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SAP Mobile Documents enables you and others to access your documents instantly on your PC, laptop, smartphone and tablet. Available on-premise or on-demand using the SAP HANA Cloud.

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Regine Schimmer, Martina Kirschenmann

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Martin Huvar, Annette Fuchs, Regine Schimmer, Martina Kirschenmann, Corneliu Mitu, Jonathan Cooper, Matt Carrier, Milja Gillespie

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New SAP Mobile Documents Setup Guide

In this new article, Karsten Geiseler guides you through an easy and secure setup of SAP Mobile Documents. The guide explains all the necessary steps to get started and also sheds some light at the main features and architecture. April 1, 2014

 

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SAP Mobile Documents SP2 Now Available

On March 17, SAP released the latest Support Package 2 for SAP Mobile Documents 1.0, including write support in mobile clients, responsive Web client, team sharing, and other exciting new features. For more information and to download the new SP2, read Annette Fuchs' blog. March 18, 2014

 

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How to Develop a Custom iOS Client for SAP Mobile Documents

SAP Mobile Documents delivers not only several clients and a server component, but also an SDK that allows you to develop your own client. Read Simon Oehm’s blog about the development of a custom iOS client and learn what you have to do and what you have to be aware of when developing your own client, including prerequisites, necessary settings, and sample code. December 17, 2013

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