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(BIT800) Process Orchestration Overview
Code: BIT800 v19
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Tuition (USD): $3750
Length: 5 Days
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Live Virtual, US 08/05/2019

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Skills Gained:
Configure various process orchestrated business scenarios Configure various process orchestrated business scenarios Use the required tools
Who Should Attend?
Application Consultant Business Process Architect Business Process Owner / Team Lead / Power User Developer Developer Consultant Enterprise Architect Solution Architect System Architect Technology Consultant
Prerequisites:
  • Essential: BIT500 (or, BIT400)
  • Recommended: SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS; Basic knowledge of Integration Technologies; Basic Understanding of XML; BIT100
What You Will Learn:
  • 1) Introduction to Process Orchestration
  • a) Outline the basics of Process Orchestration
  • b) Outline the main objects of BPM
  • c) Outline BRM
  • d) Outline Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX)
  • e) Run business processes on an AEX
  • 2) Business Process Overview and Development Steps
  • a) Outline the configuration of business processes
  • b) Develop business processes
  • c) Explore the development infrastructure
  • d) Outline business processes
  • e) Outline the elements of a BPMN process
  • f) Sketch the purchase order process
  • g) Explain the procedure models
  • 3) A BPM Process
  • a) Outline the roles and authorizations of the main process in BPMN
  • b) Import objects into a process
  • c) Outline start and end events for PO
  • d) Explain service interfaces
  • e) Explain automated activities for PO
  • f) Add activities to a business process
  • g) Call a web service from an automated activity
  • 4) Connectivity with the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX)
  • a) Explain the business case AEX
  • b) Explain the SAP Process Integration Designer
  • c) Monitor messages with Process Integration Monitoring (PIMON)
  • d) Test the procurement process with AEX
  • 5) Data Flows
  • a) Define process context
  • b) Explain data objects
  • c) Create mappings
  • d) Explain gateways
  • e) Apply data transformations by using functions
  • f) Explain notification activities
  • g) Configure and use reporting activities in a business process
  • 6) Other Objects
  • a) Explain the process modes
  • b) Explain the various UIs and tasks
  • c) Create a user interface with SAPUI5
  • d) Create tasks
  • 7) Deployment and Testing of a Process
  • a) Explain compiling and deploying of PO processes
  • b) Explain the configuration of the PO processes
  • c) Use service groups
  • 8) Process Tasks and Monitors
  • a) Manage process desk tasks
  • b) Use the Business Process Management (BPM) inbox
  • c) Monitor a procurement process
  • 9) The Complete Integration Process
  • a) Configure referenced activities
  • b) Explain boundary events in the delivery and purchase order process
  • c) Execute the purchase order process
  • d) Explain testing and monitoring of PO processes
  • e) Explain data flow modeling
  • 10) Business Rules Management (BRM)
  • a) Explain Business Rules Management (BRM)
  • b) Create rules with the Rules Composer
  • c) Use the Business Rules Manager
  • 11) Configuration of Tasks and Extensions
  • a) Explain special configuration tasks in SAP NetWeaver Administrator (NWA)
  • b) Monitor the health state of the application
  • c) Explain SAP operational process intelligence
  • Notes
  • • This course is not an introductory course. It requires knowledge, delivered in the courses BIT500 and BIT100. Please note the BIT500 is the successor of the course BIT400. So, the knowledge of the BIT400 is appropriate.
Course Info:
Course based on software release: SAP Process Orchestration 7.50

Course notes and announcements:

1) In this course, the participants will gain profound knowledge in configuring business processes with Process Orchestration. Beside theoretical lessons, the participants will configure several business processes in various exercises.

2) This course is not an introductory course. It requires knowledge, delivered in the courses BIT500 and BIT100. Please note the BIT500 is the successor of the course BIT400. So, the knowledge of the BIT400 is appropriate.


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.