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SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP PI) 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. Before the current version, SAP PI was called SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI). Like other NetWeaver components, SAP PI is compatible with software products of other companies. SAP Process Orchestration is a tool to automate and optimize business processes. It combines features of SAP Business Process Management (BPM), SAP Process Integration(PI) and SAP Business Rules Management(BRM). In other words, it’s more advanced version of SAP PI and has all the tools required to integrate applications.

Upcoming Batches
Apr-25th SAT & SUN (12 WEEKS)
Weekend Batch
Timings – 08:30 AM to 11:30 AM (IST)
Apr-24th MON – FRI (75 DAYS)
Weekdays Batch
Timings – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (IST)
Upcoming Batches
Apr 25th SAT & SUN (12 WEEKS)
Weekend Batch
Timings – 08:30 AM to 11:30 AM (IST)
Apr 24th MON – FRI (75 DAYS)
Weekend Batch
Timings – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (IST)
Description

What are the course objectives?

  • SAP PI/PO (Process Integration/Process Orchestration) is a tool that allows you to integrate solutions.
  • It makes it easy to synchronize data between different systems.
  • It is an enterprise application integration (EAI) software, a component of the Net Weaver product group used to facilitate the exchange of information among a company’s internal software and systems and those of external parties.
  • It is a middleware platform that doesn’t deal with how application components are implemented with business logic and focus more on data exchangebetween the different components.
  • You can consider SAP PI/PO as a central instance or middleware that interconnects different systems.

What are the roles and responsibilities and methodology of this module?

After the completion of this course, Trainee will:

PI Development Team:-

Responsible for understanding and co-ordinating with functional consultant before developing any interface.

  • Responsible for writing the technical specification of all the interfaces.
  • Development in Enterprise Services Repository.
  • Configuration in Integration Builder.
  • Having Knowledge of all the node functions.
  • Responsible for co-ordinating when SIT and UAT is going on.
  • Responsible for making any changes in interface only if there is proper CR for this.
  • Responsible for error or alert handling.
  • Should have a proper and clear understanding incase of any issue.

PI Support Team:-

  • Primary responsibility of PI support team to make sure Production system is up and running.
  • They are responsible for any issue occurred in Production system raised by customer to be solved within the SLA.
  • If it is data issue they should try to check and process the message as per the requirement.
  • Responsible for handling incidents and tickets causing service disruption in the PI landscape
  • They should not change the mapping if any message failed with mapping error. They should highlight it and take help from development team to fix the issue.
  • Any changes should not be carried out directly in production.
  • They should keep monitoring the system and if they see any issue or alerts or message failed, they should take the necessary actions.
  • Responsible to maintain the monitoring report of PI message flow includes successful as well as failed.
  • Co-ordinate with other teams if issue require multiple team involvement.

Who should go for this training?

Any graduate can learn this.

It is not mandatory to know any module in sap, because sap pi po is an integration tool. so any one can learn this.

What are the skills that you will be learning with this course?

  • PI development knowledge for both parts design as well as configuration.
  • Basic ABAP knowledge.
  • If SLD knowledge is there then it will be an added advantages.
  • Having deep knowledge of SAP PI.
  • Java Knowledge will add advantage to his skills.
  • Most important:-should have proper soft skills such as having proper knowledge and correct information before writing any mail to customer because these are the consultants.

  who are the first contact point for the customer.

Any wrong information in the mail will lead to escalation and will keep the issue in pending status only.

  • Should have clear Project landscape Knowledge.

What are the prerequisites to learn this course?

  • If you have Basic ABAP knowledge, it will be added advantage but not compulsory.
  • Same rule applies for JAVA also.
  • no need to know any programming language.

Key Features

Instructor-led Sessions

50 Hours of Online Live Instructor-Led Classes. Weekend Classes: 24 sessions of 2 hours each.
Weekday Classes: 50 sessions of 1 hour each.

Real-life Case Studies

Live project based on any of the selected use cases, involving implementation of the various  concepts.

Assignments

Each class will be followed by practical assignments.

Lifetime Access

You get lifetime access to LMS where presentations, quizzes, installation guide & class recordings.

24 x 7 Expert Support

We have 24×7 online support team to resolve all your technical queries, through ticket based tracking system, for the lifetime.

