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Overview (part-2)

In this exercise we can focus on the Business Process Management capabilities. The goal is to collect messages from different multiple interfaces and bundle them forward to a single receiver. Using Fork, transformation steps and containers and correlation and multi mapping can fulfill this.This part-1 covers SLD and IR.If there is any other weblog like this you can refer that also. Part-2

Description (part-2)

Collect incoming vendor records from File and PeopleSoft. The incoming messages arrive via File adapter and HTTP adapter. After these messages are collected from File and Peoplsoft, they are bundled and mapped to package of IDocs. This package of IDocs is then posted into the R/3 system via the IDoc adapter.

Execise Steps

Step 4 Integration Directory:

1.Create Configuration Scenario.

2.Assign Business systems (File, Peoplesoft, SAP R/3).

3.Create two communication channel (one is for File as sender, second one is for SAP R/3 as Receiver).

3.1 sender comm. Channel for File

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3.2 Create Receiver communication channel (SAP R/3).

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4.Create Sender agreement for File.

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5.Create Receiver Agreements for SAP R/3)

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6.Create three interface determinations.

6.1.From File to Integration Process.

6.2.From Peoplesoft to Integration Process.

6.3.From Integration Process to SAP R/3.

6.1 Interface Determination from File to Integration Process.

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6.2 Interface Determination from Peoplesoft to Integration Process.

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6.3 Interface Determination from Integration Process to SAP R/3.

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7. Create Three Receiver Determinations.

7.1.From file to Integration Process.

7.2.From Peoplesoft to Integration Process.

7.3.From Integration Process to SAP R/3.

7.1 Receiver Determination from File to Integration Process.

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7.2 Receiver Determination from Peoplesoft to Integration Process.

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7.3 Receiver Determination From Integration process to SAP R/3.

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    1. Prasad Babu Nemalikanti Post author
      Thanks Vijay,

      Yes one more is comming soon,which talks about multicasting with sychronous(One sender and multiple receivers and sender is expecting repsonse from all receivers).I am doing this SAP R/3(RFC) as sender and receivers are Peoplesoft(HTTP),Oracle (JDBC).

      Thanks
      N.P.Babu

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    1. Former Member
      Why is this weblog very useful in a “real” BPM environment? I find the weblog nicely done but as I’ve no experience in a BPM environment I am curious as to why it is?

      Craig

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  1. Prasad Babu Nemalikanti Post author
    For example:

    There are companies A and B and c.Each company is doing their vendor transactions in different applications.

    The company A took over these two companies B and C.Company  A is performing it’s vendor transactions in SAP-R/3.

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  2. Prasad Babu Nemalikanti Post author
    For example:
    There are companies A and B and C.Each company is performing their vendor transactions in different applications.
    The company A took over these two companies B and C.Company  A is performing it’s vendor transactions in SAP-R/3.
    Now all the information of vendor from B and C those are perfomed in different applications,is moving to SAP-XI.
    Then these multiple vendor records from B and C are bundled as single message and send to SAP-R/3(IDoc).
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  3. Former Member
    Hi,

    I have a 20″ monitor with a great resolution but I fail to easily read your graphics.
    Maybe we all should take a little more care with graphics preparation by taking suitable and high quality screenshots and resize them in a professional graphics programm. If preparing high quality graphics isn’t possible, we should maybe decribe the content literally if possible (which seems to be possible in this case).

    But maybe it’s just me getting old and needing glasses :-))

    so-far-zero-diopter-regards,
    anton

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