Tag Archives: PI/PO

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 […]

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; […]

Receiver sFTP Adapter Configuration

Complete guide to sFTP receiver adapter Communication Channel configuration in SAP PI/PO. Each configuration’s parameter functionality explained in detail. In this article, we will look at these settings in sFTP Adapter, sFTP Adapter Transport Protocol, Message Protocol, and Adapter Engine Configuration. sFTP Receiver Server Destination Configuration. Authentication Methods of sFTP Channel. sFTP File Name and […]

The Difference Between Collapse Context and Remove Context in SAP PI/PO

Node Functions ‘Collapse Context’ and ‘Remove Context’ can be confusing if you are new to PI/PO space. Although Collapse Context and Remove Context have similarities, there are a few major differences between them. SAP Versions used in the illustration: SAP PO 7.5 What is a Context in PI? Before we look at the differences between […]

Alert Configuration Example in PI/PO Single Stack

Article is a guide on Alert configuration in Process Integration (PI) single stack installation or Process Orchestration (PO) with an step by step example. Before we jump to configuration steps and example, first we will try to understand the architecture of SAP message alerting framework. SAP replaced the Netweaver Alert Framework which was included until […]

B2B Add-On Installation Guide

SAP introduced B2B Integration Cockpit (add-on) to facilitate all EDI communications of an organization with one component. Let’s look at how to install B2B add-on in Process Integration (PI) or Process Orchestration (PO). We will look at the steps that should be carried out as part of the Post Installation of B2B Integration Cockpit. B2B […]

Parametarized Mapping Example in SAP PI/PO

Parameterized mapping is a great way to leverage your mapping program to have multiple applications. SAP introduced this technique first in SAP PI version 7.1. Parameterized mapping allows you to transfer values to mapping program or values from the mapping program. Similar to how we use import and export parameters in a function, parameters can […]

What is the Difference Between SAP PI and PO?

Do you feel like there is a complete overhaul of the SAP middleware every 3 days? Ever wondered what are the differences between XI, PI and PO? Well, you are not alone! There have been major changes to SAP middleware XI/PI/PO in its lifetime. From first introduction of SAP XI in 2002, SAP has completely […]

How to Publish Services in SAP PI/PO Service Registry

Before we go through the steps on how to Publish Services in SAP PI/PO Service Registry, lets look at features of Service Registry. Service registry is a UDDI based repository which contain enterprise services and related metadata. Located centrally in SOA landscape, It represents a set of web services. Service Registry supports SAP and non-SAP […]

Expose RFC as Web Service in SAP PI/PO – SOAP to RFC Synchronous Interface

In this article we will look at how to expose a RFC as a Web service in SAP PI/PO. Using SOAP to RFC synchronous interface we would be exposed a RFC as a web service. Most commonly researched topics under third-party system integration with SAP is how to use RFCs and web services to expose […]