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This document is in continuation to my previous blog ->

PI.DOC – Successfactors BizX Integration using PI Java Mapping – Query Operation on CompoundEmployee Entity – Part I



PI Configuration Overview

Sender and Receiver logical business component representing source and Target System.

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The business component contains sender interfaces and sender connector.

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The business component contains receiver interfaces and receiver connector.

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SOAP Sender Communication channel – Getting data from source system.

Name : CC_SOAP_Sender_SOAPUISessionCreate_EOIO.

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File Receiver Communication channel – Store file on NFS / FTP System.

Name : CC_File_Test_LookUpData_Receive

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Integrated configuration Object :

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Testing Scenario:


Sample Source XML.

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Message Mapping Test :-

Mapping Test :  1. Java Mapping – Source XML to Intermediate XML

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Mapping Test : 2. Graphical Mapping – Intermediate XML to Target File Format

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Sender System Application: Publish your WSDL on Service Registry.


Log in to Service registory.

Find the published WSDL with interface name.

Choose appropriate HTTP Port

Click Test button.

Enter Username – Password.

Choose operation name.

Populate required entries in Request Structure text fields.

Hit Next


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Middleware – Message Monitoring :-

1.       Go to SAP PIMON

2.       Choose Message Monitoring

3.       Fill appropriate filter criteria to find the Message

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Middleware – Communication channel Monitoring :-

1.       Go to SAP PIMON

2.       Choose Communication channel Monitoring


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  1. Former Member

    Great post! I’m looking forward to learn about SAP Process Orchestration and this example has given me a great initial overview of the components that interact in a PI sceneario.


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