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Get hands-on answers to frequently asked questions about using Microsoft .NET technologies to customize and extend SAP applications. Walk through dozens of real-world examples—from Web Services integration to business intelligence (BI) reporting and Microsoft Office-based solutions—direct from a team of Microsoft–SAP interoperability experts. Learn how to expose back-end SAP data through familiar Microsoft tools and UIs—for better productivity ...

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Overview

Get hands-on answers to frequently asked questions about using Microsoft .NET technologies to customize and extend SAP applications. Walk through dozens of real-world examples—from Web Services integration to business intelligence (BI) reporting and Microsoft Office-based solutions—direct from a team of Microsoft–SAP interoperability experts. Learn how to expose back-end SAP data through familiar Microsoft tools and UIs—for better productivity and lower TCO.

Discover how to:

  • Navigate the development environment and tools—including Microsoft Visual Studio®, Visual Studio Tools for Office, and BizTalk® Server
  • Connect .NET and SAP via Web Services, tools like SAP Connector and Enterprise Service Explorer, and .NET Data Provider
  • Implement BI solutions that unlock SAP data through familiar Microsoft UIs
  • Expose data from SAP NetWeaver Portal in Microsoft Office SharePoint® Server
  • Use the Business Data Catalog to display and search SAP content—no coding
  • Build your own Office Business Applications (OBAs), or put Duet to work
  • Add Microsoft Office presence functionality and forms solutions to SAP applications
  • Deliver a single sign-on solution
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735625686
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 2/25/2009
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Juergen Daiberl is a senior technical evangelist with the Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism Team. He previously worked at the Collaboration Technical Support Center, a jointly-staffed, Microsoft-SAP team in Walldorf, Germany.

Steve Fox works at Microsoft on a team whose charter is cloud development and evangelism. He’s the author of many SharePoint and Office development books and articles, as well as one of the earliest blogs on Azure and SharePoint. He's a frequent speaker at conferences around the globe.

Scott Adams is a Microsoft BI and performance management specialist, and a recognized expert in delivering SAP solutions. He also spent five years with a SAP company in senior engineering-management roles.

Thomas Reimer is a regional business development manager on the Microsoft EMEA SAP Alliance Team. He formerly managed a consulting team focused on Microsoft and SAP technologies at a European systems integrator.

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter 1: SAP—Company Overview, Development Tools, and Microsoft .NET Interoperability

Chapter 2: Microsoft .NET Development Environment and Tools

Chapter 3: Connectivity Between Microsoft .NET and SAP

Chapter 4: Microsoft Business Intelligence

Chapter 5: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server: UI Integration

Chapter 6: SharePoint Business Data Catalog and SAP

Chapter 7: Office Business Applications

Chapter 8: Custom Development

Chapter 9: Identity and Security Management

Appendix : About the Authors

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