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In Figure 1-2, you can see that rather than having to integrate with each different system separately and then attempt to consolidate these activities, you are integrating with a single point of communication and then consolidating these activities and processes through a single platform. It is possible to work with the SAP NetWeaver system in terms of a number of modules that can also be implemented separately. The most important thing, though, is that the whole is more than the sum of the individual components. SAP NetWeaver enables you to flexibly develop business processes on tailored components without having to give up existing investments.
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SAP NetWeaver is the technical foundation on which almost all mySAP solutions are currently based. SAP NetWeaver is the functionally enhanced successor of the SAP application platform mySAP Technology, and it serves as the basis for the Enterprise Services Architecture in order to meet requests for flexibility and integration among systems, interfaces, users, and processes. It connects information, business processes, and people across systems and organizational boundaries. It is the central tool for reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of complex system infrastructures. As you can see in Figure 1-3, the SAP NetWeaver platform has four integration levels. It provides the core functions for the technical infrastructure of business solutions. These integration levels are People Integration, Information Integration, and Process Integration, and Application Platform. SAP NetWeaver also supports cross-application software, so-called composite applications or xApps (xApps connect heterogeneous systems in continuous crossfunction processes so that the underlying applications can be more or less ignored). In addition, different software interfaces ensure full interoperability of applications that are running on Microsoft .NET and IBM WebSphere.
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FIGURE 1-3 An overview of the SAP NetWeaver components
SAP NetWeaverTM PEOPLE INTEGRATION
Multichannel Access Composite Application Framework Portal Collaboration Life Cycle Mgmt
INFORMATION INTEGRATION
Business Intelligence Knowledge Management Master Data Management
PROCESS INTEGRATION
Integration Broker Business Process Management
APPLICATION PLATFORM
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People Integration: The Use of an Enterprise Portal
An enterprise portal is the gateway to the end user. Based on the end-user view, this section illustrates how a user-friendly interface makes it possible to access relevant data from very different systems. In addition, it illustrates the meaning of role-based user and content management and shows that using business packages can significantly reduce the amount of resources required for implementing a portal. An enterprise portal offers a central point of access to information, applications, and services in your enterprise. All SAP and non-SAP systems, data warehouses, desktop documents, as well as web content and web services are brought together on one uniform interface. By using single sign-on, users benefit from the convenient authentication and communication between IT systems. Knowledge management in the portal turns unstructured data into important information for the enterprise and the regional business users, collaboration facilitates the communication among people across enterprise borders, and personalization adapts the structure to the requirements of individual users. Figure 1-4 shows an overview of the architecture of the SAP Enterprise Portal. Basically speaking, a well-defined Enterprise Portal can offer the business users the right information and the right functions at the right time from any location and in the right format. To do this, SAP Enterprise Portal provides an infrastructure you can use to retrieve and edit data from information sources in your company as well as from the Internet by means of iViews. SAP provides iView templates to help facilitate the implementation of the portal, but you can also create customer-specific iViews. The SAP Enterprise Portal also provides powerful search functions with which you can selectively and intuitively retrieve files and documents from different sources of information, such as local database applications, websites, or pools of enterprise documents. Collaboration functions allow you to use common resources and content. The individual tools and services include virtual project rooms and tools for realtime interaction, regardless of geographical distance. You can use discussion forums to exchange data and information with colleagues whose workplace is not in the same area or even in the same time zone. The core functions of SAP Enterprise Portal are written in Java; therefore, you need a J2EE runtime environment, which is provided by the SAP Web
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