AD 405: Empower Your                  Social Business With                  SAP Processes                  Christian Holsi...
Content   Social Business and why it is important   SAP News   Overview of SAP Integration options   Integrating SAP S...
Social business makes business processes social in 4 waysReach people where                          Enable people tothey ...
IBM Connections is the center of the Social Business –connected to the other solutions                            IBM® Web...
SAP Key Focus areas   SAP® Hana®      ─ In memory database appliance      ─ New dimension of speed for BW queries and oth...
SAP Integration options with core ICS products                                        The ICS solution stack can          ...
SAP Connector update   For Notes Domino customers, the IBM® Lotus Connector for SAP Solutions® is a    great option to co...
SAP JCo - Overview   SAP® JCo® is a dedicated Java          Class Model (simplified)    Connector for SAP Solutions that ...
OData4J - overview   OData4J is a Java toolkit to easily     Class Model (simplified)    consume OData content   Big adv...
10   © 2013 IBM Corporation
11   © 2013 IBM Corporation
SAP NetWeaver Gateway licensing example   Netweaver Gateway introduces a new licensing model that consists of 2 component...
SAP is embracing OData as the Protocol for NetweaverGateway                 <atom:entry>                        <atom:cont...
A word on Authentication / Security   SAP Logons are usually done via user credentials (Username + Password)   SAP Syste...
IBM Connections capabilities are relevant for SAP processes                                Profiles                       ...
A Central Component of Social Apps is the Activity     Stream – which can contain SAP Events16    © 2013 IBM Corporation
SAP NetWeaver Gateway is an easy enabler for SAP Events inthe Activity Stream                                  Activity S...
Posting into the Activity Stream – JSON example{"generator": {    "image": { "url": "http://i2.ytimg.com/vi/Q5CU9cMvk7k/hq...
OpenSocial gadgets are used to render information within theactivity stream   OpenSocial Gadgets are the way to render In...
Cast Iron enables easy integration also for other products in theLotus Stack      Cast Iron is an integration Appliance t...
Servlet Code – SAP Jco (1)protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletExc...
Servlet Code – SAP Jco (2)    // we only focus on the returned flight tables    JCoTable flights = function.getTableParame...
Servlet Code - ODataprotected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException...
OpenSocial is the standard for the Embedded Experience      The easiest way to generate an OpenSocial Gadget is by using ...
Other interesting Connections based scenarios   Communities      ─ Integration of specific SAP Data into a community of i...
It starts with being able to leverage your SAP investment withWebSphere Portal                                            ...
SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationIntegrating SAP Portal content into a third party Portal, supports a...
Consuming SAP in Domino Applications   Customers run Domino and there is an ongoing desire to develop on top of    Domino...
Consume SAP in XPages through Java Beans                                                                                  ...
Agent example for direct consumption of SAP data (1)try {        Session session = getSession();        AgentContext agent...
Agent example for direct consumption of SAP data (2)for(OEntity so : c.getEntities("z_gwsflightCollection").execute()) {  ...
Apache OpenOffice can consume SAP Data Easily - Example   ApacheTM Open OfficeTM is broadly supported by IBM and other pl...
Material on SAP Integration:    Whitepaper (available currently on request, drop me a Note)       ─ XPages Whitepaper    ...
Questions?© 2013 IBM Corporation
Contact                            Christian Holsing                            IBM Collaboration Solutions – Business and...
Legal disclaimer     © IBM Corporation 2013. All Rights Reserved.       The information contained in this publication is p...
