SAP PI Dual stack problems

As a SAP mentor for seven years, I get to learn new things and ideas with my colleagues in the SAP community. Recently, I was at the IFG for PI(International Focus Groups the old GSIG) on my way to Stockholm with Holger Himmelmann and Michal Krawcyzk. I created a video regarding IFlows which is a large part of acquiring 7.31 Dual Stack does not support BPMN and modeling framework. The BPMN modeling is very important and I realized that you can install 7.31 without any issue and start using it and also you need to take time for the migration. This can mean shutting down your Pi systems and conducting testing on your server as a result this would take a lot of your time . I think before you even download it is best to have a deep knowledge about dual stack if you want to implement this into your business.

You need to consider a lot of things. Single stack is often used by business owners which has enormous support you can acquire from asking SAP developers. Before doing any PI installation, be sure to consult your PI developer or watch this video for your guide.

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GSIG for SAP PI Survey for 2012

As a member of the Global Special Interest Groups (GSIG) for SAP PI. We are now working on new SAP products that will help you on your SAP PI Landscape. We are now conducting two surveys. The first one is almost completed and the other survey is on the process of completion. The purpose of two surveys is to gather information to help us build better products for SAP PI.

General survey: http://svy.mk/LYLOmA with focus on near Zero Downtime (Closing End of June). This survey is about what the current status about SAP PI.

PI Requirements Prioritization: http://bit.ly/JpUbBc (Closing soon). This survey is about a prioritization of a large list of requirements. Hopefully you will be able to get your ideas for improvement in the release.

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Grouping interfaces into scenarios

Most of the time when I have not been involved with the blueprint phase of a project. I see that all the different interactions between each system are located in a separate document.

In this video I describe how to get rid of this problem.


 

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