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Blogs by

Morten Wittrock

TL;DR: Some integration flow steps leave behind headers, that contain information about the internals of the integration flow. If you don’t want to leak that information to the outside world, you need to actively remove

Introduction One of the core functions of any integration platform, is to translate between different message formats. These transformations are colloquially known as mappings, and every integration platform offers its own set of tools for

In mid-May, Cloud Integration was updated to version 2.40: That’s not really news, in and of itself; Cloud Integration gets updated on a monthly basis. This steady flow of improvements and new features is one

Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations, or XSLT for short, is a powerful language for writing XML transformations. With XSLT, you can create succint and elegant solutions to thorny XML mapping problems. The language has a number

On Saturday the 5th of May, SAP Inside Track Copenhagen goes down at the KMD offices for the third time. As usual, we posted a Call for Speakers right here on the SAP Community site,

The official road map is a great way to stay up to date with what’s coming to SAP Cloud Platform Integration. While perusing the current road map document, I noticed a new capability planned for

Back in March, I launched HCITracker, which is a Twitter feed that tracks updates to the core components of SAP Cloud Platform Integration, such as the underlying Apache Camel framework, the Java runtime etc. Officially,

Last Saturday, a group of determined SAP community members met on a cold morning, to spend the day with each other at the second SAP Inside Track Copenhagen event. And I’m so glad they did,

On Saturday, November 25th we’re hosting our second SAP Inside Track event at the KMD offices, and you are invited! Many community members heeded the Call for Speakers, and based on their proposals, we now

On Saturday, November 25th we are looking much forward to hosting the second SAP Inside Track event in Denmark at the KMD offices (here’s a recap of the first event). We would like to invite