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Integrating Employee Central with S/4HANA Cloud: Getting it running and solving issues – Link Collection

Process Integration of SAP SFSF Employee Central with SAP S/4HANA Cloud is based on scope item JB1 which requires
certain implementation and operational effort on customer/partner side. Below is a collection of most relevant references to assist you further with these aspects.

Setting up and testing the integration:
SAP publishes scope item JB1 with a newest release each quarter synchronously with the release date of S/4HANA Cloud.
You’ll find the newest set-up instructions and test script under https://rapid.sap.com/bp/scopeitems/JB1

New features you might consider:
Go to the What’s New Viewer – SAP S/4HANA Cloud and e.g. search for keyword JB1

When you face problems during implementation / productive usage:
SAP is publishing Tips and Tricks on various issues in this FAQ article with many further references:
2655576 – FAQ: SAP S/4HANA Cloud integration with SFSF EC – SAP ONE Support Launchpad

Blogs: SAP has published background information on this scope item under:
https://blogs.sap.com/2018/05/31/hr-connectivity-in-sap-s4hana-cloud/
https://blogs.sap.com/2018/05/02/sap-s4hana-cloud-integration-sap-successfactors-employee-central/

Complementary information:
The integration scenario is based on an appropriate set-up of your Employee Central tenant. Helpful documentation for this purpose is available under:

General information on Human Resources topics in S/4HANA Cloud: Human Resources – SAP Help Portal

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      Author's profile photo Cassiano Lins
      Cassiano Lins

      Thanks for sharing!

      Author's profile photo Sandeep Kumar
      Sandeep Kumar

      Thanks for sharing, useful info.

      Author's profile photo Vijayendra Tiwari
      Vijayendra Tiwari

      Good to see this complete information at one place, will be useful for sharing with customers!

      Author's profile photo Andreas Hackl
      Andreas Hackl
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for your input. Note that meanwhile, successor integration scope item 4AF has been released.

      Author's profile photo Sreekanth Krishnan
      Sreekanth Krishnan

      good one