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SAP Architecture

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SAP Architecture

SAP Web Application Server

SAP products are built on a platform called Web Application Server (WebAS). WebAS is a very powerful and highly standardized platform. WebAS could be installed on a variety of hardware and could work with various databases. This gives IT department great flexibility in terms of SAP`s installation. WebAS supports popular programming language and protocols including Web Services, XML, HTML, ABAP, and Java.ABAP is SAP's traditional programming language. Hence WebAS is very flexible in terms of its development capabilities as well.

Three-Tiered Architecture

SAP software uses a three-tiered architecture. In a three-tiered architecture there are three nodes:

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Presentation Layer or Client Business Logic or Application Server Database Server

Presentation Layer

Various devices could be used to access SAP business software. For example: desktop, mobile devices, laptops, and so run. This device would be called a presentation layer. You might have to install a piece of software on these devices so that they could talk to the application server (computer running the actual SAP software). You could also use your web browser to access SAP application. Whatever the case may be, the front end device would communicate with the application server. The device would simply display you a presentation layer while the application is actually running on the application server. The device is also called a "client".

Application Server

The actual SAP software runs on an application server. Client node simply displays the image of the screen that is actually being produced on the application server. It is important to note the application server only runs SAP software. Data is not stored in application server

Database Server

Data is stored on a separate machine called database server. Presentation layer communicates with application server to retrieve the screen image to be displayed to the user. Application server in turn communicates with the database server to write data to the database and to retrieve data from the database. The database server would be hosting a database management system like Oracle. Oracle is the most popular choice of database to be used with SAP software. Other databases could be used as well e.g. SQL Server (from Microsoft) and DB2 (form IBM).


Network is an important part of a three tiered architecture. The client computer would connect to the application server through internet, or company specific intranet, local area, network, dial up line etc. Similar media is used by application server to communicate with database server. This way user can run business application virtually from anywhere.

Scalability, Flexibility, and Ease of Maintenance

Three-tiered architecture provides scalability and flexibility. If overtime, load is increased on the application server, then another application server could be added. Or simply more memory or CPU could be added to the same application server without disturbing other nodes. Similarly database server could be upgraded without touching the other nodes. Also when it is time to upgrade the business logic to a newer version, only application server absorbs the new business logic patches.

Service-Oriented Architecture

SAP is SOA enabled. SOA (pronounced as so-uh) stands for Service-Oriented Architecture. SOA architecture is based on NetWeaver technology. Being SOA enabled means that SAP software support service calls. Any program (even external to SAP) can make a service call to SAP to retrieve some useful information or to register new information. For example let’s say you have developed an external website that needs to retrieve current pricing information from SAP software. Instead of retrieving information from the database (by writing SQL) your website will make a service all to SAP requesting prices on selected items. Also your website may make a service call to SAP to register a new customer. The information might arrive to your program responsible for generating website in an XML (Extensible Mark-up Language) format.XML is a popular choice of protocol for data exchange. You can then parse this data and display it to the website in any layout you like using HTML (Hypertext

Process Name: Message Letter: M Description: Manages communication between application servers.update work processes V1 . and batch jobs.high priority update V2 . This is the language that your browser can decode.dial work process V . SAP Processes SAP runs eight different types of processes on Application Server.enqueue B . Process Name: Gateway Letter: G Description: Communicates with other SAP and non-SAP systems. There are three SAP Profiles:    Default Profile Start Profile Instance Profile An SAP System may consists of more than one SAP instance for the purpose of load balancing.message service S . It makes it easy for external applications to communicate with SAP. SAP Profiles SAP Profiles are text files containing configuration information. where          D .Mark-up Language). How many actual processes would be run for each type is dictated by SAP instance profiles (which we will talk about next).spooling (print) G . Process Name: Enqueue Letter: E Description: Manages database locks. Default Profile contains information common to all SAP instances within an SAP system. It would contain configuration information like: . Process Name: Spool Letter: S Description: Manages print jobs (the print spool). SOA architecture brings flexibility to the table. reports. Process Name: Synchronous Update Letter: V1 Description: Processes immediate updates to the database Letter: V2 Description: Processes updates to the database on a lower priority than V1. Websites are built using HTML language. These SAP processed are sometimes references as DVEBMSG. on time-permits basis. DVEBMSG Descriptions Process Name: Dialog Letter: D Description: Process real-time information in the foreground Process Name: Background Letter: D Description: Background processing for long-running processes. Start profile contains the executable commands for starting SAP processes.low priority update E .gateway System Administrator can monitor these processes through SAP's front end interface. There would be one Instance profile for each SAP instance.background/batch jobs M . Instance profile contains information specific to an instance.

