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by Lukas M. Dietzsch, CEO, Blackvard Management Consulting, LLC July 9, 2015
SAP Professional Journal – 
Proper and adequate source code documentation is essential for the effective maintenance of SAP software. Lukas Dietzsch describes the Javadoc and ABAP Doc documentation approaches. See a comparison of both source code documentation strategies, as well as the current functionality in SAP NetWeaver 7.40 and ABAP Doc’s automated documentation.

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by George Chen, SAP Consultant, Lynk, Inc. July 2, 2015
SAP Professional Journal – 
George Chen demonstrates his method of loading data from any table in any SAP system to any other SAP system. See how to use a Remote Function Call (RFC) function module call, Runtime Type Service (RTTS), and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) serialization/deserialization.

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by Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech September 22, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn from Sandesh Darne how to quickly and efficiently create new SAP UI5 controls or enhance existing controls to improve users’ web or mobile experience.

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by Akash Kumar, Technical Consultant, SAP Labs September 8, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP HANA’s spatial feature is part of a platform that stores both geospatial and business data. Akash Kumar shows how to use it to perform operations such as distance calculation between objects, the union of objects, and analytics on spatial data.

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by Sarah Lottman, Senior Software Developer, SAP September 2, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
One of the major difficulties for SAPUI5 developers today is the lack of documentation on how to get started in a real-world project. Sarah Lottman outlines the steps necessary to develop an application using Eclipse as the platform.

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by Aaron Long (Huaqiao Long) , Support Consultant, Technology CoE NetWeaver Foundation XPI, SAP Active Global Support August 26, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 

As an alternative to XML, JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is an open standard format that uses human-readable text to transmit data objects. It is widely used in applications in the cloud computing world (e.g., the online shopping applications running with a browser or mobile client). A frequent question is how an application using the JSON format can be integrated with an SAP system through SAP Process Integration (SAP PI) since SAP PI is XML based. This functionality is not currently provided as standard in SAP PI. This step-by-step guide for developing a custom adapter module shows how to address this function gap.


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by Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech | Fedorah D'souza, Senior Mobility Architect, L&T Infotech February 11, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Read this article by Sandesh Darne and Fedorah D'souza to see how to implement SAPUI5 to provide your users with interactivity and the ability to analyze data when they are on their smartphones or tablets.

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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect January 17, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP NetWeaver Portal 7.3 Logon Page architecture has changed the method you use to customize the logon page. It no longer uses HTML tags for user interface (UI) element rendering. Instead, it uses SAP tags. SAP tags are classes packaged in a JAR file called tc~sec~ume~logon~logic_api.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting November 6, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

Read this article by James Wood to learn how to use the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard XQuery language to create message mapping programs in SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI.) Identify scenarios in which XQuery can simplify complex mapping requirements.


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by Nitin Gupta, Senior Developer, SAP Labs Canada | Ilya Bibik, Scrum Master/Project Manager at SAP Labs Canada September 24, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover how to improve the functionality of your SAP GUIs without affecting their parent applications, thereby reducing total cost of ownership. Learn about side-panel and CHIPs applications and how they can be used in business scenarios to add value to preexisting SAP GUIs and to integrate with SAP partner and third-party applications. Discover the benefits and weakness of implementation with SAP GUI (Dynpro) and Web Dynpro ABAP applications. Explore possible implementations of CHIPs and side panels across a wide variety of areas.


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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect June 18, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

Ameya Pimpalgaonkar of IBM India shows you how to move 7.0 logon page development components (DCs) synched in SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure to 7.3 DCs without using a code migration tool available in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio 7.3. 


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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect June 17, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

- Discover the basic features of the Ajax Framework Page (AFP), one of the major features of SAP NetWeaver Portal. AFP is standard in release 7.3 and offers improvements over the previous framework.


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by George Anderson, Senior Director & GPE, Microsoft Services | John Dobbins, SAP Basis Project Lead August 10, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Understand the basics of installing enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 and learn important tips and tricks to smooth your upgrade.

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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 Robert Heidasch, Senior Manager/Senior Principal, Accenture June 22, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Review how to work with Java Scheduler functionality provided by SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java 7.00 or higher. This shows you how to schedule already-existing background processes (i.e., jobs defined in deployed Java-based business applications). Additionally, walk through the creation steps of the new job that is provided by a custom-provided business application. The description of particular steps contains an example Java message-driven bean class and required job configuration.

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences May 9, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn what needs to be done to configure an integration scenario that is based on the new Java-only deployment option of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.3 — Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX) — in combination with SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management (SAP NetWeaver BPM). Once configured, run and monitor your integration process using the process monitor of SAP NetWeaver BPM and the AEX monitoring tools.

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by Aaron Long (Huaqiao Long) , Support Consultant, Technology CoE NetWeaver Foundation XPI, SAP Active Global Support January 10, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover a way to extract the Java source code of an SAP NetWeaver Process Integration PI (SAP NetWeaver PI) message mapping designed with the Java graphic mapping tool in the Integration Repository (XI 3.0 and PI 7.0) or Enterprise Service Builder (PI 7.1x and onwards). By using the extracted code, you can quickly determine what’s delaying your mapping and efficiently design a workaround.

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by Robert Heidasch, Senior Manager/Senior Principal, Accenture August 31, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
You can set up ticket authorization between two SAP systems to enable users to apply single sign-on when they need to access both systems. You can use either an HTTP connection or a Remote Function Call connection for this purpose. Use the provided guidelines to determine which authentication type can fulfill your requirement. See how to configure the connection using the destination service with ticket-based authentication in the back-end communication.

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by Robert Heidasch, Senior Manager/Senior Principal, Accenture May 21, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
The modern component-based business applications comprise several components that often run on different machines. Establishing the identities of the communicating parties has become an important element in business operations. You need to protect your sensitive data against unauthorized access, which requires the establishment of secure communication channels. SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java provides the destination service that helps you configure secure connections to remote business applications and systems.

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by Ulrich Schmidt, Senior Developer, SAP AG April 28, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover how SAP Business Connector C/C++ services work internally. Find out when it’s best to use them and when you should avoid them. Uncover tips and tricks for creating and debugging SAP BC C/C++ services smoothly.

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