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Intro to Mike’s Netweaver Mobile 7.1 Blog

Here at Agrium, we have recently completed a mobile application that is in use at our production facilities. During the course of creating this application, many technical hurdles were overcome.


In the following series of blogs, I will be discussing some SAP Netweaver Mobile 7.1 topics. I will begin with handheld connectivity and, over time, describe many of the advanced features of the mobile infrastructure. I will also include some of the pitfalls and tough practical choices that we’ve encountered.


Before reading these topics, I would recommend that you first be familiar with SAP Mobile 7.1 and read the following:

First steps with NW Mobile 7.1 Trial Version
First steps with NW Mobile 7.1 Trial Version
SAP Handheld Developer Guide


Topics to be discussed include:


Java Handheld Client 

Ethernet Connectivity with a Physical Handheld – Setting up a windows mobile handheld to use either an ethernet docking station or a USB docking station

Mobile 7.1 Application Deployment – How to deploy the application to a handheld, both when testing in development and in production scenarios 

Mass Device Setup – Leverage SAP’s Software Package Administration to hasten rollout of new devices 

Mobile 7.1: Non PIOS Integration (Scanner) with Motorola MC9090 – How to leverage non SAP features available on the handheld

Client Componentization with a Database and Queries – Practical considerations when creating service components, with example queries and aggregation

Mobile 7.1: Intro to Custom eSWT Controls– Embed custom controls to incorporate features not available in SAP’s standard widget library, includes data binding and properties

Mobile and NWDI – Setting up NWDI with Mobile 

Remote Debugging – How to identify issues and problem solve in a production landscape

Performance Tuning Tips – Tips and tricks to speed up your application

Configuration – properties and agent configuration techniques

Third Party Tools – useful third party tools we’ve used to “fill in the gaps” 


DOE Backend Server

Web Service Integration – Use the DOE to distribute data via web services

Deep Level Objects – Creating object trees and handheld considerations when doing so

Multi-Backend Support – A possible solution to distributing data to a site specific backend  

Performance Tuning – Bulk data downloads and more

Change Management – Lessons learned when transporting changes 

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  • Hi,
      great blogs! They are very interesting.
    Do you think you will post the “Performance Tuning Tips – Tips and tricks to speed up your application”
    For us it will be very important.