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  • PRINT FROM SAP HELP PORTALDocument:SAP NetWeaver Process IntegrationFile name:saphelp_nw73ehp1_en_ac_5eac92a34e45a2831ee59e9bce0f8d_frameset.pdfURL:http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw73ehp1/helpdata/en/ac/5eac92a34e45a2831ee59e9bce0f8d/frameset.htmDate created:March 05, 2013

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  • SAP NetWeaver Process Integration This documentation provides an entry point to the main procedures and key concepts that are relevant for those who work with SAP NetWeaver ProcessIntegration (SAP NetWeaver PI). It is targeted at development and integration experts who need to develop and configure integration scenarios. However, it alsoprovides an entry point to the documentation for administrators who want to operate and monitor integration scenarios.The documentation provides an overview of the tasks and tools that come into play in integration projects.

    The documentation is targeted at both beginners wanting to get involved in the topic, and experts already involved in real-life integration projects and who needall of the key information in one place to help them keep their orientation and not lose the central theme.We recommend that beginners first read section Getting Started .

    Structure of this DocumentationYou can install SAP NetWeaver PI in different ways:

    Dual-stack installation: Based on both AS ABAP and AS Java.Advanced Adapter Engine Extended (AEX): Based on AS Java only.

    More information: Installation OptionsThe concepts and procedures depend on the chosen installation option. Therefore, the structure of this documentation is geared to the installation options.This documentation contains the following main sections:

    Section Content Relevant forInstallationOption

    Concepts Provides information on the concepts and capabilities of SAP NetWeaver PI.Sub section Basics is suitable for beginners to get a quick understanding of the basic capabilities andconcepts.Sub section Advanced Concepts provides information on sophisticated concepts.

    Dual-Stackand AEX

    Development andConfiguration Tasks (Dual-Stack)

    Explains end-to-end how to set up integration scenarios. Provides an overview of the basic procedures andlinks to detailed task descriptions.Sub section Advanced Development Tasks (Dual-Stack) provides procedures and concepts aboutadvanced integration topics like mapping, routing, business-to-business integration, and cross-componentBusiness Process Management, for example.

    Dual-Stack

    Development andConfiguration Tasks (AEX)

    Explains end-to-end how to set up integration scenarios. Provides an overview of the basic procedures andlinks to detailed task descriptions.Sub section Advanced Development Tasks (AEX) provides procedures and concepts about advancedintegration topics like mapping, routing and business-to-business integration, for example.

    AEX

    Special Development andConfiguration Tasks (Dual-Stack and AEX)

    Contains special procedure descriptions valid for both installation options. Dual-Stackand AEX

    Administrative Tasks Provides information for administrators who need to operate an SAP NetWeaver PI landscape and to monitorintegration scenarios at runtime.

    Dual-Stackand AEX

    If you want to get involved into the topic and set up your first running scenario, choose one of the available demo scenarios.More information: Examples

    Related DocumentationThese are related information sources:

    As a prerequisite to work with SAP NetWeaver PI, you need to install and configure the software.To find the relevant installation guide, go to SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.com/instguidesnw .To find more information on the technical configuration, see Configuring Process Integration (PI) After Installation.The SAP NetWeaver PI security guide explains the security features of SAP NetWeaver PI and recommends how to apply these features to protect data and tomaximize the confidentiality of data that passes through a PI landscape.More information: SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide

    Getting Started This section gives guidance to beginners on how to get started with SAP NetWeaver PI.

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  • This section gives guidance to beginners on how to get started with SAP NetWeaver PI.For those who are new to the topic, we recommend that you start your journey in the following way:

    What You Would Like to Do Recommended SectionGet an overview of SAP NetWeaverPI and understand the basicconcepts.

    BasicsIt will not take you longer than two hours to read through this section.

    Understand the typical sequence ofsteps that an integration expert has towalk through.

    Depending on the chosen installation option and use case, choose one of the following sections:Setting up Scenarios Using Dual-Stack Message Processing (for dual-stack installation option)Setting Up Scenarios Using Local AAE-Based Message Processing (for dual-stack installation option)Using Advanced Adapter Engine Extended Stand-Alone (for Advanced Adapter Engine Extended)Connecting Advanced Adapter Engine Extended to an Integration Server (for Advanced Adapter EngineExtended)

    These sections walk you through the overall end-to-end procedure and contain links to detailed documentation related toeach step of the procedure. These sections are therefore also useful to an expert during an integration project to keepan overview of the whole situation

    Understand how to operate andmonitor integration scenarios.

    Administrative Tasks

    Find out how to access the tools. Tool AccessSet up and run your first simplescenarios based on PI.

    Examples

    Concepts This part of the documentation introduces the concepts and capabilities of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI).

    This section is relevant for both, the dual-Stack and the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended installation option.

    BasicsProvides the basics in one place.Is suitable for beginners to get a quick understanding of the basic capabilities and concepts.Advanced ConceptsCovers advanced concepts like, for example, mapping and content-based routing.

    Basics This part of the documentation introduces the concepts and capabilities of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI).

    This section is relevant for both, the dual-Stack and the Advanced Adapter Engine Extended installation option.

    IntroductionKey CapabilitiesInstallation OptionsDescribes the available installation options of SAP NetWeaver PI as well as the connectivity options that they support (for example, the supported adapters).Phases of an Integration ProjectDescribes the phases design time, configuration time, and runtime . These phases constitute the main framework along which all concepts and procedures areoriented.Process Integration LandscapesDescribes the different o