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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture December 21, 2017
BI/SAP Professional Journal – 
Robert Heidasch provides some examples of integration solutions based on SAP-provided replication tools that you can use to integrate SAP and non-SAP applications. The tools support a wide variety of data types (structured and unstructured) and formats (including data streams). 

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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture December 18, 2017
BI/SAP Professional Journal – 

Data and solution integration is becoming one of the most important aspects in enterprise architecture. Robert Heidasch describes the functionalities provided by SAP data replication and transformation solutions and their proper use.


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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture January 18, 2016
SAP Professional Journal – 
Robert Heidasch explains two extensibility options for modifying SAP S/4HANA business functionality.

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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, 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 Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, 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, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, 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 Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, 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 Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture December 2, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 

- Download myAppl-security-jaas code for creating a login module.


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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture December 2, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 

- Download the sample code from the article "Secure Your Enterprise Application with Authentication in SAP NetWeaver Web AS Java."


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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture September 9, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 

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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, 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 Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture July 15, 2008
SAP Professional Journal – 
Model-driven software techniques make it easier and faster to develop business process-oriented applications. Business object modeling, business process component modeling, and business process modeling represent real, process-relevant entities in an implementation, make the entities more transparent, and allow you to close the gap between documentation and development. Enterprise service-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA) uses SAP’s modeling approach to process and application design. This article provides an overview of how to develop process-oriented applications using modeling.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
Every aspect of your business and its automated processes is becoming increasingly more dynamic, driving the need for your supporting technologies to be correspondingly adaptable. The Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture (Enterprise SOA) in SAP NetWeaver is a Web services-based conceptual architecture that is designed to help you meet this challenge by bringing flexibility, adaptability, and ease of integration to your SAP business applications. This article describes the concepts, technologies, and tools that comprise Enterprise SOA, and explores the options for progressively moving your existing SAP architecture to Enterprise SOA. It also provides a sneak preview of upcoming Enterprise SOA features.