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  1. 1. AD 405: Empower Your Social Business With SAP Processes Christian Holsing Business and technical strategy team© 2013 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Content Social Business and why it is important SAP News Overview of SAP Integration options Integrating SAP Solutions into ─ IBM Connections ─ IBM WebSphere Portal ─ IBM Domino ─ Apache Open Office Material © 2013 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. Social business makes business processes social in 4 waysReach people where Enable people tothey live and work engage productively in a businessConnect through identities contexton consumer, b2b, andcorporate social networks Develop personal insights and social intelligenceCommunicate on theassociated channels Facilitate emergent processesMonitor and analyze Act on insight forsocial data to business advantagediscover newbusiness insights Integrate social capabilities into the enterprise in orderAnalyze identities, social to act on new opportunities,graphs, communications make better decisions,channels, and social optimize processes in realcontent time, and govern and manage riskIdentify opportunities,problems, solutions,valuations, etc © 2013 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. IBM Connections is the center of the Social Business –connected to the other solutions IBM® WebSphere Portal® IBM® Notes® & IBM® Domino® 3rd Party IBM® Tools Connections® 4 IBM® Sametime® © 2013 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. SAP Key Focus areas SAP® Hana® ─ In memory database appliance ─ New dimension of speed for BW queries and other large database analysis Cloud delivery ─ SAP is working on cloud delivery models ─ SAP® Business by Design® still sees slow uptake, SAP® Streamworks® is a cloud offering for collaborative decision making, SuccessFactors® a recent acquisition SAP made Mobilizing SAP processes ─ Following megatrend on Application support on mobile devices ─ SAP acquired Sybase® a few years back to strengthen mobility aspects ─ One key component of the mobile strategy / extended reach of SAP data is SAP® Netweaver Gateway® which exposes SAP data as an easy to consume and standards based Feed Stream based on OData – ─ Social is an element of this play, e.g. SAP provides a “Social CRM” Application for tablets © 2013 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. SAP Integration options with core ICS products The ICS solution stack can integrate with SAP Solutions through various ways, based on the technology chosen: ● All platforms can integrate through JavaTM technologies, Web Services or OData ● IBM Domino also has a dedicated Connector available for integration ● Any of these options provides secure authentication to the SAP System, based on available authentication protocols © 2013 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. SAP Connector update For Notes Domino customers, the IBM® Lotus Connector for SAP Solutions® is a great option to connect to classic SAP Interfaces (RFC / BAPI® Layer) The connector can be leveraged in various flavors: ─ With IBM® Lotus Enterprise Integrator® ─ With IBM® Domino Enterprise Connection Service® (DECS) ─ Within IBM® Lotus Script® Agents Because the connector is a chargeable product, it comes with full IBM Support which ensures: ─ You can open PMRs against IBM on issues ─ There is dedicated support available, beyond newsgroups and websites ─ IBM is working on supporting changes on the SAP side ─ Current for new versions of Notes and Domino © 2013 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. SAP JCo - Overview SAP® JCo® is a dedicated Java Class Model (simplified) Connector for SAP Solutions that connects using the RFC / BAPI JCoDestinationManager Interfaces Requires a deep understanding of the SAP function and knowledge on JCoDestination specific SAP parameters Most direct layer to interface JCoFunction Uses same libraries on OS as SAP GUI JCoTable © 2013 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. OData4J - overview OData4J is a Java toolkit to easily Class Model (simplified) consume OData content Big advantage is the toolkit does not ODataConsumer behavior rely on pre-compiled proxy classes but rather interprets the stream on the fly Provides easy handling of the OEntities responses, as well as properties within the data Stream Write operations are also very easy OEntity Requires SAP Netweaver Gateway to be installed © 2013 IBM Corporation
