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what is SAP Business by Design?

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Anybody please help me in understanding the SAP Business by Desgin concept..

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 07:04 AM

    SAP Business One GUIs (“screens” or “forms”) are the primary interface elements. They usually cover a rectangular area on the computer screen and represent certain tasks or applications running on the computer. The user may move them around the computer screen, size, stack, activate, or de-activate them.

    When we discuss screens in the context of the SAP Business One System, we usually refer to their work area. You, as the developer, position interface elements within the work area to adapt a screen to a certain task. In addition to the work area, a screen consists of elements. Some elements serve for basic window handling, and some of them are specific for SAP Business One.

    There are two basic kinds of screens in the SAP Business One System: primary screens (main menu/forms), and secondary screens (dialog boxes / message windows).

    SAP Business One application functions always reside in one main or primary screen where the user's main activity takes place. In addition, secondary screens appear in reaction to the user's actions to supplement the main screen. On both types of screens, the user may enter data, make choices or is informed of errors / consequences of actions. There may be more than one secondary screen opened simultaneously, but only one can be worked with at a time

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