How to improve after you have worked with SAP PI/PO for 6 months – 2 years

I have 1 year of experience in SAP PI. I am writing this to get your suggestion on how can I improve myself in SAP PI could you please suggest me what are all the things I need to do to become a good consultant/Developer, which are all the areas I need to focus more.…

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Mulitple operations, what’s the difference between services and operations?

Why do you want to map the Operation Determination in the SAP REST Adapter When you are processing data there should be an option to map which Operation should be used for a given message. This is taking content from the REST request either the URL or from the JSON payload. This is helpful if…

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What is the Service Registry in SAP PI/PO?

It is a place where you can store information about what services is on the which system. It is closely related to the UDDI which is the more generic approach for it. So you can use the UDDI from other providers if you do not find the SR enough. In SR you can create classifications…

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How can I send multiple messages and ensure they are delivered in order?

For some scenarios, end systems want to ensure that they receive the messages in a specified order. SAP PI/PO does support Exactly Once In Order (EOIO) which is a built-in process that ensures that a message is delivered all the way to an adapter before you can see it. In this video we will share…

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SAP PI/PO Patterns

This page contains a list of the most used SAP PI/PO Patterns. All of them is without BPM or ccBPM. If you have more that are missing please create a comment.   Sync-Async bridge If you have a Sync call you must support with a JMS or file adapter.   Async-Sync bridge If you want…

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SAP PI/PO Reprocessing pattern

This pattern is used when you want to process the message two times. It can often occur when you have a look up in your message, and you want to use this data to process the full message. Normally you could do routing in the receiver determination mapping, but then you would have to call…

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SAP PI Asynchronous synchronous bridge without BPM

This SAP PI/PO bridge is the most commonly used and was one of the good things when it no longer required a ccBPM to run it. It’s used when you want to get the response from the service called back to some third party system. The first ICO for this is normal, it is only…

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Why Am I Doing SAP PO Course?

Many clients and potential customers have asked me why the price of the course I am offering is so steep. I know that $97 might be a lot for some – that is why I also provide free tips, and a special payment plan for those who wish to learn SAP PI/PO from me.   …

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SAP PO B2B Add-on

Readers have often asked me to create a B2B add-on course. For a while, I tried to find convenient excuses: I did not own the software, and my clients did not require it for their projects. As it turns out, being an SAP Partner has its perks. I could download the software, I learned how to…

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Learn SAP Integration On The job

When I was a student, I was constantly hearing that people learned a lot when participating in on-the-job training session. Afterward, when I got out into the real corporate world, I saw it for myself, and I learned. The great thing about on-the-job training is that you get to work on real problems, as there…

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