Enterprise Integration Patterns for SAP NetWeaver PI by René de Daniel, Hermann Steinrötter

By René de Daniel, Hermann Steinrötter

Firm Integration styles (EIP) are layout styles that let the mixing of firm functions. This sensible workshop offers SAP NetWeaver XI builders with an important styles, from Aggregator, to content material clear out and assured supply, to Request – answer and Splitter. The booklet describes the functionality and constitution of person EIPs, applies them to precise real-life difficulties, and eventually implements them in Java for SAP NetWeaver XI. it is usually obtain choices for the person patterns.

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- advent to company Integration Patterns
- Modeling Concept
- The 12 most crucial styles: Aggregator, Canonical facts version, content material Enricher, content material clear out, content material established Router, Dynamic Router, assured supply, Message Expiration, Message Translator, Messaging Bridge, Request – answer, Splitter
- comprises obtain choices for the person styles

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This can be regarded as an abstract software component because no specific services or applications can be assigned to it. Instead, this component (called a COMMON component) is used as a central storage location for integration-logic objects. Therefore, a leading application-specific software component is no longer required. 2 shows the distribution of development objects among the relevant Software Components (SCs). indb 43 10/2/08 8:55:34 AM 4 Modeling Concept Sender Product * COMMON Product Receiver Product* (Non-)SAP SC COMMON SC (Non-)SAP SC NameSpaces Actions Service Interfaces Message Types Data Types Context Objects Imported IDocs/RFCs Comm.

16 Generating the Configuration Objects 10. Finally, click on APPLY to accept the changes and exit the Model Configurator. indb 63 10/2/08 8:55:42 AM 4 Modeling Concept The objects you generated are now shown within the objects of the Configuration Scenario. Before these can be activated, the Communication Channels must be fully maintained. The Configuration Time section in the descriptions of the individual patterns in Chapter 5, Enterprise Integration Patterns, provides detailed information about how to do this.

9. After you have completed the assignment of components and configuration of the connections, click on the red-and-white button at the bottom of the Model Configurator. A new dialog box opens in which you can generate the required configuration objects. Under General, select Generation. Do not change the other parameters. 16). The configuration objects are then generated. A progress bar indicates how many objects have already been generated. Detailed information is provided in a log. Select File • Exit to discard the log or File • Save as … to save the log.

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