This article will help you understand the basics of ALE and IDocs via a simple do-it-yourself example. We will create a custom IDoc in one SAP system and then post some business data through it to another SAP system. Business data will be picked up from custom data dictionary tables.
This is a collection of articles, how-to guides, tips and tutorials for SAP Professionals. Content is mainly useful for developers and technical consultants in SAP NetWeaver, SAP PI, SAP ABAP space.
In the first two parts of this series, I explained how to create a simple Web Service in XI (Part I) and then consume it using Web Dynpro (Part II). In this section, I will focus on how to design the user interface for the Web Application we created in Part II and provide some additional tips. I shall describe some of the steps from Part II in detail. The article is intended to help XI developers in designing Web Dynpro UI elements.
Part I of this article, explains how to create a brokered web service in XI 3.0. In this part, I will describe how to consume this web service in a Web Dynpro Application.
Using a simple scenario, this article explains how to create a brokered web service in SAP XI 3.0. In Part II, I will describe how to consume this web service in a Web Dynpro Application.
Sometimes the link between SAP XI and the target system (say ERP) goes down and messages fail on the outbound side. It may not be possible to restart them from using RWB or the transactions like SXI_MONITOR/SXMB_MONI. This article explains how to deal with such messages.
Context handling is an important technique to map complex scenarios in XI. This article introduces the basics of context handling using a simple example.