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Here is all the May buzz in the Process Orchestration, PI & SOA Middleware, B2B Integration, Business Process Management and Business Rules Management communities. There is lots of valuable content this month so check it out and keep rewarding all the authors whose content you found useful.

May was the month of SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference. If you have missed it, here is a short recap of what happened in the Process Orchestration area.

Process Orchestration Highlights from SAPPHIRE NOW 2013

Read about Eduardo Chiocconi’s experiences and share yours if you have attended. Also take a look at the two customer stories to find out how Bank of America and AmerisourceBergen are excelling with SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration:

* How Bank of America uses SAP’s Process Orchestration technologies

Watch the full session replay to learn how the bank has simplified invoice processing with SAP NetWeaver BPM & BRM.

* How AmerisourceBergen uses SAP’s Process Orchestration technologies

Watch the full session replay to learn how AmerisourceBergen, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical services companies is transforming their business with SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration technologies.

Notes from the Moderator’s Team

This is a great chance to meet SAP experts and hear the latest and greatest about SAP Technology, including Process Orchestration tracks. Check this blog for details and agenda and join if you can. The day’s programme is completely free for SAP customers and prospects and offers a wide range of sessions to choose from: industry microforums, breakthrough sessions, experience zones. Places are limited so please view full agenda & all tracks and register today.

  • Dimitri Sannen joined the Moderator’s team of the B2B Integration space in May. Welcome, Dimitri and keep up the good work!
  • Please remember to encourage authors whose content you find useful and helpful by liking, rating and commenting. Feel free to hit the sharing buttons and share in Social media channels you use. It’s helping us discover and surface great content, appreciate and reward authors. That way everyone benefits!

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SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration Webcast Series 2013

SAP has delivered a series of 5 webcasts starting on May 29thsharing latest news about Process Management software from SAP: SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration including B2B capabilities, SAP Operational Process Intelligence and SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management. Do not worry if you have missed any of the webcasts. Recordings will be available to all who register until the end of 2013. Read this blog for details about how to register and access recordings of your chosen sessions.

Global Survey for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 2013

The 2013 PI survey is now on and the focus this year is, not surprisingly, on B2B and EDI. More details and survey access link in Holger Himmelmann’s blog. We look forward to your participation!

A grown-up Singleton concept for Workflow instances (3 step approach)

In this blog, SAP Business Workflow expert Florin Wach demonstrates how to achieve a very safe singleton concept. Check it out!

Using Decision Requirements Models to scope BRFplus and NW DSM

Decision Management has become the de-facto best practice for implementing business rules. At the heart of this approach is an explicit focus on decisions and this is reflected in the decision-centric approach taken in SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management. In this blog James Taylorshows how these best practices increase your likelihood of success and boost ROI. He also shares a webinar replay! Also find out more about blueprinting in his latest article: Blueprinting BRFplus and NW DSM projects with Decision Requirements.

BPMN within NWDS (NetWeaver Developer Studio) – Not just a Development tool!

In his blog Thomas Scaysbrookpoints out the importance of using a BPMN modeller as early as possible in the process design and shares useful tips for aiding Business & IT communication and collaboration as the process is coming to life.

Demo: SAP Sybase ESP integration with SAP NetWeaver BPM

by Daniel Yackel

Here is a demo showcasing the integration of SAP Sybase Event Stream Processor (SAP Sybase ESP) with SAP NetWeaver BPM.

Social Benefit Determination with SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management

by Wolfgang Schaper

Make your CAF service web-ready by giving it a RESTful façade

by Christian Loos

Developing BPM Custom Inbox with Task Custom Attributes and Actions

by Lora Tsanova

More Articles and Blogs

Logging for each pipeline step in the Integrated Configuration Object (ICO) without going to NWA

Create your own Automatic Message Restart job on PI Java Stack (PI 7.3 EHP1)

List of all the Business Systems that are connected using iFlow (PI 7.3 EHP1, SP06)

Call it a complete interface, not a template – power of an iFlow template

Believe it or not, SSL Enabling for your PI 7.31 EHP1(Java only) is a cake walk now.

Correlation-ID based Message Search in PI 7.31 EHP1 (is possible from SP07)

SAP tool to migrate dual stack ID objects to Integrated Configuration Objects (ICO) – PI 7.3 EHP1, SP07

by Anil Veepuri– Thank you Anil for sharing so much with the community this month. Keep up the good work!

The SAP PI B2B add-on EDI capabilities unveiled

Easy-to-use AS2 software

Low-scale message archiving: correlating an Idoc and an EDI interchange

Undeploy components using the SAP NetWeaver Development Studio (NWDS)

ABAP proxy specifics on a NetWeaver 7.3 system

Reading the adapter status for alerting purposes

by Dimitri Sannen– Thanks Dimitri. Looking forward to reading more from you!

NetWeaver PI – I want my ccBPM’s back!

by Jason Scott – Thanks Jason for starting this discussion. It’s valuable for the community.

CTS+ Configuration for Process Orchestration (PI/PO) and AEX 7.31 (JAVA Only Stack)

by Devendra Singh Soni

EDI-XML conversion in SAP B2B Add-on: Some known problems & solutions

by Ruchir Sinha

Do You Need to Transmit a Functional Acknowledgment?

by Sarath Sasi

Introducing the new EDIFACT Message Editor in the B2B Integration Cockpit

by Bhagyesh Hede

Real-time reporting on multiple BPM datasources in Visual Composer

by Abhijeet Mukkawar

Building Eclipse based Junit tests to automate Process model testing

by Venugopal Chembrakalathil

Using BPM Java APIs

by Vibha Sharma

How to delay (use wait step) message in SAP PI without ccBPM

by Abidemi Olatunbosun

POV: FEH or AIF or Custom Error Handling

by Abhishek Vinayaka

Synchronizing SAP CRM data to external systems via SAP PI

by Nirmala Kappala

Browsing File System of a Java-only System

by Vadim Klimov

Reading PI Server Host Dynamically

by Saiyog Gonsalves

SAP PI and Integration round up of SAPPHIRENOW

by Daniel Graversen

MDM to File and JMS with ICO (one sender two receivers)

by Muniyappan Marasamy

PI adjustments for app and dB server split

by Vikas Singh

Configuration of Ariba Network Adapter with Client Certificate in NetWeaver PI

Configuration of Ariba Network Adapter with Client Certificate in NetWeaver PI — II Part

by Priya Ranjan Saha

SFTP – Certificate and Troubleshooting – Guide for Seeburger – Adapter

by Stefan Hilpp

Working with Images/PDFs in SAP PI using UDF

by Ranjeet Singh

Variable substitution in case of non-XML target files in a multi-mapping scenario

by Ambrish Mishra

Usage of Mapping Runtime Constants

by Shreya Sen Gupta

User decision with automatic note in SAP Business Workflow

by Gianluca Bonavitacola

Activating Workflow Version

by Umit Coskun Aydinoglu

Workflow Self Study Notes Part 1 – Work Items

Workflow Self Study Notes Part 2 (Theory) – Agents

Useful SAP Business Object Type programming macros

by Gopal Nair

Tip: How you can exclude Users at the time of sending notification through Extended Notification

New functionality of SAP_WAPI_DECISION_COMPLETE

by Anjan Paul

Modify or Assign Substitute Agent of user using FMs

by Rambabu Kunuku

If you have missed it, here is the April Spotlight: SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration PI | B2B | BPM | BRM

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