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Wweb Content Management with Web Composer

I have heard that SAP is introducing a new WCM (Web Content Management) Tools call (I think) Web Composer.

Could anyone confirm this, the availability and where I can find out more details?

Thanks

Patrick

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 07:44 PM

    Hello Patrick,

    A co-worker of mine went to TechEd in 2006 and brought back a bit of information on it. All I know is that it's called "Web Page Composer" and it's going to be available sometime in Q2 2007, with SPS20 for 2004 (not sure what service pack for 2004s). Hard to find any other information on it right now... at least, I haven't had much luck finding any. I'm sure SAP will be providing more information as it gets closer to being released.

    Cheers,

    Fallon

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 01:24 AM

    I was at this TechEd session as well - very interested in this topic as we've been playing around with throwing our Corp Portal onto Netweaver Portal. If anyone has any information on the proposed licensing, that would be great.

    FYI - the contributing speakers were Christopher Keastner, and Deborah Adams from SAP Product Mgt.

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      Hi Joseph

      At TechEd 06 Amsterdam the handouts said that prices on licenses were to be announced, but the presentation made by the speaker said that it would come free of charge with nw04SPS20 (dont know about nw04s, since only sps11 is scheduled at this stage according to SAP SP Stack Schedule).

      So it seems SAP decided to make it free of charge.

      Regards,

      Martin

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