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Whitepaper of what Figaf IRT can do for your SAP PI/PO or CPI integrations

Over the last 6 months, our IRT application has expanded from just being an application that facilitates SAP PI/PO testing to deal with more of the full development process for SAP Integration.  We have added the following capabilities.

  • Filter your SAP PI/PO alerts so you can see new errors and document how old errors can be resolved
  • Enable you to test SAP Cloud Platform Integration(CPI)
  • That you don’t need to install anything at the PI system to use the tool
  • Enable you to track all development objects on SAP PI/PO and CPI so you can see the difference on each one
  • Create Ticket to log which objects you have changed for any specific use cases, so you can document what you have done to solve a ticket.

    Download the Figaf IRT white paper now

    • Test all the ICOs where an object is used like a message mapping

We have had some challenging trying to communicate all of the functions that we are supporting in the process and how it worked. So now I finally was able to create a document that tries to explain all the capabilities we have in an easy to read manner.

We have tried to make it as appealing to the business but also explain what we are doing to make the life easier for integration developers.

You can download it here

If you have any idea on how to improve it, please share.

Get FIGAF IRT and start using it for free here

 

 

 

IRT 2.0 Release event. Taking SAP PI/PO Testing to the next level

If I had a big marketing department this invitation would probably look like the unveiling of the new Samsung phone. But since I’m the marketing department it is just some fact. And no cool graphics. I do hope you want to join anyway.

Testing SAP PI/PO is not really fun. It takes way too much time and is challenging. That is the reason I created Figaf IRT. I got the idea for IRT two years and it is time for a new release. We are ready to IRT 2.0 Simpler, Easier and Everywhere.

One of the big challenges has been the deployment of the IRT testing application and the difference between different Java and Netweaver that gave different results. We have therefore spent 3 months planning and rewriting the application to be able to run standalone so customers will be able to run IRT if they have 7.31+.

This enables us to create different models for deployment and license options.

We have a release party on February 8 ( which coincidently also is Daniels birthday).

I will be sharing some of the new features and what it means for licensing models.

You can join by clicking the button below.

And as with all good events, there is a surprise. I’m burning to share this with you also but want to keep the suspense.