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SUMMER 2006 CATALOG

SAP BOOKS AND TECHNICAL GUIDES

MORE THAN 75 BOOKS, INCLUDING THESE 13 ALL-NEW TITLES:

CATALOG AT A GLANCE
SAP NetWeaver:
Components & Tools

For Developers
The ABAP Quick Reference................................................................................8 ABAP Objects NEW ..........................................................................................8 Mastering SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 Application Development ..........................8 Web Dynpro for ABAP ......................................................................................8 The Official ABAP Reference..............................................................................8 Designing Composite Applications ....................................................................9 Design Patterns in Object-oriented ABAP ..........................................................9 Advanced BSP Programming ............................................................................9 BSP Extensions: How to Master Web Reporting with HTMLB ............................9 The SAP Developers Guide to PHP ....................................................................9 SAP Controls Workshop ....................................................................................9 The ABAP Developers Guide to Java ................................................................9 Web Programming in ABAP with the SAP Web AS 2nd Edition ..................10 Rich Internet Applications on the SAP Web AS................................................10 XML Data Exchange using ABAP NEW ............................................................10 Mastering IDoc Business Scenarios with the SAP Exchange Infrastructure 3.0 NEW..........................................................10 SAP Business Connector Applications and Development ............................10

SAP Business Intelligence ..................................................................................3 SAP BW Reporting and Analysis ........................................................................3 SAP BW Data Retrieval ......................................................................................3 SAP BW Performance Optimization Guide ........................................................3 Installing, Configuring and Using SAP xApp Analytics NEW ............................3 SAP Business Explorer (BEx) Tools ......................................................................3 SAP BW Data Modeling ....................................................................................3 SAP BW Professional ........................................................................................3 Inside Web Dynpro for Java ..............................................................................4 SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer NEW ............................................................4 Java Programming with the SAP Web Application Server ..................................4 SAP NetWeaver Roadmap ................................................................................4 SAP NetWeaver/.NET Interoperability NEW ......................................................4 SAP Enterprise Portal: Technology and Programming ........................................4 SAP Exchange Infrastructure..............................................................................4 SAP xApps and the Composite Application Framework ....................................4

mySAP Business Suite


mySAP ERP Resources
mySAP ERP Roadmap ........................................................................................5 The mySAP ERP Upgrade Project Guide ............................................................5

SAP Interface Programming ............................................................................10 Enhancing the Quality of ABAP Development ................................................10 Maximizing Web Dynpro for Java NEW ..........................................................10

HR Resources
mySAP HR: Technical Principles and Programming 2nd Eition ......................5 HR Personnel Planning and Development Using SAP ........................................5 Mastering HR Management with SAP ..............................................................5 Integrating CATS ..............................................................................................5

For Administrators
Adaptive Hardware Infrastructures for SAP......................................................11 Java Monitoring Infrastructure in SAP NetWeaver 04......................................11 Conception and Installation of System Monitoring using the SAP Solution Manager ................................................................................11 Job Scheduling for SAP NEW ..........................................................................11 SAP Security and Authorizations ....................................................................11 SAP R/3 System Administration ......................................................................11 SAP Smart Forms ............................................................................................11 SAP Performance Optimization Guide 4th Edition ......................................11 SAP Authorization System ..............................................................................12 Mastering SAP XI Administration ....................................................................12 SAP Change and Transport Management ........................................................12 SAP Service and Support 3rd Edition ..........................................................12 The SAP OS/DB Migration Project Guide..........................................................12 Practical Workflow for SAP..............................................................................12 Archiving Your SAP Data ................................................................................12 Migrating Your SAP Data ................................................................................12

Financials Resources
CPM and Balanced Scorecard with SAP NEW ..................................................6 Business Planning with SAP SEM ......................................................................6 Cash Accounting and Cash Flow Planning with SAP Liquidity Planner ..............6

PLM Resources
Quality Management with SAP ........................................................................6 Product Lifecycle Management with SAP ..........................................................6

CRM Resources
mySAP CRM......................................................................................................6 mySAP CRM Interaction Center ........................................................................6

SCM and Logistics Resources


Implementing and Configuring SAP Global Trade Services NEW ......................7 SAP MM Functionality and Technical Configuration ......................................7 Invoice Verification for SAP R/3 ........................................................................7 Production Planning and Control with SAP NEW ..............................................7 Efficient Supply Chain Management with SAP Solution for RFID ......................7 Inventory Optimization with SAP ......................................................................7

IT Management
SAP IT Service & Application Management ....................................................13 Service Level Management the ITIL Process in SAP Operations NEW ..........13 Managing Organizational Change during SAP Implementations NEW ............13 SAP System Operations ..................................................................................13 SAP System Landscape Optimization ..............................................................13 Enterprise Services Architecture for Financial Services ......................................13

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SAP NETWEAVER: COMPONENTS & TOOLS

SAP Business Intelligence


by Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Fiechter, Sebastian Kramer, Ralf-Patrick Sawicki, and Stephan Weber
This book provides key information on all the important new BI features of the SAP NetWeaver 2004s Release. Essential subjects like data modeling, ETL, web reporting, and planning are covered along with all of the newest functions making this book an unparalleled companion for your daily work. Real-life examples and numerous illustrations help you hit the ground running. Plus, useful step-by-step instructions enable the instant use of new features like Visual Composer, and many more.

SAP BW Reporting and Analysis


by Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Fiechter, Jens Rohlf, Jrg Rose, and Oliver Schrffer
In this book youll find everything you need to configure and execute web reporting and web applications. First, youll be introduced to the basic topics of BEx Query Designer, BEx Web Application Designer, BEx Web Applications, BEx Analyzer, and SAP Business Content. Then, expert guidance shows you, step by step, how to master the process of creating custom reports and analysis. Thats just for starters. Youll also learn best practices for creating your own SAP BW Web Cockpit and much more.