Failure of even one component could halt the whole system.g. Spending little more money upfront could save the company tons of dollars on monthly maintenance and downtime costs. One time low up front cost should be a decision making criteria. HP and Dell are big players in this market. Servers vary in performance as well. Machines could be carved up into partitions or virtual machines. All kind of systems are available in SAP hardware marketplace. Hardware consists of:     Servers (middle tier and database tier computers) Disk Storage System Network Gear (routers. Typically high performance servers are used at database tier. from small and medium user platforms to large and highly resilient platforms. Propriety Platforms Most large hardware vendors use proprietary CPU (Central Processing Units) chips in their machines. Total cost through the life time of the system should be considered while making a decision. Most solutions cannot be compared as apples to apples. If you seek to retire SAP then you can simply use the same box internally after deploying less expensive operating system like Linux. solutions from different vendors should be compared. For example HP's Itanium2-based IA64 also supports Linux and Windows operating systems X64 Platforms Late trend is investing in x64 platforms. HP’s end-of-plife PA-RISC running HP-UX operating system. When making a hardware purchase decision. Sun also offers bit of a choice. Main factors influencing server performance include:      CPUs Speed of CPUs Amount of RAM Internal server architecture Support for high-speed disk operations Servers also vary in terms of configuration flexibility and adaptability. Some large platforms are also capable of scale on the fly to meet the changing needs. You should also explore the ability of the machine to run other operating system as well. Some businesses choose to utilize high performance machines at all tiers. costing the company millions of dollars. While other businesses might decide to go with low end hardware across the board relying on SAP's horizontal scalability. availability. E. and reliability offered by the two systems could differ considerably. An x64 platform is a low cost server based on Intel or AMD CPU rather than proprietary CPU.   Memory configuration Buffer sizes Number of Work Processes SAP Hardware Hard is an essential component of a SAP system. HP’s Itanium2-based IA64 running HP-UX operating system. Also most large vendors support only proprietary OS (Operating System) Examples are:    IBM’s POwerPC chip running AIX operating system. High Availability . one solution could support the same workload as the other system but the level of scalability. Windows based desktops and laptops that you buy from retail stores are also x64 machines. Recently x64 machines have become very powerful and now are rivalling proprietary systems in terms of high availability and visualization options. switches etc) Take Backup Units All of these components work together to create a healthy system. SAP Hardware Solution An SAP solution may utilize severs from any of the three categories. while a middle tier could utilize inexpensive servers. Server Hardware Server hardware comes in three main categories:    Small Medium High A server can cost from a few thousand dollars to several million.

