Everybody wants better ways to manage their SAP Cloud Integration. It is, by all means, possible to create a perfect flow of transport for your SAP Integration. It often requires some processing of some pipelines in Azure DevOps, Github Actions, or SAPs Project Piper.
SAP Cloud Integration has some challenges when it comes to creating a good git-flow. You have two places where you will be changing the code.
WebUI where you will be developing the model, message mappings, and testing the UI code
Git repository where you will be editing Groovy scripts, XSLTs, and other XSDs
The development is done on a central development system non on local platforms for each developer like you often see for Java or Web developers.
It is possible to set up a good process to manage everything, but it will require work to set it up.
Figaf No code DevOps
At Figaf we build a tool to automate SAP Integration processes so you don’t need to spend time on coding. It is designed so developers can focus on development not on setting up different processes.
You can see how easy it is to handle transport where you can
- Run tests of the Integration
- Registered what is changed
- Configure the iFlow in the landscape
- Approval of the transport in all contexts
- Documentation of the process for auditing
- You can see a short demonstration of transport here. We also cover a little about the configuration of the transport.
How to get started
It is pretty easy to set up the tool.
- Register for the tool here
- Download or install the tool in SAP Cloud Foundry
- Connect to the Cloud Integration systems
- Define the landscape
- Start the transport
In most cases, this can be set up in 30 minutes. There is no coding.
There is a lot more to the platform and you can go more into testing or the monitoring aspects of it.