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Overview

Gain knowledge in configuring SAP Java Process Integration and learn how to implement different integration scenarios with SAP and non-SAP applications.

This course is based on software release:

  • SAP Process Orchestration 7.50

Audience

  • Business Process Architect
  • Developer
  • Developer Consultant
  • System Administrator
  • System Architect
  • Technology Consultant

Skills Gained

This course will prepare you to:

  • Explain the use of SAP Process Integration and the path to SAP Process Orchestration (AEX, BPM and BRM)
  • Explain SAP Process Integration architecture
  • Configure JAVA scenarios
  • Understand and configure the different options with which a back- end system can be connected to the SAP Process Integration (formerly known as SAP Exchange Infrastructure) using JAVA.

Prerequisites

Essential

  • BIT100, SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology Overview

Recommended

  • SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS
  • Basic knowledge of Integration Technologies
  • Basic Understanding of XML

The supply of this course by DDLS is governed by the booking terms and conditions. Please read the terms and conditions carefully before enrolling in this course, as enrolment in the course is conditional on acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Outline

  • SAP Process Integration Architecture
  • The System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • Object Mapping in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)
  • SAP Process Integration Operations
  • Connectivity Options for SAP Process Integration
  • HTTP Connectivity Options
  • File Adapter Configuration
  • Intermediate Document (IDoc) Connectivity Options
  • Advanced Mapping Concepts
  • Explaining the Enterprise Service Bus
  • Describing SAP Process Integration Architecture
  • Explaining the Uses and Functionality of SAP Process Orchestration and the Advanced Adapter Engine (AEX)
  • Maintaining Products and Software Components in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • Implementing Technical Systems in the System Landscape Directory
  • Maintaining Business Systems for Use in the Integration Directory

Interface Objects in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)

  • Listing Options for Navigating the Enterprise Services Repository (ESR)
  • Analyzing Interface Objects in the Enterprise Services Repository (ESR)
  • Maintaining Interface Objects
  • Defining Message Processing Types and Quality of Services
  • Creating Message Mapping Objects
  • Mapping Between Service Interfaces

Configuration of Integration Directory Communication Objects

  • Using Configuration Views
  • Creating Communication Channels in the Integration Directory (ID) Integration Engine (IE) Communication

Configuration of Integration Directory Objects Advanced Adapter Engine Extended Processing

  • Maintaining Objects for Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX) Processing
  • Creating and Deploying Integration Flows to the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX)
  • Validating XML
  • Using the Process Integration Monitoring (PIMon) Home
  • Using the SAP NetWeaver Administrator
  • Logging and Staging
  • Analyzing Connectivity Options Between Back-End Systems with SAP Process Integration
  • Using the HTTP_AAE (Java) Adapter
  • Configuring the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Adapter
  • Using Proxy Technology
  • Using Web Services
  • Configuring a complete Scenario
  • Using the Intermediate Document (IDoc) Adapter with the Receiver Adapter Engine (AAE)

Configuration of SAP Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPIs) Connectivity

  • Configuring the Receiver Remote Function Call (RFC) Adapter
  • Configuring the Sender Remote Function Call (RFC) Scenario

Other Connectivity Options

  • Understanding Other Connectivity Options
  • Using the REST Adapter
  • Using Context in Message Mapping
  • Working with User-Defined Functions
  • Mapping Multiple Messages
  • Importing and Using XSLT Mappings

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