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Blogs posted September 2003

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  • Author's profile photo Former Member
    Former Member posted on September 15, 2003
    This article gives an overview about SAP’s first Grid enabled application, the Internet Pricing Configurator (IPC). This is the first business application to have been enabled according to the OGSA standard. The IPC calulates the price of... Read More »
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    Former Member posted on September 15, 2003
    I just came back this week from a customer who is in the ramp-up phase of SAP Web AS 6.30 which means basically he is a beta tester. I went there with some mixed emotions. The software is in beta stage and if I was unlucky we would just run into... Read More »
  • Author's profile photo Dushyant Shetty
    Dushyant Shetty posted on September 30, 2003
    If you’re wondering why the topic sounds so out of place, don’t… because I assure you, the meaning will unfold in politically correct ways in the course of this post. Today, with this weblog, I take a very excited first step into... Read More »
  • Author's profile photo Former Member
    Former Member posted on September 11, 2003
    Mark Laughing all the way to the bank not too long ago that SAP experience, particularly programming, was still highly valued even in this job market. Now I know SAP skills are valuable but $840,000? Obviously whoever that was wears a suit and... Read More »
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    Former Member posted on September 10, 2003
    The Accelerating Change conference is coming up this weekend. Mark has given a Technological Acceleration – A Hidden Law of Nature? about the conference before so I’ll dispense with that. As part of the conference participants have been... Read More »
  • Author's profile photo Former Member
    Former Member posted on September 9, 2003
    The first day of TechEd 2003 in Las Vegas has come and gone. As I had the luxury of taking in the first day without any other responsibilities, I wanted to share with you some of my impressions.The day started off with two great keynotes. The first... Read More »
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    Former Member posted on September 9, 2003
    Unfortunately I’m not at TechEd this year, but if you are you get to see something pretty cool. All of the attendee badges have an RFID tag embedded in them. As you can see from this article we did take care to make it noticeable so that you... Read More »
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    Former Member posted on September 8, 2003
    First of all, I would like to welcome anyone taking the time to read this as this is my first web-log. I hope you not only find this mildly interesting but I also would like to encourage comments whenever possible. With regards to application... Read More »
  • Author's profile photo DJ Adams
    DJ Adams posted on September 8, 2003
    How do your users work with SAP data? Exclusively through SAPGUI or with other desktop apps too? If it’s the latter, read on. Dashboard is an intriguing project headed up by Nat Friedman. The    concept is of a sidebar style window pane... Read More »
  • Author's profile photo Mark Finnern
    Mark Finnern posted on September 5, 2003
    There is old cool and there is new cool. In the early 80s my brother had the coolest calculator, the HP 41cx. Clearly old cool. My middle school class was the last one to have learned how to calculate on a slide rule. I still can compute basic... Read More »