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SAP R/3 Handbook, Third Edition, 3rd Edition by Jim Keogh, Jose Hernandez, Franklin Martinez

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Building the Client/Server SAP Web AS System

Once all the processes and components that make up the SAP system are known, we can see how all these pieces come together to form a whole client/server Web AS system.

The starting point is a server system (hardware point of view) with the required memory, disks, network controller cards, and operating system.

On this first server, add the relational database management system with its corresponding database processes. At this moment, you have the database server. The database is, of course, installed on the disks connected to this computer server.

Now, add basic Web AS services (work processes).We have added a printer to this system to get a connection between the SAP spool work process and the host ...

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