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Can we use SAP mobile infrastructure to develop a protocol stag in place of C language for developing GSM technologies?

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 11:11 AM

    Hi Sreenivas,

    The SAP Mobile Infrastructure (MI) is a technology platform for offline access to SAP systems or other ERP systems via portable devices like PDAs or laptops. However, SAP MI only uses GSM technologies to link the client devices to the server.

    The applications developed in SAP MI represent business processes in organisations and are based on Java and ABAP. Though I have never worked on 'Protocol Stag' by myself, I assume it is more to do with networking, which not part of functionalities supported by SAP MI.

    Hope this helps. I will be able assist you better if tell me what is 'Protocol Stag' and what it is used for.

    Regards,

    Rahul

    If this of any help, kindly asign me some points.

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