Here are the August highlights from the Process Orchestration, PI & SOA Middleware, B2B Integration, Business Process Management and Business Rules Management communities.

What’s new in SAP Process Orchestration 7.31 SP8/7.4 SP3

In this blog Christian Loos shares all new enhancements for customers running Business Process Management, Process Integration and Orchestration scenarios. He has highlighted the most important new features in a short video.

Q&A: Process Orchestration Webcast Series 2013

In June SAP delivered a series of 5 webcasts. In this Q&A blog you will find a handful of answers to many important questions for all customers running or who consider running BPM, PI and Orchestration scenarios. Also check the related blogs. Replays of all 5 webcasts will be available until the end of 2013 to all registrants.

SAP Operational Process Intelligence in the August edition of the Business Process News on SCN:

SAP OPInt: Tips for Your First Business Scenario

In this blog,Thomas Scaysbrook of CompriseIT shares his experience learning about SAP Operational Process Intelligence on SAP HANA. Thomas used #SAPOPInt to develop some proof-of-concept projects. Here he provides both a high-level overview and a deeper dive into some details using a sales order creation scenario.

Protocol Decision Tree Between SAP ECC and SAP Process Orchestration

In this blog, Agasthuri Doss introduces a decision tree to select the appropriate integration method between ECC and SAP Process Orchestration environments and between SAP NetWeaver Process Integration and client business systems. More from this author:

SAP PI Technical and Business Errors

SAP PI selection criteria for Implementation

Handling bulk upload during transition period using SAP PI

Interface Transition Evaluation Guide

August 2013: Readers Digest for SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management (NW DSM) and Business Rule Framework plus (BRFplus) and TechEd 2013 Sessions on SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management and BRFplus

Take a look at these blogs by Carsten Ziegler and join the discussion.

How to Kill Custom Code and Z-Tables

Can SAP NetWeaver DSM solve the problems related to custom code and z-tables? Find out from this insightful blog by Carsten Ziegler.

Applying Process Mining Techniques to Process Observer Data using the ProM Toolkit

In this blog Bernd Schmitt shows an interesting approach for applying process mining techniques on top of log information for your business processes created with Process Observer.

Schedule your SAP NetWeaver Business Process in the NWA Job Scheduler

In this document, Abhijeet Mukkawar describes how to schedule a SAP NetWeaver BPM process as a job in the SAP NetWeaver Administrator (NWA).

How to Send Notification to Multiple Users in BPM

With the activity type notification you can notify selected recipients that a specific event has happened or some activity has been completed. Vasilios Lianos provides a step-by-step description on how to send notifications to multiple users by using expressions.

Workflow Approval Anywhere, Anytime – Meet the Speaker Graham Robinson – ASUG SAP TechEd session

By Tammy Powlas

For a complete overview of content in the respective spaces please follow these links:

If you have not discovered them yet, we invite you to review and bookmark these landing pages where you can find a lot of useful information:

On the housekeeping side, please note that the sub-spaces Business Process Modeling and Composite Applications will be soon merged into the main Business Process Management & Composition space. You can still find old content in both sub-spaces, but please contribute new content into the BPM space only.

Also get the news in our social media channels:

> SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration on LinkedIn

> Twitter @SAPNetWeaver & @SAPTechnology

> SAP Technology page on Facebook

Here is the July 2013 Spotlight: SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration PI | B2B | BPM | BRM if you have missed it.

If you think any great content from August is missing, feel free to add links in a comment. Thanks for reading!

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