A portal is rarely a standalone solution, so what happens if you have to manage multiple portal solutions in global, distributed SAP system landscapes? There are many questions that arise, including: Which location is best suited to store the data? Where and how should users be managed? How can you ensure access control to different portal contents? How can the system’s multi-lingual capability be guaranteed?
All of these questions are answered in this SAP Press Essentials guide. This guide systematically introduces you to central topics concerning the structure and operation of a global SAP portal solution, which are described hands-on from a technical point of view with the help of a case study.
- Designing global portal systems
- User integration
- Access control
- Application integration
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Valentin Nicolescu studied Economics at the University of Hohenheim, Germany. Since 2003, he has been technical head of the SAP Hochschul Competence Center (SAP University Competence Center, SAP HCC) at the Technische Universität München. His responsibilities in this role include operating SAP training systems for third-level institutions throughout Germany, and providing SAP training to thirdlevel lecturers. His focus areas are the products in the SAP NetWeaver platform and teaching classic ERP with SAP R/3 and mySAP ERP. He is a certified SAP Technology and Development Consultant for SAP XI and a Technology Consultant for Web AS and Enterprise Portal.
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Book Description SAP PRESS, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1592292127
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