The SharePoint platform gives an all-round accessible content management system to manage web content, documents, reports, records and other media in a secure, hassle-free environment that enhances joint effort and communication in any business setting. Through the stage, team members can easily work together and share ideas or thoughts, leading to more effective successful decision-making and greater productivity, profitability through more cost-efficient means.
Very often it is important to integrate a database with a web application. One of the most advantageous approaches to organize data access to Oracle is to utilize the Business Connectivity Services from Microsoft.
Microsoft SharePoint is generally well accepted, and becoming much more common as the corporate Portal. Knowledge workers or specialist collaborating in this product is a simple, basic and pleasant experience. Why not integrate some SAP data into this space? The question will probably come down to the technical architecture. However, one of the advantages of SharePoint BCS (Business Connectivity Services) or SharePoint’s basic strategy for connecting to external data sources and SAP’s Enterprise Services is that they are two standards that should work together without any 3rd party components. Shouldn’t the goal or aim be to simplify this solution?