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Author's profile photo Hemant Negi

SAP AIF – Simple Inbound Scenario- Part-1

This document will help AIF beginner , In understanding the basic steps involved in SAP AIF . 

Here we are taking a simple Inbound Case, We will be updating PA006 based on PERNR and ANSSA using SAP AIF.  In Inbound case the change data will be routed via SAP PI, SAP AIF and will be updating the PA table (PA006).

High level flow –File Adapter will poll the records, message mapping/ routing in SAP PI, which in turns will be trigger  Inbound proxy this will call the AIF functions and update the PA table.

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STEPS

   SAP PI

ESR

  

Create—

  Two  Data type

  • Message Type

    (ZDT_ADDRESS_REQ)

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  Service interface (SO_AIF_ADD_REQ)

Category-Outbound

  Message type – ZDT_ADDRESS_REQ

SI_AIF_ADD_REQ

  Category – Inbound

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Message Mapping For simplicity, one to one mapping.

  Operation Mapping

   OM_AIF_ADDR

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  Intergration Directory

Business System – BS_SAPECC

Business Component –BC_SAP_AIF

Register the Service Interface in Business Component.

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Communication  Channels-

  •   Proxy Receiver (BS_SAPECC).
  • File Sender channel(BC_SAP_AIF)
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Create –

  • Receiver Determination
  • Interface determination
  • Sender agreement
  • Receiver  agreement

Service interface has been created in ESR (SAP PI) and a proxy class structure for service interface is generated in SAP ECC.

Now we need to implement the proxy method to call the SAP AIF To implement the method double click on generated proxy class.

To be Continued : –

SAP AIF – Simple Inbound Scenario –
Part-2

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      Author's profile photo Chandrakant Mohanty
      Chandrakant Mohanty

      Hi Hemant,

      This is really helpful. Very nice explanation.

      Thanks,

      Chandrakant

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      Former Member

      Hi Hemant,

      Really helpful blog. 🙂

      Thanks

      Deepak

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      Former Member

      Hi Hemant,

      it is  informative.nice blog

      Regards,

      Vijay Kumar Kadarla

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      Former Member

      Appreciate for your guidance in the form of the Blog. I look forward for the next parts.

      Thanks

      Santoshi

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      Former Member

      Very Nice blog Hemant

      Regards

      Vinay