SAP Operating Systems Operating system is a software that lets applications and other software to communicate with computer hardware. High availability features include:    Redundant power supplies Disk array controllers (RAID) (array of disks keeps system running even if one disk fails) Support for multiple network cards Networks should be configured in a redundant fashion as well. Disk subsystems could be used at database tier or at middle tier. Selecting OS When making a decision on which Operating System to use with your SAP system. you should keep in mind following features:     Memory Management Crash Recovery Patch Management Security . Red Hat Linux. High availability is an implementation of features that ensures a certain absolute degree of operational continuity.br> Example includes file sharing. All other software runs on top of the operating system. and high-end. Using dual network switches is a good example in this regards. Solaris. Even if you are incurring additional charges you should consider high availability feature for SAP. mid-tier. cost of retraining. SAP software is only supported on 64-bit operating systems. only 64-bit hardware should be considered unless you have good reasons to support older versions of SAP or some other related software that only runs on 32-bit environment. AIX. Storage for SAP Storage used with SAP system should support redundant connectivity between the storage device and the servers connected to it. RAID 0 is the cheapest and RAID 10 is the most expensive option. Solaris is a UNIX version for Sun machines. RAID is a technology that allowed computer users to achieve high levels of storage reliability from low-cost and less reliable PC-class disk-drive components. This is achieved by arranging the devices into arrays for redundancy. and cost of hiring new staff Support from operating system vendors Confidence on the Operating System and the vendor Verifiable client references Relationship of operating system vendor with SAP 64-bit OS Starting 2007. and performance.High availability feature is very important for an SAP system. Red Hat Linux.      Current skill set of IT staff. cost. For SAP systems. Consider operating system as a layer on top of hardware. Disk Subsystem Hardware Disk subsystems are enclosures for multiple disks. z/OS. and Suse Linux could be installed on x64 (Intel/AMD CPU) machines. The demand for 32-bit hardware and therefore 32-bit operating system is reducing with time. This will avoid the single point of failure RAID RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) should be configured as well.HP-UX UNIX is a UNIX for HP machines OS400 is an operating system that runs on IBM’s AS/400 machines. OS400. HP-UX Unix. Suse Linux. Examples of operating systems on which SAP software could run include: Microsoft Windows Server. RAID comes in following levels:     Level 0 Level 1 Level 5 Level 10 Different levels provide various combinations of availability. 64-bit hardware is more prevalent. support for network connections etc. Microsoft Windows Server. Network-attached storage (NAS) is example of lesser extent disk systems. Z/OS is an operating system that runs on mainframe machines. SANs and NAS devices are marketed under three categories: low-tier. Storage Area Networks (SANs) are example of most robust and high performance disk systems. . Operating system provides basic services to applications. Operating System for SAP Following factors should be considered when deciding which Operating System to use with SAP.

SAP System would consist of multiple SAPSID folders on difference Application Server machines and a database. SAP is installed on the directory: /usr/sap On Windows SAP resides in: x:\usr\sap Where x is a drive letter. you are talking about an SAPSID folder on an Application Server and the database associated with this folder. Multiple SAP Instances One Application Server (or host) could contain multiple SAP instances. SAPSID folders on all Application Servers would be talking to the same database. In other words there would be multiple SAPSID folders under the directory /usr/sap (x:\user\sap on Window). Not all platforms supports all databases. The folder /usr/sap could contain more than one SAP instance. SAP OS Directory Structure On UNIX and Linux OS. for example: PROD. It is important to know the difference between SAP System (pairing) and SAP instance (folder). If you have multiple SAP instances on Windows machine then all instances must be installed under the same directory SAPMNT. SAP Instance SAP instance resides on an Application Server under the directory: Windows: x:\usr\sap\sapsid Unix/Linux: /usr/sap/sapsid The SAP instance on an Application Server communicates with a database associated with this instance. On all OS. An Application Server may host more than one SAP instance under the directory /usr/sap SAP Database SAP supports most databases. TEST etc. SAP supports most databases including:     Microsoft SQL Server IBM DB2 Oracle MaxDB . Linux. Load Balancing When number of users increases. Load is shared by making users connect to different Application Servers. When load balancing is implemented. and Windows the next directory level is SID. load balancing is implemented. Each SAPSID folder would point to its own database. On windows the folder x:\usr\sap is shared as SAPMNT. SAP instance on an Application Server together with its associated database is called an "SAP System". When selecting a platform you should keep in mind the choice of databases you would be restricted to. virus scanning software and backup solutions would work with this operating system. Load balancing software controls which user would connect to would Application Server. SID stands for SAP system identifier. In that case you also have to make sure that your existing monitoring applications. Where SAPSID is the actual name of the SAP identifier. You can access this folder from other machine as \\machinename\sapmnt where machine name is the name or IP address of the machine hosting SAP. UNIX. The term "SAP System" is also known as "SAP Installation". All sibling SAPSID folders together with their database would be called one SAP System. However you may be restricted to only a few based on the platform (hardware/OS) you have selected. SAP System refers to the pair of SAP instance and its database. When you talk about an SAP System or an SAP Installation.   Clustering Capabilities Support for third party management utilities Presence of built-in management utilities It may or may not be compatible with your IT department's vision to invest in new toolsets. The SAPSID folder is simply cloned to more than one Application Servers.

