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Integrating I2-MDM with PI7.0 using Webservice
By Bala Kalyan Chakravarthy Podili, Fujitsu Consulting
integrate the I2-MDM with PI7.0, we can use the same procedure for integrating
This document doesn’t cover how to generate a WSDL
from I2-MDM and also SLD part of PI.
When I got a requirement to integrate MDM with PI…I
thought we can integrate with File but fortunately I have chosen the other
method by using web service…
When you send the master data with file to MDM via PI,
will push the data in files to a folder in MDM and that data has to again upload
in to respective MDM tables this takes time…To avoid consuming more time there
is an other procedure of using web service…
Webservice Can be created using MDM Tables depending
upon actions like Creation, Modify and Block…Lets say I want to push the
Customer Master Data from SAP when customer gets created, changed and
Blocked…When either of the actions performed by user ,IDoc gets generated and
hit PI and PI sends IDoc data to web service of MDM, Web service will directly push
in to respective MDM tables…
Lets see the steps involved in PI and MDM….
Import the iDoc DEBMAS in IR and also import MDM WSDL as
Below screen shows different messages occurred in the
MDM WSDL. Here i focused on createCustomer
Check the service tag in the MDM WSDL, Depending upon the soap address
location we can point our PI to I2-MDM.
Note: SOAP address location will be mentioned later in receiver SOAP
communication channel of ID.
Create Message mappings directly, if yours is an asynchronous scenario
Create Message interface’s for BPM, if it is a synchronous scenario
Create interface mapping after creating message mapping…
Save IR objects and Activate…
Now Login to ID and create a Business Service for MDM and Communication
channel for MDM
No sender Agreements required,
Create a receiver Agreement,
Create Receiver Determination
Save and activate all ID objects.
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