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relation between netweaver & ecc(plz see these questions friends)

hi folks,

plz answer questions---

1. can we install all netweaver components on development machine?

2. what i feel is..one can install netweaver application server on a machine and can develop applications on that machine.after that any one can access that application remotely.///then here my doubt is what he accesses really ?do he accesses r/3 ..i fell netweaver application server acts as mediator for remote user and r/3? is it correct?

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2 Answers

  • Oct 14, 2006 at 11:04 AM

    Hi Shabbir,

    Are you talking about the java" target="_blank">www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/downloads?rid=/library/uuid/da699d27-0b01-0010-99b0-f11458f31ef2">java EE 5 edition of SAP NetWeaver Application Server? Because if this is the case, you can surely install it on a developer machine! Actually, this is exactly what this installation has been built for 😊

    However, this release is focused primarily on the Java EE open standards. It supports certain backend connectivity options, e.g. based on JCA 1.5, SAP Java Connector (JCo), and others, but in order to access R/3, of course, you'll need it installed separately.

    With the Application Server Java you can develop, deploy, and manage robust, scalable, performant Java applications. These applications then could, in particular, access the SAP backend systems and in this way serve as a mediator between the remote user and the backend (R/3). This is just one of the many possible scenarios that you could implement on top of SAP NetWeaver Application Server.

    Does that answer your questions?

    Best regards,

    Vladimir

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  • Oct 16, 2006 at 02:41 PM

    Hi,

    according to my SAP dictionary, ecc is short for electronic customs communication. If so, you are completely wrong in this forum. However...

    > 1. can we install all netweaver components on

    > development machine?

    Theoretically you could, but in that case you had to be a developer with extraordinary wide scope. The development environment offers over all at least four development environments to develop in ABAP, Java, BPEL, and some visual environments. The scope of API's we cover recommends to invest in specialization.

    > 2. what i feel is..one can install netweaver

    > application server on a machine and can develop

    > elop applications on that machine.after that any one

    > can access that application remotely.///then here my

    > doubt is what he accesses really ?do he accesses r/3

    > ..i fell netweaver application server acts as

    > as mediator for remote user and r/3? is it correct?

    This is not quite correct. SAP applications do run on NetWeaver itself. If you talk about the Java part only, your assumption is more correct. In that case you are accessing the business data from the ABAP side.

    Regards,

    Benny

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