3 etc. the standby system is ready to be activated as production. 2. For example Name. Each record (or row) of the table represents an instance on the entity. This relationship is represented in tables. For example: SAP ERP. After establishing this relationship the database would not let you insert a value in DEPTID column of EMPLOYEE table that does not exist in ID column of DEPARTMENT table. Let’s take a case of EMPLOYEE and DEPARTMENT tables. The tables are tied to each other through relationships. Salary. Programs and Data You can think of SAP as a combination of two things:   Programs Data .g. This creates uniqueness for each row. That is why there are ID columns in tables. you cannot insert 30 in DEPTID because it does not exist in DEPARTMENT table. Information is stored in tables within a database. Something of importance is referred to as entities. Names. This is where the name "relational database" comes from. It is more common on Linux platform. A table stores information about entities e. Database Overview You can imagine database as a filing system that contains useful information. Log Shipping Most databases support log shipping feature including Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. one to many. TABLE: DEPARTMENT ID NAME 10 Sales 20 Finance In a EMPLOYEE table we would store employee IDs. then SAP ERP would have its own database and SAP CRM would have its own database as well. and the Department ID in which they work. Log shipping is a concept where changes to the database are transferred in regular intervals to another standby database. Department Number etc are attributes of an Employee. If a company is using both components SAP ERP and SAP CRM. TABLE: EMPLOYEE ID NAME DEPTID 10 Scott 10 20 Larry 10 30 Peter 20 The DEPTID column of EMPLOYEE table is tied to the ID column of the DEPARTMENT table creating one to many relationship (through a foreign key) Each department could be assigned to various employees. When production system goes down for any reason.MAX DB MaxDB is SAP's own database. The columns of the table represent attributes of the entity. Department etc. You can imagine table as a spreadsheet with rows and columns. A database could contain many tables Tables Table has rows and columns. No two rows could be the same. Tables Relationships Tables are tied together through relationships Entities could have one to one. or many to many relationships with each other. It is a low-cost alternative to other popular databases. there are cells. Employee.g. It is growing in popularity. SAP CRM etc Each component generally has its own database. Each value represent distinct instance of the entity. E. In a DEPARTMENT table we would store department IDs and Names. Cells contain values. This would result in almost zero downtime. At the intersection of rows and columns. SAP Components and Databases SAP software has various components (or products). For example Scott and Larry. ID columns contain incremental values like 1.

Database contain actual data (in tables) that would be retrieved and modified by the programs SAP Tables SAP database contains thousands of tables. The design process should start early.000 tables. The above questions are answered by IT department working closely with SAP's implementation consultants (integrator) and the hardware partners. Business should be engaged as quickly as possible to gather requirements. Lets say a program has requested the database to fetch records for all employees whose name is SCOTT. 50% of the SAP database size comprise of indexes. list of states within USA etc. Imagine a table containing 1 million records. For example SAP ERP database contains more than 30. What would be the size of the database and hence the disk capacity of the database server. Pointers could be used to retrieve other attributes of the entity residing in the actual table e.g. What SAP components will be deployed.Programs contain application logic. Some lighter products like SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI) contains less than 10. How the components will be they deployed. SALARY etc. What would be the disaster recovery plan. The process of planning the environment is called "sizing". Full table scan slows down the performance as it is time consuming. Indexes are created to avoid the full table scan. Index could be scans in a matter of seconds since it is a small object as oppose to the table. The database would have to start reading the table from row 1 to the last row until it finds all the records where name is SCOTT. The table that remain unchanged are mostly master tables. In SAP about 10% of the tables contain 90% of the data.g. Journal etc. What kind of performance is acceptable especially when workload is high (month-end processes). Indexes Tables store data. This is called a full table scan. Indexes are used to speed up retrieval of data. (Time when system is not down). first the database would visit this index. Index has pointers pointing to the actual rows of the table. First the database finds all desired values within the index. The database is there to make the data retrieval and data modification easy for the programs. how validate invoices. Master tables contain master data like list of currencies. The tables that grow in size are most transactional tables. . Programs are separate from the database. How scalable the system needs to be (How fast the company will grow). That means few tables grow in size while other remains relatively constant. The actual EMP table could have more than 10 columns.000 tables. Now if you ask the database to retrieve all rows where NAME is SCOTT. What should be the availability of the system. SAP Sizing Before SAP software is installed SAP environment must be planned. The index on NAME column could be imagined as a table with one column NAME. Programs contain application logic e. Programs read data from the database and also write data to the database.    SAP Indexes SAP relies heavily on indexes to improve the performance. Imagine index as a table that only contains one or two columns. Following decisions must be made:          How many installations would be there in the landscape (see next article). In this example you would create an index on column NAME of EMPLOYEE table. Transactional tables contain transactions like Invoices. Master data does not change as often as transactional data. how to create checks. How many application servers (middle tier) will be deployed to share the load.

