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ESA catalog of possible services ; has this been published?

At Sapphire New Orleans in May 2004 it was announced that in 2004 the following would be achieved in the transition to ESA-compliancy:

-Create a catalog of possible services and determine development priorities

-Deliver first sets of service-oriented scenarios, especially in the area of Collaboration scenarios

Have these objectives been achieved? If so, is there anything published on these items?

best regards,

Hans Diepstraten, Atos Origin

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 06:56 PM

    Hans,

    As moderator of this forum, I wasn't able to attend Sapphire New Orleans. However, I will pursue my contacts within SAP to find out the current progress of publishing the objectives stated.

    Thanks for your patience,

    Greg

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 03:19 PM

    The announcement you are referring to contained a few different statements:

    - In 2004 we will deliver "First service-enabled scenarios: focus on collaboration"; this is part of mySAP ERP 2004.

    - In 2004 we will work on "Enterprise services inventory and prioritization"; this work started 2004 and is ongoing.

    - In 2005 we will make "Enterprise services inventory available for planning" by customers and partners; the publishing is currently scheduled for Q3 2005.

    Hope this helps.

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