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  12. 12. SAP NetWeaver Gateway licensing example Netweaver Gateway introduces a new licensing model that consists of 2 components: ─ CAL ─ Transaction based Fee (per 75000 calls) SAP has various levels of CALs available, Gateway introduces a new back-end CAL for access only through Gateway, excluding SAP UIs ─ Removes commercial boundary IBM saw w/ Alloy and Portal Deals where a limited professional User was needed for Workflow approvals ─ Gartner Report on indirect Access Fee Sample calculation (Workflow approvals) for 1,000 user and 10,000 workflows per year ─ Regular usage – 2500€ per User x 1000 User = 2,500,000 € ─ Gateway access – 500€ per User x 1000 User = 500,000 € – 500€ per GW package x 44 = 22,000 € 16 call / day * 200 days * 1000 User = 3,200,000 522,000 € 10000 Approvals x 5 calls = 50,000 Overall 3,250,000 Cals => 44 packages Note: Prices are assumptions only, real license fee are subject to SAPs commercial offers © 2013 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. SAP is embracing OData as the Protocol for NetweaverGateway <atom:entry> <atom:content type="application/xml"> <m:properties> <d:value>000000899757</d:value> OData is a protocol extending <d:scheme_id>IWF_USER_DECISION_TASK_GW</d:scheme_id> <d:scheme_agency_id>ECC6</d:scheme_agency_id> AtomPub Standard <d:status_txt>Ready</d:status_txt> <d:type>W</d:type> Literally data is made available as a <d:note_count m:Type="Edm.Int16">0</d:note_count> <d:created_at m:Type="Edm.DateTime">2011-09-15T00:00:00</d:created_at> feed <d:gui_link/> <d:priority>5</d:priority> Every base service has a metadata <d:start_dl m:Type="Edm.DateTime">0000-00-00T00:00:00</d:start_dl> <d:act_dec/> object (/$metadata) <d:reassign_by/> <d:actual_owner/> Base URL points to additional data <d:reassign_to/> feeds (nested feeds) <d:language>E</d:language> <d:subject>Please approve/reject Purchase Order 4500017247</d:subject> <d:task_name>WS99900236_0000000004</d:task_name> <d:act_dec_agent/> <d:created_by>SUPER</d:created_by> Data is pretty self explaining, SAP has <d:status>READY</d:status> <d:end_dl m:Type="Edm.DateTime">0000-00-00T00:00:00</d:end_dl> added minor extensions to OData <d:reserved_by/> standard to reflect specific </m:properties> </atom:content> requirements <atom:id>http://gateway.isicc.de.ibm.com:8000/sap/opu/sdata/sap/WFDECISIONTASKPROCESS ING/WorkflowTaskCollection(value=000000899757,scheme_id=IWF_USER_DECISION_TASK_ GW,scheme_agency_id=ECC6)</atom:id> <atom:link href="WorkflowTaskCollection(value=000000899757,scheme_id=IWF_USER_DECISION_TASK Common OData toolkits handle SAP _GW,scheme_agency_id=ECC6)" rel="self" type="application/atom+xml;type=entry"/> extensions without problems <atom:link href="SubscriptionCollection" rel="http://www.sap.com/Protocols/SAPData/rel#subscribe"/> <atom:link href="WorkflowTask_ApplyRelease? Gateway SP4 and above support value=000000899757&scheme_id=IWF_USER_DECISION_TASK_GW&scheme_agency_id=EC JSon! C6" rel="http://www.sap.com/Protocols/SAPData/rel#action" sap:semantics="action"/> <atom:link href="WorkflowTask_ApplyReserve? value=000000899757&scheme_id=IWF_USER_DECISION_TASK_GW&scheme_agency_id=EC C6" rel="http://www.sap.com/Protocols/SAPData/rel#action" sap:semantics="action"> © 2013 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. A word on Authentication / Security SAP Logons are usually done via user credentials (Username + Password) SAP Systems provide support for Single Sign On ─ SAP has an own security token called SSO2 token ─ Token is handled as Cookie and sent via http header to server To request SSO2 token without logging in via UserName + Password, a set of options exist ─ Support for other tickets, e.g. Kerberos ─ Support of SAML (2.0 in newer SAP Netweaver Releases) ─ Support for SSO Tools like IBM Tivoli Access Manager Any integration needs to solve the authentication problem ─ For simple integrations, Username + password are sufficient SAP provide a technical user for simple- not user dependant – operations – ─ More complicated operations mostly rely on token – especially to remove the need to sign into SAP after signing into an application before © 2013 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. IBM Connections capabilities are relevant for SAP processes Profiles Blogs* Find the people you need Present your own ideas, hints & tips Wikis* Share Best Practices and Micro-blogging edit Web Content Reach out for help or share news with your social network Forums Exchange ideas with, and benefit from the expertise of others IBM Communities Activities* Connections Work with people who share Organize your work and tap your common roles and expertise professional network Mobile Bookmarks* iOS, Android, RIM Tell others what you consider important Home Ideas See whats happening Share and vote on Ideas across your social network Media Library Work with Pictures and Videos Files* Social Analytics Post, share, and discover Discover who and what you documents, don’t know via presentations, images, and more recommendations Connect Content Management Manage most important documents (IBM Filenet, IBM CM8, MS SharePoint ) © 2013 IBM Corporation * use inside Communities, but also individually
