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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Benefits or problems of moving PI to cloud

Integration with the cloud is a hot topic and an important one. Therefore, in this video, I’ll cover some of the things I have discussed in earlier videos regarding moving PI to Cloud.   The video will cover the following topics: Mapping Strategy and effort on how to move to cloud A case study Other…

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Which is preferred SOAP OR REST for Cloud integration

In most use cases you will only have the option to choose SOAP or REST when connecting to a cloud service. If the cloud provider supports both then you have to choose, that is seldom the case. I believe the REST is the most powerful adapter that you can use. It has a limitation that…

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How to convert xml to PDF

It is a common use case to convert an XML to PDF to display to users. I have in other projects used Apache FOP that will allow you to convert an XML to a PDF. The structure you will need to create the pdf document from XML is pretty complex. So it is probably a…

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How do we integrate SAP Application with cloud application using SAP PI/PO

Integration with the cloud is important. In this video, I’ll cover what are the different ways you can connect your to premise SAP PI/PO systems to any cloud provider. One option is to use SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI/HCI) and the run content on your local SAP PI/PO system. This requires you have a license…

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List of SAP Integrations tools from PI/PO to SCP Integration

SAP has quite a lot of integration tools. A lot of customers have asked which tool they should use for the integration. It ended up being quite a list and it was not all that i remembed on the spot, but i did get the onces that made the most sense for them. SAP has…

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SAP BPM process stops

I learned something new about Netweaver BPM processes today. For a client we had some User tasks they was completed by the user but then nothing else happened in the process. I the logs I could see that actions was completed by the user and but in my process I did not have the mapped…

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How to test SAP PI solutions

At the recent SAP TechEd conference in Las Vegas, Michal Krawczyk from Int4, a fellow mentor, conducted a session (NET38702 – which will be repeated in Teched Barcelona), running test scripts in SAP PI/PRO, and I was amazed by how many people showed up! At first I couldn’t understand why such a huge number of…

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SAP Teched Las Vegas 2016

Next week is SAP Teched Las Vegas 2016. I’m looking forward to it. After a SAPPHIRENOW with a huge focus on integration and cloud I had expect that there would be a similarly focus here where we are going to build it. I had not expected to find many Process Integration/Orchestration session and a lot…

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Are You Sacrificing Virgins in Your SAP Integration?

I know the question posited in the title of this post might come off as odd at first sight. Let me start here: at a seminar I once attended, participants started talking about the Mayas. Specifically, about how Mayas used to sacrifice virgins. Apparently, they did it when they wanted something badly, e.g. good weather,…

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