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Promoting “SAP Netweaver and related technologies” Open Projects, I present a few ideas collected this year:  – Web Dynpro to Flash RenderIt is possible to have a web dynpro (java or abap) project, import it at visual composer and make some flash render ? I mind, i developed my project in web dynpro and now i want the flash experience. Open Innovation Call: web dynpro to flash render,   Open Innovation Call: web dynpro to flash render,   Open Innovation Call: web dynpro to flash renderUniversal Socket XI AdapterHttp is great,but it is not enough, we need another tcp/ip point of view, there are a lot of devices ( robots, industrial machines, can i put XI there ? ) i need to implement specific protocols over tcp/ip and i want to use BPM and sockets to do it.Open Innovation Call: Universal Socket XI Adapter  – “JAbap” I know JRuby…is there something like a abap interpreter written in java? ..java and abap using the same virtual machine….Open Innovation Call: abap interpreter written in java,   Open Innovation Call: abap interpreter written in javaCommunity Brainstorming at Wiki.  Feel free to use the post capacities to send your comments or a new project initiative…participation is the value… like developer, engineer, somebody having something to say or just to give your opinion,  Best, Ignacio.
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  1. Mario Herger
    Hi Ignacio,

    I like your idea,in fact you beat us. We were already thinking of that and using the WIKI as an assembly point for those SDN/BPXers who want to collaborate in open innovation projects. First we wanted to test that SAP internally by supporting grassroots innovations there and then move it to the SDN/BPX.

    Now we need to push it forward. Let’s discuss, I could create an Open Innovations space in the WIKI.

    Mario

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    1. Ignacio Hernández Post author
      Mario,
      I was thinking, and I found some topics to work together:
      License: I was working in some open source projects, using GPL license, are you thinking in a SDN (or SAP “sponsored” open projects licence) ?
      Projects Status: the projects can be in a differents status, i think in an open initial register for projects and maybe later your team or something like a more official team making an evaluation and giving to the project the new status (initial to alpha, to beta…to “SAP selected project…”)
      Code Repository: I am using SourceForge to my projects, you tell me, maybe we can use SDN to do this.
      I open a Open Innovation Call to follow this discussion.

      Best,
      Ignacio.

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        1. Ignacio Hernández Post author
          Sure Puru!
          Using C++ and libRFC you could write commands you want. To have a SAPGUI interaction you should check things like this: sapshcut and SAP GUI Scripting API.
          Best,
          Ignacio.
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    1. Ignacio Hernández Post author
      Alvaro, you are driving an excellent project, congratulations!
      With your permission we can add the reference to your project in this Open Projects Directory.
      You have some idea to get a place to share code ?
      Best,
      Ignacio.
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      1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo
        Ignacio, thanks but it’s not my project -;) It’s a community project…So of course you can add it to the Open Projects Directory -:D It would be great!

        Actually…we haven’t decided yet…I was thinking of GoogleCode or SourceForge, but I need more options and recommendations -:)

        Greetings,

        Blag.

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        1. Ignacio Hernández Post author
          Both are good. In fact, I use both. GoogleCode have a really cool interface and you can get access using your gmail account.  SourceForge has a great developer community.
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          1. Community User
            The same just moved now to the Wiki for further additions by the community – for now you can take it the same as what Mario was talking about but consider this only a short small step leading to the larger step (what Mario was saying)
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