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    1. 1. July 2011Integrating SAP Applications withIBM WebSphere Portal usingSAP Netweaver Portal Services Marty Lechleider Guy Bavly Program Director, Portal Products Director, Product Management, Portal and Enterprise Workspaces IBM SWG SAP Technology and Innovation Platform martin_lechleider@us.ibm.com T +972-9-7775550 M +972-54-3388048 Stefan Liesche Aviad Rivlin WebSphere Portal Industry and Platform Chief Architect, STSM Product Management, Portal and Enterprise Workspaces IBM SWG SAP Technology and Innovation Platform liesche@de.ibm.com T +972-9-777-5251 M +972-54-227-7528 © 2009 IBM Corporation
    2. 2. Disclaimer IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion.2 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    3. 3. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation
    4. 4. IBM WebSphere Portal PrioritiesDeliver Exceptional User ExperiencesDifferentiate yourself to your customersDrive revenue and loyalty with your partnersEnable productive and efficient employee web interactionsSignificantly Reduce CostsFastest time-to marketUp to 50% in labor and other savings © 2010 IBM Corporation
    5. 5. WebSphere Portal - Seamlessly combine internal & externalApplications and Services Portal Apps Role Personalize Based Self Dynami Contextua Conversion d Service c Secur l e Content Cloud Social Collaboration Combined with Web 2.0 & social capabilities, employee intranets & partner extranets help drive Consumer better business outcomes © 2010 IBM Corporation
    6. 6. Integrate SAP with WebSphere Portalnd SAP Applications and Process to new audiences in a way that can make an impact for your business WebSphere Portal Customer Experiences Partner Experiences Employee Experiences © 2010 IBM Corporation
    7. 7. IBM is working with SAP to help customers extend value in Key Areasbine SAP Applications and Processes with Web Content Management, Collaboration and Custom Development from IBM WebSphere Portal Content Collaboration Heterogenous Integration and Custom Development SAP Integration Portal integration is one of the ways SAP provides / will provide to integrate SAP content in non SAP portal © 2010 IBM Corporation
    8. 8. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation
    9. 9. It starts with being able to leverage your SAP investment withWebSphere Portal WebSphere Portal B u s in e s s S u ite UI Level Integration Re-Use of SAP User Interface U s e r In te r fa c e C o m p o n e n t ( e .g . S A P P o r t a l iV ie w , Components A B A P W e b D y n p ro ) Expose SAP iViews in WebSphere Portal Bring Pages and Navigation B u s in e s s P a c k a g e elements from SAP Business (P a g e s , W o r k s e ts , R o le s , N a v ig a t io n s e r v ic e ,… ) Packages into WebSphere Portal Deep Integration Service/API Access Custom B u s in e s s S e r v ic e User Interface ( m a in ly A B A P , s o m e J a v a ) Create new experiences with SAP services; integrate with other services © 2010 IBM Corporation
    10. 10. UI Level Integration Today Existing approaches to surface SAP UI elements iFrames HTML pass thru “Integration on the glass” WebSphere Portal Web App Integrator SAP Portal Injects WebSphere Portal markup into SAP Page WSRP Custom iViews SAP Business Packages currently not available through WSRP IBM and SAP are working together to improve UI Level Integration options © 2010 IBM Corporation
    11. 11. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation
    12. 12. Focus and Goal of this PresentationGoal: to communicate the direction that SAP and IBM are taking to enable the integratioHigh Level SummaryThe Next major release of SAP Netweaver Portal includes SAP Netweaver Portal ServiWebSphere Portal will deliver complementary services, enabling customers to smoothlyThe following presentation will discuss SAP Netweaver Portal Services and its impleme
    13. 13. Portal Landscape Interoperability and OpennessKEY MESSAGENext major the navigation barPortal introduces extended integration capabilities for SAP and non-SAP content, both from and to non SAPLink in release of SAP NetWeaver – to SAP Blue Harmony Key Capabilities Support of JSR 168/ 286, WSRP 1.0 Support of SAML 1.0 and 2.0 Java EE 5 and Java SE 6 support Integration of SAP Business Objects reports via the Portal Integration Kit Exposing the portal navigation structure via a dedicated Web Service Advanced capabilities for consuming SAP application into 3rd party portals Integration of SAP Portal navigation (lab preview) structure into a 3rd party Portal
