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Fellow Portal People! Lend me your eyes

 

I wanted to write a quick post over here in the SAP Enterprise Portal space to point anyone who is generally interested in SAP User Interface technologies to a series of posts called The NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) - A Portal Consultants Guide that I have started to write over on the SAP NetWeaver Business Client space.

 

I think anyone who is interested in the portal should also know a bit about other alternatives to the Portal such as the NWBC and the Fiori Launchpad, what I've tried to do in this series of blogs is introduce the NWBC from a portal consultants point of view. Many of the concepts and features you are familiar with in the portal are also applicable to the NWBC, however they may be implemented slightly differently. The purpose of the series is to help portal people get up to speed with the NWBC. If you think that sounds useful please check it out.

 

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Blog Post: The NetWeaver Business Client - A Portal Consultants Guide


I'd be very interested to hear from others here in the Portal space whether they have had much to do with the NWBC or for that matter the Fiori Launchpad - do you see a move toward these technologies happening in your company or at your clients? In my view the portal is still a key part of the SAP User Interface Strategy and has many features and strengths that make it the right choice, but it is certainly not the only choice and I am seeing more and more instances where the NWBC has taken it's place.

 

I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on this and hope that you find The NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) - A Portal Consultants Guide something useful.

 

Thanks!

Simon

INTRO


Watch the latest news online. Emma created a pretty freakin cool new website!

 

I’m a bit jealous about the team, because I like the video that much. I'm sure, it was a very funny session to create this video.

That mean, maybe my critic is not that objective. So please don’t take it too seriously.

 

What is shown in the video:

Ah, just watch it

 

HARDFACTS


Title                                        The World Today – Intern creates a pretty freakin cool eventpage

Filmlength                               1:53 Minutes

Produced by                           SAPNetWeaverPortals

Published                               2013-12-10

Original description                  Breaking News - The World Today brought to you by SAP Portal
           Emma Green has been widely applauded in her office of Atomic Publishing for creating a pretty freakin' cool event site.

 

 

CRITIC

It is a nice view of an employee what could happen if the people around you aren’t into the portal.

The video is a cool thing to introduce Netweaver Portal. But I believe, it might just take effect to us, the techies. It is funny at all, all the small details. One example is the clipboard in the background, where the SAP-Teched lanyard is located. I had to watch it more than twice, to discover all the small details, which are contained in it and I'm not sure, that I got all of it.

 

It makes an interesting walk trough, how a Netweaver Portal can change your company.

So much sarcasm in a video, great. I love it.


But, if we get back to an objective view right now, it could happen exact this way somewhere and that (the Netweaver Portal, of course) is a really great oppurtunity to a lot of companies out there. There are some more critics written right now, which contains more details than this blog. But I had to write a critic about that video, because it's worth to watch it.

 

That's it, there is nothing to add.

One additional wish:

 

I’m looking forward to watch something new from

Breaking News - The World Today brought to you by SAP Portal


Want to learn more or to write a critic? Visit:

SAP NetWeaver Portal 2014 Movie Challenge: Instructions

Announcement of SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Gamification Movie Challenge


Thank you for reading to the end. Feel free to leave a comment if you want


Regards

Florian

Following Announcement of SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Gamification Movie Challenge I jumped to SAP Portal YouTube channel to pick my favourite.

 

I watched the below movie on Youtube

 

 

Government provides various services to their citizens by various channels like letter, email, mobile, television, paper advertisement, web, face-to-face and other means. Channels which are moving at good pace are Web, Mobile and Social channels. Each channel are associated with its cost to maintain.

 

Citizens demand better and convenient service utilizing newer channels and government thrives to offer their services which need to manage and run office systems which provide all these services. Government is facing a tremendous challenge to support these new channels on different devices and rationalizing their IT landscape and at the same time simplifying their operations with lower total cost of ownership.

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SAP City Portal enables cities and governments to easily engage with citizens across multiple communication channels delivering tracking and consistent user experience, government can enhance their citizen services with better satisfaction and data can reside on-premise or cloud.

 

City of Danning is SAP demo site to showcase citizen services capabilities. You can explore by clicking the link here.


City portal is available any time, anywhere and on any device.

 

 

You too want to write a review or critic then please do visit SAP Portal Movie Challenge announcement blog.

 

In the first place , I would like to thank SCN for encouraging the youtube SAP movies...

