Boost your SAP CPI development
Develop and run SAP CPI integrations a lot faster
Create SAP CPI Integration faster
Free course that teaches you how you can get more integration done faster. The course covers
- Documenting changes of iFlow
- Version control of flows
- Configuration across the landscape
- Testing of Iflow
- Creation of test cases
- Development In Git
- Unit test for Groovy scripts
- Run Groovy scripts in real IDE
- Develop scripts faster
- Sharing of objects between scripts
Get the course now for free.
The duration of the course is about 80 minutes, and will teach you all you need to know to get started using the application.
You will also get trial access to Figaf IRT where you can test everything out for 30 days.
Daniel Graversen will be your trainer and take you thru the process of learning of to create better SAP CPI integration faster.
Daniel have been working with SAP Integration for 15+ years. With the experience he has been leading the development of the Figaf tool to make it easier to develop and manage integration.
Daniel has also been creating a number of course on SAP PI and SAP CPI.
What is covered in the course
1. Change management
In this module, we cover how to make it possible to define the system landscapes. How easy the Figaf tool allow you to make transport, document the changes made to an Iflow and configure it in the target system.
In this module, we cover how you can create test cases with the Figaf Tool. There are a number of different options for creating and running test cases. The course will show how easy it is to setup test cases with the tool and then to run the test. It will also show how you can run test even if you can not call the real endpoints.
In this section of the course, you will learn how the Figaf tool can speed up all your coding. If you want to do any serious development with Groovy or XSLT you need a better editor. In the course, you will see how it possible to take all your CPI content and place it in a Git repository. That way you will be able to develop to run Gradle plugins to speed up the development. You will see all you need to know to be able to run the plugins and run unit test for the groovy scripts.