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SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation by George W. Anderson

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How to Test mySAP Components

Until the last two years, when I thought of SAP stress testing I thought solely of R/3. With the advent of mySAP, however, all of that changed. No longer are interfaces to other systems handled through ALE (Application Link Enabling) or EDI (Electronic Data Interchange); instead, more and more systems are linked leveraging the Internet and protocols like HTTP and XML. And SAP’s NetWeaver will push the use of Microsoft’s .NET and Java connectivity/interoperability in general, further underscoring the need to stress test across the “extended enterprise.”

To execute a stress test, you fortunately do not need to be an expert in these protocols and initiatives, nor necessarily in the systems and products that these protocols ...

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