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Custom IAC applications the best way to go for putting R/3 screens on web?

Hi all,

I am trying to figure out whether a Custom IAC would be a best way to go for putting custom developed R/3 transaction on the web. We want to put the R/3 transactions on the web but want to completely customize the look and feel of it. Is IAC the best way to go for it? will this work with any kind of transactions?

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2005 at 06:10 PM

    Hi,

    that depends. There is a SAP document "Selection of EP Content Development Environment" (insert name in Search - it is one the first links). It does not talk only about portal, the name expresses that SAP strongly presses using portal to put applications on web. The document is not final product, it is only something like a template for decision-making.

    Take ratings of criterias by SAP, select importance of criterias (up to you) and consider the results. I would guess ITS will not be number one.

    Regards,

    Pavol

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 10:10 PM

    Hello,

    The ITS might not be the "best" way, but it sure would be an easy way. If the transaction and screens are already created in the R/3 then you could just go to SE80 and create HTML templates to see if it will do what you want. Steps:

    1. Transaction SE80

    2. Choose "Internet Service"

    3. Type in a custom developed z* name

    4. Right-click on the z* name and choose Create > Theme

    5. Create theme 99 (standard theme)

    6. Right-click on the z* name again and choose Create > Template

    7. Type in all information, theme number, program name and screen number. Play with the "Generation Style" to see which one would better fit your transaction.

    After creating the screens you can publish to your ITS and give it a test. Maybe this is all you need, if so, it would be fast and readily available.

    Best regards,

    Edgar Chuang

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