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Visual Composer and Web Composer

Hi ,

Do we have any differences between Visual Composer and Web Composer.

I know that we can develop iViews and Pages using both.

Please clarify me for both.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    <b>Visual Composer:</b>

    Visual Composer provides a development environment for rapidly creating and adapting model-based transactional and analytical applications. It can be used by a range of users – from business analysts to experienced developers – to create enterprise applications using standardized components that meet SAP standards and quality criteria. As the organization’s business objectives evolve, these applications can be subsequently customized and continuously changed using Visual Composer.

    <b>Major Advantages:</b>

    The user interface for Visual Composer is incredibly easy to use. You can go through a tutorial in online help and you are ready to start creating your own VC applications.

    Beginning with SAP NetWeaver 2004s, Visual Composer is delivered with the base SAP NetWeaver installation. You only need the VCRole assigned to your user ID and you can begin using Visual Composer.

    It creates Flash and Web Dynpro user interfaces and it is very easy to create fantastic user interfaces.

    <b>Web Page Composer:</b>

    1.Build a company-wide intranet or extranet using the latest portal and knowledge

    management capabilities of SAP NetWeaver

    2.Enable business users to create and publish web content and web pages in the portal

    3.Delegate the management and non-technical administration of web sites to the business

    Web Page Composer - a new Way to create and publish Web Pages in the Portal (Part I)

    Regards,

    Senthil K.

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 09:46 AM

    THanks

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