 

About this video:

 

This video is about one of new feature released in SAP Netweaver 7.3 "WIKI".

 

This video clearly explains how to create a new space ,how it can be  authorized or rejected and various other options. Definitely I have learned a new thing.

 

I am now eager to put my hands on to SAP NW 7.3

 

 

Thank you very much once again

 

http://scn.sap.com/community/netweaver-portal/blog/2014/02/20/announcement-of-sap-portal-gamifiation-movie-challenge

Hi,

 

this is my Movie Critic about the video: SAP Portal Content Management & Portal Site Management by OpenText.

 

 

In this video it is explained the importance of Content Management, in this case in the Portal. Nowadays most of the information that we manage is still in form of unstructured data, like office documents. Any solution that does not take this into account, it is not completed.

 

OpenText Portal Content Management could be the right solution for many cases. For example when Sharepoint doesn't cut it, or OpenText ECM is too powerful.

 

I could leave it here, but sometimes It is not enough to read the specifications, and it helps to see a small demo. I will also make the movie critic of this other video: SAP Portal Content Management by OpenText Demo

 

 

If somebody else is missing the sound like me, you can try it here: http://www.sap.com/pc/tech/collaboration-content-management/software/portal-content-management/index.html

It is the OpenText PCM site in www.sap.com,  the first demo (Collaborate and Manage Documents).

 

There is nothing more that I could add to this second video. It explains in just five minutes all you need to get an idea of PCM by OpenText. It is really worthy.

 

This Blog is part of the SAP NetWeaver Portal 2014 Challenge. For more information about that and how to participate check out the Movie Challenge Announcement blog.

As part of SAP NetWeaver Portal 2014 Movie Challenge: Instructions I watched the SAP NetWeaver Portal, mobile edition on smartphone

 

 

First I am not sure I am a big fan of music-only videos on products.  What was it telling me?  What was the point of the twitter feed?

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Source: SAP

 

Yes, I could see the Patrizia Rossi in the above twitter feed on the smart phone but what does that have to do with NetWeaver portal?

 

The good part was featuring the mobile universal worklist, which could have potential at several companies.

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Source: SAP

 

For sure having my boss approve my leave request, approving my time, are very good use cases of the mobile universal worklist and on a smart phone too, so my boss doesn't have to log on to a laptop to accomplish important work.  To me this was a good part of the video as more and more I see people using smart phones over tablets.  It is lighter, easier to carry and always accessible, even on planes now.

 

I am not always sure why the video does certain things.  If I were doing this video I would have added speech bubbles to explain concepts.  Good thing I am just a critic and not the movie producer.


For more information see  SAP Portal Movie Challenge announcement blog.

 

For a great movie review see SAP NetWeaver Portal Movie Critic: An Overview needn’t to be a boring one

First of all, here is the link, ok two, because I thought, it is rarely more amazing, to see the critic first and after it getting something on top, if you do not got enough, hope you reach the point the second video start

 

 

INTRO

 

Please stay patient, because I didn’t do a movie critic ever before and so I just start writing things down, I think, it is worse to read.

First of all I have to say, this is a very cool video and I think, it shows us what future becomes.

 

But don’t waste time, let us just go ahead.

 

HARDFACTS

 

Title                                SAP Portal Portfolio

Filmlength                       2:44 Minutes

Produced by                    SAPNEtWeaverPortals (At least, I think they do that)

Published                        2013-01-13

Original description          This movie shows the integrated SAP Portal portfolio of solutions and

                                      how you can leverage it to overcome your business challenges.

 

Summary (or should I say repeat in words;-))


In the beginning you see a typewriter that is a typical intro for such content, this should make the person in front of the screen start thinking. The phrase itself is very well-chosen, because most of us would say that there is room for improvement

 

Now the phrase is strengthened by the speaker. He put the stuff on top, how the company has grown and the days passed by, where all the stuff could be managed by the own well configured folder system or whatever you got before.

 

author's note

Read between the lines and you will see that the speaker’s words match most of our companies

I like the way it is done here. The typewriter transforms into a computer, which also gives a timeline-view. Very impressive, when you think about the creativity, which stand behind the video...

So here the intro finished in just 20 Seconds. What have I learned about that? I shorted my intro in this blog, because I think, making a good and short intro makes a blog more interesting than reading and reading, without reaching a point!

Now the facts are shown, what SAP Portal reached in the past, very impressive digits. I write two down, just in case, you can’t remember

- Leading the market for over 10 years

- 7000 Customers

 

Now the facts start taking control. You get a good view to the solutions offered by SAP Portal. For example, that you can manage all your content, have social media facts inside, get the people together who should be and find all your stuff in a way, you want it to. Everyone can create stuff, it doesn’t need to be a geek or to visit an additional course. It is open for everybody in your company and so on.

You just can watch the video again, if you can’t remember all of them.(I had to do that more than one time)

Now, there is the next highlight. Doing the turn to the mobile apps are presented in such a cool way. Perhaps more impressive than the intro…

It shows an employee leaving work this ends in this sentence:

 

How many of you thought in that moment: “Yes, that is also a problem, but what how to solve that in a good way?”

 

author's note

Perhaps you are totally into it (Like me) and you get more and more interested in this video. Ah, it is a fantastic way to present content in such a cool way.

 

 

We passed half of the video(1:32Min) at this point, and my blog is getting bigger and bigger.

That is a sign, how many information are included in such a short video.

Now they included the cloud and give a lot information how to use it and how it solve problems a company got.

 

Ok, but enough of repeating the video, I mean, if you want more details, watch it again

 

Critic


I thought a few days how to write my points down. In the end I decided to make a pro and contra list and write a sentence below

 

Very nice design

As mentioned in my summary(a few lines below) I’m totally faszinated about the few colors. It makes the video very special.

 

A very good eye/ear to brain concept

A lot of cases everybody got a story in mind.

 

A very agreeable voice

Nothing to add, you know what I mean… do you?

 

Not specific on a business

Just sounds like a Everybody-Needs-Solution, but it doesn’t tell at least the minimum requirements or do provide a link to such informations.

So, it might be get more people interested in, than it is build for. Some will be confused about, when they recognize, that is not made for such companies, they run.

 

just major cases

I mean, yes, that should be offered right here, but it might be better, if it is more specified.  What is in my mind. There are a lot small problems everybody got to fight with. Take all the small problems and just explain how one problem is solved with Netweaver Portal Example: How to share knowledge and more important, how to find these content again. Make the jack-of-all-trades-device believable.

 

too much facts to repeat it afterwards.

In my study-time, we made a project and I can remember this one sentence of my teacher: A good clip is a clip when you remember it next time you do something, which was contained. Sorry, I write a blog about it, but I even cannot remember all of it

 

In summary it is a well produced video!

 

Some words about the critic.

I was very impressed, that it is possible to work just with a few colors.

There are just the typical colors included, yellow in different strength, black also in different and white. I never registered that, but now, trying to write a critic about I took my time to see if there are more included, but no, never recognized that it is for real just the few colors in all the "SAP-Animation" Videos I watched before. If I’m wrong and there are more in, let me know…

The background-speaker also got this “smooth” voice and makes a fantastic job in this video. I’m not a native speaker, but I’m really sure, that the speaker has to practice a lot, to make such fantastic jobs. Would be interesting someone can answer the question, if the guy works for SAP or is he an “outside-professional”. I just want to know that, because I’m interested in the point, if he know about the stuff he is talking about

 

The points, I reviewed as not that good are all on a very high level and I hardly had to search the bad ones. I don't know, how often I watched the video and these, as far as I can see, are the most valuable. So like I wrote in the beginning, if you disagree, no problem, leave a comment and give me your view to it.

I'm here, to learn every day something new and so I'm not coming around to another opinion at all.

 

Here is my  personal sight

 

It gives an overview what the Portal can do and why a lot of companies should get on the train. Ok, it is a merchandise video, but in my opinion, it is informative,  there is a lot stuff included in these 3 Minutes and that’s why it is worse to write about it. The video popped up in my mind, when I was reading about the challenge and so I started to write about it. And I mean the “popped” in a positive way.  I’m a bit sad about, that I don’t have access to a NetweaverPortal, so that I can get more into it. Like I said, I saw the video that often that I really hope I can get access someday

 

You finished it,

here my critic ends for the challenge and if you are not that bored, go on and read a short homage to the Innojam

Thank you for reading my blog

 

Regards

Florian

 

Now I really forgot the Challenge link

Announcement of SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Gamification Movie Challenge

 

It’s more merchandise, than a critic

 

Because I like the video that much and I think everybody should take the chance to get one time part of an innojam, it isn’t necessary to be a developer! Hopeful there will be one in my region

 

And I promise you, it is just a very short summary of the video

What it is about:

Innovation, Opportunities, Collaboration, engagement and agility creativity…SAP Innojams

 

How all starts? It all starts with being not at work…

Innovation:

All the people round the world taking part in innojams are loving the programming, sharing their visions and make dreams come true.

