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<b>Zend and SAP team up to promote PHP</b>
Need to make web applications fast? John Coggeshall, internationally respected expert on PHP unveils a new PHP section of the SDN where the community can educate and be educated on the most popular web scripting language on the Internet. Using PHP? Curious? Check out the new PHP Forum and get involved in the discussion!
<b>PHP / HowTo: Your system status (RZ20)</b>
Now that you have PHP installed what can you do with it? here's a quickie to help get you started...<b>Updated</b> Link to SAP Doc, see end of weblog.
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<b>Web based booking in of items using PHP & BAPI's</b>
This weblog outlines how to create a web application to allow users to book in items such as service orders.
This will be a very intresting read if you work within a non web enabled SAP environment.
<b>PHP Section takes root with brand new SAP+PHP content</b>
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<b>Shameless Plug: The SAP Developer's Guide to PHP</b>
Sometimes we just find ourselves filled with both joy and anxiety over something we've just done, me I feel that way right now, and since I am such an open person I figured I share with all of you...
System Status in PHP using the XMI interface (BAPIs) and SAPRFC.
I was looking for an idea for a widget (OS X Tiger), I started out reading user statuses, but this was more interesting.
Part 1 is very basic and lays the groundwork for the widget interation. A BSP could have been used instead of PHP, but a PHP version also opened up other opportunities (such as a PHP based monitoring system).
I will get part 2 out later in the week.
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP</b>
This blog will take you through developing an SE16 Emulation system using PHP and SAP.
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP - Volume 2</b>
This blog will take you through developing an SM30 Emulation system using PHP and SAP.
<a href="/people/anton.wenzelhuemer/blog/2006/03/27/accessing-arbitrary-databases-from-within-abap-using-a-php-data-hub-and-web-services">Accessing arbitrary databases from within ABAP using a PHP data hub and web services</a>.
Let's get started with our own little homegrown master data management!
Hint: Very easy weblog points and hopefully some recognition by the community are awaiting the ambitious ABAPer who turnes things upside down by taking the already existing WSDL, creating an ABAP web service from it and using the already existing PHP client to access it ))
<b>Scripting in a Box v0.0.1</b>
Interested in PHP or Perl? Tired of fighting with getting a development environment setup and not knowing which version of what to work with? I decided to devote the little free time I have these days to creating a solution just for you.
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP - Volume 3</b>
This weblog, shows the development of an SE11/SE16 simulator using Object Oriented PHP 5.
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP - Volume 4</b>
This weblog, shows the development of an SE10 simulator using Object Oriented PHP 5.
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP - Volume 5</b>
Don't be ashamed and send some mails with cool SBWP emulator. Of course developed using PHP5 and SAP -;)
<b>ABAP POP3 Email Client Using an RFC enabled PHP client proxy</b>
You'll see how to set up a RFC server in PHP permanently accessible from ABAP as well as how to access an arbitrary (local or remote) POP3 enabled mailbox. Some of the pitfalls and possibilities of mail handling are exemplified.
Have fun to check it out yourself and feel free to enhance it or suggest some collaborative effort to do so.
Ever wanted to access your SAP Mail from PHP??? Now you can do it with this nice SBWP emulation -;)
This weblog provides a simple implementation that uses SAPRFC , PHPRFC extension and PHP script to view the details of Mobile Devices(Details of Users , Installed Application Details and the Device Profile) attached to the particular MI Server.
<a href="/people/kishor.gopinathan/blog/2006/06/29/mi-meets-php--to-view-the-list-of-mobile-devices-attached-to-the-mi-server meets PHP - To view the List of Mobile Devices attached to the MI Server</a>
Special thanks to Craig Cmehil.
Thanks & Regards
<b>PHP, AJAX (Agent) and USR02</b>
It's not a new topic here on SDN but it is one that has not been covered very much lately. AJAX, one of the buzz words out there right now, so what is it, how do I get it into my application and why would I?
<b>Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP - Volume 7</b>
Make your ABAP tests on this SE38 Emulator -:)
<b>web-based SD sales order creation</b>
Weblog dealing with web-based SD sales order creation:
<a href="/people/flavio.ciotola3/blog/2006/09/19/sap-and-php-an-easy-way-for-sd-sales-order-entry:///people/flavio.ciotola3/blog/2006/09/19/sap-and-php-an-easy-way-for-sd-sales-order-entry href="/people/flavio.ciotola3/blog/2006/09/19/sap-and-php-an-easy-way-for-sd-sales-order-entry:///people/flavio.ciotola3/blog/2006/09/19/sap-and-php-an-easy-way-for-sd-sales-order-entry
using SAP, PHP, MySQL.
<b>SAP Mobile Infrastructure WebConsole simulation using PHP Script.</b>
You can see the simulation of MI WebConsole using PHP Script in this blog series.
<a href="/people/kishor.gopinathan/blog/2006/10/06/sap-mi-webconsole-simulation-using-php-script--part-1 MI WebConsole simulation using PHP Script - Part 1</a>
<a href="/people/kishor.gopinathan/blog/2006/10/06/sap-mi-webconsole-simulation-using-php-script--part-2 MI WebConsole simulation using PHP Script - Part 2</a>
<a href="/people/kishor.gopinathan/blog/2006/10/06/sap-mi-webconsole-simulation-using-php-script--part-3 MI WebConsole simulation using PHP Script - Part 3</a>
Special thanks to Craig
I copied the current links to <a href="https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/emtech/weblogsrelatedto+PHP&">this Wiki page</a>, so we could add and change them there.
I guess the links could then be grouped and perhaps the description adapted a bit, which I didn't do for now, but feel free to change, it's a wiki after all. A few links seems to be broken, due to a change in the SDN url scheme. I'll update them later.
<b>Heterogeneous Enterprise Service Consumption</b>
This <a href="/people/goran.stoiljkovski/blog/2007/09/28/heterogeneous-enterprise-service-consumption explains the process of getting involved in the initiative <i>Heterogeneous Enterprise Service Consumption</i> which will be kicked off at the TechEd 2007 in Munich.
Get on board, PHP folks!