In 2004 SAP and Microsoft jointly announced their joint commitment for advanced web services. Both companies drive open standards and implement them in their respective solution stacks.
But also beyond web services there are additional integration scenarios from SAP to Microsoft and back. To find out more about each of these scenarios, have a closer look at the documents in this Knowledge Center:
Learn how to develop a .NET based Web services client that uses Windows Integrated Authentication and SAP logon tickets for Single Sign On to a SAP NetWeaver Web service.
Investigate how to achieve reliable messaging using existing web services technology and existing features and functions of SAP XI 3.0 and Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004.
Learn how to access the ODS BAPI in SAP BW using the new SAP .NET Connector 2.0.
Learn how to access the OLAP BAPI in SAP BW using the new SAP .NET Connector 2.0.
Learn how to load data from SAP BW into an external Microsoft Analysis Services MOLAP cube using the BW Open Hub Service.
Based on a real-world B2B scenario from the retail industry, this article assesses the security risks and recommends the appropriate security configuration from the various options provided by WS-Security.
This article presents the configuration settings and shows code samples to secure the communication based on the requirements identified in the first article. It also considers the requirements from the Basic Security Profile (BSP) 1.0 Working Group Draft released by the Web Services Interoperability (WS-I) Organization and looks at the interoperability issues when using the declarative security features in WSE.
The article presents a sample .NET Smart-Client application which consumes SAP ESAFastTrack services using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Beta and version 2.0 of the Microsoft .NET Framework. The sample is deployed with ClickOnce technology.
This whitepaper describes how Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 can be integrated into SAP Enterprise Portal (SAP EP) by using WebDAV today without extensions.Additionally, it will examine what possibilities arise from integrating this solution into SAP Enterprise Portal and what features can be used with the current software versions.