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Doubt regarding SAP WebAs

hi frds,

1) what is the use of WebAs?

2) All SAP Components can run in SAP WebAs?

3) SAP System means SAP WebAS ?

4) XI Components like IR,IDand SLD..etc reside on SAP WebAS...like this other SAP Netweaver Components like EP Components also reside in 2 stacks of SAP WebAS?

5)How the XI Message flows from sender Business system to Receiver Business system via WebAS ? plz give example?

6) What is Difference between SAP System and SAP WebAS and 3rd Party Systems?

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 07:37 AM
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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:13 AM

    hi murali,

    hi

    I.

    SAP Web Application Server (SAP WAS) is a platform for efficient

    development and allows you to implement Web applications. It also paves the

    way for implementing "Web services". WAS supports all releases of mySAP.com

    components (including ABAP language), any Java 2 Enterprise Edition and .NET

    platform.

    It contains ABAP stack and J2EE Stack.

    II. Read the NetWeaver Stack

    http://www.sap.com/platform/netweaver/components/index.epx

    The SAP WAS is a component of NetWeaver.

    III.

    An SAP system is a seperate enviornment upon the SAP Products works. SAP

    System consists of SAP Kernel and SAP instances.

    But When we specify an SAP system normaly, it will be a Product like ERP.

    <b>ERP from ECC5 onwards, the WAS is built-in.</b>

    IV.

    The IB, SLD are using the platform WAS.

    <i> When you say an SAP system, it may depend on the context.

    e.g. if you are comparing SAP and SAP WAS,

    the SAP may be other product like ERP or an older version which doesn't have

    WAS in it.

    regards,

    nikhil bos

    regards,

    nikhilbos.

    <i>**reward if helpful

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:55 AM

    hi Murali

    <b>1) WAS</b> : SAP Web Application Server is a scalable and reliable component platform. It supports the development and operation of J2EE-based and ABAP-based Web applications and Web services. SAP Web Application Server embraces native Web technologies while providing all the benefits of what has previously been referred to as SAP Basis – including the benefits of the proven and scalable data, system, and software lifecycle management capabilities that SAP is known for.

    2) The new release of SAP Web Application Server offers full compliance with J2EE 1.3 standard. A completely revamped load-balancing technique highly improves the scalability of the server. Internal persistent information that the system needs to access is now stored in a conventional relational database increasing the robustness and the reliability of the server.

    3) SAP System not means SAP WebAS but other parts are also involved

    4) yes XI Components like IR,IDand SLD..etc reside on SAP WebAS

    5)To know about flow you go through a scenario from TBIT

    TBIT40:

    https://websmp109.sap-ag.de/~form/ehandler?_APP=00200682500000001337&_EVENT=DISPLAY&COURSE=TBIT40

    6) What is Difference between SAP System and SAP WebAS and 3rd Party Systems?

    SAP Web Application Server adds business value because it

    &#9679; Allows customers

    &#9679; to run any 3rd party J2EE 1.3 compliant application

    &#9679; to develop and run their own J2EE 1.3 compliant applications

    &#9679; to easily extend SAP solutions on the basis of ABAP and J2EE technology

    &#9679; Offers an highly improved load-balancing which results in much better performance and, even more important provides much better scalability

    so third party business system is party's own system which is being integrated by SAP XI

    for more details on WAS kindly follow this link

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/92/7e63423dbc0e53e10000000a155106/frameset.htm

    Thanks

    sandeep

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