Holistic interface handling by SAP Application Interface Framework (SAP AIF)

SAP Application Interface Framework (SAP AIF)

  • A powerful framework for interface implementation, monitoring, and error handling
  • A proven solution with more than eight years of development and customer history
  • A cross-industry solution with customers from 25 industries
  • Integral part of SAP S/4 HANA

Interface implementation (design time)

  • Interface implementation mainly through customizing menus
  • Easy access to relevant data or functions of underlying SAP application
  • Re-use of interface components (e.g. checks, mappings, actions)
  • Supports variants of interfaces (exceptions or additional steps)
  • Independent implementation and testing of interface components and
    interface variants

Monitoring and error-handling (runtime & operations)

  • Business user monitoring (power user)
  • Customizable authorizations for interface access
  • Overview of interface status


Codemine specialise in providing AIF solutions. Our team has proven complex successful implementations for customers like SAP AG (Ariba), TUI AG, VW AG and others.

  • AIF used as middleware tool to orchestrate inbound/outbound integrations (AN/CM/ERP)
  • Codemine built custom ABAP framework used by AIF to simplify future enhancements/plugins
  • Solution used internally by SAP Hybris Billing product for ARIBA
  • Codemine Team was responsible for greenfield AIF implementation in SAP corporate system
    • AIF setup/upgrades
    • AIF concept and full scope implementation
    • Best Practise & Generic solution

  • AIF as a central monitoring tool for all interfaces in area of finance/controlling, sales distribution, order management
  • Codemine provides interface guidelines and architecture model for ABAP development supporting offshore teams with best practises and patterns
  • Codemine plays significant role in the overall project delivering AIF expert knowledge in custom solutions:
    • AIF integrations with CDS view S4HANA
    • Bulk Data processes
    • Asynchronous/Synchronous interfaces
    • Business Object oriented approach comply with future ABAP programming model