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HI experts,

i am new to XI.

I want some information on Technical System and Business System.

what is the difference between various types of TS.

and some information regarding Adapters.

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    Posted on Apr 03, 2007 at 05:01 AM

    The landscape directory provides an exact picture of the elements installed in the system landscape as well as the connections between the systems. These elements are built on top of the products and components defined in the Component Repository of the SLD. The primary building blocks are Technical Systems (can normally be thought of as a physical system, such as a SAP server) and Business Systems (derived from the related technical system, such as a specific SAP client used for a particular business purpose). The combination of these two provides the landscape to which XI will have connectivity with.

    <b>Technical Systems</b> in XI are the conceptual representation of a physical system, such as a physical SAP server with a number of Software Components instal

    <b>Business Systems</b> in XI are the conceptual representation of a logical system, such as a specific client on a SAP server or a 3rd Party payroll application. Business Systems in the Integration Builder become the partners that exchange message information.

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  • Posted on Apr 03, 2007 at 05:05 AM

    Hi Rohit,

    >>><i>I want some information on Technical System and Business System.</i>

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/xi/workingwithSystemLandscapeDirectory+%28SLD%29&">Working with SLD</a>

    Refer the above link and u will get know abt TS and BS.

    >>><i>some information regarding Adapters.</i>

    Adapter Engine / Messaging System: Note 816022

    Adapter Framework Deployment: Note 830039

    Adapter Framework Message Status: Note 813993

    BC Adapter: Note 774854

    File Adapter: Note 821267

    JDBC Adapter: Note 831162

    JMS Adapter: Note 856346

    Mail Adapter: Note 856599

    Mail Adapter XML Schema: Note 748024

    RFC Adapter: Note 730870

    SOAP Adapter: Note 856597

    ISpeak (RNIF 2.0, CIDX and RNIF 1.1) Adapters: Note 870270

    Adapter / Communication Channel Monitoring: Note 1000528

    Cheers,

    Prasanthi.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:19 AM

    Hi rohit

    If you are new SAP XI , then its better to read TIBIT. Below are the links of TIBIT

    which are very helpful in understanding the End-to-end process of XI. And you can even do some exercies here which are very helpful.

    And of course u have documentation abt adapters

    TBIT40:

    https://websmp109.sap-ag.de/~form/ehandler?_APP=00200682500000001337&_EVENT=DISPLAY&COURSE=TBIT40

    TBIT41:

    https://websmp201.sap-ag.de/~form/ehandler?_APP=00200682500000001337&_EVENT=DISPLAY&COURSE=TBIT41&LANGUAGE=

    TBIT42:

    https://websmp206.sap-ag.de/~form/ehandler?_APP=00200682500000001337&_EVENT=DISPLAY&COURSE=TBIT42&LANGUAGE=

    TBIT43:

    http://www50.sap.com/useducation/curriculum/course.asp?cid=60161651

    Thanks

    Sandeep

    PS: if helpful plz reward points

    TBIT44:

    https://websmp102.sap-ag.de/~form/ehandler?_APP=00200682500000001337&_EVENT=DISPLAY&COURSE=TBIT44

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