1.What are the advantages of cloud computing?
- Cost reduction by minimizing the hardware cost
- High Availability – anytime, anywhere with any device
2.What is SAP CPI?
- CPI stands for SAP cloud platform Integration. It is a cloud based Integration Tool.
- CPI is designed as an integration platform-as-a-service. CPI is used to integrate cloud and cloud to on-premise applications both from SAP and NON-SAP
3. What are the different available tools to access SAP CPI-Pi?
- Web Application (Web user interface)
- Integration Designer in Eclipse
- Integration Operations in Eclipse
4. What are the different usage options in CPI?
- Data Integration
- Integration Flow
- OData service
- Value mapping
5. Can you explain the architecture of CPI?
What is the difference between Tenant Management node (TMN) and Runtime Node?
Tenant Management Node
- It starts and stops runtime Modes
- TMN reads monitoring data from database and makes it available for monitoring application
- TMN acts as an agent between human user and the runtime components of CPI
6. Runtime Node
- It processes the messages
- Runtime node interacts with external systems and load balancer
7.What are different process available in CPI-PI Iflow?
- Integration process
- Local Integration Process
- Exception sub process
8.What is content Modifier in CPI-PI?
Content modifier modifies the content of an inbound message by changing the header or body of the message and also can add additional information to the exchange message in the form of exchange properties.
9.What are the different sections available in CPI web application?
- Discover (catalog)
- Monitor (Operations view)
- 10.What are the main steps in the integration project in CPI-PI?
Once Tenant provisioning is completed (after getting Tenant Admin access)
- Assign the required roles (Authorizations) for team members in the cloud platform cockpit
- First browse in the Discover section, if any pre-defined integration content is available for our requirement
- If pre-defined integration content is available, then copy it to design section, if not then start integration flow from scratch (custom iflow development)
- Set up the secure connections between CPI tenant and remote Systems (sender and receiver) by configuring adapters.
- Deploy the Iflow
- Monitoring the Iflow
- 11. What are the main elements of an Integration Flow?
The main elements of an Integration flow are
- Participants- Sender& Receiver
- Sequence Flow – Connections within the pool
- Message Flow – connections between flow and participants
- Different message processing steps like content modifier, mapping, routing…ETC.,
- 12.What are the different authentication methods for inbound messaged in CPI?
The CPI supported authentication methods are
- Basic Authentication
- Client Certificate Authentication (without user to certificate mapping)
- Client certificate Authentication (with user to certificate mapping)
- Oath Authentication
Source From wisdomjobs.com