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Application Java Server. SAP Enterprise Portal uses an open architecture. The standards it supports include SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration), and XML (Extensible Markup Language). The portal has powerful security functions, including extensive support of directory services, digital certificates, and the SSL protocol. It is also highly scalable and designed to be used by any number of business users, from small groups to large departments. It also supports mobile devices.
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Roles in the SAP Enterprise Portal
Roles determine which navigation paths, specified using the file structures, can be used to access which content, specified using the integrated iViews and pages. Roles can be assigned to individual users or groups of users.
NOTE The term content covers all types of content available to a user in their role-based portal
view. A Content object can be an iView (a program that determines data from different sources of the enterprise or Internet, displays it in the SAP Enterprise Portal, and, if applicable, makes it available for processing), a page (a layout of one or more iViews), or a workset (a collection of tasks, services, and information that can be used to create roles). Worksets consist of iViews and pages, arranged in a folder structure that determines the navigation paths.
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Either the portal is used as the users central workplace, with access to different applications, or it serves as the user interface within a specific application. This is the situation in SAP Master Data Management (SAP MDM) as well as in xApp SAP xRPM for multiproject management of the employee or manager self-service work center. The roles for administering users and content are generally separated. Administrators of users and roles define both objects according to the enterprise requirements in the system and then assign roles to users. Content administrators define which content is available in the system, ensure that it is administered properly, and decide which roles can work with which content. Figure 1-5 shows an example of the SAP Enterprise Portal. As you can see, the portal is divided into sections with the business user requirements in mind. This can all be customized for the correct look and feel for the customer. The information displayed can be from multiple sources and systems or from one specific system. The functionality of the SAP Enterprise Portal adapts to the needs of the business user.
Business Packages
In addition to approximately 100 standard business content roles, SAP delivers Business Packages. Business Packages contain predefined portal content that can be used to call up transactions and reports from all sorts of systems. In addition, they contain documents and information based on the roles for managers, casual users, and analysts. Business Packages facilitate the work of your content managers and significantly reduce the implementation time of your enterprise portal because they enable portals to be created without additional development work. So, while others are working to program their enterprise portal platform, you have already set up and are taking advantage of using the SAP Enterprise Portal.
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FIGURE 1-6 Target groups of Business Packages
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SAP Enterprise Portal with Initial Content
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In Figure 1-6, you can see the specific target groups identified based on Business Packages. Business Packages are classified according to target groups that consist of end users, specialists, and managers. Business Packages for end users contain the tasks that a portal user may carry out in the portal, regardless of their other roles in the enterprise. The tasks help beginners familiarize themselves with the portal as quickly as possible and thus increase the acceptance of the enterprise portal. The content includes functions such as e-mail, task lists, calendar administration, travel expense settlement, administration of benefits, employee self service, e-learning activities, and additional search functionality for the employee directory. Business Packages for managers or decision makers can use the content for efficient analysis and for gaining decision-relevant information. They offer extensive tools for planning and administering the portal and its budget. Line managers, team managers, and project managers can reduce the time they have to spend on administrative tasks and focus on strategic tasks. The most widespread Business Packages for managers include the Manager Self-Service (MSS). The final Business Packages are for specialists, which are aimed at the experts from different departments in the enterprise, such as Sales, Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, and Production. They provide appropriate analysis tools, which enable users to act quickly based on the right information. These packages can also provide operational tools, such as campaign management for marketing employees. You can purchase Business Packages from the iView Studio, a central marketplace for portal content. As a registered user, you will find the individual packages at www.sdn.sap.com. You can display and review them, and then download the content required.
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