Creating an ICO Directly, Without Any Repository Objects in SAP PI/PO

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ICO (Integrated Configuration Object)

ICO (Integrated Configuration Object)

Sometimes, you have to make a simple test for a service or an interface. You might want to create certain scenarios quickly, to make sure that a File Adapter works, or to move a file from one system to the other. In some cases, you may not want all the different Repository Objects involved in the creation of these scenarios.

 

There’s a great thing you can do without worrying about the contents of the Repository (Enterprise Services Repository or ESR). The technique is quite simple – I am sharing it with you through a video tutorial that will show you how to create an ICO (Integrated Configuration Object) directly: 

 

I made this video after one of my students asked me whether he had to go through a complex process every time he wanted to create a simple file transfer.

 

I hope my video will be of help. Share your own experiences in the comments section!

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1 Comment

  • sscyient

    August 28, 2015

    Nice update. Very useful info you have shared. Great to know. Thank you..