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As you may know, SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe (formerly (!) known as Interactive Forms based on Adobe software) has its own homepage on SDN: http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/interactiveforms Over the last little while, the SDN team has worked hard to redesign this page and bring it into line with the other homepages in SDN. The result of all the sweat and tears is now live (Thanks a lot, Brian!).  With SAP NetWeaver 2004s, Interactive Forms is integrated into no less than 6 SAP development and runtime environments, from Web Dynpro (for both Java and ABAP), through Guided Procedures, to ABAP and BI (for non-interactive/printing purposes) – not to forget the Internet Service Request framework in mySAP ERP.  In redesigning the homepage, we want to provide a more topic-oriented access to relevant information for both beginners and more experienced developers. Apart from a General Concepts overview page, we have – for starters – categorized the available materials along the two stacks of the Application Server, Java and ABAP. (In due course, i.e. as material becomes available (created by SAP or YOU!), we are planning to specify more categories for even easier access.)  To ensure that you will also find relevant information on related topics, we provide links to the documentation of those SAP NetWeaver IT scenarios that officially include Interactive Forms, and the Interactive-Forms-related Javadocs.  Links to FAQs, the dedicated Interactive Forms forum, as well as to a variety of How-to Guides round off the picture. (A dedicated e-learning page with demos etc. is still in the making.)  Have a look at the new pages and let us know what else you’d like to see here.  Kind regards, Markus
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