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ADM – Administration as Java 7. Published on Oct View Download No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without theexpress permission of SAP AG. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice.

Some software products marketed by SAP AG and its distributors contain proprietary softwarecomponents of other software vendors. All other products mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of theirrespective companies. It is not suitable for self-study. Typographic ConventionsAmerican English is the standard used in this handbook.

The following typographicconventions are also used. Type Style DescriptionExample text Words or characters that appear on the screen. Theseinclude field names, screen titles, pushbuttons as well asmenu names, paths, and options. Also used for cross-references to other documentationboth internal and external. Example text Screen output. This includes file and directory namesand their paths, messages, names of variables andparameters, and passages of the source text of a program. Example text Exact user entry.

These are words and characters thatyou enter in the system exactly as they appear in thedocumentation. Pointed brackets indicate that youreplace these words and characters with appropriateentries. Icon MeaningFor more information, tips, or backgroundNote or further explanation of previous pointException or cautionProceduresIndicates that the item is displayed in the instructorspresentation. User and Authorization Administration Java Connector and Destinations Connections to other Systems with the Java Connector Architecture.

Change Management and Software Logistics However, no application-specific or product-specific activities are taught. Target AudienceThis course is intended for the following audiences: Further Configuration Activities 15 MinutesUnit 4: Connections to other Systems 30 MinutesAppendix: Transporting Java Developments 15 MinutesAddendum: Availability Monitoring 15 MinutesUnit 9: The instructor notes in the manual were created in parallel with thedocuments for the participants.

General information about the system landscape and logon data A System Setup Guide with all the preparatory steps Possibly an add-on IG with supplements and error corrections for thecourse material A registration list for newsflash emails about administration trainingIf you do not have access to this information, contact your local trainingadministration. You cannot teach this course without the additionalinformation.

ADM – Administration as Java (Col74)

You must be well prepared to teach this challenging course. However, these differences are not referred to in great detail. This is not a deltacourse. Course ADM deals with Release 7. It would also be useful to attend ADMto take a look at the release adinistration.


Added Gateway to slides Unit 2: New screenshots from 7.

ADM800 – Administration as Java 7.1(Col74)

Spelling corrections Unit 7: Check instructor notes in Unit and lessons carefully! NWA UI in 7. Central Monitoring works different with SolMan 7. Removed last Lesson on SolMan as there are too much changes in this area. Only mentioning Mopz, not doing anything with it. The basic Javaterms and how SAP uses them should be clear to the participants. Itprovides a complete development infrastructure, to develop, distribute, and executeplatform-independent, robust, and scalable Web services and business applications.

As of Release 6. This unit describes the technical fundamentals and the architecture of AS Java 7.

Unit ObjectivesAfter completing this unit, you will be able to: Fundamental Concepts of Java Fundamental Concepts of JavaLesson: The architectural conceptand the properties of Java are briefly outlined. Lesson ObjectivesAfter completing this lesson, you will be able to: Use basic Java zdm800 participants in the course will probably not yet be familiar with basic Javaterminology.

As an introduction to the new Java world, the basic Java terms areintroduced in this lesson. This should make the introduction to the Java terminologyworld in the SAP environment easier for the participants. You should therefore familiarize yourself with thefundamental concepts of the Java environment. IntroductionIf you search for the meaning of the word Java in an encyclopedia, you find thefollowing definitions, among other things: One of the four main islands of the Indonesian republic in the Indian Ocean.

A programming language developed by the company Sun Microsystems. An aromatic type of coffee, particularly used to make espresso. A popular dance of the s.

A coarse, loose mesh canvas for embroidery, made of linen or cotton. It would undoubtedly be worthwhile to investigate each of these definitionsindividually in more detail. In this course, we want to concentrate exclusively onthe second definition in this list. Java is an object-oriented and platform-independent programming languagethat has spread across many areas. Java has been designed to be platform independent. In particular, Java applications can run on different systems thatare based on different hardware.

ApplicationsJava applications are computer programs with the full functional range alsoprovided by other programming languages. AppletsThe term applet essentially means “little application”. It usually means a Javaapplet, a small computer program that runs in a Web browser and is written inthe Java programming language.

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Java applets are jzva for execution withinthe Java Runtime Environment of a browser. They are transferred as is also thecase, for example, with embedded images with the HTML page using the HTTPprotocol, and then executed on the client computer. Special security guidelinesapply to Java applets; that is, they are not permitted to perform everything on theclient that locally-installed programs are permitted to.

In this way, for example,they can only create network connections to the host from which they weredownloaded. You need to be adinistration when using the name Java. Not everythingthat has Java as its linguistic root is actually connected to Java; JavaScriptis completely unrelated to Java.


JavaScript is a script language that can beembedded qs HTML and, with some Web browsers Netscape, MicrosoftInternet Explorerproduces the execution of certain functions and actionswithin the Web browser. Incontrast to Java, JavaScript is not an independent programming language,is not independent of the browser version, and does not have the requiredsecurity mechanisms.

Initially, Java is a programming language like any other. Unlike traditional compilersfor a programming language, which generate machine code for a specific platform seethe Compiled Programming Languages adimnistrationthe Java compiler produces programcode for a virtual machine the Java Virtual Machine.

This is known as bytecode. Avirtual machine is a model of a processor which often does not exist as real hardware and the associated system architecture. It is a computer program that emulates aprocessor. The virtual machine is therefore viewed as the interface between Java andthe actual hardware.

Adk800 must therefore be developed for each processor architectureand, as such, is the only platform-dependent component of a Java development system see the figure Concept of the Java Adm00 Machine. The concept of the virtual machine was already in use in the lates; Martin Richards O code for the BCPL programming language is anearly example.

Better-known examples are the Pascal P code system UCSDPascal from the s, and the virtual machine on which programs in theSmalltalk programming language run. The bytecode generated by the Java compiler is comparable to microprocessorcode for a conceived processorwhich understands instructions such as arithmeticoperations, gotos, and so on.

Fundamental Concepts of Javaitself implemented in Java, generates this bytecode. However, so that the programcode of the virtual processor can be executed, after the conversion phase, the runtimeenvironment also known as the runtime interpreterthe Admknistration Virtual Machine, runsthe bytecode.

In this way, Java is a compiled, but also an interpreted programminglanguage. Concept of the Java Virtual MachineThe interpretation causes speed problems, since the identification, decoding, andexecution of the commands takes time. A JIT compiler accelerates the execution of the programs by converting the programstatements of the virtual machine for the physical machine. There is then a programadjusted for the architecture available in memory, which is executed quickly withoutinterpretation.

Even with this technology, the speed is slower than that of C in manycases, but the difference is smaller. The Java Development Kit includes the software required to create and testJava applications and applets, the packages with the Java classes that are part of thebasic configuration, and the online documentation.

Fundamentals ADMapplications, the applet viewer for running applets, a Java debugger, and variousutilities. Java is a relatively new programming language and is therefore still in development,that is, new versions with extensions and improvements are constantly being adminnistration