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BSP Self Education

Hello! Everyone,

I need to learn some basic skill in BSP application development. I am looking for some online material that SAP\SAP Users have created which takes me thru

1. Tutorial(s)

2. Demo(s)

3. Help me understand what I need to know as prereq to developing BSP Apps

4. When I can find shared content, etc.

5. What systems do I need to be able to do so

6. How I can use BSP apps as part of SAP Portal Content


Piyush Bhandari

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2003 at 11:31 AM

    Hello Piyush Bhandari,

    just have a look at the BSP documentation as a starting point and work your way through it:

    Here's the link:


    There's also a section of the integration of BSP into the workplace and the enterprise portal 5.0 in this documentation.

    Apart from this documentation there are also some little tutorials for getting started:


    Then there are the example BSP applications which are also included in the shipment of SAP Web AS, e.g. IT00, SBSPEXT_HTMLB, SBSPEXT_XTHMLB, HTMLB_SAMPLES

    There's also an article about BSP in the SAP Professional Journal (see, and the link to this will be available in SDN shortly.

    Then, there's the book on BSP, see





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