Category Archives: PI/PO

SAP Process Integration and Process Orchestration

Handling Attachments with Java Mapping – SAP PI/PO

In this article, we’ll look at how to handle attachments in incoming messages in PI/PO interfaces. We will go through use cases that involve attachments; Java class used for processing the attachments; and methods of the Java class that can be used to process attachments. Then, we will build a Java Mapping to read and […]

Bulk EDI Splitter using EDI Separator Adapter – B2B Integration Cockpit

In this article, we will discuss the concept of EDI merging and splitting, EDI processing pipeline in B2B-add-on, how to configure EDI Separator/B2B Integration Cockpit to split bulk EDI messages. EDI (Electronic Data Interchanges) is a global standard that is used to communicate business transactions like sales orders, invoices, etc. between business partners. When the […]

iDoc Collection and Package Size – S4 HANA and PI/PO Configuration

Outbound iDocs can be processed as batches or packages in SAP. This technique is also known as packaging or bundling of iDocs. The packaging allows us to send iDocs as a collection or as one data packet to the target system. The iDoc packaging method is highly useful if you want to send multiple iDocs […]

B2B Integration Scenario (EDI to iDoc) Using B2B Cockpit of SAP PI/PO

In the article, I will show you how to develop, configure and test a plain EDI to iDoc integration scenario step by step using B2B Integration Cockpit (Add-on). Not only will we configure an example EDI file to iDoc interface, but also look at the advantages of using B2B Integration Cockpit; prerequisites for B2B integration; […]

How to Import Standard ESR Content to PI/PO

SAP delivers standard Enterprise Service Repository (ESR) content such as interfaces, message types, mapping, etc. for cross-application integration. For example, for Point of Sale (POS) integration that is built on Trade Service Framework (TOF) in IS-Retail or SAP HANA, we need to import the standard content of Software Component Version EA-RETAIL. Certain SAP standard content […]

What is SAP PI (PO) – Ultimate Guide

SAP Process Integration (PI) and the latest versions known as SAP Process Orchestration (PO) are the application integration middleware provided by SAP. SAP PI (PO) is the component (middleware) of SAP Netweaver group of products that facilitates system integration between SAP and other external systems. The very first version of SAP integration application was called […]

Handling Fault Messages in Asynchronous ABAP Proxy

What is a Fault Message? Fault Messages provide information about application-specific errors that occur in the inbound system. Think about Fault Messages as an acknowledgment from the message receiver to the message sender or the message monitor about the application processing status. Application-specific errors are errors that occur in the application processing based on business […]

Use of UseOneAsMany Node Function with Examples

Introduction to Node Function UseOneAsMany. UseOneAsMany is a node function included in SAP PI/PO Graphical Mapping. UseOneAsMany allows us to repeat a value from source message to multiple segments of the target message. Understanding how this node function operates allows us to avoid creating complex User-Defined Functions (UDFs). For example, if you need to repeat […]

File to Inbound Proxy Scenario SAP PI/PO Single Stack

This article illustrates the complete file to inbound Proxy interface development in detail. In addition, we will look at how to generate Proxy class in SAP back-end and implement ABAP logic. File to Proxy interface scenario is illustrated using an SAP exchange rate creation asynchronous interface. Exchange rates included in the XML file are sent […]

Base64 Encoding Java Mapping Example for SAP PI/PO

This article provides a Java mapping which encodes Base64 in SAP PI/PO. I will implement a simple interface to demonstrate the use of the Java mapping. It’s part of a series of posts about Base64 encoding and decoding and you can check the Base64 decoding Java Mapping example in my previous article. Similarly, you can […]