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Microsoft® .NET and SAP by Thomas Reimer, Scott Adams, Steve Fox, Juergen Daiberl

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Introduction

During the time we spent in the Microsoft–SAP area as Technical Evangelists for Microsoft and as specialists in the field, we recognized that a lot of people have the same questions:

  • "How can I achieve single sign-on between Microsoft and SAP?"

  • "How can I expose business data from my SAP applications through the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Portal?"

  • "How do Microsoft BI and SAP work together?"

  • "Can I use Web services to integrate SAP into a Microsoft .NET solution?"

We tried to answer some of the questions by publishing white papers at http://www.microsoft.com/sap, but we also recognized that no book was available that described some basic scenarios in detail so that a developer could use such a book as a starting point for this ...

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