SAP Digital Asset Management


What is SAP Digital Asset Management?

Digital asset management is both a process within an organization, as well as the technology used as part of that process. The goal of digital asset management is to create a centralized system for organizations to store and organize their digital assets. Types of assets typically included within digital asset management systems include documents, images, audio content, video, media files, graphics, presentations, or any digital media that requires rights to use.

SAP Digital Asset Management by OpenText is SAP’s digital asset management solution, which is specifically focused on capturing, managing, and delivering digital assets so that organizations can promote brand and marketing messages of their portfolios, products, and services. SAP’s solution is not home grown, but is a partner solution provided by OpenText, and the official product name is SAP Digital Asset Management Cloud by OpenText.

Vendors offering digital asset management services for SAP include: OpenText

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  1. Extending and Modifying SAP Standard with Business Add-Ins and the New Modification Assistant

    Published: 15/October/1999

    Reading time: 1 mins

    Up until now, Customer Exits and Modifications were the only development techniques available for extending and modifying standard SAP applications. Release 4 introduces two new techniques – Business Add-Ins and the Modification Assistant. Business Add-Ins are predefined exit points in a source that allow developers to either insert their own logic during implementation or simply…...…
  2. Real-Time, Outbound Interfaces to Non-R/3 Systems Made Simple with Change Pointers, Message Control, and Workflow

    Published: 15/October/1999

    Reading time: 1 mins

    Developers often struggle with custom ABAP/4 code or database logging to devise ways to track changes to data and then to trigger output of that changed data across outbound interfaces to non-R/3 systems. The onus of creating a way to track changes as they occur rests squarely on the shoulders of these developers, but it…...…
  3. Size Does Matter – Strategies for Successful SAP R/3 Capacity Planning

    Published: 15/October/1999

    Reading time: 2 mins

    Capacity planning is not a trivial task. Choose your hardware vendor and equipment carefully, and upgrades will pose few problems. Choose the wrong vendor-model combination, and you will be forced to make extensive changes to your hardware and operating system that will entail extensive planning and testing, and could ultimately require all new equipment. So…...…
  4. An Introduction to SAP’s New and Improved Frontend Printing

    Published: 01/December/1999

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    Dr. Stefan Fuchs describes a new spool access method that allows the transfer of print data from the application server to the current location of the SAPGUI. From there the data is sent to the local spooler on the user’s particular frontend. That new spool access method — method “F” — is what SAP calls…...…
  5. Achieving a More Manageable and Reliable R/3 Spool Server Landscape Using Release 4 Output Classifications, Logical Servers, and Alternate Servers

    Published: 15/December/1999

    Reading time: 2 mins

    Three new output features give rise to a more manageable, more reliable R/3 spool server environment — classifications, logical servers, and alternate servers. With Release 4, classifications of output devices and spool servers (along the lines of production, high-volume, desktop, and test printing) are now made possible within R/3 itself. This helps you ensure that…...…
  6. ABAP Programming – An Integrated Overview

    Published: 15/January/2000

    Reading time: 2 mins

    With Release 4.0 and the debut of ABAP Objects, SAP is replacing the classical distinction between reporting and transaction programming with an integrated view, recognizing the simple fact that all application logic is programmed in ABAP and that the application can communicate with the user via screens and with the database via a common interface…....…
  7. A Beginner’s Guide to Accessing BAPIs with the SAP DCOM Connector

    Published: 15/January/2000

    Reading time: 2 mins

    This article will introduce you to the basic design principles behind SAP DCOM Connector (SDC), show you how to build BAPI-enabled applications with SDC in Visual Basic, and discuss some advanced concepts for SDC-based applications. In order to keep things simple, we will assume that our applications are built without MTS. So I will not…...…
  8. Extending SAP Business Workflow with Web Forms

    Published: 15/January/2000

    Reading time: 1 mins

    Web forms are the means by which developers can create applications that enable users to start workflows and execute work items from the comfort of a Web browser. A Web form is a simple, intuitive interface, which is made up of a relatively short list of fields and a “Submit” button. This interface obviates the…...…
  9. Lessons in Logon Load Balancing

    Published: 15/January/2000

    Reading time: 2 mins

    In large SAP R/3 environments that require multiple application instances, you can achieve intelligent, automated distribution of workload across multiple application instances, with minimal impact to end users, through logon groups. This article explains how logon groups work and how to use them to establish a logon load balancing strategy that can improve system performance,…...…
  10. Leveraging the R/3 Warehouse Management Structure with the MM-MOB and WM-LSR Interfaces

    Published: 15/January/2000

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    /Project ManagementIntegrating the R/3 Warehouse Management (WM) module with mobile data entry devices and external warehouse management systems is made possible by two interfaces — Mobile Data Entry (MM-MOB), which enables mobile entry and transfer of data to and from SAP, and Warehouse Control Unit (WM-LSR), which enables the sending and receiving of information between…...…