Once you are developing SAP CPI integration. One of the things you often want to fetch is tomorrow's date or time 1hour ago.
Sure integration developers often know the time. It is not like they're are more confused than other people.
One of the options SAP CPI is giving is the Camel Expressions where you have a limited set of commands you can use. In an SAP CPI context, one of the best overviews is the following on Camel Simple Expression in SAP CPI.
In SAP CPI one of the ways you can send payloads to the CPI system is by using a Service Key. The Figaf Tools also leverage this to send test messages. You can also test the service key once you are sending the data normally.
You can no longer use your own user for it.
Open your Subaccount that hosts the CPI or Integration suite. Open the Space or create a space in it. Go to Service Market Place in that Space and Find Process Integration Runtime.
Select Create Instance
Today I got my SAP CPI certification. I scored 72% on the test so barely passing. I have not tried to study for the certification. So I’m pretty stratified with it.
I guess it was about time I got it. I have not had an SAP Certification since 2004 that expired years ago.
One of the reasons I wanted to take The certification was to what's to be able to update my course I could help my students take the certifications.
I do have a number of challenges with the certification
- It asks...
Yesterday we ran into a problem.
One of our teammates got to delete the wrong package. You just get a small confirmation that the item should be deleted. I posted the problem on Linkedin and there was a lot op other people that experience the same.
Updated: 2020-09-03: We now have a much better solution for handling this in the Figaf DevOps Tool. You now have a restore button on the deleted objects tab. You can see how this restore of Iflows and Packages works here.
Managing your SAP CPI Groovy scripts and getting a good way to develop in them is not a trivial task. In this post, I'm looking at how you can use the Figaf tool to manage the process.
This post is a cross post from Figaf.com.
During my last webinar, I showed how it was possible to take your SAP CPI content and place it in Git repository. From this Git repository, we could create test cases and enable you to debug the scripts. I promised to show how you could get...
In this video, you will see how you can create a SOAP endpoint on your SAP CPI system. It is pretty simple to get started with.
Find or edit a WSDL that you want to expose with the system.
I'm using api.sap.com to find the S/4 HANA SOAP endpoints, and you need to take create about which direction you take for the integration.
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In this post, you can see how it is possible to implement FizzBuzz in SAP CPI. It is by no way useful, the idea is to learn something about the SAP CPI.
The idea is to count from 1 to 100. If the number is dividable by 3 then write Fizz, If dividable by 5 then write Buzz, and if dividable by both 3 and 5 then write FizzBuzz, otherwise write the name.
You can find tons of explanations in different languages. I wanted to see how SAP CPI works for this purpose.
If you were to create...
In this demostration, I'll show how you can get to create your first SAP CPI flow.
First you need to get a CPI tenant. In this case, I have used the free trial tenant from SAP but you can also use a normal tenant. See how to get yours in the blog https://www.cpicourse.com/blog/26961-get-your-own-sap-cpi-tenant.
It can take some days to get your instance running. And deploy the first iflow. In my video I had to abandon one deployment because it took 30 minutes to deploy. So I...
In the last few months some new tools have been created that makes it easier to deliver your SAP CPI projects. You can see videos of it here or read the description below.
ConVista CPI helper is a tool, developed by Dominic Beckbauer, that allows you to have much easier access to the functions that you readily need. It is a Chrome Plugin that you can add to your browser from the Chrome Store. The development has been pretty rapid over the last few...
I had created a video some time ago on the topic of converting XML to PDF, it pop-ups as a video that gets a lot of views. But I'm not really sharing any code and just talking about using Apache FOP for the project.
I wanted to check out how it was to develop with the Figaf IRT Git addon to make it possible to run all your Groovy development and see how it helped. It did help quite a bit in the process.
If you want to get an explanation of the process and content then...