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(BIT500) SAP Java Process Integration
Code: BIT500 v19
Type: null
Tuition (USD): $3750
Length: 5 Days
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Live Virtual, US 07/29/2019
Live Virtual, US 09/09/2019
Newtown Square, PA 10/07/2019
Atlanta, GA 11/04/2019
Newtown Square, PA 12/09/2019

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Skills Gained:
1. Explain the use of SAP Process Integration and the path to SAP Process Orchestration (AEX, BPM and BRM) 2. Explain SAP Process Integration architecture 3. Configure JAVA scenarios 4. Explain Mapping concepts 5. Configure different options to connect a back-end system to the SAP Process Integration JAVA.
Who Should Attend?
Application Consultant Developer Development Consultant Enterprise Architect Project Manager Solution Architect Super/Key/Power User System Administrator System Architect Technology Consultant
Prerequisites:
  • Essential: BIT100, SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology Overview
  • Recommended: SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS; Basic knowledge of Integration Technologies; Basic Understanding of XML
What You Will Learn:
  • 1) SAP Process Integration Architecture
  • a) Explain the Enterprise Service Bus
  • b) Explain SAP Process Integration architecture
  • c) Navigate to the Enterprise Services Repository (ESR)
  • d) Navigate to the Integration Builder
  • e) Configure the Integration Designer in Eclipse
  • f) Explain SAP Process Orchestration and the Advanced Adapter Engine (AEX)
  • 2) The System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • a) Use product and software component terminology
  • b) Create products and software components in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • c) Import software components from the System Landscape Directory (SLD) into the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)
  • d) Implement technical systems in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • e) Maintain the SAP NetWeaver Application Server for Java and ABAP in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • f) Create third-party technical systems in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • g) Maintain Business Systems in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • h) Import a business system into the SLD
  • 3) Interface Objects in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)
  • a) Use the Enterprise Services Browser in SAP Integration Designer Perspective in Eclipse
  • b) Access the ESR objects
  • c) Search the ESR objects
  • d) Display data types
  • e) Create message types
  • f) Create interface objects
  • g) Import interface objects into the ESR
  • h) Define the QoS and message processing types
  • 4) Object Mapping in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)
  • a) Display a message mapping
  • b) Create message mappings
  • c) Create an operation mapping in the ESR
  • 5) Configuration of Integration Directory (ID) Communication Objects
  • a) Explain configuration views
  • b) Create a communication channel
  • 6) Configuration of Integration Directory Objects for Advanced Adapter Engine Extended Processing
  • a) Create an AEX integration flow
  • b) Validate XML
  • 7) SAP Process Integration Operations
  • a) Access SAP Process Integration Monitoring
  • b) Use the SAP NetWeaver Administrator functionality
  • c) Explain the difference between logging and staging
  • d) Configure the logging and staging behavior
  • 8) Connectivity Options for SAP Process Integration
  • a) Use different adapters
  • 9) HTTP Connectivity Options
  • a) Use the HTTP_AAE (Java) adapter
  • b) Configure the SOAP sender adapter
  • c) Configure the SOAP receiver adapter
  • d) Use the proxy configuration
  • e) Use the server proxy
  • f) Use the client proxy
  • g) Analyze the proxy configuration
  • h) Use web services
  • i) Create a web service based on proxy technology
  • 10) File Adapter Configuration
  • a) Configure the receiver File/FTP adapter
  • b) Configure the sender file adapter
  • 11) Intermediate Document (IDoc) Connectivity Options
  • a) List the benefits of the IDOC_AAE
  • b) Use the functionality options on the Remote Function Call (RFC) parameters tab
  • c) Use the Intermediate Document (IDoc) functionality options on the modules tab
  • d) Use the functionality options of the advanced tab
  • e) Configure the receiver IDoc_AAE adapter
  • 12) Configuration of SAP Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPI Connectivity
  • a) Check RFC signatures
  • b) Configure the receiver RFC adapter
  • c) Configure the sender RFC scenario in SAP Process Integration
  • d) Execute communication through the sender RFC adapter
  • 13) Other Connectivity Options
  • a) Explain other connectivity options
  • b) Use the REST adapter
  • c) Expose a function module as RESTful service
  • d) Consume a synchronous RESTful service
  • 14) Advanced Mapping Concepts
  • a) Explain message-mapping structures and elements
  • b) Explain queues in message mapping
  • c) Explain the impact of context selection and deletion
  • d) Use the message-mapping debug process
  • e) Create user-defined message-mapping functions
  • f) Map multiple messages
  • g) Import and use XSLT mappings
  • Notes
  • • This course is not an introductory course. It requires knowledge, delivered in the BIT100 course. It additionally contains information about the HTTP adapter, File adapter, BAPIs and IDoc, because, these integration techniques are commonly used.
Course Info:
Course based on software release: SAP Process Orchestration 7.5, SP13

Course notes and announcements:

1) In this course, participants will gain knowledge in configuring SAP Java Process Integration and learn how to implement different integration scenarios with SAP and non-SAP applications. The course comes with hands-on exercises.

2) You should attend this course If your system is a JAVA only based system - meaning SAP Process Integration JAVA or SAP Process Orchestration. if your system is a dual-stack or dual usage of SAP Process Integration then you should attend BIT400 instead.

3) This course is not an introductory course. It requires knowledge, delivered in the BIT100 course. It additionally contains information about the HTTP adapter, File adapter, BAPIs and IDoc, because, these integration techniques are commonly used.


This is a SAP CERTIFIED Course. Your course will include Full Class Delivery of the comprehensive standard SAP curriculum agendas, SAP Certified Instructor, Demonstration and Presentation, Student Hands on exercises, Access to SAP Hosted servers/training environment, SAP Certified e-book participant guides and SAP Certified Hard copy participant guides.

This 5 day instructor led course qualifies for 40 CPE Credits. CPE Credits are currently available only for publicly scheduled courses delivered live at SAP locations and our Authorized Education Partner locations. CPE Credits are not available for virtual live classroom sessions.

With virtual live classroom training you get comprehensive training from SAP experts using seamless over-the Web connectivity. The same content delivered in SAP's traditional "brick and mortar" classrooms is presented during virtual live classroom deliveries. As in SAP's traditional classrooms, SAP virtual live classroom stresses hands-on learning providing each registered student with exclusive access to live SAP systems throughout each course. Each Virtual Live class is taught by a SAP Certified Instructor and will include an e-book student guide for you to download and keep. CPE Credits are currently available only for publicly scheduled courses delivered live at SAP locations and our Authorized Education Partner locations. CPE Credits are not available for virtual live classroom sessions.