Opportunity:

Meet the Geek – to – Geek conversations. Everybody knows the typical sentences surrounded by the “mystical” IT-Jobs like “Mhhh, you’re doing something with computers, mine at home got a problem…”

Collaboration:

Build an team, move you and your team together to an new level by getting a complete new experience how work (Fun) can flow…

Engagement:

Engagement, that is word, working in all other points into, but get very important to get things rolling. Yeah, if you are going to an innojam you got really enough of it. Be proud about it!

Agility:

You only got three days in a row to get your project done and make an awesome Introducing! Let the mess behind and get the awesome things rolling.

Creativity:

The last in the list it’s the first in reality… You and your team have to be creative to find new solutions to problems, nobody thought about it, what is your idea to make a live easier to the people out there…


And always remember… watch the clock

Welcome to the first SAP Portal News blog edition 2014. This is what we have prepared for you:

  • News around Cloud Portal
  • New SAP Portal Roadmap
  • SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Movie Challenge
  • Feedback on Visual Composer
  • SAP Portal Tip of the Month
  • Blogs from the Community

 

Cloud Portal

 

Cloud Portal General News

Have a look at the new learning center for HANA Cloud Portal. You can find product overview, getting started, developer information and information on the extension platform for SuccessFactors.You can also download the Cloud Portal developer guide on the Help Portal. Read Ohad's blog on how to track HANA Cloud Portal sites with Google Analytics.

 

New Release of HANA Cloud Portal
In this blog Ifat Shwartz gives you an detailed overview on the new Cloud Portal capabilities.They are all available also at the free trial: new default theme, page templates, multi-level page hierarchy, role based authorization, document repository  and HANA Marketplace Integration for SuccessFactors Extensions.

 

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Cloud for Service New showcase for Self-Service Support Portal

Improving the customer service experience is a top priority for many companies this year to differentiate themselves from the competition. With intuitive and easy to use self-services your clients will quickly get a solution for their service request. Learn how customers and the service organization of SuccessFactors benefit from the new cloud-based support site – powered by SAP HANA Cloud Portal.

 

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How to build an ERP-integrated customer portal with the HANA Cloud Platform and HANA Cloud Portal

Read this interesting blog witten by Stefan Heitzer who created during his internship in the German SAP-consulting company T.CON a prototype for a customer portal that is built on SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) and the Cloud Portal, and is integrated with SAP ERP.

 

Register for Partner Test HANA Cloud Portal in Palo Alto

During a 3-days partner test workshop you will have the opportunity to experience SAP HANA Cloud Portal product with lots of new major building blocks such as document management, role-based authorizations, page templates, extension package for SuccessFactors with SAP HANA Cloud platform and more.The registration for the test is still open and is only possible for employees of offical SAP partner companies.

 

 

New SAP Portal Roadmap

 

This new roadmap presentation gives an overview on the Portal portfolio and also on future directions of SAP Portal in direction of Cloud and HANA.

 

SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Movie Challenge

 

Last week we start our first SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal gamification campaign on SCN which will last until end of the year 2014. We would like to invite you to join this challenge: Play the role of a movie jury member, review  existing SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal movies and share with us your review  expertise. Or play the role of a movie director and producer: this is the chance for you to produce your own SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal movie story and share your product expertise. More information about the SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal Movie Challenge can be found in the announcement blog and in this movie:

 

 

 

Give your Feedback on Visual Composer

 

SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer UI5 Runtime is planned to be released with NetWeaver 731 SP11, in March 2014. Please fill this survey from SAP Solution Expert Gad Ravid and give us some info about what do you think about Visual Composer.

 

 

SAP Portal Tip of the Month

 

Customizable search interfaces are absolutely necessary for providing company-specific search functionality for KM content. Since the introduction of functionality for creating search dialogs with search components, it is possible to develop customized search components and plug them into the standard search iView of KM. The standard KM search iView offers the capability of plugging in custom-developed search components that define certain areas of the iView. More information in this SCN document.

