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HANA Smart Data Streaming (“SDS”) provides support for building custom input and output adapters using Java, C/C++ and .NET. Custom adapters developed with Java can be built using either the Java Toolkit which makes it easy to build a fully managed adapter or using the lower level Java SDK which is more appropriate for building embedded applications such as publishing sensor input directly into a Streaming Lite project.

This tutorial provides detailed instructions for developing a custom adapter using the Java Toolkit.

Writing a Custom Input Adapter for SAP HANA Smart Data Streaming SPS11

In SPS11, a change was made to the directory structure used by custom adapters to provide better separation and management of custom adapters from standard out-of-the-box adapters that are installed as part of the SDS product component.

If you are looking for instructions on developing a custom Java Toolkit adapter for either SDS SPS10 or for SAP Event Stream Processor, then you will want to use an older version of this tutorial: Writing a Custom Input Adapter for SAP HANA Smart Data Streaming

Additional tutorials on building custom adapters using either the Java SDK or the C SDK are listed in the Adapters section of the Table of Contents – Smart Data Streaming

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