It appears you are located in United States of America. Stay on SAP Training Shop United States of America or choose another country or region. To learn more. BIT SAP NetWeaver Process Integration SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Participant Handbook Course Version: 74 Course Duration: 5 Day(s) Material. Operations of SAP Process Integration. Using the Runtime Workbench; Using the Process Integration Monitoring (PIMon) Home; Using the SAP NetWeaver.

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Message monitoring is also the basis for end-to-end monitoring. These are the interfaces that were created in the Enterprise Services Repository Integration Repository. After these pipeline processing steps have been carried out, the message is placed back into an outbound queue assigned to the message receiver see above figure – Step 5 to then be sent to the receiver through an adapter or sent directly by using netweafer proxy technology see above figure – Step 6.

If more than one receiver is found, processing is branched in the case of asynchronous quality of service.

PI Message Mapping

Configurations in the Enterprise Sal Repository The operation mapping creates a connection between the outbound and inbound interfaces. Choose New Business System to create a new business system.

Operations BIT Solution Each of the different model types focuses on exactly one defined aspect of process components, in order to understand the entire process for various perspectives. Introducing the Scenario Lesson: In the detail views of the service operations, you will find that each operation has an assigned message type that describes the interface.


What actions does this scenario have? The stateful interface pattern can be implemented only in connection with point-to-point connections. Configuring Scenarios in the Integration Directory The Enterprise Services Repository Integration Repository only stores information relating to the development objects of a software component.

Graphical Mapping Editor Figure Here are some examples: Imagine a message InvoiceOut which, among other things, contains the address of a customer. A business system must be assigned to each technical system at configuration time at the latest.

Double-click the name of an interface to display the detail view for that interface. Introducing the Scenario Queues For asynchronous processing, messages from the Integration Engine are processed using queues.

The Runtime Workbench receives the data for end-to-end monitoring from the Process Monitoring Infrastructure PMIwhich is an SAP monitoring tool for monitoring end-to-end technical processes involving multiple components. Assign the fields with the same name without converting them and assign the source field MaterialID to the target fieldMaterialID.

To implement the business processes, you must know which software components are available in which business systems. You can reference the appropriate mapping program in the operation mapping. You can navigate from an integration scenario catalog to the relevant integration scenario models.

If the schema contains the targetNamespace attribute in the XSD definition, proceed as follows: It is possible to trace messages from the sender system to the receiver system only for systems which can deliver your processing data to the Runtime Workbench, currently SAP systems.

The main consideration is usually that the interface works. Configuring virtual computers, managing log-in modules and authorizations on AS Java, configuring the JMS server, managing the authentication policy for AS Java, managing resources for applications, and lastly, configuring web services and UDDI servers. There is a range of predefined technical context objects to enable you to access the message header information.


Log on to the Integration Server. Generally, integratioj components have external interfaces to enable them to communicate with other software components.

This unit explains which configuration settings you must make for the receiver determination, and how you set up a mapping from the sender outbound interface to the receiver inbound interface. SAP provides an infrastructure as well as executable content in the form of enterprise services, which encapsulate the relevant functions of the Business Suite. In addition, a message must generally be converted into a format that the target system understands, or transformed into a PI XML message that is then delivered to the Integration Server.

How the Pipeline Works — Example of an Asynchronous Scenario BIT Each concrete scenario of the required communication channel will be set in the receiver agreement object.

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form integratkon for any purpose without the express permission of SAP AG. The structure of the sender document is converted to the structure of the receiver document by a mapping. In the case of asynchronous processing acknowledgements, the HopList ensures that responses are sent back to the original sender.