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SAP MDM supports a step-by-step development toward connected master data management in a distributed, heterogeneous environment.
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Client SAP
Central Master Data Management
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FIGURE 1-11 Integrated Master Data Management with SAP MDM
In Figure 1-12, the sending system makes the data available in the document format, IDocs, and sends it to the adapter via a protocol. The adapter transforms the document to SAP XI format and sends it to the Integration Server using HTTP(S). During configuration, you specify which adapter the receiver is to use to receive the message. The Integration Server sends the message to the corresponding adapter, which converts the message to the receiver s protocol and sends the message to the receiver.
Web AS > = 6.20 ABAP or J2EE Local Integration Engine Creates/ Receives Messages in XI Format Web AS > = 6.20 ABAP or J2EE
File File Adapter RFC Adapter IDoc Adapter Adapter
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SAP < = 4.6
Adapter Database
FIGURE 1-12
Connecting different systems to SAP XI
SAP Business Information Warehouse Reporting
Application Platform
With the SAP Web Application Server, the Application Platform has the J2EE and ABAP runtime environments and supports web applications and web services in an open development environment. As Figure 1-13 shows, these basic platform structures support all areas of NetWeaver 2004S. Nearly every SAP system is based on the SAP Web AS as a runtime environment. The SAP Web Application Server (WAS) has, in addition to the traditional runtime environment for ABAP programs, a runtime environment for J2EE-based Java programs, called the SAP Web AS Java. Thus, the SAP Web AS, together with the database, is the Application Platform of SAP NetWeaver. SAP Web AS is the logical result of further development of the SAP Application Server technology with particular attention being paid to the web-based application. This platform offers a reliable and tested runtime environment that has evolved over more than 10 years, a framework for executing complex business processes that meet the highest security standards, and a reliable and user-friendly development environment. It supports open technical standards such as HTTP, HTTPS, SOAP, SSL, SSO, Unicode, XML, WML, and others, and supports various operating systems and database systems. Figure 1-14 offers a view of each of the options within the Web Application Server (WAS).
SAP Business Warehouse Administration
Before we move into the details of the reporting process and the objects that support the creation and execution of queries, I would like to go over the process in SAP BW that supports data processing and the management of data loading. Much of what we will be
SAP Mobile Infrastructure Close coupling and integration with SAP business applications SAP Enterprise Portal Optimized aggregation of Information Roles Knowledge management & collaboration Composite Application Framework SAP Business Information Warehouse Close Integration with SAP Open architecture Business data in high quality Master Data Management Consistent master data handling SAP Exchange Infrastructure Central management of interfaces (integration repository and directory) Connection of any SAP and non-SAP systems via adapters and proxies SAP Web Application Server Proven, scalable, and powerful platform Modernization of existing IT infrastructures and investments made SAP NetWeaverTM People Integration MultiChannel Access Portal Information Business Intelligence Collaboration Life Cycle Management Integration Knowledge Management
Master Data Management Process Integration Integration Business Process Broker Management Application Platform J2EE ABAP DB and OS Abstraction
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FIGURE 1-13 Components of SAP NetWeaver
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The SAP Web Application Server offers Multilayer architecture A reliable proven runtime environment for ABAP and Java programs High scalability
Presentation Layer
Support of Various User Interfaces (SAP GUI, Browser) Application Layer
External Systems (SAP, Non-SAP)
JAVA (J2EE)
ABAP
Operating system and database independence A comfortable development environment Support of various protocols (such as HTTP, RFC) The highest security standards for executing complex business processes
Support of Various Operating Systems (such as Windows, Unix) Database Layer
Support of Various Databases (such as DB2, Max DB)
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FIGURE 1-14
SAP Web Application Server (SAP Web AS)
looking at in the next chapters is dependent on the setup and processing that you do during the configuration and implementation of BW data uploading. Therefore, I believe it is worthwhile that we look at this activity and understand that it can provide you data for reporting in the best possible format and structure. In the end, it s all about reporting the data and having the information in exactly the correct format for your business users whether this is the CEO, CFO, or a line manager. Therefore, we need to look at some of the options we have in the way of processing the data initially in order to have the data in the right place at the right time and in the best possible format. This portion of BI, Business Warehouse, is the data warehousing solution and supports many of the other products and functionalities of the SAP systems. If you were to look at the architecture of the various applications supported by the BW area, you would see that it is the foundation of many activities and is the main platform for the reporting of information and storage of data. As you can see in Figure 1-15, NetWeaver supports many of the applications shown here, and within NW2004S, Business Warehouse is the central storage location for data. In this case, the information from SCM (Supply Chain Management) is used in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) process, which is processed through the ECC environment and then moved through the Business Intelligence system to be displayed in the Enterprise Portal (EP). All this data moves through Business Warehouse. As a core component of SAP NW2004S, BI provides data warehousing functionality, a Business Intelligence platform, and a suite of Business Intelligence tools that enable
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