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Testing SAP Cloud Platform Business Rules

I wanted to try out how the new SAP Cloud Platform Business Rules engine compared to the BRM running on SAP Process Orchestration. I create a video about how it works and how I compare it to the BRM on PO   SCP BRM is simple to get started with and enable users to make a…

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SAP PI/PO release transfere video

I had a client where we had to do a release transfere of the objects. A release transfere is a process where you are copying all data of a software component version to another. The copying is done using namespaces so you must have created the same namespaces that you want to have copied. Once…

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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 get a SAP PI/PO system

I just found out something cool that I want to share! Did you know you can actually get SAP Process Orchestration System 7.5 SPS 3, with the B2B and operational process intelligence SPS 12? This is an intelligent business processing application that you can actually start in 65 minutes and run for under $2 per…

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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 2016 from integration perspective

I wanted to create a short wrap up of what I got away from SAP Teched  Las Vegas on the topic of integration. On the integration there is the following topics. There will be a mixed landscape, onpremise and cloud HCI (HCP IS) will not replace SAP PO for now Not a lot of new…

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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 proud of what you have done as SAP developer

Are you proud of what you are doing? Today I enjoyed a very tasty sauce at the cafeteria. What struck me was that the chef was self-promoting himself, telling guests how good the meat and the sauce were; indeed, their response unanimously reflected this view. I even heard people say it was the best sauce…

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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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