In this article, you will see how you can test how the migration of your SAP CPI migration went.
We have recorded a video about how to create the testing
Create SAP PI Test case
Find the ICO to select the recording from
Create a Recording request and select how many messages you want to record
Wait until the messages have been processed.
Poll messages and create the test case
Migrate the test case to SAP CPI
Go to the Agent Test cases
Select the test cases you want to migrate
Select Migrate test case
Fill in the name of the endpoints if you have made modifications manually to the flow
Open the test case and run the test
Open the Result and check the Message Runs to ensure the messages has been delivered correctly. If there is problems it it have something to do with the iflmap host is not entered correctly or the IFlow Client Id are wrong
Add ignoring expressions to ensure everything is fine. You may need to modify the flow to run correctly.
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How do you create XSLT to be used in the mapping of SAP PI to SAP CPI. You should start by looking in the git repository https://github.com/figaf/PItoCPIMigrationTemplates and use it as templates. Here is an example of and XSLT <xsl:stylesheet ...
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