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SAP PI to PO Migration Checklist

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There is no upgrade path from dualstack SAP PI to singlestack SAP PO. All integration content has to be moved/redesigned and tested. This is a list of activities which might…

Integration Cookbook for SAP Middleware

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Our Integration Cookbook is a collection of Good & Best Practices for SAP middleware products: SAP Process Integration (PI) SAP Process Orchestration (PO) SAP Business Process Management (BPM) SAP Cloud Platform Integration…

Process Modeling Principles for Interface Designers

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. Modularization Limit the process model to 25 – 50 steps to keep them manageable. This can be achieved by hiding complexity in sub-processes. Interface…

Naming Conventions for SAP Cloud Platform Integration

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. SAP Cloud Integration Content only comes in two levels of content: Package & Artifact. A package only groups artifacts like iFlows but does not…

Naming Conventions for SAP BPM

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. Name Pattern  Example Software Component  Same as ESR SWC or generic SWC “BPM” when used in NWDI due to the underlying components BPM of whitepaper-id.com Development Component bpm/<opt:SWC>…

Naming Conventions for SAP PI

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. SLD Name Pattern  Example Software Product <Name>, <Version> of <vendor-url> Microsoft Navision 3.5 of whitepaper-id.com SAP ERP 6.0 of whitepaper-id.com Software Component (same for Unit) <Name>, <Version> of <vendor-url> (use…

Content Organization in SAP PI for Interface Designers

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. To design interfaces for SAP PI, you need to consider the following aspects and follow the principles regarding Software Components: Separate Sender Application/System from Receiver Mappings are always created in the Receiver (Target) Software Component…

Messaging Principles for Interface Designers

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. Quality of Service If you can influence the application design of the sender or receiver (doesn’t apply if an external partner/service provider with an existing service…