SAP BW Data Retrieval


Mastering the ETL process
by Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Fiechter, Ralf-Patrick Sawicki, Robert Salzmann, and Thomas Thielen
The first part of the book offers a detailed look at the most important concepts related to extraction, transformation and loading (ETL). Then, discover exclusive insights on all the relevant techniques for data extraction. The chapters that follow guide you systematically through best practices for working with master and transaction data, teaching you how to successfully master the complete ETL process. In addition, valuable advice shows you how to make the most of SAP Business Content. The appendices also provide additional help and include a comprehensive SAP BW glossary.

SAP BW Performance Optimization Guide


by Thomas Schrder
This book provides coverage of architecture, data modeling, the ins and outs of systematic performance analysis, as well as volumes of valuable data design tips. Get an in-depth introduction to SAP BW indices, statistics, and database optimizers and learn about the key aspects of reporting performance. Fulllength chapters deal with aggregates as well as extraction and loading performance. Plus, of course, compression and InfoCube partitioning are discussed extensively. This book gives administrators the tools to analyze and tune BW performance immediately.

AVAILABLE 9/2006 H1921 $69.95 Approx. 425 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H991 $69.95 572 pages


AVAILABLE 8/2006 H1918 $69.95 Approx. 452 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H990 $69.95 552 pages


NEW TITLE

Installing, Configuring and Using SAP xApp Analytics


by Mathias Poehling, Abdul Razack and Ryan Leask
First, this book gives readers an upclose look at the technology behind building xApp Analytic applications within SAP. Then the authors move quickly to cover key topics such as installation, administration, advanced features and development procedures of the modeling tool, Visual Composer. Plus, readers gain unsurpassed practical knowledge from detailed actual SAP xApp Analytics case studies.

SAP Business Explorer (BEx) Tools


by Peter Scott
With no filler or unnecessary information, this BEx guide cuts right to the chase, giving readers exactly what they need to master BW reporting. Learn the fundamentals of BEx, how to design queries, create high-impact workbooks and web applications, plus all there is to know about report-to-report interfacing and more. This exceptional reference guide helps BW professionals optimize their use of BEx Browser, BEx Query Designer, web applications and BEx Analyzer. Plus, it also covers OLAP functionality and more.

SAP BW Data Modeling


by Norbert Egger, Jean-Marie Feichter, and Jens Rohlf
Learn how to set up data modeling and manage master data and transactional data efficiently. The three fundamental topics InfoObjects, InfoProviders, and SAP Business Content are introduced consecutively and illustrated with practical examples. The book describes all of their options, special characteristics, and key interdependencies. Robust appendices serve to provide you with additional help, and come complete with a comprehensive SAP BW glossary. All information provided is current for SAP BW 3.5, but remains highly valuable to users of previous releases.

SAP BW Professional
Tips and tricks for dealing with SAP Business Information Warehouse
by Norbert Egger
From data modeling to optimizing data collection, to maximizing reporting capabilities, this book delivers it all. Vital concepts are clearly explained with the help of practical examples, sample solutions, and highly detailed graphics. Youll quickly learn about the many capabilities of SAP BW as you walk through expert, step-by-step instruction designed to enable you to efficiently set up an SAP BW application with a user-specific data source, customized InfoCubes, data collection, and all of the necessary reporting components.

AVAILABLE 12/2006 H1938 $69.95 Approx. 425 pages


AVAILABLE 7/2006 H1925 $85.00 Approx. 80 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H989 $69.95 429 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H964 $69.95 437 pages


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SAP NETWEAVER: COMPONENTS & TOOLS


NEW TITLE

Inside Web Dynpro for Java


by Chris Whealy
Starting with basics like MVC Design Pattern, the general architecture, event handling and the phase model, the book then gives unique insights on the dos and donts of Web Dynpro programming, especially regarding the use of the Adaptive RFC layer and Dynamic Programming techniques. Experienced developers will find volumes of new information to help further enhance key skills. Plus, all readers are guaranteed to profit immediately from the complete category and interface reference and from essential guidance on Web Dynpro Naming Conventions.

SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer


by Carsten Bnnen, Mario Herger, Dirk Wodtke
Learn the ins and outs of the Visual Composer (VC) architecture including details on all components and concepts, as well as essential information on modelbased development and on the preparation of different types of applications. Readers quickly broaden their knowledge by tapping into practical expert advice on the various aspects of the Development Lifecycle as well as on selected applications, which have been modeled with the VC and are currently delivered by SAP as standard applications.

Java Programming with the SAP Web Application Server


by Karl Kessler, Peter Tillert, and Panayot Dobrikov
First, benefit from an SAP NetWeaver overview, followed by the authors guided tour through the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. After an excursion into the world of Web services, you then learn about the different facets of Web Dynpro technology, with in-depth details on user interfaces. This information is further bolstered with insights on the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure and the architecture of SAP Web AS Java. BONUS Customers get the 180-day trial version of SAP Web AS Java 6.40 on DVD

SAP NetWeaver Roadmap


by Steffen Karch and Loren Heilig
This detailed book helps you understand each of SAP NetWeavers individual components and illustrates, using practical examples, how SAP NetWeaver can be leveraged by a wide range of organizations. Discover expert insights on the steps necessary for a successful SAP NetWeaver implementation and find out how to accurately gauge the benefits that can be realized within your own organization. Finally, comprehensive, detailed coverage of SAP NetWeaver technology gives you the complete picture in terms of architecture and helps you understand the full functionality of each individual component.

AVAILABLE NOW H983 $59.95 355 pages


AVAILABLE 11/2006 H1932 $69.95 Approx. 450 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H984 $69.95 305 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H965 $69.95 505 pages


NEW TITLE

SAP NetWeaver/.NET Interoperability


by Andreas Rohr, Thomas Meigen, Andr Fischer
This comprehensive book is focused on heterogeneous system landscapes built using SAP and Microsoft components, and quickly teaches readers about the vast integration capabilities within all levels of the NetWeaver stack. Developers, consultants, and IT managers will benefit from practical examples of all components: interface technologies like BAPI and RFC, process integration with XI and BizTalk, information integration with BW and MS BI, as well as user integration with SAP NetWeaver Portal, SharePoint, and Office (including a preview on Duet, formerly known as Project Medocino).

