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SAP NetWeaver Mobile

Mobile - Occasionally Connected

How-To Guides

This is a collection of How-to Guides that provide expert advice and tips and tricks on a broad range of topics and challenges.

These guides are based on SAP NetWeaver 2004. Access to more How-to guides of other areas or releases.


Installation

Selection of Mobile Devices             
The focus of this paper is to help you to select the best possible device(s) for your mobile needs in this environment

MI Scalability Guide            
The Best Practices Document here focuses on how to setup a scalable Mobile peripheral device, such as a printer, RFID reader or a barcode scanner. Installing the necessary drivers and configuring them is a necessity in order to enable them to work properly."

Upgrading from ME 2.1 to MI 2.5 Best Practices            
Best Practices for upgrading the ME 2.1 to MI 2.5

Peripheral Driver Configuration(Soon to come)When implementing a mobile solution, the application may be more useful with the addition of a peripheral device, such as a printer, RFID reader or a barcode scanner. Installing the necessary drivers and configuring them is a necessity in order to enable them to work properly.

How to Set up Additional WIN32 J2EE Engine for Setup Package Creation with MI         
Find detailed information on how to set up an additional WIN32 J2EE engine and which configuration steps are necessary to use it for Setup Package Creation (SPC).


Security

How to Configure Single Sign-On Support of SAP Mobile Infrastructure           
This guide introduces the technical requirements and details for implementing SAP Mobile Infrastructure in Single Sign-On environments. It also offers specific example scenarios.

How to Enable Secure Synchronization with the ABAP Synchronization Service            
SAP Mobile Infrastructure uses per default the HTTP protocol for data transfer between client and server. If you transfer business sensitive data via public networks HTTP may not meets your security requirements, as the data is transferred as a plain data stream which could be intercepted by unauthorized parties. SAP Mobile Infrastructure offers the opportunity to switch to the SSL based HTTPS protocol, which offers authentication based on certificates as well as encrypted data transfer. (Last Updated August 9, 2007)

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Smart Synchronization Troubleshooting Guide             
Troubleshooting Guide for Smart Sync

How to Enable Monitoring with SAP NetWeaver Mobile Administrator  (PDF 1.3MB) The NetWeaver  Mobile Administration contains besides other functionality four monitoring tools giving you in-depth insights into your mobile landscape. With SP18 of SAP NetWeaver ‛04 a new administration UI for Mobile Infrastructure 2.5 was introduced. It is completely integrated into the SAP NetWeaver Administrator (NWA). (Updated August 8, 2007)


Application Development

How to Tips and Tricks for Developing High-Performance, Stable MI Applications            
This paper describes how to implement applications based on SAP Mobile Infrastructure. It covers all key steps in the development process, including data access, user interface improvements, and more. It also offers code samples.

Best Practices for SyncBO Design          
Best Practices for SyncBO Design
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