Service Oriented Architecture has undergone some interesting changes over time. It all began with CORBA, or remote procedure calls, and mainframes. Then came SAP, where you could call RFC remotely and build applications. Later there was a trend toward object-oriented architecture and building applications based on classes. Where the focus was on objects and what […]
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Some time ago I created a webinar about SAP PI to PO migrations. I wanted to use the content and share it because it is quite useful for everybody working on a migration. I can see that it is some of the questions that I got on my latest webinar was also about the process. […]
I want to share an observation that I’ve had while working with some of my customers. Whenever a business gets a new type of product, it often involves integrating a different component into their IT system. In the SAP integration world, there are a lot of new tools that you may want to add, which […]
Get the ability to track what has been made of changes in your SAP PI/PO system. So you know why a flag has been changed on a communication channel or iflow
Migration from a dual stack SAP PI to a single stack SAP PI/PO system is a big task. Many organization is at the moment is in the process of migrating It is away to stay agile and be able to use the newest releases and solve the issues the business requires. There is also some […]