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Mark the date : 28th of June, 2009. It is on this day that Dipankar and my book on SAP MII hits the stores and starts shipping !

In the meantime, the book information has been updated. We now know that it is going to be of 468 pages and the cover has been updated to a much more catchy one Implementing and Configuring SAP MII – The Book.

 

[Shameless Plug] More details can also be found on my personal blog : http://blog.abesh.net/2009/02/03/implementing-and-configuring-sap-mii-the-book/

Below is the link to download a sample chapter from the book as well as the Table of Contents.

Implementing and Configuring SAP MII (PDF) (2.95 MB)

Table of Contents at a Glance

 

  • SAP MII: A New Composition Platform for Manufacturing Integration and Analytics ……………………………………………….. 29
  • Administrating and Configuring SAP MII ………………………….. 39
  • Managing Manufacturing Plant Floor Integration with SAP MII ………………………………………………………………………… 71
  • Developing Composite Applications in SAP MII: The Basics …. 119
  • Display Templates: Let Your Data Speak …………………………… 153
  • Business Logic Transactions: Intelligence in Action ……………. 231
  • Animated Objects: Making Dynamic Visualizations …………… 343
  • Web Scripting and Reports: Weaving It All Together …………. 353
  • Advanced Techniques for SAP MII Composite Application Development …………………………………………………………………. 383
  • Implementing SAP MII Composite Applications ………………… 427
  • New Features in SAP MII 12.1 …………………………………………. 449
  • The Authors …………………………………………………………………… 451

A detailed TOC can be found in the PDF download.

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  1. Marilyn Pratt
    So excited to see two of my favorite folks published together.  I hope there will be signed copies in TechEd Bangalore 2009 for the fans.
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  2. Former Member
    Congrats Guys.. Rather I have been waiting for this kind of stuff for quite a while. Since when this book would be available to be shipped…

    Regards

    Vaibhav

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    1. Former Member
      Abesh and Dipankar,

      big congratulations. Books are a major undertaking and it’s a great moment when they see the light of release!

      This is a very interesting topic as well and I’m quite sure you will get many readers looking for more on MII. I look forward to helping to share the news of the book’s release with the community.

      – Jon

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  3. Former Member
    Abesh,

    I already used many of your Blogposts to help me with my MII implementation Problems and to hear from your book was great.

    I already suggested it for our internal library and currently wait for the approval.

    Greetings, Michael

    PS: How about writing another book especially about the MII-Flex interaction. I think that would be helpful for many developers in the future. As for me, I never liked the MII display templates and never implemented them for “production use”.
    Everything was shown with Adobe Flex right from the start.

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    1. Abesh Bhattacharjee Post author
      Hello Michael,
      For me, it feels great when somebody comes back and tells us how helpful our tips/tricks were in their day to day development and implementation scenarios. Well MII-Flex integration was originally planned to be a separate chapter in the book which we later had to axe because of page count constraints.

      Hopefully, we will soon be working on another book which which showcase the use of alternate UI technologies for MII, more implementation scenarios and lots of more tips and tricks.

      Please post a review of the book when you have read it as it will help us in making our future books as valuable to you as possible. Write us, what you would want to see in that book when it comes out ๐Ÿ™‚

      Best Regards
      Abesh

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