SAP Java Process Integration (BIT500v15)



In this course, you will learn how to understand and configure SAP Process Integration architecture. This class is for you if your system is a JAVA-only based system meaning SAP Process Integration JAVA or SAP Process Orchestration. If your system is a dual-stack or dual usage of SAP Process Integration, please look at BIT400v15 instead.

Course based on software release

  • SAP Process Orchestration 7.50


  • Business Process Architect
  • Developer
  • Developer Consultant
  • System Administrator
  • System Architect
  • Technology Consultant



  • BIT100, SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology Overview


  • SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS
  • Basic knowledge of Integration Technologies
  • Basic Understanding of XML

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the use of SAP Process Integration and the path to SAP Process Orchestration (AEX, BPM and BRM)
  • Explain SAP Process Integration architecture
  • Configure JAVA scenarios
  • Understand and configure the different options with which a back- end system can be connected to the SAP Process Integration (formerly known as SAP Exchange Infrastructure) using JAVA.

1. SAP Process Integration Architecture

  • Describing SAP Process Integration Architecture
  • Explaining the Functionality and Utilization of SAP Process Integration

2. The System Landscape Directory (SLD)

  • Maintaining Products and Software Components in the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
  • Implementing Technical Systems in the System Landscape Directory
  • Maintaining Business Systems for Use in the Integration Directory

3. Interface Objects in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)

  • Listing Options for Navigating the Enterprise Services Repository (ESR)
  • Analyzing Interface Objects in the Enterprise Services Repository (ESR)
  • Maintaining Interface Objects
  • Defining Message Processing Types and Quality of Services

4. Object Mapping in the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR)

  • Creating Message Mapping Objects
  • Mapping Between Service Interfaces
  • Analyzing Asynchronous Integration Scenarios

5. Configuration of Integration Directory Communication Objects

  • Using Configuration Views
  • Creating Communication Channels in the Integration Directory (ID) Integration Engine (IE) Communication
  • Analyzing Routing Objects Used in Integration Engine (IE) Communication
  • Analyzing Multiple Receiver Objects Used in Integration Engine (IE) Communication

6. Configuration of Integration Directory Objects for Java Processing

  • Maintaining Objects for Advanced Adapter Engine (AAE)-Only Processing
  • Maintaining Objects for Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX) Message Processing
  • Creating and Deploying Integration Flows to the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX)

7. Operations of SAP Process Integration

  • Using the Process Integration Monitoring (PIMon) Home
  • Using the SAP NetWeaver Administrator

8. Connectivity Options for SAP Process Integration

  • Analyzing Connectivity Options Between Back-End Systems with SAP Process Integration

9. HTTP Connectivity Options

  • Configuring the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Adapter
  • Using Proxy Technology
  • Checking the HTTP ABAP Adapter
  • Using the HTTP_AAE (Java) Adapter

10. File Adapter Configuration

  • Configuring a complete Scenario

11. Intermediate Document (IDoc) Connectivity Options

  • Using the Intermediate Document (IDoc) Adapter with the Receiver Adapter Engine (AAE)
  • Configuring a Complete Intermediate Document (IDoc) Scenario

12. Configuration of SAP Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPIs) Connectivity

  • Configuring the Receiver Remote Function Call (RFC) Adapter
  • Configuring the Sender Remote Function Call (RFC) Scenario

13. Enterprise Services and B2B Connectivity

  • Analyzing Enterprise Services
  • Configuring Business-to-Business (B2B) Connectivity