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SAP & Sharepoint Integration

Many companies have implemented SAP as their primary business application for Financials, Human Capital Management, Procurement and Logistics, Manufacturing, Sales and Service. They may also have installed or planning to install Microsoft Office SharePoint as a single, integrated portal to manage content, facilitate collaboration and simplify access to information spread throughout the organization using search feature of MOSS. In such scenarios it is essential to share data between the two systems to make full use of their powerful features that complement each other. ObjectWin can help you with SAP - SharePoint integration in both ways as per your requirement.

Integration of SAP from MOSS 2010

  • Configuring MOSS to display SAP iViews within SharePoint site using iView Web Parts.
  • Display Business Server Pages (BSP) within SharePoint using Web Parts.
  • Setting up Business Data Catalog of SharePoint to fetch business data from SAP by connecting to the SAP ERP web services created using SAP Business Application Programming Interface (BAPI), SAP Remote Function Call (RFC), etc.
  • Displaying the business data fetched from SAP using Business Data Catalog in the form of Enterprise Search, SharePoint Lists, Web Parts, Excel Pivot Charts, Excel Services and custom applications.
  • Integrating SAP NetWeaver with MOSS 2007 for Enterprise Content Management.
  • Integrating Microsoft InfoPath and Form Server with SAP and configuring to write data back to SAP.
  • Integrating SAP NetWeaver from MOSS Workflow. 

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Integration of MOSS 2007 from SAP

  • Integrating SharePoint pages with SAP Enterprise Portal using SAP iViews.
  • Configuring the XML iView for RSS Feeds.
  • Consuming SharePoint Web Services using Visual Composer, Web Dynpro for Java.
  • Configuring the SAP WebDAV Repository Manager to integrate SharePoint Document Libraries.
Many companies have implemented SAP as their primary business application for Financials, Human Capital Management, Procurement and Logistics, Manufacturing, Sales and Service. They may also have installed or planning to install Microsoft Office SharePoint as a single, integrated portal to manage content, facilitate collaboration and simplify access to information spread throughout the organization using powerful search feature of MOSS. In such scenarios it is essential to share data between the two systems to make full use of their powerful features that complement each other. ObjectWin can help you with SAP - SharePoint integration in both ways as per your requirement.

Integration of SAP from MOSS 2007

  • Configuring MOSS to display SAP iViews within SharePoint site using iView Web Parts.
  • Display Business Server Pages (BSP) within SharePoint using Web Parts.
  • Setting up Business Data Catalog of SharePoint to fetch business data from SAP by connecting to the SAP ERP web services created using SAP Business Application Programming Interface (BAPI), SAP Remote Function Call (RFC), etc.
  • Displaying the business data fetched from SAP using Business Data Catalog in the form of Enterprise Search, SharePoint Lists, Web Parts, Excel Pivot Charts, Excel Services and custom applications.
  • Integrating SAP NetWeaver with MOSS 2007 for Enterprise Content Management.
  • Integrating Microsoft InfoPath and Form Server with SAP and configuring to write data back to SAP.
  • Integrating SAP NetWeaver from MOSS Workflow. 
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