SAP Process Orchestration – Enterprise Service Repository (ESR) – Part 1

Hi Guys,

After finished SAP Process Orchestration – System Landscape, now i start new articles to show how setup integration mapping (Enterprise Services Repository)

Enterprise Services Repository(ESR)

Functionalities if ESR to help use design interfaces:

  • Objects will be invoke to integration landscape.
  • Source and destination message structures.
  • Messages routing
  • Mapping logic definition

1.Launch ESB (Enterprise Services Builder)

To access ESP, go to main page of SAP PO Server(basis consultant setting up and provide to PO Consultant)

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ESR is Java application base, so before run ESR you need install JRE (Java Run-time Environment) at: Oracle JRE Page.

Depend on your computer CPU Architect, JRE 32bit or 64bit will be download and install.

Access Enterprise Service Builder

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PO server will relocate to “repository.jnlp” here your can download or open with assigned Java Web Launcher.

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In some scenarios, application doesn’t run automatically, you can assign manually by:

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ESB – Enterprise Services Builder launched

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2.Import Software Component to ESB

After launch ESB application, right click on “Local Software Component Versions” and select “New

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(2) Select “Import from SLD“, Software Component Version we defined in System Landscape in this topics

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(1) Enter ERP Server information what you want import metadata

(2) Select language

(3) Save imported object

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Imported Software Component version will displayed in Software Component Explorer Tree

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(to be continue…)

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