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SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 11 || How to use a Local Integration Process

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This blog post is a part of a series of blog posts related to SAP Cloud Platform Integration. The blogs so far are:

  • My adventure in learning CPI || Part 1 || All about SAP Cloud
  • My adventure in learning CPI || Part 2 || Deployment Models
  • My adventure in learning CPI || Part 3 || Cloud Security
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 4 || Know your tool
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 5 || Content Modifier
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 6 || Configuring Mail Adapter
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 7 || Maintaining logs by using “Groovy Scripts”, even if the IFlow is not on trace mode
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 8 || Working with Request Reply
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 9 || SAP Cloud Platform Cockpit || All about Account, Tenant, and User ID
  • SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) || Part 10 || How to use “Send”?

Other blogs:

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LOCAL INTEGRATION PROCESS: A Local Integration Process is like a subprocess-call within an IFlow. The scenario which I have used to explained is an absolutely fictitious scenario. For small scenarios we may avoid and unnecessary Local Integration Process call. Before continuing to the routing step, this sub-process may be added to the integration model.

We shall need:

a) Local Integration Process, where the subprocess-steps shall be formulated.

b) Process Call, a step in the Integration Process (i.e. the main IFlow),  to call the Local Integration Process.

 

The below is the Integration Flow which has been created to demonstrate how to use Local Integration Process. The IFlow has been divided into 3 parts.

1. Process Call: As mentioned above, a Process Call is to be used to call the Local Integration Process.

2. Local Integration Process: This is where the subprocess steps are setup.

2.1 Request Reply: To know how request reply works, click here.

3. Mail: To know how request reply works, click here

 

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Hope you had a good read.

If you wish to know more, or have any queries on this blog, then please feel free to drop a comment.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Sookriti Mishra

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