SAP Workflow and RMS:
SAP Business Workflow can be used to define business processes that are not yet mapped in the R/3 System. These may be simple release or approval procedures, or more complex business processes such as creating a material master and the associated coordination of the departments involved. SAP Business Workflow is particularly suitable for situations in which work processes have to be run through repeatedly, or situations in which the business process requires the involvement of a large number of agents in a specific sequence.
You can also use SAP Business Workflow to respond to errors and exceptions in other, existing business processes. You can start a workflow when predefined events occur, for example an event can be triggered if particular errors are found during an automatic check.
With the Records Management System (RMS), you define the areas that are visible in Dispute Case Processing for SAP Dispute Management.
If you are in Dispute Case Processing, then you can choose which RMS you want to work in. You then only see the dispute cases that belong to this RMS. There is no cross-RMS search for dispute cases in Dispute Case Processing. In addition, you cannot use dispute cases or other elements of an RMS as linked objects in a dispute case for another RMS.
If you use several Records Management systems, this means quite an extensive separation of data in Dispute Case Processing. You cannot subsequently merge data from different Records Management systems in one RMS. If you define separate Records Management systems, you also restrict the flexibility.
SAP Webdynpro ABAP:
Web Dynpro for ABAP or Web Dynpro for ABAP (WD4A, WDA) is the SAP standard UI technology for developing Web applications in the ABAP environment. It consists of a runtime environment and a graphical development environment with special Web Dynpro tools that are integrated in the ABAP Workbench.
A Business Server Page (BSP) application is a complete functional application, like a classic SAP transaction. However, this application is executed in a Web browser rather than in the SAPGUI. HTTP or HTTPS is the protocol used to access the application across the network, thus allowing the use of standard products like firewalls and proxy servers.
The Business Server Pages programming model is similar to the server page technology. The focus of the BSP programming model are points that ensure optimum structure in interfaces and business logic.