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what is ITS

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could anybody tel me

what is ITS WAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THAT

how to use that one

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 02:13 PM

    Hi

    ITS= Internet Tranaction Server.

    It will be used when you want to carryout SAP transactions through WEB.

    Regards

    YMREDDY

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:14 PM

    Hi,

    ITS stands for internet transaction server it consist of WGATE(web gate) and AGATE(application gate).

    Using ITS we can loginto the sap system through WEBBROWSER(internet).

    We have to install ITS in our system and it is more cost and it is a time consuming process.

    In order to avoid this one SAP introduced ICM service(Internet communication manager) no need to install this in our system it will come when we install sap 4.7EE on our system.

    i hope it will help you.

    any issues posyt me.

    kiran kumar.v

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:47 AM

    HI,

    ITS is Internet transaction server.As the SAP version less than 4.7 does not have WAS(web application server).the sap system cannot accept http requests.with the ITS it is possible via web to access sap systems with the browser.

    ITS is installed on a system having web server such as IIS.it has wgate and agate components.

    with WAS 6.40 you get the intergrated ITS and you do not have to install ITS seperately now.you need to activate the integrated ITS.

    cheers

    satyajit

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