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CRM implementation - Technical Help

Hi Experts,

My company is planning to implement CRM 2007. Functional side will be handled by a consulting company, whereas, technical side will me managed inhouse. In this regards I would like to know your opinion whether to use BSP or Web Dynpro for presentation. Can I focus on one of these only and get all the work done satisfactorily as far as CRM is concerned?

If I should focus on either one, should I focus on BSP or WDA? What are the advantages or disadvantages of either.

Regards,

Abdullah

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 09:50 AM

    Hello,

    The technology used in CRM2007 is a mix of BSP (with Model View Controller design pattern) and of webdynpro, you should have basic knowledge of both!

    If you have already worked with the WebClient in CRM 4/5 the new technology (it's based on the WebClient technology) should be very recognizable and you'll be up to speed in no time.

    Futhermore, all data and business logic is handled through the BOL (Business Object Layer) which is quite complex. But, if you have WebClient knowledge this should be no problem.

    Don't forget that in CRM 2007 EVERYTHING is already created as a webapplication, there is no more SapGUI!

    Hope this answers your question,

    Reward points if useful!

    Regards,

    Joost

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