In this blog we’ll discuss how to get started with SAP Data Quality Management, microservices using an SAP Cloud Platform, developer edition account.
Get an SAP Cloud Platform, developer edition account
Go here: Try SAP Cloud Platform
Select “Try it for Free” if you don’t have an SAP Cloud Platform, developer edition account.
Fill out the registration information and you will be e-mailed your account information.
If you already have an SAP Cloud Platform, developer edition account then you can just login.
Enable Data Quality Services for your account
Login to your SAP Cloud Platform Cockpit that you received a URL to for your account.
Browse to “Services” in SAP Cloud Platform Cockpit.
Under the “Master Data” category you’ll see a tile for “Data Quality Services”
Click on the tile and on the next screen you will see an “Enable” button. Select that.
Once enabled you are ready to go.
3. Review the Documentation
You will see a link on the service page where you enabled our service to the documentation.
Or you can directly access here:
Examples of calling the Service(s)
We have recently posted some scripts which can be used with the Postman Service utility (www.getpostman.com).
You can find these sample scripts and how to configure them for use with your SCP, developer edition account and our microservices here at the public SAP Github repository:
NOTE: Basic Authentication is ONLY supported on SCP, developer edition.
For productive use after purchasing the service either OAuth or Client Certificate Authentication must be used.
SAP Data Services:
If you are an SAP Data Services customer we have recently introduced a built-in transformation which integrates these microservices. This is included in the recent release SAP Data Services 4.2 SP8 release.
Example Data Services Jobs (Blueprints) can be found here:
You can find more information in the official documentation here starting on page 754:
When using this service on SCP, developer edition it is limited to 30 days of usage or 1000 transactions per country. Tracking starts with the first transaction you make to the service.