SAP Enterprise Portal: Technology and Programming


by Arnd Goebel and Dirk Ritthaler
With SAP BW and mySAP CRM as a foundation, you discover how to integrate data from other applications, as well as other systems. A comprehensive introduction to Java iViews helps to accelerate your learning. You also get expert instruction on authentication, simple registration using Single Sign-On (SSO), and practical guidance on roles and authorizations, as well as in-depth advice on digital signatures, and more. BONUS CD includes Portal Development Kit 5.0, Eclipse 2.2, Portal Development Kit Plug-in for Eclipse, Apache Tomcat 3.3.1

SAP Exchange Infrastructure


by Jens Stumpe and Joachim Orb
Discover the ins and outs of SAPs Integration Broker, and get a guided tour of the design of collaborative processes, the development of interfaces, Messages, Proxies, Mappings, and more. Complete chapters are devoted to running-time components (Integration Server, Integration Engine, Proxy Running Time, and Monitoring Tools) as well as system-spanning BPM. Plus, with added sections on specific applications two detailed case scenarios on B2B Communication and system-spanning BPM youll learn how business management demands can be technically depicted and efficiently implemented.

SAP xApps and the Composite Application Framework


by Jo Weilbach and Mario Herger
Learn how to benefit from a flexible application architecture and how the CAF development platform enables you to quickly create composites on the basis of SAP NetWeaver and classic business applications. Plus, get exclusive insights on the design and implementation of SAPs xApps xPD and xCQM. Youll greatly further your understanding of external, entity, and application services, all UI patterns and the potential of Web Dynpro foundations. Finally, learn how to use the process modeler to link individual components. BONUS CD includes sample scenario xFlights

AVAILABLE 12/2006 H1936 $69.95 Approx. 425 pages


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mySAP BUSINESS SUITE


mySAP ERP Resources
mySAP ERP Roadmap
by Frank Forndron, Thilo Liebermann, Marcus Thurner, Dr. Peter Widmayer
Finally, a book that delivers detailed coverage of the functionality and technology of mySAP ERP, and provides you with a clear, simple and comprehensive path to your upgrade. This book introduces you to the business processes supported by mySAP ERP and helps you understand the evolution from SAP R/3 to mySAP ERP. You get exclusive insights into the technical infrastructure of SAP NetWeaver and the Enterprise Services Architecture, all designed to help you hit the ground running. This book is an invaluable resource to support your upgrade decision.

The mySAP ERP Upgrade Project Guide


by Bert Vanstechelman, Mark Mergaerts, Dirk Matthys
This new technical guide discusses the upgrade from a project management, customization, development and technical point of view. The entire process is covered in detail from first opening the upgrade manual, to sending an email to management, informing them that the system upgrade is complete and every step in between. All of the bases are covered, including project planning and the impact on your system landscape.

AVAILABLE NOW H1911 $59.95 288 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H1919 $85.00 139 pages


HR Resources
mySAP HR: Technical Principles and Programming 2nd Edition
by Ewald Brochhausen, Juergen Kielisch, Juergen Schnerring, and Jens Staeck
First, gain a thorough understanding of the concept of information models. Then, learn about the individual information models of personnel administration and time management. Readers quickly discover how to customize key applications and generate special reports, while saving time and avoiding costly errors. Special features of HR role and authorization concepts are clearly defined from both the functional and technical perspectives. Benefit from entirely new chapters on designing HR forms using the HR Forms Workplace, on reporting tools (HIS and Ad-hoc Query) as well as on interface programming with the Interface Toolbox and BAdIs.

HR Personnel Planning and Development Using SAP


by Christian Krmer, Christian Lbke, and Sven Ringling
Learn to leverage the many HR options and processes supported by SAP using practical examples and key metrics to help you measure your success. Get in-depth explanations of critical concepts such as organization management and defining roles. Plus, uncover the full potential of new solutions such as ELearning and SEM. An ideal companion for HR teams, project leaders, and consultants, this book is based on extensive practical experience with R/3 Release 4.6C. It also covers new enhancements that are available with R/3 Enterprise and SAP Enterprise Portal.

AVAILABLE NOW H970 $69.95 550 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H967 $69.95 445 pages


Mastering HR Management with SAP


by Christian Krmer, Sven Ringling, and Song Yang
Get a step-by-step guide to the entire personnel management process, from payroll, to personnel controlling, and beyond. This book comes complete with practical examples regarding user roles, and covers all of the new enhancements, improved features and tools that have been introduced with R/3 Enterprise. Uncover the ins and outs of e-recruiting, organizational management, personnel administration, company pensions, quality assurance, role-based portals, and many others too numerous to list. The book, based on Release 4.7 (R/3 Enterprise), also contains information on mySAP ERP (HCM).

Integrating CATS
by Martin Gillet
Readers will benefit quickly from this tightly focused, practical guide to integrating CATS with other mySAP Business Suite modules. Since CATS is essentially one point of entry into the SAP system, seamless and efficient integration is a must for most organizations. This exclusive guide provides readers with in-depth coverage and best practices for seamless integration with HR, Financial Accounting, Project System, Plant Maintenance, Service Management, Material Management and Product Planning modules.

AVAILABLE NOW H1906 $85.00 96 pages


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mySAP BUSINESS SUITE


Financials Resources
NEW TITLE

Business Planning with SAP SEM


by Roland Fischer
First, discover the basics of business planning; then, develop the know-how and learn the key techniques required for a successful implementation. Taking into consideration your shortterm, middle-term, and long-term plans, as well as their interactions, youll quickly gain an in-depth understanding of SEMs project-oriented applications. Whether youre looking for guidance to apply SEM-BPS in your company in order to maximize the interrelation of operative and strategic planning, or to fully leverage interaction with SAP BW, this exceptional reference book is where youll get competent and reliable answers to your most pressing questions.

