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ISA technology

Hi all,

I'm looking for a quick overview of ISA-technology.

Does it:

- Use BSP-technology (if not, how are the webpages generated)

- In which functionalities is JAVA used

- How & where are enhancements done & are the ISA enhancements related to other SAP technology?

Thx in advance for all info,


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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 11:02 AM

    Hi Michael

    The web pages are generated through JSP are text based documents capable of returning dynamic content to a client browser.Java server pages contain a mix of mark up code(Such as HTML&XML),Porgramming code and special JSP tags allowing to access to components such as java Beans.An integration solution for generating and returning dynamic webpage content such as HTML or XML to a client browser.

    JSP replaces the SAP proprietary technology(ITS,Flow Logic)

    New JSP technology runs on java web application servers (For eg SAP J2EE Engine,IBM Webshere)

    No changes in CRM business logic (ABAP),the same API's are used .Migration effort limited to frontend.

    Environment for professional web design with out limits(layout,interaction logic)

    JSP/Struts enabled webshop

    Business logic and backend access reaqlized in Java

    Flow logic realized by struts action concept

    UI realized by JSP and Java taglibs

    I hope this helps


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