  16. 16. A Central Component of Social Apps is the Activity Stream – which can contain SAP Events16 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. SAP NetWeaver Gateway is an easy enabler for SAP Events inthe Activity Stream  Activity Streams provide a simple API that can be used for external systems to create events and assign them to a user / group  The aggregation of the events happen on the IBM Connections server  Users see the high-level details of the event, and can drill into the event through an embedded experience (OpenSocial Gadget) ─ Gadget can come from various sources ─ Can be reused e.g. within mail © 2013 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. Posting into the Activity Stream – JSON example{"generator": { "image": { "url": "http://i2.ytimg.com/vi/Q5CU9cMvk7k/hqdefault.jpg"}, "id": "ytapp", "displayName": "YouTube Application", Fallback element "url": "http://www.youtube.com/" }, "actor": { "id": "@me" }, "verb": "post", "title": "Video has been posted and is live !", "content": " You have created a new YouTube video.", "updated": "2012-05-08T12:00:00.000Z", "object": { Activity Stream Content "summary": "Video posted to YouTube", "objectType": "note", "id": "yt12", "displayName": "YouTube Video", "url": "http://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/dw/lotus/ee/video.xml", }, "openSocial":{ Embedded Experience "embed": { "gadget": "http://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/dw/lotus/ee/video.xml", Reference "context": "Q5CU9cMvk7k" } } } © 2013 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. OpenSocial gadgets are used to render information within theactivity stream OpenSocial Gadgets are the way to render Information in the activity stream OpenSocial Gadgets provide basically 2 ways to create a gadget ─ Write a gadget against an OpenSocial API ─ Use a Gadget to point to a Web page (wrapper) Experience so far shows that pointing to a html page is the easiest way to create a SAP experience, although it can probably also be done with the OpenSocial API Now – the question is: How can the website be created? ─ Any existing html page ─ A servlet that responds with html ─ CastIron as integration appliance ─ Web Experience Factory created Application To make use of SAP data ─ Connect directly to it and read the data (JCo & OData) ─ Convert OData Stream via XSLT transformation into HTML © 2013 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. Cast Iron enables easy integration also for other products in theLotus Stack  Cast Iron is an integration Appliance that allows integration orchestrations based on assembling connectors and translation components  To integrate Gateway with connections, only http connectors are required © 2013 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. Servlet Code – SAP Jco (1)protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { // TODO Auto-generated method stub PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); response.setCharacterEncoding("text/html"); out.println("<html><body>"); out.println("<h1> SAP FLight Data</h1>"); // Connect to SAP try { JCoDestination destination = JCoDestinationManager.getDestination(ABAP_AS); // trigger RFC JCoFunction function = destination.getRepository().getFunction("BAPI_FLIGHT_GETLIST"); function.getImportParameterList().setValue("AIRLINE", "LH"); // call the function function.execute(destination); © 2013 IBM Corporation
  22. 22. Servlet Code – SAP Jco (2) // we only focus on the returned flight tables JCoTable flights = function.getTableParameterList().getTable("FLIGHT_LIST"); System.out.println (function.toString()); System.out.println("number of results : " + flights.getNumRows()); for (int i = 0; i < flights.getNumRows(); i++) { flights.setRow(i); System.out.println(flights.getString("AIRLINE") + t + flights.getString("CONNECTID")); out.println(flights.getString("AIRLINE") + t + flights.getString("CONNECTID") + "</br>"); } out.println ("</body></html>"); } catch (JCoException e) { out.println(e.toString()); }} © 2013 IBM Corporation
  23. 23. Servlet Code - ODataprotected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { // TODO Auto-generated method stub PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); response.setCharacterEncoding("text/html"); out.println("<html><body>"); out.println("<h1> SAP FLight OData</h1>"); try { ODataConsumer c = ODataConsumer.create("http://9.153.165.205:8000/sap/opu/sdata/sap/Z_GWFLIGHT/",new BasicAuthenticationBehavior("user","pwd")); System.out.println("Connected"); for(OEntity so : c.getEntities("z_gwsflightCollection").execute()) { out.println(so.getProperty("value").getValue() + " " + so.getProperty("airline").getValue() +"</br>"); } } catch (Exception e){ System.out.println (e.toString()); out.println(e.toString()); } } © 2013 IBM Corporation
