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by Jan Gardiner, Senior Director, GRC Solutions, SAP Labs, LLC | Matt Hartnett, SAP Security and SAP Process Control Consultant August 28, 2017
SAP Professional Journal/Financials/HR – 

SAP Process Control provides a popular alternative to online completion of assessment surveys, tests of effectiveness, and other surveys—SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe. These offline forms are easy to use but can be initially challenging to set up and test. Jan Gardiner and Matt Hartnett present an end-to-end guide that will help you configure, deploy, and manage the offline forms.


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by Muhammad Ramzan, SAP Certified ABAP and NW Portal Development Consultant, Ejada Systems, Saudi Arabia May 30, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 
 - Download ABAP code that allows you to generate a Smart Forms Navigator in a tree structure.

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by Muhammad Ramzan, SAP Certified ABAP and NW Portal Development Consultant, Ejada Systems, Saudi Arabia May 30, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

Use ABAP code to create a utility that allows you to generate a Smart Forms Navigator similar to the Object Navigator, transaction SE80. This code lists all those Smart Forms that have been defined in a package. The list is comprised of a tree structure.  


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by Kay Eidner, Senior Developer, SAP AG | Thomas Frambach, Senior Developer, SAP AG March 20, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 

Kay Eidner and Thomas Frambach of SAP show you how to use generic UI building blocks (GUIBBs) to improve your Web Dynpro screens.


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by Kay Eidner, Senior Developer, SAP AG | Thomas Frambach, Senior Developer, SAP AG November 13, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn about the User Interface Framework of SAP’s Business Suite, the Floorplan Manager (FPM), and its basic concepts. See how to use the FPM for enhancements and to create individual applications.

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HR/SAP Professional Journal – 
This informative video presentation gives users details about the features, capabilities, and requirements of SAP ERP HCM processes and forms in SAP self-service applications.

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by Qazi Wasif Ali, SAP ABAP Consultant, Descon Engineering Limited December 15, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 

Use ABAP code to create a utility that allows you to download standard or custom SAP Smart Styles. With it, you’ll be able to download all SAP Smart Styles or a selection that you have defined, eliminating a normally laborious process.


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by Sourabh Chugh, Sourabh Chugh, Senior CRM Consultant, SAP Australia November 22, 2011
BI/Financials/HR/SAP Professional Journal/SCM – 

Learn how to quickly integrate new or existing SAP Interactive Forms with CRM One Order Framework service objects.


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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer November 7, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Save time and reduce training costs by introducing new users, or refreshing current users, to SAP actions without requiring access to the SAP system. After understanding the model, step through three training lessons for creating different kinds of documents.


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by Qazi Wasif Ali, SAP ABAP Consultant, Descon Engineering Limited October 14, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 

Use ABAP code to create a utility that allows you to download standard or custom SAP Smart Forms. With it, you’ll be able to download all SAP Smart Forms or a selection that you have defined, eliminating a normally laborious process.


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by Muhammad Usman Malik, Senior SAP Consultant, Saudi Business Machines (SBM) June 10, 2011
HR/SAP Professional Journal – 
Design flexible, attractive HR-related forms through HR Forms Workplace. HR Forms Workplace is the central tool for creating HR-related forms through SAP Smart Forms or PDF Forms. Find out how to easily select HR-related data to create forms specific to your company without writing any extraction routines.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
You can create Microsoft Word and Excel applications in ABAP using the COM interface. However, using the COM interface can be cumbersome and requires a certain level of technical knowledge. As an alternative, the author has developed an open-source solution — the Office Document Toolbox — that ABAP developers can use to create word processing documents in Rich Text Format (RTF) and spreadsheets in Excel XLS format, presented in a two-article series. This first article explains the underlying design structure of the toolbox and then focuses on the RTF part of the toolbox. The information here will prepare you for the second article that will present the Excel spreadsheet solution.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
Business Server Pages (BSP) is a mature technology you use to develop HTML-based Web applications. But what do you do when you want to take advantage of the high-quality output, Web-friendly forms, and flexibility of the latest Portable Document Format (PDF) technology by Adobe (and still protect your BSP investments)? This article shows you how to use the PDF Toolbox for ABAP, an open-source solution introduced in the May/June 2007 issue of this publication, to integrate PDF forms into your BSP applications. The solution is a cost-effective approach to improve and extend your already existing BSP applications with PDF forms.

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by Cord Jastram, Ph.D., Consultant May 15, 2007
SAP Professional Journal – 
- Download code for the PDF Toolbox RFC server, ABAP classes, and example files.

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SAP Professional Journal – 

Forms are the lifeline of modern business, and the well-known PDF technology enables you to easily send forms via email, post them on the Internet, archive them, or print them offline. But what if you want to quickly modify a PDF document — add encryption, attachments, or background text, for example — without having to open Adobe Acrobat and click through the various buttons and menu items? This article introduces the PDF Toolbox, an open-source solution that allows ABAP developers to programmatically modify existing PDF documents with ease. It takes you through the components of the solution, walks you through an example that uses it, and shows you how to enhance and deploy it.


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by Markus Meisl, SAP NetWeaver Product Manager, Forms Technology, SAP AG March 15, 2007
SAP Professional Journal – 
Recognizing that PDF has become the de facto tool for creating and exchanging electronic documents, SAP initiated a strategic development partnership with Adobe Systems — the result of which was SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe. This article explains what you need to know to get started with SAP Interactive Forms for back-end printing purposes; its underlying architecture, which incorporates many of the known principles of Smart Forms technology; and the steps needed to create a simple form using the new Form Builder (transaction SFP). This article also explains data binding and how to create tables in a form, and concludes with some tips and tricks to help make your SAP Interactive Forms experience easier and more productive.

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by Marc Chan, Senior Consultant, SAP NetWeaver Regional Implementation Group (RIG), Asia-Pacific Region, SAP Hong Kong | Markus Meisl, SAP NetWeaver Product Manager, Forms Technology, SAP AG January 15, 2006
SAP Professional Journal – 
Until now, users have required direct access to the back-end system to carry out daily business tasks, such as entering sales order information, which can be problematic for remote or offsite users. SAP NetWeaver ’04 offers a new technology called Interactive Forms based on Adobe software that changes all this. Leveraging the presentation and information exchange capabilities of Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF), Interactive Forms enables users to take parts of their business processes offline by entering data into form fields and then uploading the data in the fields to the back-end system, increasing efficiency and reducing the risk of data entry errors. Using an example, this article show developers how to build and deploy a custom data-entry form using Interactive Forms within a Web Dynpro application.

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by Rainer Weber, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg January 15, 2000
SAP Professional Journal – 
Web forms are the means by which developers can create applications that enable users to start workflows and execute work items from the comfort of a Web browser. A Web form is a simple, intuitive interface, which is made up of a relatively short list of fields and a "Submit" button. This interface obviates the need for the SAP GUI, or even familiarity with R/3 transactions. This article explains the steps that are required within R/3 and the SAP@Web Studio to build Web form-based workflow scenarios.