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This SAP hands-on training will teach you how to develop your own integration scenario using SAP PI Process Integration 7.31 in under 4 hours. After the SAP course YOU will be able to understand the essentials of SAP PI and even be able to start a Proof of Concept Project with your customers!
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UPDATE: (27 November 2015) New lecture on how to create you own instance will be up shortly!
UPDATE: (27 July 2015) Great feedback by students:
"Covers Essentials, Helped Me Understand Quickly
...I knew nothing about PI, but after just a few lessons, I attended a meeting with the PI team and found I suddenly understood everything they were discussing! ... Additionally, Mr. Eker delivers the lectures in a pleasant, friendly tone so they rarely ever become tedious. I'm sure the course will help you as it did me."
UPDATE: (01 July 2015) SAP is currently not providing the tool to create your own SAP PI instance. SAP mentioned that they might provide it again in the future but for now it will not be available. What does this mean? If you have your own SAP PI system you can continue with my hands on sessions on your system. If you don't have access this course will provide you with required information that you can use in the future. Don't forget that you have LIFETIME access to this course!
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What you will get:
You will be able to build your own integration using SAP PI Process Integration. From basic file-to-file scenarios, to web service-to-web services scenario. You will also learn the most common integration patterns in this hands-on training on SAP PI Process Integration.
The lecture starts with a short introduction to SAP, SAP NetWeaver, SAP Process Orchestration and continues with a short introduction to SAP NetWeaver PI Process Integration. After that the SAP hands-on training starts and you will start learning by doing it.
We will cover over 3+ HOURS of content of SAP PI Proces Integration
Since SAP and SAP products in general are very detailed topics I will include all kind of helpful material. From SAP Help documents to whitepapers to step by step guides.
After you complete this course you will be able to understand the practical side of SAP NetWeaver PI Process Integration.
Always keep in mind, if this course doesn't provide anything mentioned you have a 30 days money back guarantee.
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|Section 1: Introduction to SAP|
Introduction to SAP
Learn about SAP NetWeaver
Introduction to SAP Process Orchestration
|Section 2: Introduction to SAP Process Integration|
SAP Process IntegrationPreview
In this lecture I will walk you through PI.
00:00 System Landscape Directory
06:30 Monitoring - Communication Channel
07:20 Monitoring - Message Monitoring
09:30 PI Tool (Eclipse) NetWeaver Developer Studio (NWDS)
10:50 ESR - Enterprise Service Repository
18:12 ID - Integration Directory
|Section 3: Create your own SAP PI Process Integration test environment|
Introduction (Create your own SAP PI Process Integration test environment)Preview
In this lecture we will start our PI system and do post configuration.
00:00 Enter scn.sap.com
01:22 Enter aws.amazon.com to get your amazon account number
02:06 Create cloud formation on amazon
04:00 Connect to your system
06:07 Start SAP system
In this lecture we will start the post configuration wizard.
00:40 Login to SAP NetWeaver Administrator
03:10 Start Configuration wizard
05:07 Create software component
|Section 4: SAP PI Hands-on training file to file|
Introduction (SAP PI Hands-on training file to file)Preview
In this lecture we will develop an end to end file to file scenario.
00:00 Create a new user
02:08 Enter SLD to create product, software component and software component version
05:20 Enter the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio
05:35 Connect NWDS to the PI system
08:18 Import Software Component Version from SLD
09:28 Create Namespace
10:00 Create Data Type, Message Type and Service Interface
16:05 Create Message mapping and test
21:05 Create Operation Mapping
In this lecture we will develop needed objects in the integration directory.
00:00 Define 2 systems
02:02 Create integration flow
04:43 Create sender communication channel
07:15 Create receiver communication channel
08:35 Add Operation Mapping
11:40 Start integration
12:40 PI Monitoring
15:10 Adapter channel monitoring
17:05 Message Monitoring
19:00 Error monitoring
In this lecture we will develop the same file to file integration using Java application and NOT the Eclipse tool.
00:00 Open the ESR applet
02:30 Create new namespace
03:45 Create ESR object, Data Type, Message Type
06:05 Create Message Mapping and test it
11:15 I forgot to create the Operation Mapping, I will return to ESR and create it few minutes later :)
11:20 Open the ID applet
12:25 Create new folder
15:55 Create Integrated configuration
20:30 Create sender communication channel
22:30 Create receiver communication channel
27:05 Running the process
|Section 5: SAP PI Hands-on training Web Service to web service|
Introduction (SAP PI Hands-on training Web Service to web service)Preview
In this lecture we will configure our system so that it can reach the web.
In this lecture we will get the WSDL document from the Web service we are going to call.
In this lecture we will develop the our Web service to web service integration.
00:00 Open NWDS
01:10 Create new namespace
03:40 Open ESR to import WSDL document
07:30 Create Service Interfaces
12:00 Create new iFlow
14:00 Configure sender and receiver channels
18:35 Generate Web service (WSDL) for PI side
20:00 Open SOAP UI to test the integration
|Section 6: SAP PI Hands-on training Constant & Dynamic Recipient List|
Introduction (SAP PI Hands-on training Constant & Dynamic Recipient List)Preview
In this lecture we will prepare ESR objects for the recipient list scenario.
00:00 Create new namespace
01:15 Create ESR objects, Data Type, Message Type, Service Interface, Message Mapping, Operation Mapping
In this lecture we will develop a constant recipient list.
00:00 Create new business component
01:20 Create iFlow
03:30 Define sender and receiver communication channels
08:53 Define constant condition
11:30 Activate and deploy iFlow
12:00 Create test XML message
14:10 Testing the integration
16:20 Add Operation Mapping
In this lecture we will develop a dynamic recipient list.
01:30 Change constant to dynamic routing
02:00 Create new mapping for dynamic routing
10:05 Test mapping
14:15 Import Operation Mapping into iFlow
14:45 Test dynamic routing
|Section 7: SAP PI Helping Material|
Documents that will help you with SAP
|Section 8: Thank you for joining SAP PI couse|
In 2008 I started my career as a SAP Process Integration Technology Consultant. I got my SAP Process Integration certificate the same year. I developed and managed 100+ projects and worked with 20+ customers. Some of these are: SAP, Shell, Nike, Exxon Mobile, Vodafone etc.
In 2014 I developed a Facebook based Backgammon game using ActionScript and successfully grew over 10K MAU. Once we sold our product I continued with my entrepreneurship career in building an IoT Startup in which we collect sales data in real time from traditional retail stores to create sales analytic for CPG companies like Unilever, Coca Cola, PepsciCo etc. Right now we use technologies like AngularJS, NodeJS, MongoDB, SAP HANA, Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, Polymer etc.
What's next? Who know. I'm passionate to solve life problems by developing simple to use solutions.
In my free time I love to teach on Udemy, read books, follow news of Elon Musk and dream about the future!