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How-To Guides for Sap NetWeaver CE/MDM/Mobile/PI 7.1 - Business Process Management and Composition

Business Process Management / Service Composition / Business Rules Management

These How-to Guides, developed by SAP NetWeaver Regional Implementation Groups (RIG) worldwide, provide expert advice and tips and tricks on a broad range of topics. Access all How-to Guides by release or topic.

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Things You Should Know about SAP NetWeaver BRM

There are several aspects that need to be considered when creating rules in SAP NetWeaver BRM. This guide will cover basic scenarios to help you understand how these aspects may influence the way you define your rules.


How to Use SOA Configuration to Call RFCs and Web Services from within SAP NetWeaver BPM

This How-To Guide uses the new SOA Configuration approach to configure different providers and consumers and therefore does not make use of the traditional Destination approach. SOA Configuration first aims to simplify the configuration steps of large amounts of services, second it provides an automatic configuration and finally allow for role separation. The configuration is shown based on a BPM process that calls different Web Services (Java, ABAP, from PI, .Net) and an RFC.

How to Consume Enterprise Services From the Service Registry in Composite Application Framework (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

With all the Enterprise Services published on ES workplace, there may be a need to compose a group of these Enterprise Services. The new features of CAF 7.1 enable us to do this efficiently and this guide walks you through the process.

How to Reuse Business Objects and Override Operations of a Business Object ( SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

Often when creating application services you will find that the business objects that you need have already been created but are in a different project. With SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 it is now possible to reuse business objects that are contained in a different project into an application service as well as to override the Business Objects default methods.


How to Use Utility Classes in Composite Application Framework (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

It is quite common to make use of utility classes within java projects. In the previous version of CAF this capability was limited due to the way CAF handled custom code. With the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 this is a lot cleaner and this guide shows you how this is implemented.


How to Setup an NWDI Track for Composition Environment Development (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1)

This guide describes step-by-step how to setup an NWDI track to develop new composite applications for the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (CE) platform. The existing SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure release on NW2004s can be used to develop applications for the new Composition Environment platform as well. This guide will focuses on what you will need to set up new software components for development with CE and their dependencies, and also specifics within the track configuration.

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