New Product — SAP PI/PO Message Mapping

One of the most complex aspects of SAP PI/PO is learning how to make great Message Mappings. I have trained developers in SAP PI/PO, and I have mentored/coached them in message mapping. The most frequent questions I have received from them were related to the nature of queues and contexts. A lot of students participating…

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Learning SAP PI and ROI (Return on Investment)

One of the biggest things you can invest in is learning. I believe education is one of the best areas for investing. In this post I’ll share some of the ideas I have of learning, and why it pays to educate your employees. When I got started with SAP XI 11 year ago, my employer spent €30,000…

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Why is SAP PI/PO Difficult to Learn?

PICourse.com created a survey to figure out how learning SAP PI/PO can be made easier. The survey also focused on the methods used by current developers to learn SAP PI/PO when they started their careers. One of the questions was referring to the difficulty of learning SAP PI/PO – I wanted to find out why…

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Will doing SAP PI/PO Support Help You Learn?

As an SAP mentor who works/worked with Process Integration (PI), Process Orchestration (PO), and Exchange Infrastructure (XI), I wanted to find out more about other people’s experiences with SAP. I recently created a survey. In it, there were questions related to the learning process of the respondents. I wanted to know how they started learning…

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We dont need this java on PI

I was working with a client doing Bank (BCM) integration on the SAP PI platform. Everything was going well. Then I got into a talk around if we could get rid of this Java thing. Then I had a small issue… Since my focus was to make everything in the integration layer as simple as…

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