What are some typical examples of adapters?
On-premise systems, for example, SAP systems based on SAP NetWeaver
Cloud applications, for example, SAP SuccessFactors
Other systems such as e-mail servers or SOAP clients
What does Operation Mapping do?
It is used to relate an outbound service interface operation with an inbound service interface operation.
Describe value mapping
A value mapping artifact is used to represent multiple values for a single object in different contexts. Value mapping groups can be created or uploaded as a value mapping artifact in an integration package.
Describe the Splitter
This process step helps to break composite messages into individual messages based on certain criteria. The general splitter breaks down XML and non-XML files, can use grouping and parallel processing while keeping the enveloping elements. An iterating splitter is similar but removes the enveloping elements
Merges the content of the individual multicast/splitter messages. Identical headers and properties are overridden and all branches are merged (including abandoned ones).
What are the advantages of local integration?
limit complexity of an integration process
Which calls can be used to call a local integration process from the iflow?
simple process call
looping process call
Describe Cloud Integration
Cloud Integration as a part of SAP Integration Suite supports end-to-end process integration across cloud-based and on-premise applications based on the exchange of messages. It provides capabilities to process messages in integration scenarios spanning different companies, organizations, or departments within an organization.
What can you do with the API Business Hub?
It lets you explore, discover, and consume appropriate APIs as well as pre-packaged integrations, business services, and sample apps within a central catalogue.
What do I need to perform an API call in an integration process?
API Key must be submitted via the message header