    14. 14. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationSeamless Consumption of SAP UI integration layer to 3rd Party PortalKEY MESSAGEIntranetin the navigation fictional customer, based on 3rd Party portal. Home page serves as the single point of entry to Blue employees to c Link home page of “Blue “, a bar – to SAP Blue Blu Harmony e Hom Company e Portfolio Employees Services Development Sales Marketing Related Links Next Generation Solutions for the Mobile Workforce Success Stories HR Direct Sales Online Recent Project of the News Month Training Cost Savings Links Measures Project “Timeless” Careers Blue Announces 3rd Quarter Employee Services Results SAP content integrated into a Interview with Craig 3rd party portal homepage Help / FAQ Johnson Ask the Board Interview Team Focus Links Solution Management Suite My SAP Alerts You have 3 pending purchase orders to approve Employee appraisal process is now open APJ EME Time Report A America Title goes s here Travel Report Regional News Blue TV See what happens in your region Take a look at Blue latest digital media Address Book updates System News Find out what are the recent changes in Blue IT infrastructure Purchase Request Emergency Numbers
    15. 15. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationIntegration of all UI technologies typesKEY MESSAGEIntegrating SAP Portal content into a third party Portal supports all SAP UI technologies available in the SAP Portal: Transactions, BSP, Web Dynpro J Blu e Hom Company e Portfolio Employees Services Development Sales Marketing Related Links Portlet name here Success Stories Example: HR Direct Customer Information Transaction integration Sales Online Training Careers Company or Customer “Name” Employee Services Help / FAQ Software Services GMBH APJ Software Services GMBH EME A America s Software Items Software Items
    16. 16. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationSupported capabilitiesKEY MESSAGEIntegrating SAP Portal content into a third party Portal, supports all the SAP Portal functionality (Object Based Navigation, Branding, Session Manag Blu e Hom Company e Portfolio Employees Services Development Sales Marketing Branding Related Links Access Customer Information Success Stories HR Direct Sales Online Training Careers Employee Services Help / FAQ Object Based Navigation APJ EME A America s Session Management
    17. 17. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationSeamless Consumption of SAP UI integration layer to non SAP PortalKEY MESSAGEIntegrationthebe achieved via a bar – to SAP Link in can navigation deep-linking or non-deep linking (iView specific integration). Deep linking integration provides the capability of int Blu e Hom Company e Portfolio Employees Services Development Sales Marketing Related Links Next Generation Solutions for the Mobile Workforce Success Stories HR Direct Sales Online Recent Project of the Training News SAP Portal roles Cost Savings Month Links Measures consumption Project “Timeless” Careers Blue Announces 3rd Quarter Results Employee Services Interview with Craig Work Overview Johnson Ask the Board Interview Team More info here Focus Links Me at Blue Solution Management Suite Time and Vacation My SAP Order and Purchasing Alerts Goods and Services You have 3 pending purchase orders to approve Employee appraisal process is now open It Services Hardware and Software Time Report Title goes Help / FAQ here Travel Report Regional News Blue TV See what happens in your region Take a look at Blue latest digital media Address Book updates System News Find out what are the recent changes in Blue IT infrastructure Purchase Request Emergency Numbers
    18. 18. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal Integration SAP Business Packages IntegrationKEY MESSAGESAP Business Packages inherent service map capability, enables out of the box provisioning of detailed application navigation, for 3rd party portal us Blu e Hom Company e Portfolio Employees Services Development Sales Marketing Related Links Access Employee Services Success Stories Integration of SAP HR Direct Employee Services Options landing page – Service Sales Online Map, into 3rd party Portal Work Overview IT Services Training More info More info here here Careers Hardware and Employee Services Me at Blue Software Conferencin Help / FAQ More info g here Connecting to Time and SAP Vacation Life and Work E – Mail Events Personal Telecommunication Data s Benefits and Health APJ EME Career Success A Center America s Diversity Order and Purchasing More info here Goods and Services Policies and Guidelines
