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Dear Process Orchestration Community,

In short, here is how this monthly bulletin started: our 5 SCN spaces don’t have enough “feature” space to distinguish more contributors more prominently. Having hard times to decide what to feature now and what later I thought that, a community as big and active as ours deserves a kind of monthly newsletter so everyone can catch up on publications they may have missed throughout the month.

So here is the October newsletter of all contributions in the area of SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, PI, B2B, BPM, Composition, SAP Business Workflow, BRM (including SAP NetWeaver BRM, BRFplus, SAP NetWeaver DSM).

Special thanks to all contributors who shared with us more than one blog this month. You know who you are 🙂

❗ BPM surveys – your time for feedback!

1) SAP NetWeaver BPM Customer Survey – We Want Your Feedback!

We would love to learn more about how productive SAP NetWeaver BPM Customers have implemented the solution in their specific industry and help us innovate further. Please share forward. Thank you!

2) SAP NetWeaver BPM Developer Survey – We Want To Hear From You!

Are you a SAP NetWeaver BPM Developer? Please share with us what SAP tools and technologies out of Composition Environment stack you are using today. Thank you for sharing forward!

Moderators picks

SAP TechEd Las Vegas was in the radars last month. If you missed Vegas you are still on time for Madrid. Check out the SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration sessions at SAP TechEd 2012:

quick guides on sessions with PI focus by Alexander Bundschuh and BPM focus by Benjamin Notheis.

If you can’t attend TechEd this year, you can still enjoy some of the session replays. Take a look at:

1) SAP TechEd 2012 Online Covering SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration

by Benjamin Notheis

2) SAP TechEd 2012 Online Covering SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration-2

by Mariana Mihaylova

Here you will find personal reviews of Las Vegas sessions available online:

1) Summarizing Key Sessions: A SAP TechEd Online Personal Experience (Part One)

2) Summarizing Key Sessions: A SAP TechEd Online Personal Experience (Part Two)

by Shabarish Vijayakumar

Jocelyn Dart joins the Process Orchestration Moderators’ Team on SCN

by Mariana Mihaylova

1) Enterprise Patterns in Process Orchestration – Aggregator

2) Enterprise Patterns in Process Orchestration – Content Enricher

by Abdul-Gafoor Mohamed

SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration technology in Healthcare

by Bettina Lieske

Consolidated view on release notes for Process Integration and Orchestration

by Alexander Bundschuh

1) Results of the PI Requirement Prioritization (IFG for PI)

2) Results of the global NetWeaver PI Survey 2012

by Holger Himmelmann

eLearning: Empower Business Experts to Control the Decision Logic Across Enterprise Applications with SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management

by SAP’s Carsten Ziegler & Matthias Weber and Gagan Saxena from Decision Management Solutions

Implementing Rebate Voucher Functionality with BRF+ in a Classical ERP

by Rüdiger Plantiko

Blogs

File Record Confirmation in a NW PO Scenario

by Udo Martens

1) Michal’s PI tips: Where is my deleted software component? Quick tip

2) Michal’s PI tips: Application Interface Framework (AIF) – IDOC processing with AIF actionsby

3) Michal’s PI tips: Application Interface Framework (AIF) – IDOC with custom selection criteria (index tables)

4) Michal’s PI tips: Application Interface Framework (AIF) – IDOC with real time Interface Monitor

5) Michal’s PI tips: Application Interface Framework (AIF) – IDOC content changes and reprocessing

6) Michal’s PI tips: Authorizations for viewing payload of messages on Java stack – implementation

7) Michal’s PI tips: Application Interface Framework (AIF) 2.0 – monitoring existing IDOCs

by Michal Krawczyk

PI Objects Naming Generator

by Simone Pantaleoni

1) How to Find Java Library During PI Development

2) Using PI 7.3’s Directory API

by William Li

1) ABAP Proxy Protocols: Use Cases and Examples

2) How to Find Java Library Resource File Possessing Information about Class Name

3) Usage of 3rd Party Tools in PI Java Mappings Development: Altova MapForce Example

by Vadim Klimov

1) Customize E-Mail Body and Subject in Alerts in SAP PI 7.31 – Java Stack Only – Part 1 – ESR

2) Customize E-Mail Body and Subject in Alerts in SAP PI 7.31 – Java Stack Only – Part 2 – ID

3) Push SOAP Request to PI without using Third Party Tools

by Aashish Sinha

1) How to Create Web Services ABAP based

2) Creating a Service Consumer Proxy

3) Testing a Service Consumer Proxy

by Juan Manuel

1) SAP PI 7.31 Message mapping from Development studio

2) SAP PI Sessions at SAP Teched 2012

3) PI 7.31 dual stack vs single stack

4) A SAP PI view on SAP Teched

by Daniel Graversen

PI 7.3 : How-to replace sxmb_moni functionalities in Adapter Engine context

by Guislain Libessart

Database Handling in SAP PI Map Using JDBC API

by Shreya Sen Gupta

Free Webinar on Process Excellence with SAP NetWeaver BPM – October 11th, 10.30 AM EST

by Ritesh Menon

Articles

Remote IDoc Monitoring Error

by Sourabh Nirmal

Deploying JMS driver to SAP PI server

by Anand Shankar

Sending Notification with attachment using Java Mail API in SAP PI Map

by Sugata Bagchi

KM on CE using Repository Framework WS

by Lakshmikanth Nandanuru

EJB Mapping Function for MDM Web Service in BPM

by Abhijeet Mukkawar

The Evolution of Process Management (Book Excerpt from “Business Process Management – the SAP Roadmap”)

by Ann Rosenberg

Understanding Business Process Lifecycle Management Features of SAP NetWeaver BPM

by Soeren Balko

SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management – Frequently Asked Questions

by SAP User

Executing a BRFplus Decision Service from an Android Device

by Joydeep Paul

If you missed the September issue, here it is:

SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration – PI | B2B | BPM | BRM on SCN – September

All Moderators of the Process Orchestration node are welcome to suggest “Moderators picks” for the month in the comments or by messaging me.

Thanks again everyone for sharing your knowledge and bringing your enthusiasm in our communities! ➕

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