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SAP Script Phase out

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Does SAP phasing out SAP Scripts if yes when and where can i get the information regarding this???

i need this information plz help

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2004 at 12:33 PM

    No - they still will be supported just not developed any further.

    The next generation is currently SMARTFORMS (transaction SMARTFORMS).

    Hope this helps.

    Kind regards

    colin.

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    • Hi Andreas

      The SAP/Adobe tool has only been avaliable a few months and maybe 95 % of all SAP installations is older release, so in my opinion it's new news.

      What do you mean by a "crutch" ? - Is it good or bad ?

      Best regards

      Thomas Madsen Nielsen

      PS. I do like sapscript.

  • Posted on Jul 22, 2004 at 02:20 PM

    I think two different products get confused here. Let me try to shed some light on this...

    Adobe offers already for a number of years a product called Output Pak for mySAP.com (the product was originally developed by JetForms/Accelio which was acquired by Adobe). The Output Pak for mySAP is an SAP certified add-on solution to create print forms from SAP applications (R/3).

    About two years ago Adobe and SAP entered into a strategic partnership to develop a forms solution which supports interactive as well as print forms. This solution is called "Interactive Forms based on Adobe software" and is available with Web AS 6.40 (however not yet in the Sneak Preview). There is a migration path from the Output Pak to the new Interactive Forms embedded in Web AS; it should however be noted that the new solution is a completely new development (new graphical forms design tool and new forms rendering services).

    Cheers

    Matthias Zeller

    Adobe Systems

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