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SAP NetWeaver Portal Technology: The Complete Reference

by: Rabi Jay

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,16.06.08

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ISBN: 007154853X
ISBN13: 9780071548533

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Introduction


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      There are more than 100,000 SAP installations serving more than 12 million people

Description

Your Hands-on Guide to SAP NetWeaver Portal Technology

Master SAP NetWeaver Portal with the most comprehensive, step-by-step reference available on the entire portal implementation life cycle. Written by SAP architect Rabi Jay, this book provides everything you need to plan, design, install, configure, and administer SAP NetWeaver Portal, including SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java.

SAP NetWeaver Portal Technology: The Complete Reference is filled with detailed descriptions, numerous illustrations, and hundreds of expert tips. Design and deploy portals with high availability, scalability, and performance. Implement single sign-on to backend systems and integrate SAP and non-SAP applications. Configure reliable J2EE engine and portal security, and devise a flawless portal backup and restore strategy. Improve performance using portal workload, GC, thread dump, and HTTP analysis.


  * Plan futuristically using PAM, release planning, and maintenance strategy


  * Design global portals using federated portal networks and external-facing portals


  * Implement self-registration and delegated user and content administration


  * Enable authorization using security zones, UME actions, and ACL permissions


  * Manage users centrally using LDAP, UME, and Identity Management


  * Implement user-, type-, and attribute-based authentication


  * Brand your portal using portal desktop rules, themes, and framework pages


  * Configure portal transports, and deploy patches and business packages using JSPM


  * Monitor your portal using CCMS and GRMG Availability Monitoring


  * Manage your portal centrally using NWA and maintain systems using SLD

Author Biography

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Rabi Jay, a certified SAP professional, has architected and implemented CRM, ERP, and B2B portal solutions for Fortune 100 firms. He has extensive management, consulting, development, and training experience. Rabi also mentors SAP consultants and has built a team of SAP experts

Table of Contents

Part I: Portal Implementation Planning
Chapter 1. Introduction to SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal
Chapter 2. SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal Building Blocks
Chapter 3. IT Practices, IT Scenarios, and Usage Types for NW Portal
Chapter 4. PAM, Release Strategy, Maintenance Strategy, and Support Strategy
Chapter 5. Using Scenario and Process Component List Application
Part II: Portal Infrastructure Design
Chapter 6. J2EE Architecture
Chapter 7. High Availability for Portals
Chapter 8. Sizing and Scalability
Chapter 9. Web Infrastructure Components
Part III: Portal Installation
Chapter 10. Preparing for Portal Installation
Chapter 11. Portal Installation
Chapter 12. Post-Installation Steps
Part IV: Content Administration
Chapter 13. Developing Content and Assigning Permissions
Chapter 14. Developing iViews and Pages
Chapter 15. Developing Roles and Worksets
Chapter 16. Using Business Packages
Chapter 17. Changing Portal Look and Feel: Branding
Chapter 18. Connecting to SAP and Non-SAP Backend Systems
Chapter 19. Implementing Federated Portals
Chapter 20. Implementing External-Facing Portals
Part V: System Administration
Chapter 21. Portal Backup and Restore
Chapter 22. Transporting Portal Content
Chapter 23. Installing Support Packages Using Java Support Package Manager
Chapter 24. Implementing Delegated Content and System Administration
Chapter 25. Implementing Delegated User Administration
Part VI: Portal Troubleshooting
Chapter 26. Troubleshooting Portal Using Logs and Traces
Chapter 27. Analyzing and Troubleshooting Portal Performance
Chapter 28. Portal Monitoring
Chapter 29. JVM Garbage Collection Analysis
Chapter 30. JVM Thread Dump Analysis
Chapter 31. HTTP Performance Analysis
Chapter 32. Configuring CCMS Monitoring and GRMG Availability Monitoring
Chapter 33. Tuning Portal Performance
Part VII: Portal Security
Chapter 34. Implementing Authorization Using Permissions, Security Zones, and UME Actions
Chapter 35. UME Architecture Components
Chapter 36. Administering Users with User Management Tool
Chapter 37. Configuring UME Datasource
Chapter 38. Configuring Portal Authentication
Chapter 39. Transferring Role Between Portal and SAP
Chapter 40. Implementing Single Sign-On to SAP and Non-SAP Systems
Chapter 41. Implementing SSL on the J2EE Engine
Chapter 42. Implementing Portal Network Security
Part VIII: Configuring System Landscape Directory
Chapter 43. System Landscape Directory
Chapter 44. Configuring and Using NetWeaver Administration
Part IX: Appendixes
Appendix A. Installing the SAP NetWeaver 7.0 (2004s) - Java Trial Version
Appendix B. References Index