Overview

Enroll to the course here (in case you haven’t, yet): Extending SAP Products with SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Update Q4/2015)

A list of the course guides for each week of this course can be found in the corresponding parent project of this blog post.

Course Guide Week 4 – My First SAP Jam Extension

The fourth week of the openSAP course Extending SAP Products with SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Update Q4/2015) will provide you with details around SAP Jam extensions.

During the week, we’ll look into SAP Jam extension options including work patterns and the OData API. Additionally, we will develop our first SAP Jam extension and customize SAP Jam to our needs.

At the end of this week you’ll know SAP Jam extensions in details and you will have developed such an extension.

This document is a detailed blog post around all the units of week 4.

Table of Content

Unit 1 – SAP Jam Work Patterns

In this unit you will get to know what SAP Jam work patterns are and how work patters increase the productivity of existing applications.

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Unit 2 – Building an SAP Jam Work Pattern

In this unit you will get to know what work patterns are generally comprised of, how SAP Jam rendering is configured to display external data and what the role of custom group templates in SAP Jam is.

Q&A

Unit 3 – Work Patterns and the SAP Jam OData API

In this unit you will get to know what the work pattern entry points are and what they are useful for. Additionally, you will learn which authentication and authorization layers SAP Jam supports and which APIs SAP Jam exposes.

Q&A

Unit 4 – Embedding SAP Jam in Your Application

In this unit you will get to know UI widgets, iFrame widgets and SAP Jam UI5 controls. All three are ways to extend SAP Jam, each with different strengths and use cases.

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Unit 5 – Deploying My First SAP Jam Work Pattern

In this unit you will get to know how it is possible to extend SAP Jam to fit the needs of custom work patterns. You will learn about OpenSocial Gadgets that are build on OpenSocial APIs and provide a mechanism to run external applications and websites inside SAP Jam.

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Unit 6 – Extending SAP Jam to Your Needs

In this unit you will get to know how to extend existing applications by adding social context and how to build new work patterns with custom group templates.

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