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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Using the SAP HCI Trial

I recently had the great opportunity of using the SAP HANA Cloud Integration (HCI) platform through the trial program offered by SAP. It is a really nice tool, which is paving the way for the cloud system’s users. It makes it easier for companies to use cloud-based integration. There are some obvious use cases, so…

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First impressions of HANA Cloud Integration (HCI)

I participated in a Swedish SAP user group meeting for Integration today in Gothenburg, where participants received hands-on experience with SAP. The PI Roadmap was intensely discussed, so was PO and predictions about what was going to be delivered, as well as other future innovations. Contrary to my expectations, a very interesting – and I…

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Getting Feedback on Your SAP PI/PO Design

Lately, I have been preoccupied with the feedback aspect of the design process, which is an important issue for anyone working with PI integration or PI development.   Feedback is not something you should seek at the end of a project. Why? Because it is easier to observe and correct small mistakes on the way,…

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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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