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SAP offers complex products and complex documentation. SAP Netweaver For Dummies will explain what Netweaver does, who is using it and how, and how the reader can get started with Netweaver in the traditional For Dummies format for easy learning.
TECH EDIT AND AUTHORING BY SAP EMPLOYEES -Get the information straight from SAP.
SAP-PROVIDED CD CONTENT -SAP will be supplying the CD with Netweaver content.
INSIDE INFORMATION - Through this arrangement we are privy to the details behind the product and revision cycle that no one else is.
UNIQUE PARNTERHSIP OPPORTUNITY - SAP has almost 20,000 corporate customers in 120 countries, and has 65% of the Fortune 100 as customers.
About The Author
Dan Woods is the author of several technology books and is currently an editorial consultant for SAP.
Jeff Word works for SAP, and is the technology evangelist for Netweaver. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: Enterprise Software Basics
Chapter 1: SAP NetWeaver: The New Foundation of IT
Chapter 2: Primordial Acronym Soup: The Origins of Enterprise
Chapter 3: Meet SAP NetWeaver
Chapter 4: The Birth of a Solution
Chapter 5: A Blueprint for the Future
Chapter 6: The Evolution of mySAP Business Suite
Chapter 7: Composite Applications and SAP xApps: Flexible and Reusable Innovation
Part II: The Cast of Components
Chapter 8: SAP Enterprise Portal: Something for Everyone
Chapter 9: SAP Mobile Infrastructure: Information Hits the Road
Chapter 10: SAP Gives Business Intelligence
Chapter 11: Mastering SAP Master Data Management
Chapter 12: Exchanging Data
Chapter 13: SAP Web Application Server: The Cornerstone of SAP NetWeaver
Part III: A Nifty Development Toolkit
Chapter 14: SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio
Chapter 15: Visual Composer: Going Codeless
Chapter 16: Composite Solutions
Chapter 17: Tying It All Together: SAP Solution Manager
Part IV: SAP Net Weaver in Action
Chapter 18: The World of Internal Portals
Chapter 19: Deploying Web Services
Chapter 20: SAP R/3 and Then Some
Chapter 21: Making Sense of Data: Analytics and Reporting
Chapter 22: Doing the Application-to-Application Thing
Chapter 23: Custom Made: Composite Applications
Part V: Rolling Out SAP NetWeaver
Chapter 24: Plans and People
Chapter 25: Information Station
Chapter 26: Nifty Implementation Processes and Swell Software
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 27: Ten (or so) Ways to Get Started with SAP NetWeaver
Appendix: About the CD