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  • 1. SAP – WEB Integrations Ahmed Rami Elsherif elsherifr@hotmail.com
  • 2. Introduction • One of the important challenges in a SAP implementation is its integration with other systems in the enterprise; another one is WEB enabling some of its functionalities. • SAP provides a basic infrastructure for integrations that is secure, efficient and transparent.
  • 3. SAP Integration Technology Used in the presented solutions (BAPI,RFC)
  • 4. General Design WEB Navigator SAP R/3 SSL Certification Server TCP/IP Interface Server SSL WEB Server SCRIPT RFC y BAPI
  • 5. Advantages  Data is created in real-time in SAP.  User friendly screens without extraneous fields.  Minimal training time.  Knowledge of how to navigate in SAP is not required.
  • 6. Examples • Import/Export Data: In this application We read data from different modules of SAP, Save it in a local database, generate data equivalences and export it to other systems in a pre defined format. • Monetary Adjustment: Reads balance sheet data from SAP, calculates the monetary adjustment based on rules introduced in the application, and writes back the GL entry to SAP via BAPI call. • Purchase Order for Transport Service: Reads transport operations registered in SAP (IS-OIL), aggregates contract conditions, generates the conciliation sheet, generates the SAP PO of the service, and liberates it.
  • 7. Data Export From SAP Import Data SAP Generate Text files to be consumed by other systems Relate data to Access Tables Repeat the same process from different SAP Modules
  • 8. Monetary Adjustment Read SAP Balance Calculate Adjustment for Inflation Generate GL Entry in SAP SAP GL Entry created in real time
  • 9. Transport Service PO SAP Purchase Relate Data Order to created in real time Contract Condition Read Transport Operations SAP IS OIL Generate PO VIA BAPI Call
  • 10. Conclusion • Although SAP is intended to cover all activities in the enterprise other auxiliary or activity specific systems will exist and for that integration with SAP is essential. • ABAP is the official programming language of SAP, but every thing that can be done in ABAP also can be done in other programming languages using RFC and BAPIs.