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Welcome to Process Integration and Business Process Management Track at SAP Teched-2007

Process Integration and Business Process Management Track Sessions can be found at the link below, which details an overview of all the Handson and Lecture sessions covering at this year Teched.

URL: http://www.sapteched.com/usa/edu_sessions/tracksview.htm?id=5

In this weblog i am going to discuss the lecture session EPI210:SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 – an Overview, briefly that i will be covering this year at Teched, Las Vegas.

I will also be be participating in the SDN community day event: URL: http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/community/community+day+las+vegas+october+1st&  on October-01 at SAP Teched07 event in Las Vegas. I will be discussing on one of the hot topic: Providing and Consuming Enterprise Services in ABAP/Java utilizing ESR, and interact with SDN members during the break out and BOF sessions.

 

  1. EPI210: SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 – an Overview, Lecture

    As a result of this workshop, you will be able to understand, how Process Integration addresses some of your key business challenges in your Integration Landscape, Learn some of the key enhancements delivered with the next release of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration, and Learn how the product will evolve in the next 3 years.

    I will start with the topic overview on Process Integration and then deep dive into some of the new features coming out in the next release of Process Integration. Then, i will discuss some of the Customer usage scenarios using Process Integration, followed by the product roadmap.

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    I hope to see you all at Teched-07 in Las Vegas.

     

     

     

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  1. Bhanu Thirumala
    Prasad,

    It was a good overview on the PI 7.1 capabilities.

    Regarding the J2EE-only option that is proposed as a future possibility:
    Is it possible to summarize the disadvantages with the J2EE-only option? For example, is there a benefit in terms of licensing costs if an ABAP stack is not included? Without the ABAP stack, can the Administrative (Basis) tasks be performed? If not, is the Solman equipped to help? Without an Integration Engine, will the Proxy generation feature be enhanced in some way?

    I think it is an interesting topic to discuss.

    Thanks,
    Bhanu

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