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You can use a process integration scenario from the Enterprise Services Repository (ES Repository) as a configuration template. The system uses the information saved in the process integration scenario, together with additional assignments, to calculate the relevant configuration objects. The system creates the determined configuration objects or assesses the usability of existing configuration objects and groups these in a configuration scenario.

You can configure the following types of message processing:

  • Integration Server-based communication

    In this case, suitable receiver determinations, interface determinations, and sender and receiver agreements are generated on the basis of your settings.

  • Local communication using the Advanced Adapter Engine

    In this case, a suitable integrated configuration is generated based on your settings.

  • Direct communication


You can check whether the process integration scenario that you want to use as a configuration template is configurable.

A process integration scenario is configurable when all assignments required for the generation of configuration objects have been made.


To configure a process integration scenario, perform the following steps:

1. Call the Model Configurator and Select the Process Integration Scenario

  1. In the main menu bar of the Integration Directory, choose Start of the navigation path Tools Next navigation step Use Model from ES Repository End of the navigation path.

    A wizard starts.


    If you have already created a configuration scenario for the configuration of your process, you can also call the function from the object menu list of the configuration scenario.

  2. Choose Process Integration Scenario (radio button) under Type of ES Repository Model .

  3. Under ES Repository Model Reference(s) select the process integration scenario from the ES Repository (input help).

    A list of available process integration scenarios from the ES Repository is displayed.

  4. Select the required process integration scenario and choose Apply .

  5. Choose Continue .

  6. Enter a name for the configuration scenario.


    All configuration objects generated are grouped together in this configuration scenario.

    The system proposes the name of the process integration scenario as the name. You can use this or overwrite it.

  7. Choose Finish .

  8. Choose Close .

    The system calls the model configurator. An interactive screen area displays a component view defined for the process integration scenario.

2. Select Required Message Processing Type

If you want to select local communication using the Advanced Adapter Engine, select Configuration for Advanced Adapter Engine . In this case, an integrated configuration is generated based on your specifications.

If you do not select the checkbox, suitable configuration objests are generated for Integrated Server-based communication (receiver determination, interface determination, sender agreement, and receiver agreement).


Note that you must specify for a complete Process Integration scenario if the messages are to be processed using the Integration Server or locally using the Advanced Adapter Engine. That is, the definition you make is valid for all component views of the scenario.

3. Select a Component View

Select a component view defined for the process integration scenario as the configuration template.

If only one component view is defined for the process integration scenario, this step is omitted.

You can configure multiple component views within the same configuration scenario.

For more information, see: Selecting a Component View

4. Assign Communication Components

Assign communication components to the application components of the component view. In this way, you map the participants in a process displayed in the model to actual senders and receivers of messages in your system landscape.

For more information, see: Assigning Communication Components

5. Configure Connections

Activate sender/receiver relations for the connections of the process integration scenario. The system calculates the relevant configuration objects.

For more information, see: Configuring Connections

6. Generating Configuration Objects

The system creates the new calculated configuration objects. If the system finds existing configuration objects, it assigns these to the configuration scenario. These objects can be reused. If necessary, these objects are enhanced.

You can simulate generation for test purposes.

For more information, see: Generating Configuration Objects

7. Analyze Generation Log and Edit Objects Manually

Analyze the generation log created at the end of the configuration process.

The generation log provides you with an overview of all changes made in the Integration Directory as a result of the configuration of the process integration scenario. It informs you which configuration objects have been created or reused. The generation log enables you to recognize which configuration objects require manual work.

For more information, see: Generation Log

8. Activate Configuration Objects

Activate the generated configuration objects.

The generated objects are in the change list that you defined in the generation settings .

Reload the Process Integration Scenario from the ES Repository

Each time that you call the model configurator, the process integration scenario is loaded from the ES Repository. However, this is always the version in which the object was originally included and configured. This enables you to divide up configuration work into multiple steps and means that the configuration is not affected by any changes to the process integration scenario in the ES Repository.

To reload the current version of the process integration scenario from the ES Repository, on the graphical interface of the model configurator, choose Apply New Version from ES Repository ([PICT]) at the Process Integration Scenario field. The system displays the template with all the changes that have been made up to the update. If the new version of the process integration scenario has the component view you selected with the same application components and connections as the old version, all communication component assignments are transferred where possible.


Note that configuration data may be lost when the process integration scenario is updated. If the latest version of the process integration scenario no longer contains the component view that you originally configured, then your configuration settings cannot be recovered.

Therefore, before updating, check the changes that have been made to the process integration scenario in the ES Repository.