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New SAP Press book (E-bite series): BRFplus Output Type Management in SAP S/4HANA

As of S4/HANA we have a new way of managing Output Type Management (old NACE transaction) – using BRFPlus. Together with my two colleagues from Int4 – Michal Michalski and Krzysztof Luka we’ve decided to describe how does this new functionality work and show different options where it can be used (for example with output IDOCs, Ariba integration, SAP AIF Integration)

SAP Press has published our book with it’s new format – E-bite. E-bites are supposed to be smaller books available only in electronic format and they need to concentrate on a single topic only – in our case BRFplus Output Type Management. Our book contains step-by-step instructions and screenshots that will enable you to explore the new BRFplus Output Type Management with many step by steps guides.

You can buy it here – SAP PRESS shop

Below you can find the table of contents:

1 Introduction

1.1 New Output Management for SAP S/4HANA

1.2 Prerequisites

1.3 SAP Ariba and IDoc Output Management Scenarios

1.4 Licensing for SAP Application Interface Framework

2 SAP Ariba Scenario

2.1 Ariba Network Technical Connectivity

2.2 Message Output Type Configuration

2.3 SAP Application Interface Framework Monitoring

3 IDoc Scenario

3.1 IDoc Customizing

3.2 Customizing Output Management

3.3 Testing the New Output Determination

3.4 IDoc SAP Application Interface Framework Enablement

4 Reactive Monitoring with SAP Application Interface Framework Alerts

4.1 Interface Setup for SAP Application Interface Framework Full Mode

4.2 Setting Up SAP Application Interface Framework Alert and Recipient Determination




  1. My first book on AIF topic for business users – SOA Integration – Enterprise Service Monitoring (LIE, FEH/ECH, AIF)
  2. SAP Press e-bite on SAP AIF: New SAP Press book (E-bite series): Serializing Interfaces in SAP AIF

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      Author's profile photo Joachim Rees
      Joachim Rees

      So it's not a real (= printed) book?
      Too bad,as the topic is interesting!

      I know, others are happy with ebooks
      but I would like to have something I
      can use on my desk. Old-School here.



      Author's profile photo Joachim Rees
      Joachim Rees


      something I can use on my desk.

      …you know, just like Paul’s colleagues: