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Building RIA's using Php, Flex and SAP

Hello,

A while ago I wrote a post here on SDN titled [Bundling PHP/SAP/AJAX/PEAR.|Bundling PHP/SAP/AJAX/PEAR; .

Lately I've had a bit of time on my hands and thought I would this time share my experiments, using PHP of course in concert with Flex and SAP.

This I have posted 3 examples using http services and web services.

Sales application ==> Simple sale applications using BAPI's to request customer and material data and then call another BAPI to create a sales order

Production application ==> Simple production order cockpit exposing data in tabular and graphical form. BAPI's are used to retrieve production order lists and then request production order detail information

Whilst the two examples above use PHP, the last one does not.

The last example is a simple case of consuming a production order data web service.

Full flash animations of these are available on my site - the link you can find here -> [Building RIAu2019s using SAP, Flex and Php|http://www.renet-web.net/2009/07/20/building-rias-using-sap-flex-and-php/].

I will cross post this in the RIA section of SDN - hope the admins do not mind.

Hope you like them.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 05:04 PM

    Pascal:

    Don't worry I don't mind -:) As you're mixing two technologies, I thinks it's Ok. BTW, it's nice to hear from you again.

    Greetings,

    Blag.

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