Web Services

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences January 9, 2015
SAP Professional Journal – 
Volker Stiehl summarizes process-driven applications, their architecture, and how to track them during run time. See how SAP Process Orchestration supports process-driven applications.

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by James Wood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Bowdark Consulting June 5, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 

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 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 Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences July 20, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
After you create business rules, you need to test them to ensure they work as expected. Find out the best way to test your rules. Then see how you can create Web services from them and run your rules using the Web service navigator. Finally, obtain an understanding about how a rules engine works in detail and how you can influence the rule’s execution sequence.

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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences July 19, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Discover how the Rete engine in SAP NetWeaver Business Rules Management helps you define business logic — without the need for IT assistance. As this logic is encapsulated and handled in a dedicated environment, business experts can adapt rules during runtime to react to changing market conditions.

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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 Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech October 30, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 

- Download sample code to integrate your Web Services with Adobe Flex. The samples below tie into the instructions in the article "Build Multiple Web Service-Consuming Flex Applications Using Proxy Classes."


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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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by Sandesh Darne, Mobility Practice Head, L&T Infotech April 28, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn how Adobe Flex fits into the SAP development environment and how to use this partnership to create robust applications. Learn how to drill down into a Web service to explore its details in order to apply suitable Web service consumption and development strategies for your application.

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by Prasad Illapani, Solution Architect/PL RIG Specialist, SAP Labs LLC January 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Find out how to connect to the Services Registry, download the service from it, and design, deploy, and test the service using the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) engine in an SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio environment. Learn how you can publish a service using SAP NetWeaver Administrator on the Java side, browse and download an enterprise service to SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, and finally, develop, implement, and deploy a Web service client application using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

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by Ryan Leask, Senior Director, Solution Strategy for SAP’s Business User and Line of Business Sales Organization | Prakash Darji, Vice President and General Manager, Data Warehousing Solutions and SAP HANA Platform, SAP January 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
Read about the underlying architecture for SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation 7.0, version for SAP NetWeaver. Learn how to set up the connectivity between the different SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation clients and servers, and how to change different ABAP and .NET settings to optimize system performance.

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by Heinz Roggenkemper, Executive Vice President of Development, SAP Labs, LLC | Ralf Ehret, Development Architect, SAP AG | Andreas Tönne, Lead Consultant, Cincorn Systems January 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 

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by Markus Kupke, Development Manager | Thilo Berndt, Solution Manager, SAP CRM October 15, 2007
BI/Financials/HR/SAP Professional Journal/SCM – 
This technical look at the Web service tool provides some tips for using Web services. By reviewing the structure of the Web service tool, you can also get a look at the new WebClient UI offered in SAP CRM 2006s and SAP CRM 2007.

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by Markus Kupke, Development Manager | Thilo Berndt, Solution Manager, SAP CRM March 15, 2007
BI/Financials/HR/SAP Professional Journal/SCM – 
In alignment with SAP’s roadmap for enterprise service-oriented architecture, SAP CRM 2006s provides enterprise services for key business objects that you can use out of the box. In addition, you and your partners can now model your own Web services without additional programming.

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by Prof. Dr. Willi Nuesser, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Paderborn May 15, 2006
SAP Professional Journal – 
RFC is a well-established and trusted approach to integrating different applications in an SAP environment, but Web services, now supported with SAP Web Application Server 6.40, is emerging as a viable alternative based on open standards. Each approach has its strengths and limitations depending on the situation at hand, so when does it makes sense to use which? This article compares and contrasts the Web service and RFC approaches in terms of performance and transactional behavior to help you assess the role that each technology should play in your own SAP environment.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
Many text search/replacement problems are difficult to address without using regular expression pattern matching. As part of an upcoming SAP NetWeaver release, SAP will introduce native regular expression processing functionality into SAP Web Application Server (SAP Web AS) ABAP. To prepare you to use this facility effectively, this article provides a basic introduction to regular expression technology. Using common search/replacement applications as practical examples, it demonstrates how regular expressions can reduce the amount of custom code that would otherwise be required to address problems such as validating phone numbers and field parsing. The article concludes by presenting a simple ABAP function module that enables you to start using regular expressions today in SAP Web AS ABAP 6.20 in anticipation of the upcoming SAP NetWeaver native support.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
Ever more complex business requirements, and the widening array of technologies that address them, are in turn increasing application development time and pushing the limits of development environments. To address this, SAP Web Application Server 6.40 includes SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, an IDE that greatly simplifies Java development and enables you to leverage technologies like J2EE 1.3, Web Dynpro, and Web services from a single location. This article shows you how easy it is to develop, debug, and deploy Web-based enterprise applications using any combination of JavaServer Pages (JSPs), JavaBeans, and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs).

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by Michael Redford, Information Developer, SAP AG September 15, 2001
SAP Professional Journal – 
As Internet access spreads, costs decrease, and the online population extends to all corners of the globe, additional demands will be placed on developers, who have to consider language issues when they write programs, on system administrators, who have to maintain larger, global networks, and also on managers, who have to stay on top of increasingly far-flung business operations. This article, the first in a two-part series, provides a general introduction to character code pages, and presents two internationalization solutions that SAP currently offers: blended code pages and Multi-Display/Multi-Processing (MDMP) code pages. Code pages are only one aspect of internationalization, but they are the most critical because it is crucial that users be able to see, enter, and print all of the characters used in their language.

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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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