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BAPI or ES? Any change in ECC needs to be reflected to subscribers(nonSAP)

Here is my scenario:

WBS elements are part of PS module of SAP. As and when there is a change in WBS element - all changes must be updated to its subscriber thrid party applications(non SAP).

Ther were two ways I was thinking to design this scenario.

1. Webserivce - ES has some prepacked services.

2. Proxy ( BAPI )

ECC -


> PI ---> non SAP Parties

+ +

Common Rules Party specific rules

As the data on ECC can grow over the time - some common rules are needed to restrict the data at ECC.

The problems I am facing is about filtering the data. Subscribed systems have some rules which have to be applied - For example Party A just want only projects with some budget and Party B wants all projects.

Q: I have not used ES so far - what is the best way to get all records + filtered records?

Q: How to make changes triggered from ECC - change pointers to trigger?

Q: If I use SOAP Adapter to get the data from ES - Can we automate the process to get triggered after change is made in ECC.

Thanks.

Edited by: sanju XI on Oct 7, 2010 6:36 PM

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 08:13 PM

    The best way to go for this is -

    Use ABAP proxy to send changes to PI. Whenever there will be real-time change in ECC, the program will trigger a proxy message out to PI.

    Filters - You can use filter either in the receiver determination or message mapping.

    Data to 3rd party system - since it a web service, use SOAP.

    So, the zest is the below flowchart :-

    ECC (for any real-time changes, trigger ABAP proxy) -> PI (filter conditions) -> 3rd Party (SOAP).

    This way your 3rd party system will be updated with real-time changes.

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