SAP MI and SAP MAM are not supported on Windows CE according to the product availability matrix, but SAP UK representatives say this specific conjunction will "probably still work." Why aren't these solutions still supported on Windows CE?
I have no idea why SAP no longer supports Windows CE. They may have good technical, economical or marketing reasons to do so. The question is not if it still works, the question is do you still want to use it? Nobody will be able (or willing) to support you if problems occur. In my opinion, implementing an SAP solution to an unsupported environment is not an option.
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