The SAP Web Application Server using J2EE 1.3 should be available in June after it passes Sun Microsystems's compatibility tests, SAP said in a statement.
SAP plans to demonstrate its Web application at the JavaOne show in San Francisco, the company said.
SAP announced last year that it will back the software development platform based on the Java programming language from Sun but stressed that it was not doing so to the exclusion of the .net software platform from competitor Microsoft.
Earlier this month at the CeBIT trade show in Hanover, SAP announced that it will support the .net platform in its mySAP.com product line, as a further step in its move toward open standards.
In offering support of standards such as J2EE, SAP is attempting to bring users of its business applications increased interoperability and flexibility, and to bring additional Web services to the product, SAP said.