SAP PO (Process Orchestration) Configuration steps

Hi Guys,

To day topic, i will show you objects you need to consider when make integration scenario.

Integration Objects and Configuration Steps

As i explained in other topics, integration design have two step.

The first step is build mapping, in SAP PO we called “Enterprise Services Builder” that’s group of tools where we can design structure, operation and mapping.


As you see picture above:
(1) Namespace: We need define your namespace of interface. What is namespace ?. Namespace is Unique Resource Identifier.
(2) Data Type: Data Type is physical  input or output structure for source or destination system.
(3) Message Type: Message Type is abstract structure present to structure.
(4) Service Interface: Where you can define behavior of data message (Send or receive, Synchronous or Asynchronous message)
(5) Message Mapping: Where you can transform message from structure to structure or enhance logic during mapping messages.
(6) Operation Mapping: Where you can define source and destination operation.

The second step for integration scenarios is “Integration Builder” where we can identify:

  • What is source system
  • What is destination system
  • Which business component invoked
  • Which business component invoked
  • What interface will be used
  • What protocol used for in-coming message
  • What protocol used for out-coming message
Integration Builder (IB)

(1) Integration Configuration
(2) Inbound processing: Where you can define in-coming message with detail protocol and connection.
(3) Receiver: Where you decide which business component will be consumed message.
(4) Receiver Interfaces: Where you identify certain integration mapping object.
(5) Outbound Processing: Where you can define out-coming message with detail protocol and connection.

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