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Introduction

Though the Applet based UI for an xMII application is quite nice to look at it misses out on all the pizzaz and jazz that a Flex based UI can offer. Here is a very beginner level video blog which shows you exactly how one can consume xMII services in Adobe Flex to create enchanting UIs.

Link to Video

Consume SAP xMII 11.5 services in Adobe Flex 2.0

 

Conclusion

Have you used any alternative UI Technology with xMII ? If you have, what have you used and how have you done it ?

 

Acknowledgements 

Special thanks to Eddy de Clercq and Craig Cmehil for their support and suggestions.

 

Update

You can find the Code that I used for this Video in this Code Snippets Wiki Entry :  

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  1. Ed Herrmann
    This is great, Abesh.  Thanks a lot for taking your time to create this video with a step-by-step tutorial for integrating SAP with Flex.  Every serious developer should take the 22 minutes of their time and watch this and follow along with their own system if possible.

    Cheers,
    ewH

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo
      Abesh:

      I can’t watch the video here of the office…So as soon as I get home, gonna watch it -:D

      In a couple of days I’m going to publish my blog about Flex, PHP and SAP…Hope you like it -;)

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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  2. Bhanu Gupta
    Thanks Abesh. It was really good and very interesting. The way you explained each step of the project makes it a valuable resource!

    Regards,
    Bhanu

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    1. Abesh Bhattacharjee Post author
      Hi Bhanu,
      Thanks for the encouragement ๐Ÿ™‚ I just hope that our plea for a RIA Forum gets some momentum once people realise the power of Flex ๐Ÿ™‚
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