 14, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Follow these steps outlined by Muhammad Abdul Jamil to configure a disaster recovery server in the form of a standby database of the SAP production server in your SAP landscape. You then can go to the standby database if your primary database goes down.

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by Muhammad Abdul Jamil, SAP BASIS Consultant, Orient Group of Companies May 2, 2014
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Muhammad Abdul Jamil provides this guide to connect SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) and Microsoft Active Directory. You can fetch users along with details from the Active Directory to ECC rather than having to create them one by one on the ECC system.


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by Michael A. Moore, September 7, 2012
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SAP technical architect Michael Moore shows you a model for migrating your SAP application servers to the cloud, including important information about virtualization and the build process.

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by Michael Pytel, Senior NetWeaver and Solution Manager Architect, NIMBL July 11, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Considering using Technical Operations with Solution Manager 7.1, but don't know where to start? Review this Excel template to see how to keep track of your alerts requirements.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Download a decision matrix you can use to evaluate the various interface options for your ABAP system.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Download a table that describes some basic pros and cons for using Representational State Transfer (REST)-based services to implement integration scenarios.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Download a table that describes some basic pros and cons for using Application Link Enabling (ALE) and IDocs to implement integration scenarios.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Download a table that describes some basic pros and cons for using the Remote Function Calls and Business Application Programming Interfaces to implement integration scenarios.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Download a table that describes some basic pros and cons for using the ETL technique to implement integration scenarios.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
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Survey modern ABAP-based interface technologies supported by SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP (AS ABAP). Look at the pros and cons of each technology and identify typical usage scenarios. Develop a decision table that can be used to determine when and where to apply specific interface technologies.


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by Alfred Barzewski, Senior Developer, SAP AG August 26, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn about the package concept in the area of ABAP-based application development. Understand the essentials of the package framework, following various case studies and concrete tasks from the daily routine of the ABAP developer as examples. Attention is focused on how you can use the package concept to benefit your own development.

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences February 12, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Understand what the ideal architecture for an enterprise-ready composite application should look like. Discover the pitfalls involved, how to avoid them, and how your decisions influence the overall complexity of the final application. By following these recommendations, you can develop applications that are well prepared for your always-changing IT landscape.

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by Nils Krugmann, Consulting Lead TDMS Shellcreation, SAP Deutschland AG & Co. KG January 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP Test Data Migration Server (TDMS) is a high-speed data-extraction tool that you can use to populate your development, test, quality assurance, and training systems (called receiver systems) with data from your live production environment (called sender systems). A TDMS Shellcreation builds a receiver system as a reduced-size copy of the sender system; since it builds only a small system, it doesn’t consume as many resources as a full-system copy and requires only a fraction of the storage space. Shellcreation for SAP ERP systems is the only possible approach to creating a small receiver system for large sender systems. Learn how to navigate the Shellcreation process and avoid major pitfalls.

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by Thomas G. Schuessler, Founder, ARAsoft July 15, 2001
SAP Professional Journal – 
An extranet application allows users outside your firewall limited, controlled access to certain functionality within the firewall. If this functionality involves SAP, and you want to assign users a generic password, how do you control access to extranet applications so that only selected business partners can use them? This article examines the password management capabilities offered by SAP, including the online SAPGUI transaction for maintaining extranet userids, the password BAPIs available for object types like Customer, Vendor, etc., and a component written in Java that encapsulates access to the password BAPIs.

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by Helmet Stefani, Performance, Benchmark, and Data Archiving Team, SAP | Dr. Rolf Gersbacher, Performance, Benchmark, and Data Archiving Department, SAP March 15, 2001
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As the saying goes, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Administrators are well advised to archive data before ailing performance becomes a characteristic of their SAP environment. SAP Data Archiving enables you to keep the size of your database under control over the long term, ensuring improved system availability and performance, and more efficient use of IT resources such as hard disks, CPUs, and networks. This article describes how SAP's Archive Development Kit (ADK) works, the ways in which you interact with it, and how to plan for and execute archiving and post-archiving activities. It will bring newcomers up to speed very quickly, and provides plenty of useful information for those already well versed in the fundamentals. Threaded throughout the article are suggestions and tips about how best to wield SAP ADK technology, particularly with regard to FI_DOCUMNT, one of the most commonly used and therefore most important archiving objects.

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by Jonathan Maidstone, Product Manager, SAP January 15, 2001
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Screen programming and list programming used to occupy two different worlds. Controls programming changed that. The ALV Grid Control allows you to replace tabular lists with control-based tables on screens, and the SAP Tree Control provides a new way of displaying hierarchical lists. But how can you display unstructured output in a control-based environment? Starting with Release 4.6C, you display it with dynamic documents. A dynamic document is an HTML document you can construct in a program via ABAP methods, which allow you to add elements and content to the document on the fly while ensuring it has the right styles and colors to fit in with the rest of the system. This article provides an introduction to dynamic documents: how they fit into screens in the SAP system, and how you can use them for both simple output of text, pictures, or links, and for more complicated documents involving tables and forms for user interaction — in short, a brief overview of how you can move away from traditional list-bound output to create more compact and attractive user interfaces.