Sandbox could be used for technical training. Programmers . Analyst’s roles are vital for an SAP implementation. Quality assurance or Test System . When a company undergo SAP implementation. New things could be tried safely in this environment. Analysts are also referred to as consultants. Technology Stack: ABAP and Java SAP components are either built on ABAP technology stack or on Java technology stack. This decision is part of the "sizing". Analysts work with client's business-side counterparts or super users. This makes easy for super users to gain SAP knowledge. This has to be figured out before starting the actual installation. Super users have little bit of IT knowledge as well. Person responsible for implementing security works closely with functional team to make sure security is implemented as per business requirements. From a technical roadmap perspective it is important to decide how many SAP installations would be there in your landscape. Following roles come into play in a new SAP implementation and in an environment where SAP is already implemented:      Super Users Functional and Technical Analysts System Administrator Programmers Project Managers Super Users In any SAP environment. Before sizing the SAP installation it is import to determine which technical stack would be deployed. more analysts will be required. The functional analyst would then work with technical analyst of that module. business process owners.SAP security also comes under Basis. it needs personnel who can champion business solution for their team.0 component requires ABAP. This person often takes team lead role or architect role. When developers modify the applications or functional consultant modifies any setup.Used by testers to test the new development.Used by users to run the business. Either one is support as well as both are supported in conjunction. Once approved changes are moved over to the Production System. by working closely with super users. Such systems are called "Stage" systems. Some companies also keep dedicates systems for testing new releases. It is a high level programming language created by SAP. changes are first promoted to the Test System where testers test the changes. They work closely with SAP functional consultants. System Administrator System Administrator is an expert on Basis module of SAP. SAP Instances An SAP environment consists of multiple SAP instances or installations. Technical analysts are also called functional developers or configuration experts.Used by developers to develop or modify the software. Production System . Both functional and technical analysts role are aligned with a particular SAP module or group of modules.Then SAP integrator and hardware partners should translate these requirements into sizing recommendations. ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming. More modules a company will implement. Most common approach is to have three installations (also refer to as three-system landscape):    Development System . For example Employee Self-Service component requires Java whereas ERP 6. Job of a functional analyst is to gain business requirements. to implement SAP. Functional and Technical Analysts Analysts could be divided into two types: functional and technical. The person is expected to design overall technical strategy. business analysts. to have SAP configured according to the business requirements captured. SAP components that are being implemented dictates which technology stack company will end up using. The SAP NetWeaver platform supports both technology stacks: ABAP and Java. Other companies would simply test the new releases on their Test Systems. Some companies keep a separate installation as "sandbox". Each installation would have its own application tier and a database tier. These are called super users. Hence each installation would be using at least two machines. They have the ability to bring along those as well who are challenged by new technology. a gap has to be bridged between business requirements and business processes. The SAP Master Guides help you find out which underlying technology stack (ABAP or Java) is behind which module SAP Opportunities SAP Roles Both technical and functional jobs are created when a company plans to SAP implementation or when a company maintains already implemented system. Functional analysts are also called configuration leads. Super users are the first one to get training on SAP software. These roles require a person to have excellent coordination expertise.