Blogs from the Community

 

UI Theme Designer Transport by Noel Hendrikx

Improve your Portal Tests by Tobias Hofmann

Creating iViews from Remote Sources Trouble shooting guide by Miki Zilbershtein

So far, I watched about 4 to 5 different youtube videos about the "Netweaver Portal on mobile devices"....

 

Basically all of them show similiar content, highlighting what areas can be incorporated into the portal. For me as Business Warehouse developer it is very difficult to imagine how our Web reports will be looking like on those small screens...and how users would navigate and drill-down inside our BW 3.5. Web Templates.

 

However, there was one special video which catched my ears from the very first second... And to be honest, I've been watching it for 5 times now!

It's this one: SAP NetWeaver Portal, mobile edition on tablet


If you are a Trance fan with heart and soul, you'll love it. The whole video contains no monologue, but 4:03 minutes of great melodic trance!

 

The track is: DJ Mat Production - Missing you

 

Enjoy :-)

 

This blog post is in reference to the SAP Portal Movie Challenge announcement blog

Hi,

 

I would like to post this as a critic blog under SAP Netweaver Portal for SAP Portal Portfolio.

 

This is an excellent channelization of what advantage does SAP Netweaver Portal bring to various aspects of business.With the rise in business complexity SAP Netweaver Portfolio shows how it can be a multi-skillful partner which can bring in customers, users, applications under one roof through collaboration. The Enterpise workspace indeed is the perfect example to bring in users and application together through a collaborative solution.

 

SAP Portal has added a much demanding FEATHER to its GOLDEN CAP i.e., Cloud Portal. With the introduction of this, users have limited dependency on infrastructure and can access applications through the move on multiple devices. This is the change which everyone is looking for today and hope this will impact the business through leaps and bounces!!!!!

 

The only thing which could have been emphasized here was that what major role Cloud Portal can play in Social Networking market(through conversation text apps)

 

But yes this shows an advantage of SAP Portal over other Portals and indeed The Best-Run Businesses Run SAP  

Hi,

 

this is my Movie Critic about the video: SAP Netweaver Portal - mobile edition overview

 

The movie gives you a very interesting and brief introduction about the capabilities of the Mobile Portal. I like the way the movie is produced it keeps you curious about what more will come... very amusingly.

 

As I'm coming from the Analytics area the topic of mobile information access is very exiting for me. As part of the SAP BusinessObjects BI Suite there is the BI Mobile component available but it requires a BI Platform server. For all customers who are "pure" SAP Netweaver Customers and do not want to deploy this new server type the Netweaver Portal stays the "Number One" Tool for Web Based information Access.

 

Being able to consume the Analytic Applications on mobile devices gets more and more interesting as "the" tool (SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio) for creating mobile analytic applications is getting more and more powerful. Release 1.3 will come within the next month.

 

I'm thinking of creating a short video on my own how make a mobile application available in mobile portal.

 

 

This blog post is part of the Netweaver Portal Movie Challenge - Get part of it! See details here: SAP Portal Movie Challenge announcement blog

 

Dirk

On January 30 we announced the winner of the SAP Portal Top Blog Campaign 2013: It is the blog Google Analytics in SAP Portal 7.3 by Fouad Hjiyer. We have promised Fouad a special SCN reward for this achievement: we designed a special SAP Portal Top Blog Winner Badge, which will be assigned to him this week:

 

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In addition we decided to reward all authors of the SAP Portal and SAP HANA Cloud Portal Top Blogs in 2013 (these are the blogs with most views in 2013). The following authors will get a SAP Portal Top Blog Finalist Badge for creating the following blogs:

 

Blog 1: How to clear the SAP Portal cache by Tobias Hofmann

Blog 2: Show Role ID and Workset ID in editors in SAP Portal by Roman Loshevsky

Blog 3: How to set the IE compatibility view from Server Side by Dani Cohen

Blog 4: How to connect HANA Cloud Portal to an SAP back-end system? by Tomer Gabbai

Blog 5: Tips for the SAP Portal Content Studio by Noel Hendrikx

Blog 6: Creating Dynamic Actions for Your Mobile Portal Framework Page Application by Yotam Kadishay

Blog 7: Using Lumira in SAP Portal Activity Reporting by Murali Shanmugham

Blog 8: Integration of BOBJ with SAP Portal by Vinod Patil

Blog 9: Hana Cloud Portal as Doorway to the enterprise's off-premise AND on-premise business software by Andy Silvey

