Business systems are logical systems, which function as senders or receivers within SAP NetWeaver Process Integration. Business systems can be SAP systems or third-party systems.
Depending on the associated technical system, the following types of business systems are defined in the SLD:
A business system, which is associated with an AS ABAP.
A business system, which is associated with a client of an AS ABAP, can play the role either of an application system or an integration server. An integration server is the central component of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration that provides a framework for the exchange of information among various internal and external entities of a company. The integration server facilitates the interaction between the different operating systems and applications across internal and external networks.
A business system, which is associated with an AS Java.
A business system, which is associated with a standalone Java application.
A business system, which is associated with a third-party technical system.
Third-party systems are not automatically registered in the SLD. Therefore, you have to register them manually.
For more information, see Creating and Removing Third-Party Products , Creating and Removing Third-Party Software Components , Creating New Third-Party Technical Systems , Creating and Removing Business Systems .
A business system, which is a sender or receiver within SAP NetWeaver Process Integration and which is not associated with a technical system. Business partners are used for backward compatibility with SAP NetWeaver Process Integration release 2.0.