Engineered to be worse

When I’m out and about, I pay close attention to the processes that are used in every aspect of our daily lives. My friends sometimes think it’s annoying, but I have also imagined some of our best process innovations for customers through these...
Thoughts on SAP System IDs

Thoughts on SAP System IDs

To prepare for our annual review of our landscape, I sat down this week for some light reading with my handy SAP Master Guide for Netweaver. If you’re not already performing a landscape review, I encourage you to make this an annual process. Many times, a...

SAPgui 7.3 and Java

We are not fans of Java. Quite frankly, considering the constant updates needed and the inability to shut off Java checks for updates, it’s time for something new. I have been happily using SAPgui 7.2 without a problem for over a year now. Our developers...

To BDC or not to BDC?

The increasing use of BDCs in standard application programs in the past couple of years has prompted me to write this article. What is a BDC? A little bit of background: BDC, which stands for Batch Data Conversion, is a technique developed by SAP to allow developers...

Why It will take time to establish SAP HANA

As you may have heard SAP has been making a lot of noise lately with their improved database technology, this was described in Hasso Plattner’s keynote address for Sapphire and in subsequent new articles there is a lot of buzz about how this finally will...

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