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SAP R/3 ARCHITECTURE

Postby yousuf1983 »

PLEASE KINDLY EXPLAIN ME SAP R/3 ARCHITECTURE IN DETAIL.
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Re: SAP R/3 ARCHITECTURE

Postby kareemshaik »

Hi Yousuf,

SAP R/3 is the former name of the main ERP software produced by SAP AG, later again it was renamed ECC (Enterprise Core Component) and the latest version in this is ECC6.0. It was a 3 Tier Architecture. SAP R/3 was arranged with different functional modules, covering the typical functions in place in an organization. The most widely used modules were Financial s and Controlling (FICO), Human Resources (HR), Materials Management (MM), Sales & Distribution (SD), and Production Planning (PP).

To conclude in two steps about SAP R/3.

In R/2 Architecture there will be the Application server and Database Server attached in to one. We cannot detach these two servers and this one box (Application Server + database Server) is connected to client systems (Computers) directly. In this case if the number of users are increased then we can't increase the Application Servers (because we cannot seperate the Application Server and Database Server here). So that the server performance goes down.


In R/3 Architecture the Application Server and Database Server are seperately configured and connected to the clients (computers). If the number of users are increased then we can increase the Application Servers simultaneously. So that the server performance will not be decreased. In this case we can configure only one Database server and we can configure multiple Application Servers based up on our requirement.

Thanks & Regards,
Kareemulla Shaik.
Thanks & Regards,
Kareem.
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