The Web based SAP Management Console has shown in many PI projects to be extremly helpfull to get an fast overview on technical level of the complete PI dual stack system. In this podcast we will show where to monitor and how to solve issues. File system, ABAP resources, ICM and Java resources with: memory, threads, gc behaviour will be covered.
Announcing a new wiki for the adaptive computing community
News related to virtualization, adaptive computing and cloud technology on SAP Virtualization Week and SAPPHIRE/ASUG Annual Conference.
This blog describes the different SAP tools that are provided for generating proposal documents out of a CRM quotation.
In my blog I would like to give a short overview about the options to achieve Single sign-on for a SAP NetWeaver Application Server that resides in a Microsoft environment.
Delivery Attempts are now Customizable per communication channel
This excerpt is the continuation of BCS and explains the accounting approach in the consolidation system. It's a continuation of the series.
In last few weeks I have answered quite many questions both here on SDN and personal emails about how to start with SAP. Some of that people become my friends; of course I have never seen any one of them. But I can understand the importance of changing the career course, I understand the uncertainty that arise from the career shift, I try to understand all what matters to those people.
Last year, after a big delay, Craig Cmehil pulled an all-nighter, demonstrating his technical prowess and raising awareness (and funds) for Doctors Without Borders (MSF). This year, he's doing it again, and I'm participating with my second annual ASUG simulcast of the 24 Hour-Friday Morning Report show, on April 9th and 10th, 2010.
Fellow consultants often ask me how they can get to the next level on the consulting ladder. They are good at what they do but they want to be even better and reap the rewards for being recognized as such. This blog will share my thoughts on how to take the next step...