CPM and Balanced Scorecard with SAP


by Marco Sisfontes-Monge
Organizations looking to implement SAP Corporate Performance Monitor (CPM), using the Balanced Scorecard approach, will benefit greatly from this practical guide. This book clearly explains the Balanced Scorecard and its relationship with SAP CPM, and gives readers a thorough knowledge of the central concepts of both. This comprehensive reference includes practical information on utilizing the management cockpit, creating scorecards in SAP CPM, tips, tricks and much more.

Cash Accounting and Cash Flow Planning with SAP Liquidity Planner
by Stephan Kerber and Dirk Warntje
This new guide helps optimize your use of SAP for liquidity calculation and planning. First, learn how you can successfully implement cash accounting in SAP R/3. Each relevant area of SAP Actual Calculation, from the technical settings (via customization) through to the liquidity analysis processes, is described in great detail. Subsequent sections provide you with a fundamental introduction to reporting and planning using SAP BW/SEM. Plus, get details on an exclusive workaround that enables you to perform liquidity planning and reporting without SAP BW/SEM.

AVAILABLE 10/2006 H1931 $69.95 Approx. 465 pages


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AVAILABLE NOW H1907 $85.00 95 pages


PLM Resources
Quality Management with SAP
by Michael Hlzer and Michael Schramm
Readers get up to speed quickly on the functionality, adaptation, and application of the SAP QM component. Youll get in-depth knowledge of quality planning, quality inspection, as well as quality control. Complete details and QM-relevant information on the functionality of other R/3 components (like vendor evaluation, control of inspection, measuring, and test equipment) are covered in-depth. Plus, discover how to make the most of the information systems and reporting tools, as well as many tips and tricks to help you to find the right customization settings.

Product Lifecycle Management with SAP


by Gert Hartmann and Ulrich Schmidt
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the core functions of mySAP Product Lifecycle Management (mySAP PLM). First youll learn how the solutions Lifecycle Data Management supports you in accumulating and exchanging product and plant data. Then, youll be introduced to the critical aspects of program and project management. Special attention is paid to collaboration across various departments and enterprises, as well as quality management, enterprise asset management (EAM), and the functions of environment, health & safety (EH&S).

AVAILABLE NOW H1902 $69.95 525 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H980 $69.95 613 pages


CRM Resources
mySAP CRM
The Official Guidebook to SAP CRM Release 4.0
by Rdiger Buck-Emden and Peter Zencke
Learn the essential principles of mySAP CRM as well as detailed techniques for employing this powerful SAP solution. Important functional aspects are highlighted and serve to guide you through the complete Customer Interaction Cycle. Plus, discover key functional areas and benefit from expert advice illustrated throughout with mySAP CRM business scenarios. A fully updated presentation of the implementation methodology, as well as the technical fundamentals of mySAP CRM 4.0, on the basis of SAP NetWeaver, serve to round out this formidable resource.

mySAP CRM Interaction Center


by Thorsten Wewers, Tim Bolte
First, learn about the technical principles of IC WinClient, IC WebClient and IC Management, including an introduction to the architecture and framework. The book focuses on customizing and enhancing basic functions, master data and transaction integration, as well as communication channels and customer specific alerts. Based on actual projects, concrete business scenarios illustrate the technical aspects of customizing. Valuable insights on mySAP CRM Interaction Center usage options are guaranteed to benefit you, even if you have already completed your implementation.

AVAILABLE NOW H1909 $69.95 255 pages


AVAILABLE NOW H971 $59.95 449 pages


mySAP BUSINESS SUITE


SCM and Logistics Resources
NEW TITLE

Implementing and Configuring SAP Global Trade Services


by Jitendra Singh
This detailed reference, covering SAPs Global Trade Services (GTS), examines a wide range of business-related issues in the global trade arena. Comprehensive explanations of the major concepts within GTS help introduce readers to each of the GTS modules before going on to tackle real-world global trade issues and how they can be resolved using SAP GTS. From implementation to compliance management and customs management, this book helps those involved with SAP GTS get up to speed quickly.

SAP MM Functionality and Technical Configuration


by Martin Murray
This book covers all aspects of SAP Materials Management (SAP MM), including MM Master Data, Purchasing, Inventory Management, and Financial Integration. Readers discover the ins and outs of cross-application topics that are relevant to MM, such as document management, batch management, and classification. Using practical examples and case studies, this unique reference gives readers a comprehensive understanding of SAP MM, how it works, and how it interacts with other SAP modules.

AVAILABLE NOW H1912 $69.95 479 pages


AVAILABLE 10/2006 H1930 $69.95 Approx. 300 pages


Invoice Verification for SAP R/3


by Stephen Birchall
Regardless of which functional team you belong to, you may find yourself charged with the crucial invoice verification function. This book helps get readers up to speed quickly and effectively. It gives project managers, leaders and team members a rapid and practical introduction to invoice verification, before proceeding to train them on its specific functions in detail, focusing on financial details, configuration and many other important issues. Readers of this book will quickly understand the role of invoice verification in MM and FI, plus much more.

NEW TITLE

Production Planning and Control with SAP


by Jrg Dickersbach, Gerhard Keller, Klaus Weihrauch
This book provides readers with a concise and easy-to-follow description of the production planning and control processes in SAP. Expert insights provided by the authors help consultants, implementation teams, and production employees learn how to master the processes and customizing features of SAP PP (mySAP ERP 2005 release). This comprehensive reference covers all major production planning and control aspects as well key details on mySAP SCM (APO) integration all bolstered by volumes of examples and a complete glossary.