    19. 19. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary © 2010 IBM Corporation
    20. 20. New UI Level Integration between SAP and WebSphere PortalWebSphere Portal Integration with SAP Netweaver Portal Services iView and Page: Supported through Portal Administration Tools Navigation: integration of role-based SAP navigation into WebSphere Portal Single Sign On (SAML 2.0, Basic Auth) Corporate Branding – ability to align WebSphere Portal and SAPNothing Extra to Buy – out of the box product level support in SAP Netweaver Portal and WebSphere Portal SAP target: Netweaver Portal 7.3 IBM target: IBM Solutions Catalog based on WebSphere Portal 7.0 Future Solution Catalog20 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    21. 21. Demo Video © 2010 IBM Corporation
    22. 22. SAP Role Based Navigational Integrationfor WebSphere Portal Role Based Navigation from SA federated into WebSphere Port Page from SAP in WebSphere Po SAP EP content is available in WebSphere Portal without additional administration © 2010 IBM Corporation
    23. 23. iView Integration for WebSphere Portal iView within Portlet in WebSphere Portal single iView integration let you create pages with different layouts for SAP UIs as well as composites with different SAP and non SAP applications Single iView integration enables the creation of WebSphere Portal pages with different layouts for SAP UIs as well as composites with different SAP and non SAP applications © 2010 IBM Corporation
    24. 24. Leveraging Your SAP InvestmentIntegration of SAP and Navigation in WebSphere Portal 1. WebSphere Portal display of navigation from SAP Netweaver Portal for current user IBM WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Navigation Feed 1) Authenticated WS request Web Service Inject to navigation 2) Response with Navigation part Dynamic assembly 2. WebSphere Portal display of pages from SAP Netweaver Portal IBM WebSphere Portal 3) On SAP content SAP Netweaver Portal request 4) Integrate content via iFrame API SAP Netweaver Portal Pages © 2010 IBM Corporation
    25. 25. System Landscape Overview Clien tParticipants: IBM WebSphere Portal 7.0.0.1+ SAP NetWeaver Portal 7.3 + Client browser Optional: TFIMAll the servers need to be part of the same IBM Portal SSO domain as otherwise cookies will not be handled correctly by browsers. SAP WS-StackImportant is that clients use the full SSO domain IBM AS Login or Token NetWeaver when accessing the systems PortalClient need to have direct access to all involved servers. Of course a proxy can be used. Tivoli Federated Identity Manager (TFIM) SSO Domain e.g. ibm.com25 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    26. 26. SSO scenarios An SSO scenario between IBM Portal and SAP NetWeaver Portal needs to be established. We support two ways for that: BasicAuthnetication with CredVault or SAML with TFIM Credential Vault is the idea of storing user ids and passwords in the Portal database or custom credential providers/stores. Portal Administration is used for creating such slots. Using non-admin slots, means user ids and passwords are provided on a per user basis. These credentials will be used to answer BasicAuthentication challenges from the SAP system on behalf of the current user. The user credentials are used to authenticate the user with the SAP system and extract an SAP SSO token. TFIM provides more flexibility with federations and user mappings and does not require the user to provide specific credentials for the SAP system to WebSphere Portal. The SAML 2.0 protocol is used to authenticate the user with the SAP system and extract an SAP SSO token.26 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    27. 27. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary Q&A © 2010 IBM Corporation
