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Building Composite Applications with Visual Composer – General Overview

In my coming series of articles I want to share with you from our experience of working with Visual Composer to create and simplify our SAP processes.

Our organization has a wide implementation of SAP products. These implementations cover most of our IT needs and relate to different areas such as logistics, accounting, human resources, document management and so on.

The first article provides the general overview of our Visual Composer solution. In this article I wanted to give you a general explanation about our Visual Composer solution without any technical information.

The second article discusses one of the specifications of our Visual Composer solution – building process-oriented application with Visual Composer.

In my next blogs and articles I will discuss other specifications raised in the first article in detail, what our solutions were and much more…

We will appreciate to get your comments and suggestions about the topics that are the most interesting for you and you want to see them in the next blogs.

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      Author's profile photo Edwin Melendez
      Edwin Melendez
      Thanks for sharing your VC experience with the community.

      The only thing I would do to enhance the document is the language in the screenshots so that it's clearer for the rest of us.


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      Former Member
        Nice to see a good start for a blog on VC and xApps. Unfortunately the link that you have given for the first article :
      doesn't work. Can you please check this. Waiting for more on VC and xApp blogs from you.


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      Hello Surya,

      I checked the link and it works. Also you can see that the previous comment is talking about the screenshots from the linked article. It means that its author succeeded to open it.

      Anyway, the article is published in the Visual Composer SDN section, so you can open it from there.

      Please tell me if you still have any problems.