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How to integrate SAP processes in Microsoft SharePoint

Microsoft SharePoint is often used as the enterprise portal for all users. As the majority of enterprises also use SAP for formal processes like self service scenarios, there is an increasing demand how to use the best of both worlds. With the lauching event of the SharePont eMagazine 2010 special edition Atos Origin has made a contritibution with an article in this magazine link http://www.sdn.nl/FreeMagazine.

Read guidelines when and how to integrate SAP processes and data in your SharePoint environment and how to use the new features in SharePoint 2010 version and composite SAP Enterprise Services using SAP NetWeaver Process Integration. 

Get up to date blending both SAP and Microsoft solutions. 

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  1. Pim de Wit
    Nice insight, gives a good inside on how SharePoint and SAP can interact on CRUD level. This kind of interaction is also inline with the next new DUET enterprise release. Would be interested to discuss interaction on BPM level and share best practices how to keep data and process integrity when going beyond CRUD operations.
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    1. Huub Montanus Post author
      Hello Pim,

      You are right. To go beyond CRUD operations it will take utmost care not to ruin the integrity of the SAP Database, especially in mixed mode of e.g. SAP ESS / MSS operations and updates of the business objects via the MS SharePoint channel. A (corporate) business process model and a corporate data model with the dependencies and conditions is needed. It is safer not to mix updates on the same scenarios / business objects.

      Regards, Huub Montanus

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