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Whenever you decide to create your own composite applications using the capabilities of the Guided Procedures Framework, you may want to consult with the available reference documentation. It shows you how to develop, configure and adapt composites easily, depending on your particular role and interests:
1. If you are an administrator and you need to configure your system, check CAF-GP: Configuration Guide in the Technology Consultant’s Guide. To find out how you operate a running system, check the following documentation:     – Creating Composite Applications in the Technical Operations Manual     – CAF-GP: Administration Guide 2. If you are a developer, your ultimate information source is Developing Composite Applications with CAF GP in the NDG. If you prefer, you can access the developers guide on the SDN (http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/devguide2004s -> Fundamentals -> Creating Composite Applications -> Complete CAF documentation for developers online -> Developing Composite Applications with CAF GP), where you can also find an extensive list of samples and how-to documents in the CAF Tutorial Center.
3. If you are interested in all different aspects of the GP process layer in detail, the easiest way to find the relevant information is by accessing the full set of GP-related documentation in CAF Guided Procedures. The complete set of CAF documentation includes:         – CAF Guided Procedures at Runtime         – CAF-GP: Administration Guide         – CAF-GP: Business Expert Guide         – Developing Composite Applications with CAF GP
4. If you need information about what’s new in each SPS, have a look at Release Notes by IT Scenarios -> Developing, Configuring, and Adapting Applications.
5. Documentation updates are available with every SPS. For up-to-date information and relevant changes, make sure you check your documentation sources regularly.
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