AVAILABLE NOW H1926 $85.00 85 pages


AVAILABLE 1/2007 H1939 $69.95 Approx. 400 pages


Efficient Supply Chain Management with SAP Solution for RFID


by T. Gtz, S. Safai, P. Beer
Optimize the implementation of SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure 4.0 in the supply chain. The basic principles of RFID technology are introduced during a detailed description of the solutions functionality. You quickly discover how to improve the flow of goods by improving the flow of information. The highly detailed procedures are well illustrated with many screenshots, useful both for an integrated SAP ERP/SAP R/3 system, as well as a standalone solution. Master data maintenance and monitoring are outlined as well as the key technical requirements, interfaces, integration requirements, and more.

Inventory Optimization with SAP


Effective Inventory Management with mySAP ERP and mySAP SCM
by M. Hoppe
This book provides a systematic description of the options and functions available for mastering inventory management with mySAP ERP and mySAP SCM. Learn about factors influencing inventories, inventory analysis, sales planning and forecasting, disposition, batch sizes, inventory monitoring, and much more. Demand planners, MRP controllers, and production planners as well as consultants, administrators, and anyone requiring comprehensive information on optimizing inventory with SAP will benefit from this book.

AVAILABLE 8/2006 H1920 $85.00 Approx. 95 pages


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FOR DEVELOPERS
NEW TITLE

The ABAP Quick Reference


by Horst Keller
Finally, a clear and concise, alphabetically sorted paperback language reference especially for experienced developers. For each of the keywords and additions, the functionality is explained in a few words, while the program context is illustrated using comprehensive syntax diagrams. The days of tedious and confusing toggling between the ABAP Editor and the online documentation are gone for good. This handy companion saves you countless hours and helps you avoid costly mistakes, by providing you with all of the necessary information right at your fingertips.

ABAP Objects
by Horst Keller, Sascha Krger
This completely revised third edition introduces you to ABAP programming with SAP NetWeaver. All concepts of modern ABAP (up to release 7.0) are covered in detail. New topics include ABAP and Unicode, Shared Objects, exception handling, Web Dynpro for ABAP, Object Services, and of course ABAP and XML. Bonus: All readers will also receive a complimentary copy of the newest Mini SAP System.

Mastering SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 Application Development


by R. Wittwer
Readers are taken through a detailed scenario that illustrates, step-by-step, the various techniques available to display your information, such as Web Dynpro, Business Server Pages, and iViews. The core technical principles for each programming method are explained in detail with commented code examples and screenshots, while the various pros and cons are examined. Volumes of tips and tricks ensure that this guide will quickly become your most trusted companion when developing professional portal applications. Beginners, as well as experienced programmers who wish to begin portal programming, or learn more about the topic, will find this guide to be highly valuable.

AVAILABLE 12/2006 H1934 $79.95 Approx. 750 pages


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The Official ABAP Reference


by Horst Keller
This expansive 2-volume collection features explanations and examples referring to each current or obsolete command in ABAP, conveniently sorted into subject areas, up to and including the current Release 6.40. In addition to a detailed introduction to all of the essential concepts, you will also benefit from a comprehensive overview of the application context of each respective instruction. Details on potential error messages, as well as practical recommendations, are delivered to you directly from SAPs own ABAP development department, making this exclusive reference indispensable. An enormous glossary, in which all technical terms from the ABAP environment are defined, serves as an excellent complement. For this considerably extended new edition, all chapters have been revised and updated for Release 6.40. In addition to the numerous sections that were rewritten from scratch, you can also take advantage of insights on many new subject areas, like ABAP and XML, which are explained in great detail for the first time.

Web Dynpro for ABAP


by Ulli Hoffman
Developers must stay ahead of the curve by ensuring that they are up-to-date with all of the latest standards. This book illustrates the many benefits that can be realized with component-based UI development using Web Dynpro for ABAP. On the basis of specifically developed sample components, readers are introduced to the architecture of the runtime and development environments, and receive highly-detailed descriptions of the different functions and tools that enable you to efficiently implement Web Dynpro technology on the basis of SAP NetWeaver 2004s. Numerous code listings, screen captures, and little-known tricks make this book your indispensable companion for the practical design of modern user interfaces.

Highlights include:

Description of all language elements, categorized by subject Detailed introductions to, and insights on, each complex topic Unicode extension Obsolete language elements

Allocations ABAP and XML Exceptions Conversion rules Glossary including all ABAP technical terms

BONUS Includes SAP Web AS 6.20 test version on 3 CDs

AVAILABLE NOW H958 $149.95 1197 pages


AVAILABLE 9/2006 H1916 $69.95 Approx. 375 pages


FOR DEVELOPERS

Designing Composite Applications


by Jrg Beringer, Karen Holtzblatt
This book helps any serious developer hit the ground running by providing a highly detailed and comprehensive introduction to modern application design, using the SAP Enterprise Service Architecture (ESA) toolset and the methodology of Contextual Design. Readers will benefit immediately from exclusive insights on design processes based on SAPs Business Process Platform and learn valuable tricks and techniques that can drastically improve user productivity. Anybody involved in the process of enterprise application design and usability/quality management stands to benefit from this book.

Design Patterns in Object-oriented ABAP


by Igor Barbaric
This new guide introduces experienced ABAP programmers to the detailed concepts of Design Patterns in object-oriented ABAP. Using real-life scenarios from a fully functional business application, the author shares key insights, while showing you proven best practices for how to implement the most common Design Patterns in ABAP Objects. Adapter, Composite, Decorator, Facade, and probably the most well known Model View Controller (MVC), are all covered extensively. After reading this exclusive guide, you can quickly unleash the full potential of Design Patterns to improve the robustness of your most critical applications.