    28. 28. IBM Web Experience Factory is a key tool to develop Exceptional Web Experiences28 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    29. 29. Rapidly Build Rich Web 2.0 Experiences29 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    30. 30. Extend Your Applications to Smart Interfaces 30 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    31. 31. Extend Your Applications to Smart Interfaces 31 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    32. 32. What is Web Experience Factory? A model based development tool making it easier and faster than traditional coding Includes 150+ pre-built builders. Examples include: Standard based Back-end connectors including Rest APIs, Web Services, Databases Proprietary back-end connectors to systems like SAP, Peoplesoft and Siebel Pre-built business logic builders for transformation and manipulation of content Pre-built Front-end builders for building sophisticated mult-channel applications like Ajax and Dojo Widgets Common user interface patterns for lists, tables, forms, etc. Dynamic profiling allowing you to write once deploy on many platforms with minimal effort Fast Simple development Write once deploy many32 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    33. 33. Enter... IBM Web Experience Factory: One tool – multiple platforms, multiple devices Mashups DesktopM Web Experience Factory Platforms Browsers WebSphere Portal Smartphones WebSphere Application Server TabletsONE efficient way to deploy to multiple platforms to be accessed by multiple devices 33 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    34. 34. Builder picker enhancements, to simplify and guide builder selections often hard for both novice and experienced Web Experience Factory developer to find the right builder.to find the right builder for the task at hand, making it much easier and faster to develop solutions. © 2010 IBM Corporation
    35. 35. Web Experience Factory SAP Connectors SAP Function Call – Call any remote- SAP BW Data Access – Access SAP enabled SAP RFC or BAPI BW via XMLA SAP View & Form - Rapidly create portlets that leverage any remote- enabled SAP function or BAPI SAP Help Values – Easily access help values used in SAP functions SAP Batch Input – Execute a batch input transaction SAP InfoType - Rapidly create portlets that leverage InfoTypes © 2010 IBM Corporation
    36. 36. SAP Integration with Web Experience Factory Web Experience SAP Servi ces SAP SAP BAPI/ Custo m Web SAP ERP/C RFC Experience JCo BAPI, RM Integration Models Model RF ABA Publ ic P C Model-driven accelerated Web Experience development SOA approach: separation of Web Experience and SAP Integration Service Multiple Web Experiences can leverage a single Integration Service Provides SAP service discovery and can map BAPI/RFC to web services Deep Integration with SAP (building custom SAP services) possible © 2010 IBM Corporation
    37. 37. SAP Integration with Web Experience Factory BAPI, Web Experience RF C SAP Web Servi Web ces SAP Custo Service m ERP/C Enterpri Servi Bus ces Experience se Integration SAP RM Models Model Web JCo ABA Service Publ ic P Other Clients Non SAP Apps Keep middleware related tasks in the ESB layer Define granular components on the ESB to abstract from the backend system Shield Portal from changes in SAP ERP (support packs, fixes, upgrades) Leverage the power of Portlet Factory to compose UI services in a flexible manner © 2010 IBM Corporation
    38. 38. Sample SAP Portlets Built with Portlet Factory Available on the IBM Business Employee Self-Service Manager Self-Service Solutions Catalog Time and Attendance Approve Working Time Work Schedule Approve Leave Request Record Working Time Team Viewer Leave Request Team Calendar Leave Balance Reminder of Dates Master Date Pay and Bank Absence Create Display Basic Pay Location Information Display Pay Slip Residence Status Bank Information New Hire Tax Withholdings (W4) Voluntary/involuntary separation Job transfers Personal Information Job information changes, Name Promotion/demotion, Telephone Premium pay increase Marital Status New Organization Unit Address Pay Change Family Information Emergency Contacts Previous Employer Communications Education Display Location Information Display Residence Status © 2010 IBM Corporation
    39. 39. New Simplified Access to SAP through Project Gateway Access to SAP through standard REST interfaces Announced at TechEd 2010 “The core idea of Gateway is to make life as easy as possible for developers and users. Many developers work with integrated development environments that are standard but not located within the SAP landscape. Creating apps in a familiar environment reduces time and keeps costs down. REST keeps developers at a distance from the complex processes in the back end. Knowledge of SAP or specifically of ABAP isn’t necessary.” - taken from Two-Minunte Apps, SAP.Info © 2010 IBM Corporation
    40. 40. SAP Integration with Web Experience Factory Web Experience SAP Servi SAP ces REST Gate Web Project ERP/C way Experience Integration RM Models Model REST Model-driven accelerated Web Experience development SOA approach: separation of Web Experience and REST Integration Service Simplified access to SAP data No knowledge of ABAP required © 2010 IBM Corporation
