SAP RFC Integration through BizTalk

It has been a long while since I published some technical write-ups into my blog. Today, I will try to elaborate on Integration mechanism with SAP though BizTalk middleware. As you are aware, SAP is a self-contained and modular system. So, communicating with SAP is a complex process. You have to have basic understanding of SAP Modules and Data Query/Retrieval process. But, communicating to SAP through RFC function calls has made it even easier. You can communicate with SAP RFCs in three different ways:1.Access SAP RFCs using WCF-SAP Adapter and SAP system credentials2.Access SAF RFCs through exposed RFCs as ABAP web services3.Access SAF RFCs through SAP Process Orchestrator, which is basically the SAP integration middlewareToday, I will concentrate on No. 2, which is to communicate with SAP through RFC Web Services via ABAP web services. To do that, you need to expose SAP RFCs as consumable web services. Please follow THIS to expose RFCs as ABAP web services and follow THIS

Cloud Computing Technology Assessment

Table Of Contents Introduction Definition of Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Service Models Cloud Computing Deployment Models Why Cloud Computing? Benefits and Drawbacks of Cloud Computing Survey Results on Cloud Computing Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Azure Cloud Model PrefaceBy the word "Cloud" in technology term, we mean an online service through which we can get access to the contents as well as functionality any time and from anywhere. It is a real shift in computing mindset. The main shift is to move from "Software as a Product" concept to "Software as a Service" concept. Cloud computing is gaining popularity for its ease of access and worry free maintenance. But, there are lots of concerns about the Legal aspects of putting sensitive and confidential information into the grip of third party cloud service providers or online hackers. Industries are also thinking of TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), the Speed and Availability of online service applications et…