Blog 10: SAP Portal Framework Page Unavailable by Tobias Hofmann

Blog 11: How to Start Your SAP Portal 7.3/7.4 Project (Top 10 Lessons Learned From Ramp-up) by Thomas Hensel

Blog 12: SAP NetWeaver Portal – Mobile Portal Applications Development by Aviad Rivlin

Blog 13: Getting started with  SAP Portal 7.3: Installation by Kumar Prashant

Blog 14: Getting started with SAP Portal 7.3: NWDS and Logon Page by Kumar Prashant

Blog 15: Say Goodbye to the SAP AJAX Portal, and Hello to HTML5 by Gavin Quinn

Blog 16: Video Widget in HANA Cloud Portal is now available as Out-of-the-box OpenSocial Widget by Inbal Sabag

Blog 17: User Experience Innovation – Selecting the Best Technology and Beyond by Yotam Kadishay

Blog 18: My experience on Portal 7.3 Upgrade / Migration - ESS/MSS Business Packages by Biroj Patro

Blog 19: Get inspired by the new out-of-the-box sample sites of SAP HANA Cloud Portal by Ifat Shwartz

Blog 20: How to use the SAP UI Theme Designer by Noel Hendrikx

Blog 21: Using LESS in HANA Cloud Portal by Inbal Sabag

Blog 22: Tech Tips and Tutorials for HANA Cloud Portal by Ifat Shwartz

Blog 23: HANA Cloud Portal -  Drive with SAP UI5 by Inbal Sabag

 

Every author will receive this badge:

 

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The badge will be rewarded per author, not per blog. I would like to thank again the Portal experts, who wrote these blogs, for their great and valuable contributions.

 

Today the next challenge is starting in the SAP Portal and in the HANA Cloud Portal space, this time combined with SCN Gamification. We are announcing today the 2014 SAP Portal and HANA Movie Challenge. More information about this challenge can be found in the announcement blog.

Today we start our first SAP and HANA Cloud Portal gamification campaign on SCN. We would like to invite you to join:

  • the SAP NetWeaver Portal Movie challenge 2014 running in the SAP NetWeaver Portal space
  • the SAP HANA Cloud Portal Movie challenge 2014 running in the SAP HANA Cloud Portal space

 

……Follow  us on the red carpet and come with us to the world of movies where there are producers, directors, critics and juries:

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Play the role of a movie jury member, review  existing SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal movies and share with us your review  expertise.  In addition we also offer you to play the role of a movie director and producer: this is the chance for you to produce your own SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal movie story and share your product expertise.


Our YouTube channel
has many movies showcasing anything from successful implementations, How-to guides and testimonials created by us, customers and our partners. The challenge includes 2 tracks:

  1. Pick a movie you liked from one of our play lists, create a blog review and explain its value or
  2. You can record your own movie showcasing your implementation, a new portal design, or any other content that would deliver value to our ecosystem. Publish your movie in any public site and embed it in your blog.

 

Watch also this movie for additional instructions:

 

 

There are cool SCN badges along the way to win. And as with any challenge, there will be winners and an even cooler badge. You may win the SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal Oscar for writing the best blog, as judged by the community (here on SCN a badge is almost the same as a golden statuette…).

 

Read the two SCN documents for the SAP Portal Movie Challenge and the SAP HANA Cloud Portal movie challenge and:

  • learn how to accept the 2 challenges
  • read about the rules, the missions and the badges
  • find the FAQs

 

We encourage everyone to actively participate:

  • Share your critic or producer talents and blog about it.
  • Check out the submissions created as part of the SAP Portal/HANA Cloud Portal movie challenge and provide feedback (comment, like, rate, follow and bookmark).

 

Thanks to Eran Lahav for designing the badges. Many thanks to the SCN team for supporting our first gamification project, especially to Laure Cetin.

Hi,

 

 

SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer UI5 Runtime is planned to be released with NetWeaver 731 SP11, in March 2014.

We will appreciate if you can fill this survey and give us some info about what do you think about VC.

 

2014-0040 SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer

 

Thanks,

 

Gad Ravid

 

VC Solution Expert

From December 1 until December 24, 2013 we announced - on Facebook and Twitter - 24 of the best performing SAP Portal and HANA Cloud Portal blogs (according to numbers of views) on SCN in 2013.

