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SBO FAQ

It’s a while since I start to use the SDN to get information about SBO. In the beginning, most of the answers were explanations or code snippets. This has changed nowadays. Lots of answers are links to other posts where the problem is solved. Information is here at SDN, but is not easy to get it. Reasons are a lot: People don’t use same terminology to name something (UDF, User field, User defined field…), searches are not easy (+ hint was great), and users (me included) are lazy too… So I consider interesting having some kind of FAQ, organized in areas and versions that points to related topics. This would be easy to maintain if we all contribute to do it. Feel free to comment any addition, or change you would do.

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  1. Adele le Roux
    Hi Ibai,

    This is indeed a brilliant idea! I will see what I can find and add it to your list of FAQ questions.

    Thanks for your contributions and good work on this forum!!!

    Adele

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    1. Ibai Peña Post author
      Thanks Adele for your help.

      Mantaining this would be hard for a single person, but doing it by the SDN people would be much more easier and better.

      Ibai Peña

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      1. Marilyn Pratt
        And real collaboration is the key.
        Thanks Ibai and Adele for stepping up to the plate.  The SDN/BPX team is looking to support new ways of making collaboration easier.
        We will be working with FAQs in wiki format (at least in pilot mode) in the near future.
        More to come…..
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  2. Kaustav Mondal
    Hi Ibai,
    Thanks a lot for your contribution.
    We are new in B1, we need the UI part as web based. there are some solution i find in forums which suggest to use “citryx” or other similar kind of product, and host windows based UI on those server. But we need the actual web base UI using asp.net.
    Could you please suggest something?

    kaustav.

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    1. Anonymous
      check out sap business one web based crm (formerly netpoint) it may be a solution for a lot of what you are trying to do.
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