Advanced BSP Programming


by Brian McKellar
Every chapter provides step-by-step instruction and practical guidance on issues that many developers face in their everyday work. Insider know-how on the essentials of BSP programming, exclusive hints on measuring and boosting performance, and in-depth troubleshooting advice all come together to make this book indispensable. Readers also get detailed coverage of RSS Feeds, F4 helps, BSP integration in the SAP GUI, and much more. BSP Extensions are also covered you learn everything about events, using BSP Element Expressions (BEEs) and creating custom BSP Extension Elements, and more. BONUS Includes CD that comes complete with all code examples and transport requests

AVAILABLE NOW H1905 $49.95 182 pages


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AVAILABLE NOW H1903 $69.95 485 pages


BSP Extensions: How to master Web reporting with HTMLB


by Frdric Heinemann
Learn how to design a BSP application with its pages and page fragments, plus how to develop the numerous functions such as hierarchical navigation, table selection, detail display, comprehensive search templates, easy-to-use input administration and much more. In addition to the standard elements from the BSP extension HTMLB such as gridLayout, tree and tableView, youll also get a firsthand look at the new BSP extensions XHTMLB and PHTMLB, including their complex elements such as formLayout, tabStrip and overflowContainer, just to name a few.

The SAP Developers Guide to PHP


by Craig S. Cmehil
With growing interest in the development of low cost development solutions in a corporate environment, PHP is becoming more and more popular. This SAP PRESS Essentials guide provides readers with a comprehensive assessment of what is really needed to work with PHP, as well as how the SAP and PHP systems work together. After a short introduction to PHP and its capability characteristics, the SAPRFC extension module for PHP 4 and PHP 5 is explained in detail. Working with a sample application, you learn how the two systems communicate with one another, and how best to use PHP for your own SAPrelated development projects.

SAP Controls Workshop


by Harald Rser
This SAP PRESS Essentials guide shows you how to develop ergonomic applications with SAP Controls, which have been available since Release 4.6. You get a step-by-step instruction on how to use classic Table Control, ALV Grid Control and on integrating Excel via OLE: Every Container and Application Control is dealt with in detail and bolstered with extensive and reusable code examples. Readers of this unique guide will become very familiar with Control Framework, Custom Container, and Picture Control. In addition, HTML Viewer, Text Edit and Toolbar Control will soon be your new best friends.

The ABAP Developers Guide to Java


Leverage your ABAP skills to climb up the Java learning curve
by Andreas Schneider-Neureither et al
This book helps any serious developer learn exclusive techniques to master development tools and objects, application design, and much more. Learn about Java Enterprise Beans, OpenSQL for Java, JDBC, Security, and thats just for starters. In addition, a complete chapter is devoted to application layers, giving you mission-critical information on data acquisition and persistency, the design of business logic (Enterprise Java Beans), possible presentation technologies (Web Dynpro), as well as connectivity (JCo).

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Web Programming in ABAP with the SAP Web Application Server 2nd Edition
by Frdric Heinemann and Christian Rau
Get a firsthand introduction to the Internet Communication Framework (ICF), the Internet Communication Manager (ICM), as well as Web services. Plus, discover the ins and outs of (D)HTML, JavaScript, HTTP, and XML. Readers also get details on the Object Navigator, the Web Application Builder, the WebDAV interface, and the Online Text Repository (OTR). BONUS Includes the Complete SAP Web AS Release 6.20 test version (on 3 CDs)

Rich Internet Applications on the SAP Web AS


by Bernd Will
Discover how you can use RIAs to reduce the load on your database and your application server. Readers learn how to shift all layout information and even parts of the application logic from the SAP Web AS, to the client. Youll learn how to solve layout issues, and implement client-side data retrieval through Web services. The author selected Flash MX 2004, an ideal tool for developing modern business applications, as the front-end technology, and shows you how to leverage its greatly improved graphical formatting options and comparatively simple development techniques, to make your project a success.

XML Data Exchange using ABAP


by Tobias Trapp
Based on a variety of interface examples, readers are provided with highly detailed descriptions of all XML technologies including XML Library, XSLT (with a specific focus on XSLT 2.0 extensions), and Simple Transformations. Volumes of code samples enable you to implement your own data exchange scenarios and select the appropriate technologies to support them. In addition, readers benefit from best practices for data exchange and from practical guidance on all aspects of software development including specification, testing, data validation via Java integration, and more.

Mastering IDoc Business Scenarios with the SAP Exchange Infrastructure 3.0
by Michal Krawczyk, Michal Kowalczewski
First, readers get expert advice on the usage, configuration and administration of IDocs. The second half of this technical guide deals with key integration processes, which are carried out with the SAP NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure: Sending IDocs to SAP XI or vice versa, IDoc monitoring within SAP NetWeaver landscapes and all aspects of exchange development (tunneling, packaging, serialization, mapping). This guide is guaranteed to advance your mastery of IDocs in any scenario imaginable.

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SAP Business Connector Applications and Development


by Patrick Theobald
Learn how to use out-of-the-box solutions (such as BAPI calls via XML) and how to implement your own custom transformations and programming services (integrated BC function packages). The examples and solutions provided are designed for immediate use, with only minor modifications. Screenshots and flow charts, along with comprehensive notes on source coding, complement the text. Plus, youll also learn about IDocbased communication and much more.

SAP Interface Programming


by Johannes Meiners and Dr. Wilhelm Ner
With a strong focus on the RFC Library, this book introduces beginners to key tools in the ABAP Workbench. Actual programming examples help to illustrate client-server architecture, and show you how to assess the appropriate tools for error diagnosis, troubleshooting, and more. Experienced SAP developers can dive right into comprehensive chapters on programming the RFC interface, and advanced techniques such as tRFC, qRFC, and parallel processing. Extensive coverage of BAPIs, ActiveX, JCo, and highly detailed programming examples serve to round out this exceptional resource.

Enhancing the Quality of ABAP Development


by Albert Krouwels, Ben Meijs, Wouter Heuvelmans, and Ron Sommen
Take advantage of exclusive insights on the dos and don'ts of ABAP programming, using dozens of easy-to-follow examples. Learn to accelerate critical development tasks using the expert guidance, little-known tips and detailed techniques provided for correctness, testing, error handling, fault tracing, as well as best practices for documentation, and much more. This book provides you with the ammunition needed to save significant amounts of time and avoid costly errors, while vastly improving your core development skills.

