Security Guides for the SAP NetWeaver Scenarios

Security Guides for the SAP NetWeaver Scenarios

Scenario

Variants

See

Running an Enterprise Portal

Providing Uniform Content Access

Portal Security Guide

Implementing a Federated Portal Network

Portal Security Guide

Implementing a Federated Portal Network

Implementing an External-Facing Portal

Portal Security Guide

Implementing an External-Facing Portal

Enterprise Knowledge Management

Content Integration and Management

Content Creation, Publication, and Access

Knowledge Management Security Guide

Documentation, Manuals, and Training Materials Management

SAP Knowledge Warehouse Security Guide

Enabling User Collaboration

All variants

Collaboration Security Guide

Business Planning and Analytical Services

All variants

Security Guide SAP NetWeaver BI

Enterprise Reporting, Query and Analysis

All variants

Security Guide SAP NetWeaver BI

Scenario Enterprise Reporting, Query and Analysis

Enterprise Data Warehousing

All variants

Security Guide SAP NetWeaver BI

Scenario Enterprise Data Warehousing

Enabling Application-to-Application Processes

Application-to-Application Integration

SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

Enabling Application-to-Application Processes: Security Aspects

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

Enabling Business-to-Business Processes

Business partner integration using industry standards

SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

Business Partner Integration Using Industry Standards

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

Small-business partner and subsidiary integration

SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

Smaller Business Partner and Subsidiary Integration

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

Business Process Management

All variants

SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

Business Task Management

Central Access to Tasks

Universal Worklist Security Guide

Support for Offline Processes

Guided Procedures Security Guide

Interactive Forms based on Adobe Software

Enabling Enterprise Services

Point-to-point services-based integration

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

Brokered services-based integration

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Security Guide

SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

Developing, Configuring, and Adapting Applications

Developing Java applications using Web Dynpro

SAP Web Application Server Security Guide

Security Aspects for Usage Type DI and Other Development Technologies

Security Aspects of Web Dynpro for Java

Developing ABAP applications using Web Dynpro

Security Aspects for Web Dynpro for ABAP

Creating composite applications using the CAF

Composite Application Framework Core Security Guide

Security Guide for Guided Procedures

Creating Portal Applications Using PDK for .NET

PDK for .NET Security Guide

SAP NetWeaver Operations

All variants

Security Aspects for System Management

Software Life-Cycle Management

All variants

Security Guide for the SAP System Landscape Directory

SLM Security Roles

Implementation support

Protecting Your Productive System (Change & Transport System) (AS-ABAP)

Security of the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure (AS-Java)

Mobilizing Business Processes

All variants

Security Guide for SAP Mobile Infrastructure

Authentication and Single Sign-On

All variants

User Authentication and Single Sign-On

Portal Security Guide

Integrated User and Access Management

All variants

User Management

Integration of User Management in Your System Landscape

As of SAP NetWeaver 2004s SR2, usage type Enterprise Portal (EP) has been separated into two closely related usage types: EP Core (EPC) and Enterprise Portal (EP).

Usage type EPC provides the core portal capabilities available in the former usage type EP. Usage type EP now includes all portal add-on capabilities it provided before, but without the core portal functionality.

Where usage type EP is specified as a prerequisite for implementing an IT scenario variant, both usage type EPC and EP are required. The standalone implementation of the new usage type EPC without usage type EP is currently limited to certain ERP scenarios (see mySAP ERP Master Guide).