SAP Xi - Netweaver - Xi - Enterprise Portals

This certification path will validate your capability as a well-trained technologist and prepare you to help your client or employer manage and execute key business processes. Armed with an understanding of the portal, knowledge management, and collaboration functionality of SAP Netweaver 2004, you can implement this knowledge for your projects as a technology consultant.

Prerequisites

  1. Java programming or administration knowledge
  2. SAP Technical Knowledge. e.g.: SAP Basis, Security or XI / PI (eXchange infrastructure / Process Integration)

Course Highlights

1. SAP Web AS Fundamentals

  • SAP Solution Offering
  • Navigation
  • SAP System Architecture
  • Enterprise Services Architecture
  • SAP Netweaver, Overview

2. SAP Web AS ABAP Administration

  • Starting and Stopping SAP systems
  • Configuring SAP Web AS ABAP
  • User Management in SAP Web AS ABAP
  • Configuring Remote Connections
  • Patching SAP Web AS ABAP
  • Scheduling Background Jobs
  • Monitoring SAP Systems
  • Technology Components for Browser-based User Interfaces

3. SAP Web AS Java Administration

  • Java Basics (non-programming topics)
  • Starting and Stopping SAP Web AS Java
  • Configuring SAP Web AS Java
  • Patching SAP Web AS Java
  • User Management in SAP Web AS Java
  • Software Logistics for SAP Web AS Java
  • Monitoring SAP Web AS Java

4. SAP NetWeaver Portal Fundamentals

  • The Big Picture
  • The End-User Perspective
  • Technical Infrastructure
  • Portal Platform Content
  • Security Aspects

5. SAP NetWeaver Portal System Administration

  • User Administration and Authentication
  • Portal Authorization Concept
  • Single Sign-On with Back-End Systems
  • Integrating SAP Applications
  • Solution Management
  • Secure System Management
  • Design Modifications and Branding
  • Global Portal

5. Configuration of Knowledge Management and Collaboration

  • Knowledge Management Overview
  • Content Management Functions
  • Search and Classification (TREX)
  • Administration and Configuration
  • Technical Infrastructure
  • Collaboration

6. Implementation

  • Installation
  • Sizing
  • Implementation and Methodology
  • Clustering and High Availability