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Monthly Archives: January 2011
To look through the different offerings of SAP is a simple task as all the components are well structured, carefully considered and fit together perfectly. Let’s have a short look to the SAP portfolio before we start talking about SAP Business … Continue reading
Typical Message Buses like B1iSN and B1if include a runtime and a design time which is a development environment, especially made for the needs of integration. Both the tools are supporting development entities similar to application development environments. There are … Continue reading
Interactions between systems are following the synchronous or asynchronous communication pattern. Synchronous communication is mainly covered via HTTP and handled by an Application Server, asynchronous communication is handled by a Message Hub / Message oriented Middleware (MOM). B1i is addressing both of … Continue reading
The Business One Integration framework (B1if) is optional available for SAP Business One 8.8 (under the name B1iC) and integral part of SAP Business One 8.8.1 and higher. B1if is free of charge for all customers holding an SAP B1 … Continue reading
Both the integration frameworks B1iSN and B1if are following the package concept. Integration content is provided in packages and each package consists out of one or many steps.
Growing organizations that control more than one legal business entity are sometimes faced with the challenge of how to share data between partner companies. The need for homogeneous and harmonized standardized processes that can create visibility across partner companies and … Continue reading