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R/3 Application in browser

Hi,

we want to run r/3 application in a browser, we have installed the WEBAS 6.4 on a seprate server.Now please help me us to configure WebAS with r/3 so that we can use it in our browser using webas.

Or please guide us what area to configure so that WEBAS connect with our R/3 applications.

We dont want any development, is there any built in services in webWEBAS to support as a front end for r/3.

Thanks

Usman Rana

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2006 at 04:51 PM

    I think you want to take a look at ITS(Internet Transaction Server). You may also want to check the ITS forum here on SDN.

    ITS is a piece of "middleware" that is used to access R/3 from a browser, it is a screen-scraper(converts dynpros to HTML format) and displays in the browser, there will be some differences between the transaction menu in ITS, but all of the functionality behind the transaction is exactly the same.

    REgards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 12:40 PM

    Hi,

    If you have already installed the ITS and configured it u have to publish all the services.For this run the program W3_PUBLISH_SERVICES.

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