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Within the master data management track of this year’s TechEd we are offering the session MDM350 – Developing an Adapter for the MDM Enrichment Architecture.

After an introduction into the technical concepts of the MDM Enrichment Architecture, you will have the opportunity to go through an end to end exercise that demonstrates the complete development process of an adapter. This does not only include the actual Java coding of the adapter and the correct setup of the respective projects in the developer studio. Additionally you will learn how to complete the configuration of MDM, such as create syndication and import maps for data transfer.

Richard LeBlanc and Scott Cairncross are going to be the speakers in Las Vegas. For Munich Juan Carlos Martinez and Andreas Seifried are the hosts of the session.

Be aware that this session is on advanced level and is tightly packed with an end to end exercise of the complete development process!
Prerequisites: Some experience with SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management (MDM), especially SAP NetWeaver MDM Import Manager and SAP NetWeaver MDM Syndicator are beneficial. Intermediate Java (JEE) programming skills.

This workshop is logically connected to two other sessions at TechEd, composing a trilogy that guides you through major aspects of MDM:

  • MDM250, SAP NetWeaver MDM Walkthrough Part 1 of 3:
    Configure a landscape and run core MDM processes
  • MDM256, SAP NetWeaver MDM Walkthrough Part 2 of 3:
    Consolidate Customer Master Data
  • MDM350, SAP NetWeaver MDM Walkthrough Part 3 of 3:
    Developing an adapter for the MDM Enrichment Architecture

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  1. Dries Guth
    Hi Andreas,

    because I worked with the MDM in connection with the SAP XI in a project some month ago it would be very interesting to see which possibilies the MDM have to connect to external/internal systems via addional Adapters.

    Sadly I have booked my “hands on workshop” courses for 2 other courses already.

    Do you know if there are possibilities to take part in your course anyway?

    Best regards,
    Dries

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