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Need for SAP Netweaver

Hi Friends,

My Company is already using R/3. Why there is need to go for SAP Netweaver ? can i keep R/3 into Netweaver and Run on that.

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vja

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  • Posted on Aug 24, 2006 at 07:05 AM

    Hi,

    You don't need to go for NW if you're only using the classic ERP stuff like FI, HR, etc.

    If you need thing like the enterprise portal, XI, etc. NW is needed. It can run beside each other and integrate perfectly. In fact they share the same base.

    More info on NW can be found at

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/netweaver

    • Introdution to NetWeaver

    http://searchSAP.com/r/0,,41186,00.htm

    • NetWeaver planning and integration

    http://searchSAP.com/r/0,,41186,00.htm

    • Advice on NetWeaver

    http://searchSAP.com/r/0,,41186,00.htm

    • Using NetWeaver

    http://searchSAP.com/r/0,,41186,00.htm

    Eddy

    PS.

    Put yourself on the SDN world map (http://sdn.idizaai.be/sdn_world/sdn_world.html) and earn 25 points.

    Spread the wor(l)d!

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2006 at 04:26 PM

    Hi

    SAP Netweaver is the basis for SAP. Check the details from here

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/30/c4461ff69d5a438f1286e344b545fa/frameset.htm

    R/3 is integrated suite of business application.

    cheers

    Jawahar Govindaraj

    PS:Reward pts

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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 05:33 AM

    Before NetWeaver, application server of SAP is called SAP Basis. Solutions like ERP runs on SAP Basis. From ECC 5.0 with NetWeaver 6.2, the name changed. So now all SAP solutions except Business One should run on NetWeaver WAS, maybe on ABAP instance or J2EE instance, which depends on what solutions you run.

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