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SAP System Integration Certification Documents...

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Can any body help me out to get SAP System Integration Certification Documents...

1. NET900 - Internet Control Frame Work

2. TESA20 - ESOA Basic Knowledge

3. TZCAFG - Composite Application Frame work

4. NW001 - Components Of Netweaver

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2007 at 11:05 AM


    <b>1. NET900 - Internet Control Frame Work :</b>

    a very important difference between a "classical" report and an (OO-based) ALV list is that we have a frontend and a backend:

    - backend = ABAP program

    - frontend = control (e.g. grid control)

    The control framework takes care of the synchronization between backend and frontend. For example, when the application passes PBO of a dynpro holding a control the control framework automatically executes CL_GUI_CFW=>FLUSH .

    Sometimes we have to call specific methods to trigger this synchronisation. If you have an editable ALV grid you have to call method go_grid->CHECK_DATA_CHANGED in PAI of the dynpro holding the grid control otherwise you will not see the changed values (of the ALV list) in the internal table of your ABAP program.

    Another important method of the control framework is CL_GUI_CFW=>SET_NEW_OK_CODE. If the user executes an ALV toolbar function we never pass PAI of the dynpro. However, sometimes you would like to do that. In this case you can call CL_GUI_CFW=>SET_NEW_OK_CODE which will set a new ok-code and trigger PAI after finishing execution of the toolbar function.

    For more details please refer to the SAP documentation

    <b>2. TESA20 - ESOA Basic Knowledge</b>

    SAP has already started the ESOA Certification and the certification code is C_SOA200_70 .

    You can refer this thread for course contents


    refer this thread for more details.


    <b>3. TZCAFG - Composite Application Frame work</b>

    Try out this link

    <b>4. NW001 - Components Of Netweaver</b>

    SAP NetWeaver is currently and has been for quite some time fully supported on all three major OS platforms (Windows, Unix and Linux) as well as all major Databases (DB2/ORCL/MSFT/MySQL). Additionally, all SAP applications are also supported on the full range of OS/DB offerings.

    Your comment is probably based on the fact that SAP Enterprise Portal was only supported on Windows in version 5.0, but since 6.0 was released, it is fully Unix/Linux supported. However, SAP NetWeaver is not just the portal, everything in SAP NetWeaver runs on SAP Web Application Server (the new BASIS with Java added)

    You can always check the supported OS/DB table for the latest Web AS (6.40) and get which versions are supported now and the roadmap for future versions. A good document is found here.

    Platforms at SAP -- An Update (2952 Kb)

    October 1, 2003 Created by Carol Gustav

    Presentation from TechEd EMEA 03 session - In this presentation, you will be informed about updates regarding platforms (databases and operating ) supported by SAP. You will also learn how to get access to information regarding platforms and their availability for SAP products


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