You can use App Connect with SAP by configuration and data mapping without a need for coding, and can achieve a return on your investment in minutes/hours, not days/months.
This guide is to show you how…
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Want to understand more before getting started? Consider the tabs SAP connectivity options and what you can do with SAP in App Connect Designer or App Connect Professional Studio and Web management console.
How to use App Connect Designer with SAP
In App Connect Designer, as a business user (or anyone else wanting a simple integration experience) you can create integration flows that retrieve or create SAP OData resources and use data retrieved from SAP for other activities in the flow. The flows can be triggered by events in apps such as Salesforce, or by calling an API such as from mobile and web applications.
Before you can use App Connect Designer to access SAP OData resources in your private network, you need to have prepared SAP OData connectivity for use with App Connect Designer, as described in the tab section What should I know about connecting to SAP?.
Create an event-driven flow to retrieve SAP data to enhance actions on SaaS apps
Learn how easy it is to create an event-driven flow in App Connect Designer to retrieve OData resources from SAP and use the SAP data to enhance actions on SaaS apps.
Create an API flow to create SAP OData resources
Learn how easy it is to create an API flow in App Connect Designer to create OData resources in SAP and perform actions on SaaS apps.
- Creating a well-defined SAP Gateway OData service for use with IBM App Connect
- Creating an API flow to create SAP OData resources
- Creating an event-driven flow to retrieve SAP data to enhance actions on SaaS apps
- Moving bulk data from SAP to Salesforce with IBM App Connect Professional
- Ways of accessing SAP OData __metadata information in App Connect