 

In addition to the announcement of the 24 most viewed blogs, we created 3 polls in which we asked you - the Portal community - to vote for your 3 favorite blogs. We identified the 3 finalist blogs and asked you again to vote for your favorite blog in the final voting. We had to extend the voting period because you seem to like one blog as much as another blog. Finally one blog succeeded in having a small lead over the other and today we can announce the winning blog of 2013, together with the second and third most voted blog.

 

First of all I would like to present again the 24 top viewed blogs in 2013. I would to thank the Portal experts, who wrote this blogs, for their great and valuable contributions.

 

Here are the SAP Portal and SAP HANA Cloud Portal Top Blogs in 2013:
Blog 1: How to clear the SAP Portal cache by Tobias Hofmann

Blog 2: Show Role ID and Workset ID in editors in SAP Portal by Roman Loshevsky

Blog 3: How to set the IE compatibility view from Server Side by Dani Cohen
Blog 4: How to connect HANA Cloud Portal to an SAP back-end system? by Tomer Gabbai

Blog 5: Tips for the SAP Portal Content Studio by Noel Hendrikx

Blog 6: Creating Dynamic Actions for Your Mobile Portal Framework Page Application by Yotam Kadishay

Blog 7: Using Lumira in SAP Portal Activity Reporting by Murali Shanmugham

Blog 8: Integration of BOBJ with SAP Portal by Vinod Patil

Blog 9: Hana Cloud Portal as Doorway to the enterprise's off-premise AND on-premise business software by Andy Silvey

Blog 10: SAP Portal Framework Page Unavailable by Tobias Hofmann

Blog 11: How to Start Your SAP Portal 7.3/7.4 Project (Top 10 Lessons Learned From Ramp-up) by Thomas Hensel

Blog 12: SAP NetWeaver Portal – Mobile Portal Applications Development by Aviad Rivlin

Blog 13: Getting started with  SAP Portal 7.3: Installation by Kumar Prashant

Blog 14: Getting started with SAP Portal 7.3: NWDS and Logon Page by Kumar Prashant

Blog 15: Say Goodbye to the SAP AJAX Portal, and Hello to HTML5 by Gavin Quinn

Blog 16: Video Widget in HANA Cloud Portal is now available as Out-of-the-box OpenSocial Widget by Inbal Sabag

Blog 17: User Experience Innovation – Selecting the Best Technology and Beyond by Yotam Kadishay

Blog 18: My experience on Portal 7.3 Upgrade / Migration - ESS/MSS Business Packages by Biroj Patro

Blog 19: Get inspired by the new out-of-the-box sample sites of SAP HANA Cloud Portal by Ifat Shwartz

Blog 20: How to use the SAP UI Theme Designer by Noel Hendrikx

Blog 21: Using LESS in HANA Cloud Portal by Inbal Sabag

Blog 22: Google Analytics in SAP Portal 7.3 by Fouad Hjiyer

Blog 23: Tech Tips and Tutorials for HANA Cloud Portal by Ifat Shwartz

Blog 24: HANA Cloud Portal -  Drive with SAP UI5 by Inbal Sabag

 

Some Portal and HANA Cloud Portal experts can be found with 2 or 3 blogs in this list: Tobias Hofmann, Yotam Kadishay, Kumar Prashant, Ifat Shwartz, Noel Hendrikx and Inbal Sabag.

 

In three polls we identified 3 blogs (out of 24) which got most of the votes. These 3 blogs were the candidates in the final voting:

How to connect HANA Cloud Portal to an SAP back-end system by Tomer Gabbai

Video Widget in HANA Cloud Portal is now available as Out-of-the-box OpenSocial Widget by Inbal Sabag

Google Analytics in SAP Portal 7.3 by Fouad Hjiyer

 

and this was the result of the final voting:

 

Third most voted blog: Video Widget in HANA Cloud Portal is now available as Out-of-the-box OpenSocial Widget

Second most voted blog: How to connect HANA Cloud Portal to an SAP back-end system

 

 

And the winner 2013 is: Google Analytics in SAP Portal 7.3. Congratulations to Fouad, the SAP Portal Blogger crown is handed over to you. @Fouad: You will also receive a special reward on SCN for this achievement, it needs to be prepared, and you will be informed when it is ready.
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We are looking forward reading the new contributions of the Portal and HANA Cloud Portal community in 2014.

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