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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect April 5, 2016
SAP Professional Journal – 
Follow these best practices and tips outlined by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar if you are planning to execute an SAPUI5 project. See how an SAPUI5 project differs from a traditional project and why the design process is essential if you want to avoid technical errors.

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by Rehan Zaidi, Senior SAP Technical Consultant February 3, 2015
SAP Professional Journal – 
Rehan Zaidi explains the essential concepts for developing on the SAP Mobile Platform and, in particular, how to work with OData.

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by Sarah Lottman, Senior Software Developer, SAP November 11, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Sarah Lottman explains how to configure the new SAP Web Integrated Development Environment (SAP Web IDE) and connect it to your on-premise systems using HANA Cloud Connector.

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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 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 Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect June 9, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 

Ameya Pimpalgaonkar shows how to design responsive SAPUI5 or SAP Fiori applications. SAP Fiori uses the SAPUI5 framework and therefore all responsive design techniques used in SAPUI5 can also be used while developing custom SAP Fiori applications.


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by Akash Kumar, Technical Consultant, SAP Labs May 22, 2014
SAP Professional Journal – 
Akash Kumar describes the Service Provider Infrastructure Framework (SPI), which is an application and user interface (UI) technology layer that is developed in integration with Floor Plan Manager (FPM). It helps developers to build timeless software and to code without thinking too much about the back-end code.

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by Vipin Nagpal, SAP ERP Technical Consultant, SAP India Pvt. Ltd. May 18, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 

Learn how to implement message handling in Web Dynpro for ABAP. Discover three techniques for how to do this, and step through a demo scenario to see which technique is best for your situation.


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by Natalie Zhang, Senior SAP Analyst, American Standard | Mukunda Krishnaswamy, CTO, MimosaSoft April 12, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Follow step-by-step instructions to make your portal site more accessible to a search engine such as Google Search Appliance.

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by Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech January 18, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 

Gain a better understanding of business application interface design. Find out how to design and develop accessible, easy-to-use business applications your users will love.


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by Boris Rubarth, Knowledge Architect, SAP NetWeaver, SAP AG October 1, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover how to create templates for services configuration (profiles). Then see how to apply these templates (bundled in a business scenario) to services to create endpoints together instead of separate endpoint creation for each service. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) Manager, as a configuration tool for ABAP Web Services, offers additional configuration objects to easily carry out configuration tasks in service-oriented architecture landscapes.

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by Muhammad Usman Malik, Senior SAP Consultant, Saudi Business Machines (SBM) January 28, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Business Server Pages are the best flexible way to deliver Web-based solutions in SAP systems. Instead of providing the same look and feel of standard SAP screens, developers can use the vast library of HTML and JavaScript. Find out how to decrease overhead by calling pre-deployed SAP screens and transactions through their iViews or the respective transaction code. In addition, discover how to include Single Sign-On (SSO) and how to call transactions in a non-portal environment.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG | Michael Kraeft, Development Architect, TD Core UI&AM, SAP AG December 4, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Walk through the following steps to enhance the Web Dynpro ABAP user interface of a standard SAP application by following a real-world example. Find out the advantages of using the Enhancement Framework to achieve this.

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by Robert Heidasch, Senior Manager/Senior Principal, Accenture December 2, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
One of a company’s worst nightmares is the theft of customer or other confidential data. To avoid having unauthorized parties view this data, you should secure your enterprise applications. Find out how you can carry this out by using the Java Authentication and Authorization Service in SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java.

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences November 30, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover what you have to consider if you want to integrate a Web Dynpro component or a Web service for persisting data in your process. After you develop your UIs and your Web service, find out how to connect them with the respective process steps.

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by Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech October 30, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Proxy classes for use in Web applications can be automatically generated by ActionScript, an SAP NetWeaver plug-in, integrated with Adobe Flex Builder 2 or via a wizard in Adobe Flex Builder 3. How the proxy classes are created isn’t as important as your understanding the proxy class structure. Learn how to deal with generated proxy classes to develop code in Flex applications that consume enterprise services.

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by Ameya Pimpalgaonkar, Senior SAP Architect September 9, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Follow this process when you want to secure your SAP NetWeaver Portal with SSL quickly, but don’t want to change your corporate portal security settings. This process also avoids certificate conflicts that may arise.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG July 6, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn how to work with enhancements of a global class — such as post-methods — and get to know how to plan, structure, and implement a project in which you make your enhancements switchable. Assign the relevant packages to a switch, assign the switch to a reversible business function, and switch the whole project on in transaction SFW5.

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by Thomas Weiss, Solution Manager, SAP NetWeaver Product Management Application Server ABAP, SAP AG June 24, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Working in cooperation with the classic append technology, the Enhancement Framework enables you to enhance all levels of an application from the Web Dynpro ABAP user interface over the application logic to the database layer. By going through a comprehensive example you will learn how to use the Enhancement Framework and discover the underlying principles and structures that make this technology so easy to work with.

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by Robert Heidasch, Senior Manager/Senior Principal, Accenture June 1, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Building new service-oriented business applications requires the integration of applications written in different languages running on different platforms. SAP Enterprise Services Explorer allows the discovery and consumption of enterprise services in any type of Microsoft application and programming language supported by Microsoft Visual Studio .NET — e.g., Windows Forms application, Windows Web application (ASP.NET), Windows smart client applications, and Microsoft Office applications.

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