  24. 24. OpenSocial is the standard for the Embedded Experience  The easiest way to generate an OpenSocial Gadget is by using the OSDE (http://code.google.com/p/opensocial-development-environment/) to generate the gadget and test it  Since OpenSocial 0.9, the easiest way to build a gadget is to point to an URL © 2013 IBM Corporation
  25. 25. Other interesting Connections based scenarios Communities ─ Integration of specific SAP Data into a community of interest: ─ Examples: Sales Data on a Client, CRM statistics in Marketing community Automatic upload of Files to be share w/ Clients ─ SAP produces a variety of documents – they can be shared w/ Clients via Files Service ─ Example: Sharing of order confirmations out of SAP into Connections Smart Cloud for Social Business ─ Cloud based collaboration services, ability to integrate and share more externally ─ Example: sharing of Invoices, Part Lists, aso © 2013 IBM Corporation
  26. 26. 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 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  27. 27. SAP Netweaver Portal Services Based Portal IntegrationIntegrating SAP Portal content into a third party Portal, supports all the SAP Portal functionality (Object BasedNavigation, Branding, Session Managements, etc.) required for end users to run SAP Business Applications in asecured, harmonized, scalable way. Blue Home Company 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 EMEA Americas Session Management © 2013 IBM Corporation
  28. 28. Consuming SAP in Domino Applications Customers run Domino and there is an ongoing desire to develop on top of Domino as a proven Rapid Application Development environment, either in the classic way or through XPages. Where the Lotus Connector for SAP is still an available and valid option, the new technologies can also be leveraged inside Domino Applications ─ The newer SAP Interfaces (SOAP + OData) can easily be consumed inside a Domino Application ─ Easiest way to consume SAP is via Java code, either in – Agents (for simple read write operations) in classical Domino Applications – Java Beans for XPages Applications SAP usually requires Authentication to access the system ─ Plugins in SAP Netweaver are available to handle LTPA token ─ SSO tools like IBM® Tivoli Access Manager® can be used ─ Authentication via SAML ─ Basic authentication (username / password) Decision on the right technology is mostly driven through the need of the specific application and the available skills, as well as the budget © 2013 IBM Corporation
  29. 29. Consume SAP in XPages through Java Beans  SAP Connector code ...  Gateway consumption public class FlightList {package com.ibm.chi; private ArrayList<Flight> fl = null; public ArrayList<Flight> getFlights() throws JCoExceptionimport org.OData4j.consumer.ODataConsumer; {import org.OData4j.consumer.behaviors.BasicAuthenticationBehavior; ......import org.OData4j.core.OEntity; JCoFunction function = destination.getRepository().getFunction("BAPI_FLIGHT_GETLIST");import java.util.ArrayList; function.getImportParameterList().setValue("AIRLINE", "LH");public class GWFlightList { if(function == null) private ArrayList<OEntity> FlightList = null; throw new RuntimeException("BAPI not found in SAP."); try public ArrayList<OEntity> getFlights() { { function.execute(destination); ODataConsumer c = }ODataConsumer.create("http://9.153.165.205:8000/sap/opu/sdata/sap/Z_GWFLIG catch(AbapException e)HT/",new BasicAuthenticationBehavior("user","password")); { return null; this.FlightList = new ArrayList<OEntity>(); } this.fl = new ArrayList<Flight>(); for(OEntity flight : c.getEntities("z_gwsflightCollection").execute()){ JCoTable flights=function.getTableParameterList().getTable("FLIGHT_LIST"); for (int i = 0; i < flights.getNumRows(); i++) this.FlightList.add(flight); { } flights.setRow(i); return this.FlightList; } Flight fli = new Flight (); fli.setAirline(flights.getString("AIRLINE")); fli.setConnectid(flights.getString("CONNECTID"));} fli.setFlightdate(flights.getString("FLIGHTDATE")); fli.setCityfrom(flights.getString("CITYFROM")); fli.setCityto(flights.getString("CITYTO")); fli.setDepttime(flights.getString("DEPTIME")); fli.setPrice(flights.getString("PRICE")); fli.setCurr(flights.getString("CURR")); this.fl.add(fli); } return fl; © 2013 IBM Corporation } }
