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Mapping of AMR into SAP????

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could any one tell, how to map automatic meter reading device into SAP????? what are the specifications have to be taken into consideration???

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  • Posted on Mar 20, 2011 at 06:23 AM

    First you have to make sure that how AMR System sending data? is it web service request??

    PI understands only XML Message standards .

    Regards,

    Raj

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2011 at 01:33 PM

    I think you have posted the thread in the wrong forum. You should post this in SAP IS- Utilities forum:

    SAP for Utilities

    Your answer lies in the device management functionality of SAP IS- U.

    However, if you need interfaces between SAP IS- Utilities with other systems you can check out the standard content/ Pre delievered SAP PI content for IS - U and if that does not fulfill your requirement, then you can think of PI custom interface development.

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    • Hi Vipin,

      Though your query is very old but I accidentally stumbled upon it & thought to share my understanding from AMI integration perspective.

      The reads from a smart meter e.g. centron meters from itron are passed at regular intervals to head end ( e.g. TMS - Transaction Management System from GE or OWCE - Open Way Collection Engine from itron). Head End pass these reads to IEE MDUS ( Itron Enterprise Edition - meter data management system . On the meter reading due date for a particular portion/ MRU , a read request is sent to IEE MDUS who in turn sends the same to SAP through a batch job.

      From a technical perspective, ESB is the middleware from HE to MDUS and from MDUS to SAP /PI. There are SAP standard webservices e.g. SmartMeterMeterReadingDocumentERPBulkCreateRequest_Out as the interfaces.

      Thanks,

      Ajay

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