Maximizing Web Dynpro for Java


by Bertram Ganz, Jochen Grtler, Timo Lakner
From the interaction with the Java Developer Infrastructure (JDI), to the use of Web Dynpro components, to the integration into SAP NetWeaver Portal and the use of its services this unique book delivers it all. In addition, readers get dozens of tips and tricks on finetuning Web Dynpro applications in terms of response time, security, and structure. Expert insights on the configuration and administration of the Web Dynpro runtime environment, as a component of SAP NetWeaver 2004, serve to round out this comprehensive reference.

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Adaptive Hardware Infrastructures for SAP


by Michael Missbach, Josef Stelzel, Thomas Wagenblast, et al.
Identify your key infrastructure requirements and get a comprehensive overview of available products. Critical system components such as platforms, data storage, HA solutions and, above all, networks are reviewed in detail. Plus, get exclusive insights on the SAP Adaptive Computing Controller and its various uses. Reader limit system landscape costs by implementing processes like ITSAM and Total Cost of Ownership.

Java Monitoring Infrastructure in SAP NetWeaver 04


by Astrid Tschense
Get an in-depth look at all tools including their functionalities. The author explains how collected data can be interpreted, and provides you with expert instruction on how to filter out data that is most relevant to you. Troubleshooting is also dealt with in detail. Here, the focus is not on theoretical solutions, but rather on the effects that the analyses and reactions of these solutions have on the performance and stability of the overall system.

Conception and Installation of System Monitoring using the SAP Solution Manager
by Corina Schulz
First, the authors give you important guidance on what to watch out for when developing a monitoring concept. Then, youll be walked through the steps required to implement the designed concept, with the help of detailed screenshots and step-by-step instructions. Find out how to choose monitor objects, as well as their KPIs and frequencies, plus how to define alert messages and much more.

Job Scheduling for SAP


by Arnoud Roebers, Anjo de Heus, Kees Verrujit
Learn the ins and outs of job scheduling with SAP Central Job Scheduling by Redwood and Redwood Cronacle. Readers uncover critical details on the architecture, plus exclusive technical insights that cannot be found elsewhere. The authors cover both decentralized and centralized SAP job scheduling and provide you with practical, real-world advice to drastically bolster standard installation and configuration guides. Special attention is paid to both individual CCMS and BI jobs, as well as to integration methods for these enterprise-level job chains. Best Practices and lessons learned from real-world case studies ensure that this book leaves no stone unturned.

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SAP Security and Authorizations


Risk Management and Compliance with Legal Regulations in the SAP Environment
by Mario Linkies
Get up to speed quickly on risk evaluation, creating control options, designing security measures, and more. Benefit from an overview of international security standards and legal regulations and learn the best practices to insure compliance. From scenarios with SAP XI through to process planning, the authors cover it all. Bonus: This comprehensive reference includes a complete map of the global security positioning system!

SAP R/3 System Administration


The Official SAP Guide
by Liane Will and Sigrid Hagemann
This book is essential for IT managers, technical consultants, and R/3 system administrators who want to build on their knowledge of Basis administration. Drawing from first-hand knowledge, this book teaches you how to perform all critical system administration tasks with optimal efficiency. Learn how to make smart decisions quickly, in complex situations, with expert advice and valuable real-world tips, which also make this unique reference indispensable for daily use.

SAP Smart Forms


Create forms more quickly and easily than ever before No programming required!
by Werner Hertleif & Christoph Wachter
This bestseller arms you with essential knowledge to master the production, functions, and maintenance of Smart Forms. Gain highly detailed, expert insights on integrating text, graphics, and data into your forms, and discover the wide array of print, e-mail, and web options that are all at your disposal. An extensive appendix offers quick access to volumes of additional information on program codes, sample solutions, and more.

SAP Performance Optimization Guide 4th Edition


by Thomas Schneider
This revised and expanded new edition covers technical optimization, as well as the monitoring of applications. Also included are key answers and clear illustrations generated over many years via two remote services provided by SAP: EarlyWatch and GoingLive Check. The Fourth Edition has also been significantly improved with all-new coverage of topics like Java performance using JARM, DB monitors, and MaxDB.

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SAP Authorization System


Design and Implementation of Authorization Concepts for SAP R/3 and SAP Enterprise Portal
by IBM Business Consulting Services GmbH
A proven Phase Model helps you master the implementation and deployment of an authorization concept, from the procedural steps, to the production phase, and lastly, to the supervision phase. In addition, youll quickly learn how to set up authorization via the SAP R/3 Profile Generator. This book provides in-depth coverage of the special security requirements of the SAP Enterprise Portal as well as the SAP R/3 standards and infrastructure, which serve as a framework to develop and support SAP Authorization concepts.

Mastering SAP XI Administration


by Marcus Banner, Heinzpeter Klein
Effortlessly identify and avoid the common pitfalls in SAP XI administration. Starting with the critical decision on which systems to connect to XI, the authors guide you through the setup of the most important system parameters. Exclusive insights help you to quickly learn the basics of configuring the System Landscape Directory and Change Management Service. Plus, you get a highly detailed introduction to the XI transport system. This wealth of practical experience was developed during the successful completion of several XI projects at a large IT service provider, as well as with an SAP Ramp-up customer.

SAP Change and Transport Management


by Armin Koesegi and Rainer Nerding
Written by a team of SAP support experts, this book shows you everything you need to record customizing and development changes to an SAP system SAP R/3 as well as SAP ECC (mySAP ERP), so you can transport your changes to testing and production environments. Youll help SAP keep pace with your organizations evolving business needs, promoting greater efficiency and flexibility. This brand new edition has been completely revised and significantly extended, with the addition of new chapters on Java transports, Solution Manager, Maintenance, and release upgrades.

