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Enterprise Mashup Application Platform (EMAP) is a light-weight Mashup platform which provides a browser based application composition environment, tools and run-time that simplify developing applications on top of existing complex Enterprise Platforms and Services from conceptualization to deployment.

EMAP allows the user to create faster time to market Do It Yourself (DIY) applications quickly and helps the users to create variety of useful enterprise solutions.

EMAP is a Research project from SAP Research Center, Palo Alto.

Following are the links related to EMAP technology on SDN.

We are also trying to provide a publicly accessible server with EMAP so that the users can try it out. I’m going to blog more on this topic in the coming weeks.

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    1. We are trying to make EMAP available as an externally accessible application in few weeks for the users to try it out.

      If you are SAP Employee, we have a system with EMAP installed in the SAP intranet where you can try it out. All you need is a browser to try this out. Please let me know.

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    1. We are trying to make EMAP available as an externally accessible application in few weeks to try it out. All you need is a browser to try this out. No specific details at this time on product avialability. Please watch this speace more details or contact me (rama.gurram@sap.com)
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  1. Ed Herrmann
    In the video demo, there is mention of a desktop widget engine.  Is this an SAP proprietary widget engine or reuse of one of the more common ones like the Yahoo engine?
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    1. The DesktopWidget Engine the video refers to is can be
      1. A small wrapper around IE Engine  which comes pre-installed with all windows machine (or)
      2. Adobe AIR runtime. All the EMAP widgets / Saplets are the online widgets that can be placed on the desktop.

      We don’t plan on using Yahoo! or Google like desktop Widget containers as they are heavy weight and needs to use API’s specific to those containers for widget creation.

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