As some of you may know, we host a monthly Q&A webinar covering SAP Cloud Integration topics. It is free for all to join and a great place to ask questions and get our experts to help you solve those “next level” problems the standard documentation does not quite cover.
In our most recent webinar Ilya Stepanov from the SAP market Entry Team showed us how to log, trace and troubleshoot your iFlow on SAP Cloud Platform Integration. Ilya ha helped hundreds of HCI developers over the years, both from our customers, support teams and from internal teams developing content for HCI.
As an added bonus, we had Morton Wittrock from KMD in Denmark joined us to show us first hand how his HCI tracker gets information about your HCI tenant including which Java, (Apache) Camel, and XSLT process version is being used.
Both Ilya and Morton did an amazing job and a warm thank you to both of you for making this session one of our best!
If you missed the webinar, do not Fret! We record all our sessions and post them on youtube and link them via our blog here. The latest webinar recording is being processed and should be available in the next week or so.
Also, we now have a new registration page:
Here, you will find information about our next webinar, which will take place on June 7th; and by registering you will receive an email with a calendar reminder for the event. and with that said …
Please join us for our next webinar in our Integration Q&A series on how to “properly” call a BAPI from SAP Cloud Platform Integration (HCI). As many of you know, BAPI’s can be exposed using SOA manager as web services and called using the SOAP adapter. This is fine for RFC’s but what happens when your BAPI requires a call back for, say, a BAPI Commit transaction?
Join our expert from SAP Consulting as we dive into this topic and present a solution on how to manage BAPI calls form an iFlow.
As always, your input and feedback is both wanted and appreciated. If you have an idea for a topic you would like us to cover please reach out to me or post your suggestions in the forums or the comments below. You are also invited to give feedback on our webinar series or even (as Morton just did) present your ideas in one of our webinars.
With kind regards
Program Manager, SAP Technology RIG