Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Microsoft and SAP Deliver on Plans to Deepen Integration Of SAP NetWeaver and Microsoft .NET

Microsoft and SAP Deliver on Plans to Deepen Integration Of SAP NetWeaver and Microsoft .NET: "'With this announcement, SAP and Microsoft are delivering on the promise to deepen integration between SAP NetWeaver and .NET in order to help customers better integrate their enterprise,' said Peter Graf, senior vice president of product marketing, Collaborative Solutions, SAP. 'SAP NetWeaver's open integration and application allow customers to leverage their existing software investments to drive innovation through the flexibility enabled by interoperability of third-party platforms like .NET. Thousands of shared customers will benefit from the improved level of interoperability that the PDK for .NET enables.'
Using the PDK for .NET, developers and SAP customers are able to fully utilize the capabilities of the Microsoft .NET Framework to build interactive business content for SAP Enterprise Portal. This business content running on the SAP Enterprise Portal and the .NET Framework leverages key portal services, such as user management, SAP Single Sign On (SAP SSO) and specialized content. Developers can build the user interface of this interactive business content using any combination of the standard SAP .NET controls and user interface controls of SAP NetWeaver. The .NET portal business content is easily deployed through SAP NetWeaver and the Portal Runtime for .NET that processes the .NET business content code and integrates the results in SAP Enterprise Portal."

Interesting development -- especially since NetWeaver is Eclipse-based.
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