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The Internet Communication Manager (ICM)… Replaced SAP ITS. Allows SAP NetWeaver Application Server to process HTTP requests. Allows the ABAP stack and the Java stack to exchange data.
The Java stack and the ABAP stack of an SAP NetWeaver Application Server must always be installed together. True False.
A work process… Stays linked to a screen through the dispatcher. Becomes inactive while waiting for a user. Uses a common memory area called shared memory.
Each work process… (Select all that apply.) Is independent of other work processes. Uses a pool of database connections established when the SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP started. Uses a database connection to a work process established when the SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP started. Can only make database changes within a single database LUW. Can make database changes spanning multiple database LUWs.
Each work process is assigned a type of task that can be performed. Which statements related to this are true? Select all that apply. To switch a work process type requires a restart of the SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP. All work processes have the same structure. All work processes communicate with the database. All work processes communicate with the dispatcher. A work process can communicate directly with an external system through a Remote Function Call. It is possible to have multiple enqueue work processes on an SAP NetWeaver Application Server. It is possible to have multiple spool work processes on an ABAP application server.
What is the difference between SAP Basis and SAP NetWeaver? There is no difference; the name change was driven by marketing alone. All versions of SAP NetWeaver require the use of Unicode. All versions of SAP NetWeaver include the ability to handle HTTP requests.
The dispatcher handles all communication between users, work processes, and other (external) systems. True. False.
The ABAP messaging channels (AMC) uses the WebSocket protocol to gain two way communication instead of HTTP. True. False.