As a prerequisite to follow the implementation described in this blog you would need a SAP HANA Cloud trial account and a SAP HANA Cloud Connector connected to it.

To start with you activate the Business Suite Enablement node for Gateway for your Internal Host

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Then you define a Virtual Host in SAP HANA Cloud Connector pointing to the Internal Host that provides the service

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Next you allow all URLs on this Virtual Host starting with /sap to be accessible from the SAP HANA Cloud

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Switching to your SAP HANA Cloud Platform account you assign both gwaas roles, i.e. GW_ADMIN and GW_USER, to yourself.

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Now chose Gateway as a Service from Services

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and define your destination using the Virtual Host you defined in your SAP HANA Cloud Connector choosing OnPremise as Proxy Type and Basic Authentication

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Finally register a new service available at the Destination

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and graphically explore its structure

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Now the service is securely available

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