SAP & Mac OS X - SAPGui and web browsers - Part IV of a series of blogs covering the use of SAP and Mac OS software - How about the SAPGui and web browser support
My experience creating a fictional bicycle company, Global Bike Incorporated (GBI), at Grand Valley State University.
In this blog I`ll explain the concept of the portal navigation and how the portal is executing a user navigation action.
This interview is part of a series called Mobile Expert Interview Series. This interview is with the EVP of Marketing and Strategy with Pyxis Mobile.
This blog takes a look at the current strategic view for SAP ERP 6. How do users currently use SAP ERP 6, and how they can find new functionality within SAP ERP 6
The educational sessions from SAP experts have been published for SAP TechEd 2010 Berlin and Las Vegas.
As stated in the jBPM developers guide (13.4.1. Custom Producers) it is possible to plug in your own custom mail producer.
However, the topic in the developers guide is very brief and just by implementing the interface or extending the MailProducerImpl your code won’t work.
Option one: “Google”…. No luck this time - makes me wondering how many people really use jBPM 4?
First Step to Siebel . In next post i will write about Interfaces , Components and Architecture. Download Link
Why not combine business with pleasure and plan a fabulous trip to beautiful San Francisco to attend Oracle OpenWorld, September 19-23, 2010? I personally recommend you extend your trip a few extra days and enjoy some time in wine country.
Here are the Top 5 Reasons you should call your travel agent:
PeopleTools has just completed certification of Windows 7 for PeopleTools 8.49 and 8.50. If you are looking for information on it, have a look at the most recent Tech Update on My Oracle Support (see link below). Additional detailed information can be found in the Certification Database found on the Certification tab in MOS - click on component certifications to see the Certification Notes.
You'll also find comments on the certification for Wind