SAP XI

Overview:
SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI) is an enterprise-level integration application used to mediate the exchange of information between various underlying platforms and systems. SAP XI is an Integration technology and it is platform for SAP and non-SAP applications, It is produced by German global software corporation SAP AG. SAP XI is a core NetWeaver software component based on open standards and architecture that enables cross-platform communication and collaboration.

Training Objectives of XI:
SAP XI was created to facilitate and provide SAP integration with compatible systems and applications. It uses open-standard XML messaging to ensure HTTP interoperability and communication. It supports synchronous and asynchronous message exchange; and includes a built -in engine for designing and executing Integration Processes (Business Processes). An important feature of the XI is that it provides openness and transparency to the integration process.

Target Students / Prerequisites
SAP XI is SAP’s enterprise application integration (EAI) software, a component of the NetWeaver product group used to facilitate the exchange of information among a company’s internal software and systems and those of external parties. Basic Skills Required for XI is the Student must be belong to IT and awareness on Relation Database Connection.

Course Content
Introduction to SAP NetWeaver Technology
Building Blocks of SAP NetWeaver
Web AS Architecture

Introduction to SAP Exchange Infrastructure
Process Integration with SAP XI 3.0 (XI 7.0)
Architecture of SAP XI 3.0 (XI 7.0)

System Landscape Directory
Architecture of SLD
Describing Technical Systems & Business Systems
Landscapes and Software catalog

Designing Collaborative Process
Introduction to Integration Repository
Organization of Design Objects in IR
Creating Repository’ Objects.
Data types
Message types
Message Interfaces
Mapping Objects
Mapping Templates etc...
Importing RFC & IDOC Interfaces
Developing” with Imported Interface Objects
Message types across components
Enhancing Partner’s and Customer’s Data types
Mapping Application Components to Systems
Object Versioning and Transport

Mappings
Overview
Mapping Programs in SAP XI 3.0 (XI 7.0)
Java Mapping
XSLT Mapping
ABAP Mapping
Message Mapping
Mapping Functions
Context Handling Value Mapping
User Defined Functions
Multi Mapping

Configuration
Introduction to Integration Directory
Describing Systems and Services
Configuring Internal Company Process
Configuring Cross-Company Process
Configuring Communication channels
Logical Routing and Technical Routing
Transports between the Test and Productive Landscape

Runtime
Introduction to Integration Server
Processing Steps of Integration Engine
Proxy Runtime
Using Runtime Workbench
Message Monitoring
Component Monitoring
End-to-End Monitoring

Proxies
Introduction to Proxies
Creating ABAP proxies
Creating JAVA proxies
Proxy Runtime

Integration Process (ccBPM)
Introduction to Integration Process
Arch. of ccBPM
Designing Integration Process
Controlling the process flow
Time control and Exception Handling
Message Bundling
Sync/Async. Communications
Configuring Integration Process
Monitoring the execution of integration Process

Adapters
Adapter Framework, Adapter Engine and ADK
File Adapter
JDBC Adapter
RFC Adapter
IDOC Adapter
Plain HTTP Adapter
SOAP Adapter
XI Adapter
JMS Adapter
Overview Of other Adapters

Scenarios
File to File
File to JDBC
JDBC to File
File to RFC
File to IDOC
IDOC to File
HTTP to RFC
ABAP Proxy (Client Proxy)
IDOC to Flat file
Flat file to IDOC
SOAP to RFC
XSLT Mapping
BPM1(File to File)
BPM2(File to RFC)
BPM3(Multiple Files)

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