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How-To Guides for SAP NetWeaver CE/MDM/Mobile/PI 7.1 - User Productivity

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These How-to Guides, developed by SAP NetWeaver Regional Implementation Groups (RIG) worldwide, provide expert advice and tips and tricks on a broad range of topics. Access all How-to Guides by release or topic.

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This guide provides recommendations for configuring initial permissions to enable the pre-configured portal roles to access initial content objects relevant to each role. The two main topics are security zones and portal content. Jul 18, 2011
The enhancements to message monitoring screen in 7.3 explains the new user interface and features added to ease the use of message monitoring.09 Dec 2010
How to Monitoring and Tracking in DOE

The monitoring and tracking component of the DOE is primarily responsible for keeping track of the performance parameters of the various operations/components within the Data Orchestration Engine.09 Dec 2010

Part I How to Customize Look and Feel using Ajax Framework L-Shape API

This guide is the first guide of a series that will give you an overview of the required steps to create your own framework page and will focus on the navigation capabilities provided by the Navigation API.23 Nov 2010

How to Configure SSL for SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1

In order to use HTTPS based SSL for the mobile clients to communicate with the data orchestration engine (DOE), both the mobile server and/or clients must be configured. In this document, step-by-step procedures for the configuration from the usage perspective are explained.17 Dec 2009

How to Use Portal Session Notification with Your Own Custom Applications

The SAP Enterprise Portal offers a mechanism called Session Release Notification. This feature is used by SAP applications running inside the portal to close their sessions in case the user closes the browser window, navigates away from the application or does a log-off from the SAP Portal. This How-To guide explains what you must do to accomplish this for your own custom developed applications integrated into the portal.01 Sep 2009

Setting Up an Environment for Testing Applications in a Federated Portal Network (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

This Guide Provides guidelines for setting up a basic federated portal network (FPN) environment in which you can test your portal applications.23 Jun 2009

How to Track Queues in SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1

In Data Orchestration Engine, various queues are used from design time to typical daily synchronizations. Those queues that need special attention can be monitored in the Queue Tracking tool of the admin portal of SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1 without calling queue monitoring transactions. This document explains how to check queues using the Queue Tracking tool.16 Jun 2009


How to Check SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1 System Status and System Summary

This document explains an entry point to check the system and how to maintain, which is one of the daily tasks of a mobile administrator.01 Jun 2009

How to Monitor Communication Sessions in SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1

Sometimes a mobile client fails to synchronize due to unstable network, etc. Monitoring communication sessions is useful to check whether client synchronization was completed or not, and see the transferred messages in a session.This document explains how to monitor such sessions and suggested solution when a problem occurs.01 Jun 2009
Messages exchanged between DOE and client can be monitored in the Message Monitorin Tool of SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1. This document explains where to watch when data do not reach the desired recipients or do not get loaded in SAP NetWeaver Mobile 7.1. It also explains problem finding and further steps with some examples.01 Jun 2009
This guide describe how to use a function key that allows you to trigger an action using a specific key on a mobile device.01 Jun 2009
The goal of Internationalization is to provide the technical foundation to enable programs to support multiple scripts and languages without redesign or modification. Once a user has selected a log-in language, the program should transparently alter their run-time behavior to meet the expectations of the user. In this tutorial, the task is to develop an internationalized WebDynpro Java application with Interactive Forms by Adobe that is available in different languages: English, French, Canadian French.25 May 2009
This document describes configuration and other required activities for creating a mobile handheld application in an NWDI track. You use this feature for mobile developments that include multiple users working on a single project.01 May 2009
In your business scenario you have a requirement to digitally sign an interactive form with a server credential. This guide will demonstrate how to configure the server credentials for form signing, how to apply these certificates on the interactive forms as well as how to validate these certificates with the use of the Adobe Document Services API.

Download attached system files 01 Apr 2009


How to Secure the Access to the Adobe Document Services

This document guides you how to configure an SAP NetWeaver CE Application Server 7.1 Java Adobe Document Services for secured access.01 Apr 2009

How to Build JavaServer Faces (JSF) UI Custom Components

This guide will cover how to extend JavaServer Faces by creating your own custom UI components. It will introduce a simple “Hello World” custom component to explain the main concepts and the basic issues that you encounter in all custom components01 Mar 2009
Short Messaging Service or SMS in short is a very common way of communicating information to mobile users. You can leverage this fact for communicating enterprise information, too. This guide provides information on the SMS channel, including its concept, configuration activities, and implementation steps.28 Jan 2009
Learn how to use XML to automate the creation of portal content objects and the execution of actions in the Portal Content Directory (PCD). You can create mass content without the need to use the portal wizards and editors. In addition, advanced users can perform batch operations and make pinpoint modifications within a large content base.24 Dec 2008


How to Convert Visual Composer Models

This How-To guide explains the preparations and procedures users and modelers need to take when preparing to upgrade a existing Visual Composer 7.0 model in Visual Composer for SAP NetWeaver CE7.123 Dec 2008

How to Handle Value Change Events

The following guide will explain when the events are processed by the JSF request processing lifecycle and will give you an example on how to respond to value change events.06 Oct 2008


How to Handle Value Change Events

The following guide will explain when the events are processed by the JSF request processing lifecycle and will give you an example on how to respond to value change events.06 Oct 2008

How to Call an EJB from JSF

This guide explains how to create a JSF application that calls an EJB Module and how to use Java EE annotation.19 Sep 2008

How to Call an Enterprise Service from JSF

This guide explains how to create a JSF application that invokes an Enterprise Service.29 Aug 2008


How to Develop International JSF Applications

This guide shows you how to organize the texts (messages, labels, titles) on your application so it will meet the requirements of any specific geographic region of the world.

Session from BW and Portals 2004, SAP Insider and SAP Related Download the system files here 22 Aug 2008

How to Develop Custom Converters and Validators

This guide extends the Convert And Validate Data tutorial and shows you how to implement application-specific converters and validators.

Session from BW and Portals 2004, SAP Insider and SAP Related Download the system files here 15 Aug 2008

How to Convert and Validate Data

This guide explains how input data is converted and validated against some application-specific constraints to maintain its integrity.08 Aug 2008

How to Rollout Device Using Setup Package

A device being set up with a setup package will be ready to use without initial synchronization. Learn how to create a distributable package containing mobile client setup files, database, JRE, application and its initial data. Also learn how to install this package on a mobile device.01 Aug 2008

How to Rollout Device Using Software Package

Learn how to create a distributable software package used for mass device setup. The package can contain mobile client setup files, database, JRE, and application, and it is reusable by many devices. Also learn how to install this package on a mobile device.01 Aug 2008

How to Create Your First JSF Application

This document guides you you through the creation of a simple Java EE 5 application comprising a simple Java class and two JSF views.23 Jul 2008

How to Create a Hello World Application Using JavaServer Faces

This document guides you through the creation of a simple Hello World Java ServerFaces (JSF) application. You will learn how to create and configure the projects needed to develop JSF.02 Jul 200

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