The latest edition: Everything you need to know about workflow!

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1089 pages, 3rd, updated and revised edition , Print edition hardcover
ISBN 978-1-4932-1009-1
1089 pages, 3rd, updated and revised edition
E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-1010-7
1089 pages, 3rd, updated and revised edition , Print edition hardcover
E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-1011-4
One resource. All of your SAP Business Workflow needs. Reorganized and fine-tuned, the third edition of this #1 bestseller is packed with information and better than ever. Pick the sections or chapters that are most relevant to you; focus on the provided conceptual explanations, technical instructions, or both. You’ll find important topics such as configuration, administration and troubleshooting, design, and enhancement. If you know the basics, you’ll find value in the coverage provided for SAP’s changed landscape such as SAPUI5, SAP Fiori, SAP HANA, and much more.
  • Get the whole story on creating, maintaining, and customizing workflows in SAP
  • Learn about workflow for all the major SAP applications
  • Update your skills with coverage of SAP HANA, SAP Fiori, BRF+, and more
  • 3rd edition, updated and expanded
About the Book About the E-book 1,089 pages, hardcover, 2 in. Including code downloads, and interactive checklists for your workflow project. Reference book format 6.9 x 9 in. Printed black and white on 50# offset paper from sustainable sources. Reader-friendly serif font (Linotype Syntax 9.5 Pt.). One-column layout. E-book in full color. PDF (50 MB), EPUB (56 MB), and MOBI file (82 MB) for download, DRM-free with personalized digital watermark. Copy & paste, bookmarks, and print-out permitted. Table of contents, in-text references, and index fully linked. Including online book edition in dedicated reader application.

In this book, you'll find:

  1. Workflow Concepts

    Explore the background information you need to understand the functions of SAP Business Workflow. Understand work item delivery and agents, and learn how to activate SAP-provided workflows.

  2. Administration Concepts

    Learn how to make sure that workflows are properly executed, and how to fix things when they go wrong. From upgrading, to troubleshooting, to diagnostics, the information is all here.

  3. Workflow Development

    Know how to create a workflow from scratch. You'll find basic builder tasks, advanced techniques, and information on editors and ABAP techniques.

  4. Enhancements

    Get information on customizing UIs, and how to use workflows in different SAP components.

Highlights include:

  • SAP Business Workflow
  • Business processes
  • Configuration
  • Administration
  • ABAP classes and custom programs
  • Web Dynpro ABAP/Java
  • BRFplus
  • SAP HANA
  • SAPUI5 and other UIs
»A must-have for workflow study and design! «
Reader Review, 2nd edition

Jocelyn Dart is a long-time SAP employee who currently majors in solutions in the SAP Intelligent Business Operations Powered by HANA bundle, and minors in user experience technologies and design thinking.

Susan Keohan is a senior application developer at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She has worked with SAP since 1995, when MIT began its implementation.

Alan Rickayzen is senior product manager in HANA SAP BPM development. He has been with SAP since 1992 and in data processing since 1988. In 1995, he joined the SAP Business Workflow group performing development work as well as consulting for various blue-chip U.S.

DJ Adams is a principal at Bluefin Solutions and has been working with SAP enterprise software since 1987, specializing in integration, and has a strong connection to the Open Source community.

Konstantin Anikeev is an independent senior SRM application developer with more than eight years of SAP experience, mainly in workflow and user interface technologies such as Web Dynpro ABAP and SAPUI5.

Paul Bakker is an independent SAP consultant who has been working with SAP software since late last century.

Rick Bakker is a freelance contractor who discovered SAP in Central Africa late last millennium. Some years later, he was introduced to SAP Business Workflow and has been a regular on the SCN Workflow forum ever since.

Manish Chaitanya is an SAP NetWeaver architect who has experience in handling multiple SAP NetWeaver implementations for global customers.

Stephen Johannes is a system analyst who currently supports a productive SAP CRM implementation for a large specialty chemical company in the United States.

Markus Kuppe is vice president and chief solution architect for SAP Master Data Governance. Since joining SAP development in 1997, he led various programs across the SAP Business Suite in topics such as reporting, user experience, or architecture—always in close collaboration with customers.

Martin Maguth is a managing director at Norikkon, LLC, in Miami, Florida. He has more than 10 years of experience in the IT industry specializing in SAP Business Workflow, SAP enterprise content management, as well as ABAP programming.

Elke Menninger joined SAP Germany in 1994 and gained experience as consultant in many projects with her main focus on SAP R/3 Production Planning and Supply Chain Management.

Justin Morgalis has been helping clients implement SAP ERP HCM Self-Services since 2007. He comes from a consulting and development background, so he understands both the technical and functional aspects of SAP ERP HCM and can communicate them clearly to any audience.

Eddie Morris is an SAP Support Architect with more than 15 years of IT experience. Starting with Dell Inc., he worked as an analyst/programmer, but the past 12 years, he has been supporting SAP Business Workflow for customers across the globe.

Amol Palekar has worked on BI programs for various Fortune 500 companies. He is currently director of Analytics and Service Delivery at TekLink International Inc.

Mike Pokraka is a freelance consultant who has been working with SAP since the 1990s. Prior to SAP, he has also worked as an Oracle DBA, and co-founded a successful data processing bureau.

Andreas Seifried is product manager for SAP Master Data Governance and has been engaged in shaping SAP’s portfolio for data management since he joined the development organization in 2004. Andreas joined SAP in 2001. As a technology consultant, he helped organizations all over the world solve their data and process integration challenges.

Sachin Sethi is an author, speaker, and agent of change for SAP SRM. He’s the founder and managing partner of TSE (The SRM Experts), which provides business consulting and systems integration services focused around the SAP SRM solution.

Atul Sudhalkar is a product manager for SAP’s Governance, Risk, and Compliance group, and works at SAP’s Palo Alto offices.

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