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September has been so exciting and brought so much deserved recognition. Hope you will enjoy this read and will get inspired!

Announcing the SCN Topic Leaders 2012-2013

Congratulations to all our TOPIC LEADERS Susan Keohan, Jocelyn Dart, Anjan Paul, Rick Bakker, Baskar Gopalakrishnan, Raja Sekhar Reddy and Michal Krawczyk!

Hats off to you ALL and a BIG THANK YOU for the superb work you do day after day in the Workflow, BPM, Orchestration and Integration spaces, for all the sharing and encouragement. Hope to see most of you showing your certificates in the Blog It Forward Community Challenge or SCNis10 challenge!

Congratulations Rick! This is so much deserved and I truly enjoyed your story.
If you follow the BPM, Workflow, BRM and Process Orchestration spaces you sure know Jocelyn Dart who is has been for years one of the most active contributors and Moderators. Join me in congratulating Jocelyn for this wonderful spotlight and thanking her for all the work and helping in our communities!
New SAP Mentor in the Integration and Orchestration area: Agasthuri Doss – is a Moderator in the PI space and has just recently joined the SAP Mentors’ family. Congratulations Agasthuri and thanks for the great work you do. Keep sharing!
Read more about SAP Mentors of 2013 here. Take a look at Agasthuri’s recent articles and blogs: 
Read the latest blog of Harsh Jegadeesan highlighting the most important new features of SP01 which is already available in SMP.
If you have missed it you may want to reach out to Sebastian Zick to discuss future opportunities.
Read Katrin Ahsen’s webcast follow up blog for a walk through the SAP’s B2B solution, Q&A from the session, key takeaways and register to replay the recording.
The session was part of the ramp-up knowledge transfer program and was presented by Piyush Gakhar from SAP Product Management. We are looking into options to share it as a new eLearning for all who are interested, but have missed the webcast.
In this blog Dalprit Sawhney shares an interesting scenario where the challenge was to build it with minimum complexity and little or no development effort.
During initial analysis of HR Renewal functionality Raja Sekhar Kuncham found that SAP has delivered a set of new “Workflows and Standard Tasks” supporting Web Dynpro ABAP based HCM Processes and Forms. This blog is aiming to share this information in a systematic way and help others implementing HR Renewal.
Find out the required configuration in this article by Debsubhra Das.
Problem: SWI1 can be used to list work-items in ready status, but it doesn’t tell you whose inboxes they are in. Here is a solution by Paul Bakker.
With configurable parameters and formulas (CPF), you can define complex pricing rules without programming effort, just by creating additional pricing-relevant parameters through configuration and using them in assigned Business Rule Framework plus functions. In this presentation, Berno Kofler explains how to use CPF in pricing.
SAP NetWeaver DSM brings so many features and capabilities that it’s almost impossible to list all. In this blog Carsten Ziegler provides a comprehensive overview of the most important ones.
If you are planning a migration from XI 3.0, PI 7.0, PI 7.1, PI 7.3 dual stack installations to SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, this blog by Shabarish Vijayakumar will help you setup the foundation for migration and provide insights into the approach for such an exercise.

SAP PI 7.31 introduces a Java only version of PI. This obviously is much more efficient for message processing. However, many existing SAP XI/PI customers have built processing logic on ABAP stack. In this blog Vikas Singh is outlining the steps that can be carried out to create similar functionality in the Java stack.

You have developed your Java or XSLT mapping code in SAP PI 7.3x Java only, or you have migrated your Java or XSLTmapping to one. And you are wondering where all the trace information during run-time can be viewed. In this blog Kapila Epasinghe shares a solution.

Read about the experiences of Abhinav Verma.

We often start our BPM learning with the scenario where we merge two messages with a common field value as correlation. In this blog Indrajit Sarkar provides a step-by-step guide. Try it out!

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And last but not least TechEd 2013! Find out what is waiting for you:

The clock is ticking! In his latest blog Benjamin Notheis is setting up the scene. Find out what the  sapopint team has prepared for you at TechEd this year.
The Process Orchestration team has prepared a handful of lectures and hands-ons this year. Read Alexander Bundschuh for a glimpse of what you will experiencein the areas of SAP NetWeaver BPM | PI | Process Orchestration, SAP HANA Cloud Integration, Business Rules, B2B and SAP Operational Process Intelligence sapopint powered by SAP HANA.

If you have come across valuable content in September please share it in the comments so that everyone benefits!

Thanks for reading and hope to see you making time to share every now and then!
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