SAP Service and Support 3rd Edition


Issued by Gerhard Oswald
This completely revised 3rd edition introduces you to SAPs support offerings such as SAP Standard Support, SAP Premium Support, and SAP MaxAttention, as well as SAPs comprehensive maintenance strategy. You get practical insights on the interaction between SAP Solution Manager and SAP Service Marketplace. Twelve real-life scenarios illustrate how SAP services and support offerings help companies to implement new strategies, cut project expenses, create user satisfaction and much more.

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The SAP OS/DB Migration Project Guide


by Bert Vanstechelman
Migrate your OS/DB quickly and at no cost using this exclusive new technical guide. When it comes to planning, methods, setting up the new environment, data export and import, and the application of SAP services for migration, every step is explained in detail with tips and tricks for avoiding common pitfalls. Readers benefit from the authors many years of experience and learn how to organize migration projects ensuring the maximum degree of manager and user satisfaction.

Practical Workflow for SAP


Effective Business Processes using SAPs WebFlow Engine
by Alan Rickayzen, Jocelyn Dart, Dr. Carsten Brennecke, and Markus Schneider
Find out how to deploy and extend SAP workflows, create your own, and make your project a success. Plus, discover new technologies such as XML messaging, and benefit from insights on the use of workflows in mySAP.com (for example, mySAP SRM and mySAP CRM). Additional tips and tricks, checklists, guidelines for administrators, custom programs, and debugging techniques make this book indispensable.

Archiving Your SAP Data


A comprehensive guide to planning and executing archiving projects
by Helmut Stefani
This book examines everything from archivability checks to the archiving process, and more. The focus is on data archiving in the SAP R/3 system, as well as on concepts relevant to SAP BW and mySAP CRM. The final chapter presents a step-by-step description of the standardized phases for planning and executing an archiving project. System and database administrators, as well as project managers who are implementing data archiving, are guaranteed to benefit immediately.

Migrating Your SAP Data


The ultimate reference for quick and easy data migration
by Michael Willinger & Johann Gradl
Discover the finer points of Batch-Input, LSMW (Legacy System Migration Workbench), and CATT (Computer Aided Test Tool). You learn best practices for executing migration tasks and find out when manual adjustments should be performed. Various procedures are compared, affording you invaluable guidance on which technique should be employed and when. Plus, get tips to make the migration of fixed asset data more economical using MS Excel all without programming.

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SAP IT Service & Application Management


The ITIL Guide for SAP Operations
by Liane Will, Sabine Schler
With this unique Pocket Guide, SAP provides you with its own IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) adaptation, extended by SAP-specific processes in the area of Application Management. With this one-of-a-kind guide you learn how to fill the abstract ITIL processes with real SAP life and you get recommendations on which SAP tools and services are available to best support you in this effort. The integration processes between the area of Service Level Management and Application Management is also covered in detail. This is a must-have reference for IT managers responsible for optimizing SAP operations and cost structures.

Service Level Management the ITIL Process in SAP Operations


by Vital Anderhub
This new guide describes the implementation of Service Level Management with SAP technology. Developed from the practice of SAP Global Support, this invaluable guide provides readers with missioncritical background information on Service Level Reporting and provides exclusive tips for establishing sensible Key Performance Indicators in SAP operations. In addition, an entire chapter is devoted to providing extensive practical guidance for the implementation of these requirements, using SAP Solution Manager 4.0.

Managing Organizational Change during SAP Implementations


By Luc Galoppin and Siegfried Caems
This book helps you prepare for change in a carefully organized manner, taking a holistic look at the organization, the impact of an SAP implementation, and how negative factors can be lessened or, in most cases, prevented early on. With a real-world, practical approach, this book gives readers pragmatic insights into the complex dimensions of organizational change that cannot be found elsewhere. Additional value is added as the authors describe the key considerations for in each phase of the project lifecycle.

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SAP System Operations


by Michael Missbach, Ralf Sosnitzka, Josef Stelzel, and Matthias Wilhelm
Get the in-depth information you need to set up a viable Standard Operation Environment (SOE) for SAP systems, as well as time-saving tips for certification and validation of your system landscape. Learn to streamline 24/7 operations, exploit Service Level Agreements (SLAs), conquer change management challenges, and tackle disaster recovery and security concerns with confidence. Youll also discover expert training recommendations for the management of IT processes. Plus, read about real cross-industry customer insights on the pros and cons of outsourced solutions for your system operation tasks, and more.

SAP System Landscape Optimization


by Andreas Schneider-Neureither et al
First, hit the ground running with a detailed introduction to SAP NetWeaver and the mySAP Business Suite. Then, elevate your mastery of system architecture, security, Change and Transport Management, to name just a few. A strong emphasis is placed on architecture, software, service and support, as well as solution management each of which is thoroughly examined. Readers learn about the optimization of key business processes by learning about performance, System Landscape Optimization (SLO), Workflow/WebFlow, and much more. This easy-to-read guide can be consulted again and again.

Enterprise Services Architecture for Financial Services


Taking SOA to the Next Level
by Martin Schroter, Joachim Regutzki
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has become an important topic for financial services organizations, offering new levels of flexibility, adaptability and cost savings. This book cuts through the confusion by clearly describing SAPs approach to SOA the Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA), shared with leading banks and insurance companies. By illustrating the principles and vision behind ESA, this invaluable guide shows you exactly how it can benefit your financial services firm. In a concise and easy-to-read format, the authors introduce you to ESA and explain exactly how it works. In addition, you get a detailed description of the key steps that financial services institutions need to take in order to successfully deploy ESA.

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SAP PRESS is the premier publisher of technical and strategic books for the SAP community. Within the pages of this new Summer 2006 catalog, youll find a wide range of titles to help you master SAP technology and complete key SAP projects more efficiently. All books are available at www.sap-press.com.

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