SAP Integration
We work with technologies that “bind” different SAP ABAP and Java-based applications, along with the third-party enterprise solutions, external vendors, and SAP support organization into an Enterprise-wide SAP solution adding value and driving the business needs of an organization. Below figure intended to give an overview of enterprise architects as to how a SAP Solution would fit into an enterprise-wide architecture SAP business applications use the following protocols and standards for communication and data transfer between different systems
Different Protocols Used for Integration

In SAP business applications, network communication is with the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) standards. During the system build phase, the required IP address is assigned to the host and necessary configuration is performed where a particular SAP business solution is planned to be installed

Remote Function Call (RFC) is SAP’s communication interface. RFC communication between SAP business solutions involves an RFC client and an RFC server. The RFC server provides function modules. RFC clients call one of the function modules, pass on the data, and get a reply (value) back from the RFC server

SAPconnect allows a SAP ABAP system to send external communication to systems such as a SAP-certified fax, page, and e-mail solutions

Application Link Enabling/Electronic Data Interchange (ALE/EDI)
The basis of this ALE (SAP-to-SAP business data exchange) and EDI (SAP-to-EDI system business data exchange) communication mechanism is the Intermediate Documents (IDOC). An IDOC acts as a data container facilitating the exchange of business information between

SAP ERP Integration with Other NetWeaver Applications
SAP ERP 6 integration with other NetWeaver applications, such as SAP BW 7.0, SAP NetWeaver Portal 7.0, and SAP PI 7.1, is based on RFC connections as well

SAP PI as Enterprise Integration
SAP Process Integration is intended as an integration hub for all of the organization’s interfaces. PI 7.1 is the most current release and includes a number of performance improvements, with service-oriented architecture capabilities, and is well positioned to standardize and optimize all of the enterprise interface requirements. It avoids point-to-point interface connections and use native integration capabilities between different SAP solutions, which helps reduce integration costs in a client’s landscape


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