"The CPI course is developed in the beginning of 2019 and consists of all my newest insights on the area. I do hope it will help you to accelerate the way you work with CPI, and that you will be able to optimize your workflow.
- Daniel Graversen
Want to try the first three lessons for free?
The content of the full course is 15 video lessons and some bonus material. But if you want to see if the course is something for you, you can get a free access to the first three lessons:
Why take the SAP CPI Course?
Learning SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI aka HCI) can be a pretty difficult. In my course I will guide you through all the challenges, you will face. When buying the full course (97 EUR), you also get the following bonuses:
- Creating a real Integration to query SuccessFactors for new employees. This gives an excellent overview of how to create bigger integrations. Value 199 EUR.
- My Swipe file of Groovy Scripts. This will help you find a groovy script that solves your need really fast. Value 199 EUR.
Full content of the SAP CPI Course
Module 1: Getting started
2 First iFlow
3 Basic Operation
Module 2: Building
4 Content modifiers
5 Calling services
7 Content and Scripting
Module 3: Communication
10 Processing Direct
11 Cloud Connector
Connection to your standard system
Module 4: Advanced
12 Data store
13 Error handling
15 CPI on PO
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When you are working with SAP CPI it is often a good idea to understand what kind of HTTP request is being sent and what you are getting back.
I have used some different mocking/logging services over my time. I used requestbin.fullcontact.com/ but it has not been so stable. The last service I got to try was https://www.mockable.io
The cool thing about mockable is that it enables users to set up sample responses to requests. So if your CPI flow requires a specific response...
Since the SAP CPI system was the first release as HCI, it was pretty difficult to get access to try out what the tool could do. You could only get it if your where an SAP Partner for a fee or customer and had purchased access.
It has been one of the biggest requests on my SAP CPI course to get a test system. A few weeks back it was possible to get access to CPI and Integration Content Advisor as a part of the Open SAP Course on CPI. I did find that it was a shared tenant, that...
Eng Swee posted a post about why you should be using Groovy for your mappings in SAP CPI. I agree Groovy has some really good options in regards to handling some mappings and parsing XML/JSON and create documents from it. XSLT has some really good sides also and if it is not a part of your tool pack then you will not make the ideal mappings.
He writes about message mapping that is is pretty difficult to grasp and not a lot of people fully understanding it. I agree I have seen many...