Certification

After completing your final course project successfully emax will provide you certificate as a
SAP Trainee.

Forum

We have a community forum for all our learners that further facilitates learning through peer interaction and knowledge
Preview

I. Introduction to SAP Netweaver Technology

Building Blocks of SAP Netweaver

Web AS Architecture.

II.Introduction to SAP PI /PO 7.5

Difference between Single Stack and Dual Stack

Process Integration with SAP PI /PO 7.5

Introduction to SAP Netweaver

Components in SAP PI /PO 7.5

Design Time Components

Configuration time Components

Administrative and monitoring components

Runtime Components

Architecture of SAP PI /PO 7.5

III. System Landscape Directory(SLD)

Architecture of SLD

Describing Technical Systems & Business Systems

Landscapes and Software catalog

IV.Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)

Introduction to Enterprise Service Repository

Organization of Design Objects in ESR

Data types

Message types

Service Interfaces

Mapping Objects

Mapping Templates etc…

Importing RFC & IDOC Interfaces

Developing with Imported Interface Objects

Message types across components

V.Mappings

Overview

Mapping Programs in SAP PI /PO 7.5

Java Mapping

XSLT Mapping

ABAP Mapping (Concepts)

Message Mapping(Graphical Mapping)

Mapping Functions

Arithmetic functions

Boolean functions

Constant functions

Date functions

Statistic functions

Text functions

Node functions

User Defined Functions

Multi Mapping

VI. Integration Directory(ID)

Introduction to Integration Directory

Describing Systems and Services

Configuring Internal Company Process

Configuring Cross-Company Process

Configuring Communication channels

Configuration Objects

Collaboration Agreements

Integrated Configuration Objects(ICO)

VII. Runtime

Introduction to Integration Server

Processing Steps(Pipeline steps) of Integration Engine

Using Configuration and Monitoring

Message Monitoring

Component Monitoring

End-to-End Monitoring

VIII. Integration Process (ccBPM)

Introduction to Integration Process

Arch. of ccBPM

Designing Integration Process

Controlling the process flow

Sync/Async. Communications

Configuring Integration Process

Monitoring the execution of integration Process

IX.Netweaver BPM

Difference between ccBPM and NW BPM

Introduction of NWDS

Explaining the SAP Process Integration Designer

Introduction of IFLOW

Difference between IFLOW and ICO

Explaining the SAP Composite Designer

BPM development (Building and Deploying a BPM)

Importing Objects

Detail of Start and End Events for the SAP PO Training Process

Handling Service Interfaces

Explaining Automated Activities for the PO Process

Adding Activities to a Business Process

Defining Process Context

X.Proxies

Introduction to Proxies

Creating ABAP proxies

Proxy Runtime

PI.Scenarios

  • File to File
  • IDOC to File
  • File to IDOC
  • IDOC to Flat file
  • Flat file to IDOC
  • IDOC to JDBC
  • JDBC to IDOC
  • HTTP to RFC
  • SOAP to RFC
  • XSLT Mapping
  • BPM1 (File to File)
  • BPM2 (File to RFC)
  • ABAP Proxy (Client Proxy)
  • Using NWDS(Netweaver Developer Studio)
  • Creating Integration Flows(iFlows)
  • configuration in NW BPM
  • SAP PO to SAP S/4 HANA 1809

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FAQs

WHAT IF I MISS A CLASS?

You will never miss a lecture at Emax You can choose either of the option: View the recorded session of the class available in your LMS.

WHAT IF I HAVE QUERIES AFTER I COMPLETE THIS COURSE?

Your access to the Support Team is for lifetime and will be available 24/7. The team will help you in resolving queries, during and after the course.

HOW SOON AFTER SIGNING UP WOULD I GET ACCESS TO THE LEARNING CONTENT?

Post-enrolment, the LMS access will be instantly provided to you and will be available for lifetime. You will be able to access the complete set of previous class recordings, PPTs, PDFs, assignments. Moreover the access to our 24×7 support team will be granted instantly as well. You can start learning right away.

IS THE COURSE MATERIAL ACCESSIBLE TO THE STUDENTS EVEN AFTER THE COURSE TRAINING IS OVER?

Yes, the access to the course material will be available for lifetime once you have enrolled into the course.
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