Sender Agreement In Sap Pi 7.5

This opens the editor of the receiving agreement, in which you must manage at least one recipient channel. The receiving agreement is stored below the trading system. I would just like to ask what is the main purpose of the shipping agreement in SAP PI 7.5? Note: You cannot use substitutes for the sender and recipient in the same integration stream, so it is either one or the other. In general, the new feature applies to scenarios in which you have to apply the same routing rules for multiple senders. For example, this may be appropriate in B2B scenarios where you need to manage multiple partners, or if you connect multiple customers of your SAP ERP system via the same interface. In any case, the benefits would be as follows: As you can see in the illustration below, you can no longer maintain a channel in the incoming ICO processing for ICOs with sender wildcards. Here, as with integration streams, you need to create a sending agreement for each sender. Unlike Integration Flows, you can`t create a shipping agreement on transfer navigation in Builder integration, here you have to redefine sender agreements from scratch. In addition, the list of possible shipping agreements is not displayed. As you can see in the image below, the corresponding link to the channel monitor is displayed for each transmitter.

In addition, for SOAP channels, WSDL URLs and SOAP shutouts are displayed. What is new is that we also display rest breakpoints. The shipping agreement links the outgoing interface to the transmitter channel in the classic scenario, like the “Incoming Processing” tab of the integrated configuration object. You have two options to establish a new receiving agreement, either from the base or within the integration flow. For these, select the receiver pool in the integration stream editor. Switch in properties to the receivers. This shows you all possible benefit agreements regarding the integration flow. Select the Add button here. I think your switch from single to double stack so sees the shipping agreement. When you select the Finish button, the sender`s editor will appear. Manage the transmitter channel and, if necessary, other attributes, then save them. Note that the sending object is displayed under the node of the communication component in the navigation structure.

Once you`re done, you need to update the list of possible receiving agreements in the integration stream to see the new receiving agreement. You can create a new receiving agreement from scratch by selecting the business system and then the new reception agreement in the contextual menu. This also opens the receiver`s editor of the receiver agreement, in which you must at least maintain the transmitter system, the receiving interface and the receiver channel. There appears a new dialog box in which the transmitter system and the receiving interface are predefined. Manage a new receiver part and a new system by clicking Browse. Are execution properties still supported for sender job holders? And how are sender wildcards related to the shipping agreement. ? only ask with curiosity, 🙂 In addition to supporting sender wildcards in SAP Orchestration Process that we previously delivered, check out the blog, we now support receptive wildcards in built-in configuration objects and integration streams. This feature was introduced with SAP Process Orchestration 7.5 Support Package Stack 06. This feature was actually a feature requirement of the customer connection project last year, see the corresponding requirement Flow Integration: Visualization for a large number of recipients on the customer influence space. Once the new shipping agreement is registered, it will be displayed in possible shipping agreements for this Wildcard integration table.

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