    41. 41. New wizards, to provide guidance for building more types of service provider models Development just got faster and easiernovice and experienced developers to start new projects, significantly reduce development time. © 2010 IBM Corporation
    42. 42. Rapidly Integrate SAP Services with WebSphere Portlet Factory Build Rich composites by integrating SAP content and services with other application “on Deliver Rich, Role Based, Composite Portal Applications the glass” REST services SAP Embed collaboration, facilitate people awareness Provide a seamless user experience by leveraging Single Sign On to transparently access disparate back-end systems Integrate data from multiple back-end systems by creating composite applications Empower business user led customization Web services Google Gadgets © 2010 IBM Corporation
    43. 43. Web Experience Factory profiling enables multi-channel renderingfrom single code base Single Application Renders in Smartphones or DesktopEnables rapid creation of a Smartphones single application capable of rendering in a desktop browser and smartphone Enables users to access applications via their preferred channel Enables the technology organization to utilize a single technology product for desktop and mobile and application creation Sales OrdersProvides ability to optimize Application user experience based on Model Desktop Browser target rendering environment from single code base © 2010 IBM Corporation
    44. 44. Web Experience Factory 7.0.1 mobile automation components Mobile List & Detail Service Consumer wizard for creating great-looking mobile and multi-channel applications in minutes. Data Layout builder for scrolling lists with configurable options such as thumbnail images and multi-line text with multiple styles Mobile Page Navigation builder for native-looking navigation tabs and lists Geolocation builder for access to device geolocation without coding Mobile UI themes for smartphone-optimized look and feel, including optional “slide in” effect Mobile Rich Data Definition library for automatic support for mobile UI controls such as selectable lists, numeric keypad input, phone numbers, etc. Mobile Device Type profile set for multi-channel support © 2010 IBM Corporation
    45. 45. Agenda Business Drivers WebSphere Portal SAP Integration Options Overview SAP Netweaver Portal 3’rd Party Portal Integration WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal Integration SAP Integration on the Service Level Summary Q&A © 2010 IBM Corporation
    46. 46. SAP Integration Summary User Interface Level Integration iFrames WSRP WAI New: IBM Portal Integrator for SAP – avail 3Q201 Services Level Integration WEF with SAP Connectors WEF with WS Connectors and ESB WEF with REST Connectors and new Project Gateway © 2010 IBM Corporation
    47. 47. IBM Portal: Integration Tools Overview Components can be built with a variety of tools and skills. Components can be built independently from assembly. composite applications Feeds/Atom Portlet Catalog Workplace Dashboard Framework 3270 and iSeries role- screens via HATS Gadgets and iWidgets based in context JSR 286 services WSRP v2.0 process Component built with driven 168 JSR Portlet Factory WSRP v1.0 E-form built with Forms DesignerNotes applications built SAP iViews Portlet component built WSRP Producer with Domino Designer SAP Portal Pages with Rational RAD/RSA © 2010 IBM Corporation
    48. 48. Summary Partners Customers Employees IBM WebSphere Portal SAP Netweaver Portal SAP Web Web Content Management Best of Breed Collaboration Service Bus DynPro Application Enterprise R/3 ERP BS BI R/3 ECC BW CRM … SAP Systems © 2010 IBM Corporation
    49. 49. For More Information WebSphere Portal – IBM Site http://www-3.ibm.com/software/genservers/portal/ WebSphere Portal Information Center http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/portal/proddoc.html WebSphere Portal Business Solutions Catalog (on Lotus Greenhouse) https://greenhouse.lotus.com/catalog/home_full.xsp?fProduct=WebSphere%20Portal WebSphere and Lotus Web Content Management Portal Open Beta https://www14.software.ibm.com/iwm/web/cc/earlyprograms/lotus/portalopenbeta/ WebSphere Portal Blog https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/WebSpherePortal/ SAP NetWeaver Portal and Collaboration http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/nw-portalandcollaboration49 © 2010 IBM Corporation
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