This section contains a collection of solutions and answers on topics related to the MII Business Logic Environment. It also includes tips and tricks for how to optimize and streamline their operation and control their size.
- W3Schools and click on XPath on the Left
- How to Optimize your Business Logic Transactions using XPath
- How to Call a Business Logic Transaction Recursively
- Calling a Business Logic Transaction (BLS) as a WebService:
SAP MII 11.5
http://<servername>/Lighthammer/WSDLGen/<TransactionPath>/<TransactionName> (e.g. http://myservername23/Lighthammer/WSDLGen/MyTransactionPath/ExecuteCalculation)
SAP MII 12.0
Also a BLS transaction can be executed as a HTTP XML service very similar to REST service pattern by the following URL:
http://<server>:<port>/XMII/Runner?Transaction=<TransactionnameWithPath>&<InpuParam1>=<value1>&<InpuParam n>=<value n>&OutputParameter=*&XacuteLoginName=<username>&XacuteLoginPassword=<password>
- Reference Document in SAP xMII - The Mystery Resolved
This weblog provides detail information about Reference Document in SAP xMII Business Logic Trasanction and how to use them to create standard mappings.
- JMS Action Group in SAP MII 12.1 Workbench
This document provides some description and details on these actions that were added as part of MII 12.1.