This book is your project-based guide to architecting Enterprise Data Interchange (EDI) with SAP IDocs. Following a large sample scenario of an order-to-cash process from blueprint to code, you’ll get an A-to-Z explanation of what an EDI system or architecture looks like. The book explains the basics of the process, shows a real-life implementation, and introduces utilities, test strategies, monitoring and troubleshooting activities. Following the sample project, you’ll learn everything you need to know about SAP EDI.
- EDI in an SAP Environment
- IDocs and the IDoc Interface, Custom IDocs and IDoc Extensions
- Custom ABAP Utilities and Tools
- Building an EDI System
- Troubleshooting and Recovery
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Emmanuel Hadzipetros is an ABAP developer and IDoc and EDI specialist who has been fascinated with data flows and systems integration throughout his 15 years of SAP project experience. As a consultant and independent contractor in four countries and three continents he served a large number of small, mid-size, and Fortune 500 clients in a variety of industries. Emmanuel prides himself on a practical approach to building and integrating systems. Throughout his career he’s worked with a wide range of tools to integrate SAP with internal and legacy systems and external trading partners including flat file FTP transfers, ALE, XI/PI, and third-party EDI integration systems. Emmanuel has been happily playing with the IDoc interface for more than 10 years and believes that it’s one of SAP’s hidden jewels.
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