Monday, September 25, 2017
Friday, September 22, 2017
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 | 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST / 5pm CEST
Strategic business demands are compelling companies to embrace the cloud and business networks. As businesses move to a cloud environment, information security becomes increasingly central to their overall risk management initiatives.
Please join this webinar to learn about SAP Ariba’s holistic, multidimensional approach to support best practices and security controls to help protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of your information. We’ll share our security principles, including:
- Guarding your data against external and internal risks
- High availability, monitoring, and business continuity
- Effective risk management
Speaker: Lakshmi Hanspal, Chief Security Officer, SAP Ariba
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017
Here is the code snippets but the full document with all the table details is located for download here.
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Thursday, September 14, 2017
With SAP EM 9.2 SP06 a new activity type “Post Processing Activity” has been introduced. It can be used to execute certain activities once instead of multiple times when processing event messages.
Only one post processing activity can be assigned to each rule set and it will be executed exactly once after rule set processing is done. This allows the EM developer to trigger follow-up activities in a mass enabled way instead of triggering the single action possibly multiple times during rule set processing. To make this work rule set activities which are executed during the rule set processing have to collect all data that is necessary for the post processing activity instead of triggering the actions itself. Check in this SAP document to see how to do it: Post Processing Activity to boost performance of EM – TM integration
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
SAP SE today announced new agreements with Deutsche Tamoil and Q1 that will add hundreds of new fueling locations across Germany to the SAP® Vehicles Network solution. Other agreements with PACE and Tantalum will add new automated payment options for fueling and parking. SAP also showcased new integration scenarios with TripIt® from Concur, the world's highest-rated travel-organizing app, and automated payment options with Parken+ and Apple Pay to create seamless, connected travel experiences. The announcements were made at IAA New Mobility World, taking place Sept. 14–17 in Frankfurt, Germany, and Mobile World Congress Americas, taking place Sept. 12–14 in San Francisco, California. - Read full release at NewsWire
Monday, September 11, 2017
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
You can use SAP Event Management to manage the statuses of your business processes. To communicate with EM you need to send it events. There are several ways of sending events to EM including via IDoc, BAPI call, RFC call and XML call.
The syntax for sending an event using the BAPI /SAPTRX/BAPI_EH_ADDEVENTMSG_02 is described in detail below. In addition to showing you how to call the BAPI it also shows how to call the BAPI using a a qRFC leveraging a specific outbound queue name.
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Monday, September 4, 2017
If you are contemplating implementing SAP Event Management, you will need to be prepared to answer a series of questions to be able to establish a design that caters to your needs. These list of questions should help guide your JAD whiteboard session. No substitution from standing up there and guiding the discussion with questions that need answering -> that ultimately lead to a solid, scalable and efficient solution design.
The following list of questions is a comprehensive list of what needs to be asked…
Saturday, September 2, 2017
Researchers able to hijack server and steal card details
Point-of-Sale systems from SAP had a vulnerability that allowed them to be hacked using a $25 Raspberry Pi or similar device, according to research unveiled at the Hack in the Box conference in Singapore last week.
Critical vulnerabilities in SAP's POS – since resolved – created a means for hackers not only to steal customers' card data but to gain unfettered control over the server, enabling them to change prices of goods with the help of a simple device, according to ERPScan.
SAP developed a patch after being alerted to the problem by ERPScan in April, allowing the enterprise app security specialists to go public with their discovery last week.
The root cause of the problem was that pre-patch SAP POS Xpress Server systems failed to perform any authentication checks for critical functionality that requires user identity. As a result, administrative and other privileged functions could be accessed without any authentication.
Read the full article at The Register.