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Efficient ABAP Proxy Migration from SAP PO to Integration Suite

Published on 18 July 2023
 SAP PO to SAP Integration Suite Migration
Lekshmi Nirmala
Lekshmi Nirmala
Lead Consultant

With more than 17 years of experience in Technical Consulting for SAP mainly in Integration domain, Lekshmi Nirmala is the SAP Principal Consultant at Applexus Technologies. As a certified XI/PO/Integration Suite Consultant, she brings rich industrial expertise in Retail, Manufacturing, Service (Airport) and Government sectors. Lekshmi's core focus centers around Enterprise Application Integration, where she demonstrates exceptional proficiency in A2A and B2B integration.

Jithin Mohan
Jithin Mohan
Consultant - SAP Technology

Jithin Mohan is a skilled SAP Integration Specialist with over four years of experience in SAP PI/PO & SAP Integration Suite. He has a successful track record in delivering Enterprise Application Integration, B2B applications, and Retail solutions, showcasing his in-depth knowledge of SAP systems. Jithin's expertise in designing and developing end-to-end scenarios demonstrates his ability to understand and address complex business requirements. His experience in SAP A2A integration and SAP CPI Integration further enhances his capacity to deliver seamless and efficient SAP integration solutions.

Businesses are looking to migrate ABAP proxies from ESR to MDR in the SAP backend system. However, embarking on this journey often leads to several dilemmas and warrants additional effort in both the integration platform and the backend application. Businesses who wish to migrate ESR proxy objects to MDR, manage the recurring bottlenecks that crop up during migration, ensure a steady, consistent, & safe migration, and ensure seamless integration with the SAP Integration Suite will need to follow a meticulous migration sequence.

Read this SAP blog from Jithin and Lekshmi to get an overview of how you would go about initiating the migration to SAP’s Integration Suite and how to best navigate the issues that emerge alongside.

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