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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences January 26, 2012
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Starting with SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration 7.31, it is possible to develop complete integration scenarios entirely within SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. Before the introduction of new perspectives within SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, the Swing-based clients Enterprise Services Builder and Integration Builder had to be used for this purpose. Learn how to work within the Enterprise Services Repository perspective to build the basic artifacts (e.g., data types, message types, service interfaces, message mappings, and operation mappings) on which every integration scenario relies.


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by Dr. Volker Stiehl, Professor, Ingolstadt Technical University of Applied Sciences March 31, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Learn how to combine SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management (SAP NetWeaver BPM) and the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX — the new Java-only deployment option of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration) for implementing highly sophisticated integration processes. In addition, get an understanding about how integration patterns can be modeled using the business process model and notation (BPMN) standard. Discover the developments on the AEX before stepping through the implementation details on the BPM side.

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by Elke Doering, SAP AG | Peter Gutsche, SAP AG December 7, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Gain a good understanding of how you can use the new installation option of Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX) and for which business cases it is the option of choice. In addition, get an overview of how to work with this new installation option in SAP NetWeaver 7.3.

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A new feature in SAP enhancement package 1 for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1 allows you to use predefined process component interaction models as configuration templates. This helps automate integration content configuration. Find out about the basic configuration steps involved in using these process component interaction models.

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Software architects and developers involved in service-oriented architecture projects can use the Enterprise Services Repository to design integration content following a top-down approach. This approach facilitates your design work because you have an overview of the content objects that belong to your integration scenarios as well as how these objects are related to each other. Keeping your design work and the created content transparent and interlinked saves you time and effort.