What are the main features of SAP Cloud Integration/HCI/CPI

The main reasons why you want to go with SAP Cloud Platform Integration(CPI) is the following. It is a cloud-based solution so there is rapid development going on It is able to leverage your investments in Message Mapping so you can reuse the same code for it. It is a more flexible platform for integration.…

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What is the role of the decentral adapter engine for SAP PI/PO?

Uptime and performance are really big parameters for any enterprise. This video covers two concepts decentral adapter and multiplies SAP PI/PO system on how you can get a better uptime. The decentral adapter engine is a way to make distribute the load on your SAP PI/PO system. There are two reasons for it. Distribute integration…

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What are the pipeline steps in SAP PI/PO AEX?

The Pipeline is the way messages are being processed in SAP PI/PO. Each time a message is processed with be processed in that order. The Pipeline steps come from the XI dual-stack days. Here we had different programs responsible for the different processing in the ABAP stack for each time the message was split. We…

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How to create a Java mapping in SAP PI/PO that handle binary documents or attachments

It can be a little challenging to figure out how to handle binary files SAP PI/PO if you want to save them in the content server. This video shows you two ways to can deal with simply. You can create an attachment where you have the PDF or binary file and then just use 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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Will tutorials with some errors make it easier for you to learn IT

This week I’m attending training where we have some exercises. In the perfect world, you would just follow the instructions and press go and see the expected result. But there will always be some errors. Either a version change, proxy setup or you are just misspelling some used parameters. Watch my video and see if…

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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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Synchronous- asynchronous bridge sync/async

Sync/async bridge is a process about getting data from synchronous web service and be able to use some of the adopters and capabilities of your systems that does not support synchronous mode. It is not a real robust pattern that you could use, but it does have some benefits in some areas for instance if…

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