"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 (147 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.
Develop and run SAP CPI faster
If you already know SAP CPI and want to speedup the development then, we have created a course that teaches you how the Figaf Integration tool can help you improve the overall developer experience.
- How you can manage and document your SAP CPI transports and change management
- How you can make testing of CPI easy
- How you can develop groovy scripts a lot faster with the Figaf IRT tool
This course is also when you buy the full CPI course
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
Module 4: Advanced
12 Data store
13 Error handling
15 CPI on PO
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Most SAP Integration Suite / CPI is enabling SSO to make it easier to create and manage users. It makes it a lot easier to log in and work on your iflows.
If you have sent up the connections it also means you cannot use S-Users to login to the systems anymore. But that is not really true. You still have options to login with your s-users. It depends on the system you are using.
The S-user you are using should have roles on the CPI system you are trying to connect to for those tricks to work.…
I normally create a blog on some of the most interesting sessions for SAP Teched. And since it is free and online this year there is probably not a way around it.
My agenda is the following. Many of the sessions run multiply times.
I'm also hosting a session about how to develop SAP CPI easier with our Gradle plugins.
You can signup here
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|Keynote: How SAP Business Technology Platform Empowers Developers||EKT100||08-12-2020||1…|
If you want to be good a developing Groovy scripts you need to move out of the SAP CPI “Editor”. It will not enable you to run code the correct way. That is why you need an IDE for making sure you have all the correct tools available.
Normal developers would be using a Git repository to handle all the requests they have. It enables them to have access to all the required objects needed for any development effort.
We wanted to make it as simple as possible to use our Git repository. One t…