This page aims to point to different documents, blogs and samples available around the topic SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA Extensibility.
For the moment it is includes a short list of items but we plan to work on getting more and more content on this page.

Documents

  • This document covers the basic API usage of SAP Business One Service Layer and explains the technical details of building a stable, scalable Web service using SAP Business One Service Layer.

    SAP Business One Service Layer is a new generation of extension API for consuming SAP Business One data and services. It builds on core protocols such as HTTP and OData, and provides a uniform way to expose full-featured business objects on top of a highly scalable and high-availability Web server.

  • 1858188  – Extreme App Framework for SAP Business One: Samples and Documentation (S-user required)
    SAP HANA XS is a lightweight application server that is embedded directly in the SAP HANA database system. Using the features provided by SAP HANA XS, you can build server applications that run on SAP HANA without the need for an additional application server.
    The Extreme App Framework is powered by SAP HANA technology and SAP HANA extended application services (SAP HANA XS) and enables partners to connect their extreme apps to SAP Business One client.
    Check this note to find out how to use it as well as a sample code.

 

  • Generating Extension Registration Data for Lightweight Deployment (S-user required)
    This document describes how to manage the lifecycle of your extensions for lightweight deployment, including in the same package your HANA applications. Extensions that are enabled for lightweight deployment do not have dedicated installers. Instead, the required files are located within a
    ZIP archive, and installation is performed by the application. In SAP Business One 9.1, the lifecycle management of the extensions
    for lightweight deployment is managed end to end by SAP Business One. You do not need to use InstallShield (or equivalent) third party tools.

Blogs

 

 

 

 

Samples

  • B1 Service Layer with JavaScript – Handling B1 Objects without .Net (nor DI API)
    Lots of new features and innovations are raising at SAP world and off course that our beloved SAP B1 is getting some of the juice. Since SAP Business One version for SAP HANA 9.1 (B1H 9.1) a new component of B1 Family has been released. With B1 Service Layer you can manipulate B1 objects on anopen, fast, lightweight and standard approach. Break the chains of .Net and DI API!

HANA documentation / eLearning

  • Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA
    With SAP HANA, you have the opportunity to build applications that integrate the business logic, control logic, and the database layer with unprecedented performance. As a developer, one of the key questions is how you can minimize data movements. The more you can do directly on the data in memory next to the CPUs, the better the application will perform.
        This course will introduce you to native software development on SAP HANA.
  • SHINE – SAP HANA Interactive Education
    SAP HANA Interactive Education (SHINE) is an Education Content to deploy, learn and develop applications from SAP HANA studio which runs on top of SAP HANA Application Services (XS Engine) with in SAP HANA Plaform. SHINE enables new SAP HANA developers to quickly learn and develop applications running on top of SAP HANA Platform.  SHINE content is designed and built upon EPM (Enterprise Procurement Model) framework developed by SAP and  it includes all the data models, tables, views,  dashboards etc. with a real enterprise use case.

Related SAP HANA scn pages

Document announcing the latest SAP Business One versions running on SAP HANA as well as related notes, documents and blogs.
Document listing available documentation, blogs and notes around SAP HANA topics we consider very important for our SAP Business One partners.
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