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Hello everyone. XI is a development and configuration tool. Like any other tools, there are good ways and bad ways of using it. The result can significantly influence the resource utilization and performance of your interfaces, or even recoverability. Have you ever wondered what mapping would be best, Message Mapping, XSLT or java? How about synchrnous versus asynchrnous interfaces, when should I use each and how much system resources will be required? What should I avoid during the development of a mapping? What about ccBPM, what are some pitfalls I can avoid so that my process does not end up to be a resource hog?

Well, XI is a very flexible tools, what can be achieved depends on the knowledge of the developer. We hope this session will help in providing you with some of those knowledge.

Introduction

The EPI204 lecture session will give you some guidelines and pros and cons for the different implementation approaches and tools, which can be used within SAP NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure for solving your integration challenges.

With those information, you will be able to develop more efficient and robust interfaces.

The lecture will contain 2 sections: Integration Scenario Patterns and Best Practices.

Section Detail

The 2 sections will consiste of the following details:

Integration Scenario Patterns:

  1. Synchronous versus Asynchronous Scenario
  2. Collection of Messages
  3. Split of Messages
  4. State full Processing – Integration Process
  5. Serialization

XI Best Practices

  1. Initial Data Load
  2. ALE Migration
  3. Avoiding Sync-Front-end Integration
  4. ccBPM Checklist
  5. Performance Improvements
  6. Adapter Specifics

I hope see you all there.

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