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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…

Design Principles for Interface Designers

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This article is part of our Integration Cookbook. When we build integration solutions, the following characteristics (principles) of application integration should be clear and defined as goals: Enable Connectivity by…

How to use the results of WHINT Interface Catalog

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The WHINT Interface Catalog for SAP Process Orchestration generates two Excel Documents to bring more transparency to your interface landscape. Here is how you can better understand the results: Channel Catalog…

Usage Dependencies in Software Components

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There is a useful functionality to reuse objects from one software component in another one. You can define this usage dependency in SLD or in ESR (software dependencies & underlying…

SAP HANA Cloud Integration (HCI) / Info

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Your first steps – find basic information about SAP HCI (PI) SAP Help Developer Guide Public Integration Content Catalog HCI Tools SCN Landing Page Apache Camel Enterprise Integration Patterns