SAP CPI blogs

Sharing knowledge is something we love! Int4 Blog is a place where you can find the latest news, technical guides, practical tips, trends and innovative solutions in the area of SAP Integration and SAP Automation. Explore the educational content in the series of blog posts by SAP Press authors, SAP Mentors and the best SAP Integration Experts in the world.

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Michał Krawczyk SAP Mentor, SAP Press Author
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Automated testing of SAP Neo to SAP Cloud Foundry migrations

Two days ago, on the Int4 Blog I shared the article with the video with the lecture that I gave together with Eng Swee Yeoh at the PIMON –  Russian SAP User Group for SAP Integration. The topic of our first presentation was “SAP PO to SAP CPI migration – lessons learned”. Today, I would like to present to you the next video, with the second topic explained by us during our session at the PIMON: “Automated testing of SAP Neo to SAP Cloud Foundry migrations”. You’ll find it below. Enjoy your watching and learning!

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Michał Krawczyk SAP Mentor, SAP Press Author
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SAP PO to SAP CPI migration lessons learned – video

Last week, SAP Mentors and SAP PRESS authors from the Int4 Team – Michał Krawczyk and Eng Swee Yeoh gave their very first lecture at the PIMON – Russian SAP User Group for SAP Integration. The topic of their presentation was SAP PO to SAP CPI migration – lessons learned. Michał and Eng Swee shared their experiences and conclusions after the first project of this kind at Int4.

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Wiktor Bogdanowicz Head of Marketing
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Developing Groovy Scripts for SAP CPI – How to register?

Join our webinar and learn how to use Groovy Scripts for testing and integration!

Join a free webinar hosted by Vadim Klimov and Eng Swee Yeoh on SAP CPI Groovy Scripts and learn:

  • Why use Groovy in SAP CPI?
  • How to start working on Groovy developments in CPI?
  • Get some tips and tricks to use for Groovy development
  • See a sample Groovy development in action

Date: September, 10th

Time: 9 AM (UTC+2) + 3 PM (UTC+2)

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