Implementing SAP R/3 on OS/400

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 07 August 2001

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ISBN-10: 0738421456
ISBN-13: 9780738421452
IBM Form #: SG24-4672-03


Authors: Aco Vidovic, Monti Abrahams, Ali Ayub, Lisa Gargulak, Michael Power and Marco Wermann

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication features a collection of knowledge gained from IBM and SAP solution experts who work with customers that use SAP R/3 on the IBM eServer iSeries server. It was written to assist R/3 basis consultants and other IT professionals in implementing a total business solution consisting of iSeries and AS/400 servers, OS/400 Version 4 Release 5 (V4R5), SAP R/3 Release 4.6C, DB2 UDB for iSeries database, and complementary solution products.

    The primary content of this book is divided into three parts:

    Part 1, "Understanding the solution", presents the concepts and other basic knowledge necessary to understand the structure, features, and functions of the SAP R/3 solution on the iSeries server.

    Part 2, "Implementation", describes the implementation techniques necessary to install and properly set up R/3 in the iSeries environment. It contains detailed guidance and explanations of the specific tasks associated with the implementation. Professionals involved in implementing R/3 on OS/400 may, at some stage, face all the topics covered in this part.

    Part 3, "Advanced topics", covers topics that will be of interest to those who want to enhance their SAP R/3 installation by improving performance and adding additional functionality.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Understanding the solution

    Chapter 1. Introduction to the iSeries server

    Chapter 2. Introduction to SAP R/3

    Chapter 3. SAP R/3 system landscapes on iSeries

    Chapter 4. Sizing and capacity planning

    Part 2. Implementation

    Chapter 5. Installation and configuration

    Chapter 6. National language support

    Chapter 7. Connectivity

    Chapter 8. Data porting

    Chapter 9. R/3 system printing

    Chapter 10. iSeries system administration using GUI

    Chapter 11. Availability, backup, and recovery

    Part 3. Advanced topics

    Chapter 12. Coexistence with non-SAP R/3 applications

    Chapter 13. MQSeries link for R/3

    Chapter 14. Migration to another platform

    Chapter 15. Change and transport system

    Chapter 16. Performance management

    Chapter 17. Access Builder for SAP R/3

    Chapter 18. mySAP.com

    Chapter 19. SAP R/3 and Domino connection

    Chapter 20. Using an IBM Network Station as an SAP front end

    Chapter 21. Problem determination

    Part 4. Appendices

    Appendix A. OS/400 user tools

    Appendix B. Apply Journaled Changes Extended

    Appendix C. Support for SAP R/3

     

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