Integration & Certification - Integration Scenarios
The following are predefined interface certifications from SAP. In addition to the standard scenarios listed here, SAP also offers interface certification based on business scenarios from third-party vendors when:
- Vendors use the SAP-endorsed integration technologies described in the ICC Integration Guide - Technologies
- Vendors successfully test the interface software through an SAP Integration and Certification Center (ICC).
The Integration and Certification Centers evaluate each third-party scenario based on an Integration Assessment or on customer references.
Supplier Relationship Management Interface
SAP Business-to-Business Procurement Release
SAP Enterprise Buyer Professional Release
|SAP Supplier Relationship Management Release|
|B2B-OCI||Open Catalog Interface||New Scenario|
|Additional Features||Additional Features, Corresponds to SAP SRM 3.0|
Open Partner Interface
Integration Scenario Status
Achieving interface certification for this release is one criteria for becoming an SAP Software Partner.
|Information about upcoming versions of this interface is available.|
|This is a new integration scenario/interface. Certification is available.|
This is a new version of an existing interface. Recertification is required.
|The interface has been enhanced with new features or new documentation. Recertification is not required, but is recommended.|
Interface has not changed in this release. Recertification is not required.
Beginning with this release, the interface is included as part of a new scenario that uses new technology and/or provides additional functionality. The original interface will be supported for two additional major releases, beginning with this release. Recertification is required.
Certification for this integration scenario with the most recent version of SAP solutions is available only upon request, if SAP resources are available. Please contact SAP PartnerEdge for more information.
The interface is obsolete in this release and certification is no longer available. Once an interface becomes obsolete, it usually is supported for two additional releases.