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Thorsten Nordholm Søbirk

This blog entry was written in collaboration with my colleague Jørgen Michelsen.   Introduction Most of us have tried using the JDBC adapter to retrieve data from a database using the nice XML SQL message

It’s been a while (understatement of the year) since I wrote Structuring Integration Repository Content – Part 1: Software Component Versions . You might want to (re-)read it prior to reading this blog for the

The Detroubulator team has put together a set of best practices for using Detroubulator. We hope they will provide you some inspiration and help guide your use of Detroubulator.   No. 10: Share your test

Now and then, I see a description of an XI scenario in which some functionality is accomplished by the side effects of a mapping program. This has always troubled me, so I’ll try to explain

Introduction The Getting started with XI, part 1: XI 3.0 cheat sheet was posted by Morten Wittrock over 2 and a half years ago, so we thought it was due for an update. We and

At this year’s Community Day in Las Vegas, I have the privilege of unveiling version 1.1 of Detroubulator – the mapping test tool for XI. We are very excited about the new features which include

The Mapping Lookup API introduced in SP13 allows an XI mapping program to access additional data via an RFC or JDBC adapter. This code sample shows you a convenient way to use this API for

http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/858903f9-0b01-0010-a994-bc3ec994fd18″ width=”235″/> http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/c73003f9-0b01-0010-aa8b-80bd4a8b7f2d” width=”235″/> Introduction If you have read my blog entry titled Never, ever use XI’s built-in arithmetic functions, you know that XI’s arithmetic and statistical functions are seriously flawed. Thankfully, SAP seems to

http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/858903f9-0b01-0010-a994-bc3ec994fd18|border=0! http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/webcontent/uuid/c73003f9-0b01-0010-aa8b-80bd4a8b7f2d|border=0! Introduction Correctly parsing XML using JAXP (SAX or DOM) is fairly straight-forward and familiar to many. However, correctly emitting XML is a little more complicated, and many resort to using simple String manipulation

h5. Introduction    Occasionally, one comes across an intgration scenario for which XI’s standard adapters do not suffice. Creating a new JCA adapter is always an option, but it is often overkill for dealing with relatively