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In majority of projects that implement SAP PI, developments that require custom adapter modules and java proxies are predominantly less in number. But there are projects in which the most of the developments are based on such custom codes. Also with the single stack concept gaining importance, these developments will gather more storm.

 

How do you manage your Java code when it comes to SAP PI? 

 

I assume most of us don't really bother. We get our coding done on NWDS, compile the code locally, export the Jar or EJB, load them into the server and Voila, we are done.

But as the code base increases, managing this gets tricky. PI, out of the box doesn't provide you any help either. You can edit your code in ESR but only hope for it to compile on itself. If it could, it would have been wonderful, aint it?

One of the recommended ways is to implement NWDI and have the code centrally maintained. But I personally haven't found it easy configuring NWDI and start hosting my code. Ignoramus? Mea Culpa! (Maybe SAP can indeed host a good how to guide to help us with this?)

With Eclipse integration into ESR, I believe this will open a new dimension of possibilities. Imagine code management via the IDE integrated with a check in - check out version management feature.

I hope this is what SAP is aspiring toward. In any case, I have already posted this on Idea place and will wait to see if anyone picks this up.

 

Question:

How do you manage your custom Java code? Do you use NWDI extensively for SAP PI projects? Or is there any other way you are achieving this in your SAP PI projects?

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