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Multipurpose SAP NetWeaver
The capabilities of SAP NetWeaver and its peer service-enabled platforms, which were originally transaction and integration platforms, have lately been expanded

netweaver websphere  customer adoption of SAP NetWeaver and SAP ESA, IBM WebSphere , Microsoft Dynamics and Project Green , or Oracle Fusion Architecture ( OFA ) are important, the most critical factor for the success of these platforms might still be these giants' ability to develop an ecosystem of consultants, SIs, internal development teams, and ISVs for their respective platforms. To that end, all the vendors have been throwing around impressive adoption numbers. For instance, Oracle claims that, as of late 2005, 7,500

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