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Michał Kowalczewski Int4 IFTT Product Manager, SAP Press Author
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Michal’s Tips: AIF – alert recipient based on error message class and message ID

When integration related error handling needs to be solved quickly we need to make sure correct users are getting notified. When AIF is correctly implemented (with a clear guidelines on what kind of integration patterns should be done in SAP PO and what needs to be done in SAP AIF) we already have the first level of speeding up the error handling as technical users don’t receive any alerts from SAP AIF since they go directly to the business users. Sometimes however it’s not enough to send all SAP AIF alerts even from a single interface to a single specific person or group as a single IDOC can have many times of errors like master data, SD customizing, MM customizing, FI related. With SP04 for SAP AIF SAP has came up to the rescue in such cases. We can now create AIF alerts for different support groups and assign only specific error messages to each of them.

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Michał Kowalczewski Int4 IFTT Product Manager, SAP Press Author
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Michal’s Tips: AIF mappings explained ” #1 ” Multiple qualifiers

In this mapping series I will try to explain how to do different types of structure mappings in AIF. AIF’s mapping engine works in a different way as SAP PO, Service/SOA Mapping Tool (SMT) and Business Connector so it would be good to understand how to use it properly in your new integration projects. In case you’d know a different way (easier/better, etc.) to solve the same requirement as shown in the article please post a comment so we will have a single source where all AIF mapping best practice is shown.

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