ABAP stands for: Advanced Business Application Programming. 1) What is the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows? The terms 32-bit and 64-bit refer to the way a computer's processor (also called a CPU). "32-bit Operating System" appears for the system type under System. 2. it must be enabled in BIOS. user can easily check and determine if the system is x86 or x64 architecture. With the evolving of software development. and enhanced security features. VMware is the market leader in virtualization Hardware virtualization technology or VT is built-in natively by CPU processors. 2) What is Virtualization? Virtualization is a proven software technology that is rapidly transforming the IT landscape and fundamentally changing the way that people compute. Note: Microsoft Win32 uses the x86 processor in 32-bit flat mode. and SAP Enterprise Portal etc. SAP AG would not support software if it is too old.NET. And even if the CPU features VT. SAP Process Integration. Companies have to keep pace with the new releases in order to keep their SAP support valid. handles information. absence and operational status and displays the status of the three most significant security-related processor features:    64-bit instruction extensions Hardware support for detecting and preventing the execution of code in program data areas Hardware support for system resource “virtualization” SAP Installation: . the VT is called Intel VT. Therefore. Programmers are also called developers and ABAPers (pronounced as ah-bop-ers). With SecurAble. When there is no VT support. The security features that are available in the 64-bit versions of Windows include the following:    Kernel Patch Protection Support for hardware-backed Data Execution Protection (DEP) Mandatory driver signing Removal of support for 32-bit drivers  Removal of the 16-bit subsystem One of the greatest advantages of using a 64-bit version of Windows is the ability to access physical memory (RAM) that is above the 4-gigabyte (GB) range. The 64-bit version of Windows handles large amounts of random access memory (RAM) more effectively than a 32-bit system. This leaves most machines vastly underutilized. Demand for project managers is increasing as number of SAP implementations and upgrades are increasing. Besides ABAP. The main differences between the 32-bit versions of Windows and the 64-bit versions of Windows relate to memory accessibility. In fact. most modern CPU microprocessors have great lots of features and capabilities other than constantly higher clock rate. and cannot be added or removed using any manual process. Today’s powerful x86 computer hardware was designed to run a single operating system and a single application. a x86-based version means a 32-bit version operating system. There is a high demand for project managers specialized in SAP. and then click Properties. Most of the SAP software is written in ABAP language. For example if a company is using SAP Financials and Oracle Manufacturing then programmers will write interface so that both business software could communicate with each other. programmers are also expected to know Java. PMP (Project Management Professional) certification from PMI (Project Management Institute) would come handy if you wish to go this route. you must have 64-bit device drivers for the devices that are in the computer You may want to determine whether the platform of Windows is installed. Programmers are also required when interfaces need to be written. follow these steps: 1.SAP programmers are specialized in programming language called ABAP. determine the presence. some of these features are now required. To verify that you have the platform of Windows. To use a 64-bit version of Windows. Different virtual machines can run different operating systems and multiple applications on the same physical computer. you must have a computer that has a 64-bit processor. The VT capability in the processor on the computer is built onto the tiny piece of chip. Software code is only modified if team is unable to achieve the desired results using functional configuration. SAP Business Intelligence. while AMD calls it AMD-V. Customization simply means modifying the code such that the functionality of the application fits the business requirement. You can consider breaking into SAP arena as a project manager. . ABAP is a C like language. support hardware DEP and/or hardware virtualization. Upgrades are something that will keep on happening. Many consulting companies have established Project Management Offices (PMOs) in order to coordinate groups of project managers.The operating system appears as follows: oFor a 64-bit version operating system. This physical memory is not addressable by 32-bit versions of Windows. Most newer CPU includes VT operation by default. SecurAble probes the system’s processor. oFor a 32-bit version operating system. While others are leaping aboard the virtualization bandwagon now.Click Start. right-click Computer. as new product releases will keep on occurring. Windows Virtual PC may fail to install or cannot be powered up and started virtual machine 3) How do I know if I can run a 64-bit Virtual Machine on my Computer? Most users who buy computer are just paying notice to the speed (how fast) and size of RAM memory (how big) of the PC. Also. In Intel chip. Programmers mainly come into the picture when customization is needed. Interfaces connect SAP with external software. memory management. "64-bit Operating System" appears for the system type under System. some older or even current processors available for purchase for DIY or operating on OEM computer may not support VT. Virtualization lets you run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. sharing the resources of that single computer across multiple environments. Project Management Project Manager is responsible for managing SAP implementation project or an upgrade project. However.

we also endeavour to stop people being deceived by unscrupulous websites. http://www. All downloads are available for free.sap. We respect the law and protect the rights of the original vendor. .1)We do not sell any SAP IDES software's and people who are selling this in the market are doing illegally which is against the law and in breach of copyrights of SAP AG Germany. including SAP NetWeaver trial software. it is only provided for easy browsing of the desired information. tools based on SAP products. samples and many more. widgets.com/irj/scn/downloads Note: Integra Services do not own any responsibility of your use or otherwise of the information provided in the above web link.sdn. 3) The remit of our services is strictly limited to the possibility of providing technical assistance for people who want to learn SAP and also professionals who may need help in troubleshooting during SAP Installation. 2) The SAP Community Network provides an SAP Software Download Catalog for all downloads.

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