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Connector Builder Guide – Using a Configuration Value in a Parameter

Connector Builder Guide – Using a Configuration Value in a Parameter

Open Connectors consists of over 170 connectors to 3rd Party Applications natively embedded in the SAP ecosystem. If the Connector you need does not exist in the catalog, you can build it quickly with Connector Builder. This instruction guide will walk you through using this tool, with concrete examples throughout. The beginning, Part 1, can be found here.

 

Let’s say you have a configuration variable set up called token:

When the user creates an Connector Instance, they are providing this information which will get stored in the token configuration key. [see creating a configuration variable]

You then want to pass this token value in the header (vendor name: “Authorization”) for every request. The parameter setup will look like this:

The token here represents the configuration key and its value (what the user originally entered) will be substituted here and appended to the header.

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