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Mobile for Always Connected Clients is the Thin Client ( Browser Based) capability of SAP NetWeaver Mobile.

The Hands-On session UP260 Model – Applications for Mobile Always Connected Clients is a good starting point to develop applications in easy and efficient way with a direct connection to an SAP Backend System.

In this session I will provide you an overview about SAP NetWeaver Mobile, espacially about the Always Connected capability. But its not just an overview presentation, it includes also a complete step by step development example of a Mobile Workflow Inbox to approve or reject pending workflows.

In the exercise you will have the chance to develop the application on your own and  test it directly in a device emulator.

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The session is planed for:

Berlin : Oct, 16th (11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m).

Hope to see you there!

Best Regards,

Stefan

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  1. Gregor Wolf
    Hi Stefan,

    what do you use to authenticate? Does the User have to enter his username and password? For the BlackBerry you can use the RIM Login Module for the J2EE Stack. But this does only work with a BlackBerry device. What can be used for this Nokia device to make it more convenient for the user?

    Best regards
    Gregor

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    1. Ivan Mirisola
      Hi Gregor,

      We are talking about Webdynpro Allways Connected, so the Webdynpro Runtime deals with the application rendering for the correct Mobile Device. If the application requires authentication, it will do so via Netweaver Web Application Server (WebAS Java). The logon screen will be the same for any application running on top of the WebAS but specially rendered for the supported device.

      Best regards,
      Ivan

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        1. Anonymous
          Hi Prasanna,

          as already mentioned by Gregor. There is a component for Blackberry which is called RIM Login Module. This component is part of the application Mobile Sales Online, not of the technology SAP NetWeaver Mobile. It can be used to do Single Sign On on Blackberry.

          How does it work?
          You can configure BlackBerry to add the Email address into the HTTP header, which is then used for Single Sign On.

          Everything else would be custom development project.

          I hope this helps.

          Best Regards,
          Stefan

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          1. Ulf Zeisberger
            Hello,
            when adding just an email adress in plaintext to the HTTP Header, this could be “sniffed” right? And I could easily “approve” anyones workitem, e.g. my own leave request to go on holiday for 8 weeks.

            Is there a secure way for the Single-Sign On between blackberry device and WAS?

            -Ulf

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            1. Anonymous
              Hello,

              the E-Mail Header will be sent to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server it will not be sent to the internet.
              The BlackBerry Enterprise Server is only accepting requests from registered BlackBerry devices.

              The Application Server itself is inside the firewall and cannot be accessed from the outside.

              I hope this helps.

              Best Regards,
              Stefan

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            2. Anonymous
              Hello,

              the E-Mail Header will be sent to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server it will not be sent to the internet.
              The BlackBerry Enterprise Server is only accepting requests from registered BlackBerry devices.

              The Application Server itself is inside the firewall and cannot be accessed from the outside.

              I hope this helps.

              Best Regards,
              Stefan

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            3. Anonymous
              Hello,

              the E-Mail Header will be sent to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server it will not be sent to the internet.
              The BlackBerry Enterprise Server is only accepting requests from registered BlackBerry devices.

              The Application Server itself is inside the firewall and cannot be accessed from the outside.

              I hope this helps.

              Best Regards,
              Stefan

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    1. Anonymous
      Hello Francisco,

      to be honest, I never tried it because this is not the intended and official usage for the RIM Login Module.

      From my point of view it should work as long as you have an SAP AS Java where you deploy the RIM Login Module.  The Rim Login Module should then log you on the the SAP AS JAVA.

      Best Regards,
      Stefan

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