The topic for the presentation is “mySAP CRM Mobile Sales / Service Application Modeling using the Mobile Application Studio 5.0”. Click here to view the session details. Click here to know more about SAP TechEd, Bangalore.
SAP provides a number of solutions for Mobile Business. The solutions provided cover a wide range of scenarios, cater to the needs of a wide range of users and uses various technologies. This leads to a lot of confusion and when I say “Mobile Sales”, I am often asked which application I am referring to. The presentation gives a brief overview of the Mobile Applications provided by SAP and where SAP Mobile Applications for Laptops fits in the range of applications.
The Mobile Framework used in Mobile Applications for Laptop uses the three layer architecture. The presentation will go into the details of each of the three layers and have a look at the Development Objects present in each layer. You can also have a look at my Mobile Application Framework for Laptop Solutions on this topic.
The focus of the presentation will be on the customizing of the Development Objects present in these layers. Customizing will be required if a customer requires a functionality which is not supported in the standard application or if some enhancements are required in the existing functionality. Changes have to be done in the Development Objects and these changes which are done in the Development environment have to be transported to the Runtime environment. The presentation will tell you how it is done.
Any change which is done has to be transported to all the laptops and these laptops maybe physically located in various locations. It is necessary to have a mechanism to distribute the changes to all the laptops without physically having the laptops in the same location. We will deal with this interesting topic during our presentation.
Finally, in addition to the presentation we also plan to show a demo which will try to explain how a specific business requirement can be incorporated into our Mobile Application with minimum effort.