  30. 30. Agent example for direct consumption of SAP data (1)try { Session session = getSession(); AgentContext agentContext = session.getAgentContext(); // (Your code goes here) Database db = agentContext.getCurrentDatabase(); Document doc = db.createDocument(); System.out.println("trying to connect"); // Call OData provider ODataConsumer c = ODataConsumer.create("http://9.153.165.205:8000/sap/opu/sdata/sap/Z_GWFLIGHT/",new BasicAuthenticationBehavior("user","password")); System.out.println("Connected"); © 2013 IBM Corporation
  31. 31. Agent example for direct consumption of SAP data (2)for(OEntity so : c.getEntities("z_gwsflightCollection").execute()) { doc.replaceItemValue("value", so.getProperty("value").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("arrdate", so.getProperty("arrdate").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("cityto", so.getProperty("cityto").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("curr", so.getProperty("curr").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("arrtime", so.getProperty("arrtime").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("price", so.getProperty("price").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("curr_iso", so.getProperty("curr_iso").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("deptime", so.getProperty("deptime").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("cityfrom", so.getProperty("cityfrom").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("airline", so.getProperty("airline").getValue()); doc.replaceItemValue("airportto", so.getProperty("airportto").getValue()); doc.save(); doc = db.createDocument(); } } catch(Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } © 2013 IBM Corporation
  32. 32. Apache OpenOffice can consume SAP Data Easily - Example ApacheTM Open OfficeTM is broadly supported by IBM and other players in the market as an alternative to Microsoft Office IBM and SAP have worked together to develop a prototype for integration ─ Consumption of SAP data through Spreadsheet editor ─ Updates via Spreadsheet, not SAP GUI ─ Automatic upload back into SAP ERP System This closes a big gap for companies that would want to migrate to an OpenOffice solution, but do not have an answer for integrating w/ SAP ─ Big problem is the finance / Controlling department IBM and SAP are looking for Clients that are looking for this integration. ─ Pls contact us if you are interested! © 2013 IBM Corporation
  33. 33. Material on SAP Integration:  Whitepaper (available currently on request, drop me a Note) ─ XPages Whitepaper ─ CastIron Whitepaper (servlet code to be added soon)  Links ─ Lotus Connector for SAP Solutions http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/products/connectorsap/ SAP Netweaver Gateway Developer center http://scn.sap.com/community/developer-center/netweaver-gateway ─ SAP ABAP Connectivity (JCo and Webservices) http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ABAPConn/ABAP+Connectivity+Home  Slidedecks ─ Current decks are posted to Slideshare www.slideshare.net/cholsing33 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  34. 34. Questions?© 2013 IBM Corporation
  35. 35. Contact Christian Holsing IBM Collaboration Solutions – Business and Technical Strategy Team IBM SAP International Competence Center Altrottstrasse 31 69190 Walldorf - Germany - Phone: +49-7034-64-31021 | WalldorfOffice: +49 6227 73 1234 | Mobile: +49 160 96 93 69 01 Email: holsing@de.ibm.com © 2013 IBM Corporation
  36. 36. Legal disclaimer © IBM Corporation 2013. All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this publication is provided for informational purposes only. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this publication, it is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In addition, this information is based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this publication or any other materials. Nothing contained in this publication is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in this presentation may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. IBM, the IBM logo, Lotus, Lotus Notes, Notes, Domino, Quickr, Sametime, WebSphere, UC2, PartnerWorld and Lotusphere are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Unyte is a trademark of WebDialogs, Inc., in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both. SAP, SAP Business Suite, SAP NetWeaver Portal and SAP NetWeaver Gateway are the trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. Apache OpenOffice, OpenOffice and Apache are either registered trademarks or trademarks of the Apache Software Foundation in the United States and/or other countries, and are used with permission. The Apache Software Foundation has no affiliation with and does not endorse, or review the materials provided at this event, which is managed by IBM.36 © 2013 IBM Corporation

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