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Build your first SAP chatbot and integrate it with WhatsAPP using HANA Cloud Trial, SAP CAI and Twilio.

Hello Readers,

This is my first blog post here. Thank you all contributors for inspiring me to do so.

So today, we will be checking on how to build your first CAI bot and integrate it with WhatsApp. There might be other blogs on the similar topic but I was never able to find all the information in one entire blog. I will be explaining all the steps in details here so that even functional guy like me can play around with it.

This will be a long read.. 🙂

The business scenario that we will be working on is to fetch customer details from a Z table that we will create in HANA Database. We will start from scratch that is create our own MDC database on HANA cloud trial and then gradually proceed to chatbot creation and its integration with WhatsApp.

 

Here are the list of steps that we will follow:

1. Create a new SAP HANA MDC Database

2. Expose the table data via an OData service

3. Create a chatbot on SAP Conversational AI

4. Connect your chatbot to SAP HANA and use Consume API service feature

5. Create a free account in Twilio.

6. Enable the WhatsApp channel.

7. Create a Twilio function to interact with SAP CAI using SAP CAI SDK.

8. Deploy the function and use function URL as Webhook of WhatsApp channel.

 

Step 1: Create a new SAP HANA MDC Database

Navigate to this link and log in to your trial account via SAP ID. Navigate to bottom of page and click on “Access Neo Trial”.

Navigate to Persistence > Database & Schema

Select the New button to create a new Database on your SAP Cloud Platform account.

Type in following credentials:

  • Database ID: (Anything you want)
  • Database System: SAP HANA MDC 
  • SYSTEM User Password: As per password policy
  • Enable Shine user and enter details.

 

IMPORTANT : I have configured SHINE but this isn’t necessary, you can use your admin DB user or create new user and assign required roles. I’ve just activated here because it is easier.

Database creation should start. Wait for it to be completed. When it’s ready, you’ll see a screen like this one in the Overview menu option:

 

In case you have activated SHINE user, Click on SAP HANA Cockpit and on the next page, log on with the SYSTEM user using the password that you’ve just created. This will automatically assign some required roles to the user.

 

After this, click on SAP HANA Web-Based Development Workbench link and logon via SHINE user.

 

Once Open, click on catalog. In the new Window that opens, click on SQL.

 

Via SQL, we will create a new table. I have created using the following code:

CREATE COLUMN TABLE "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"(
	"customerNumber" NVARCHAR(10),
	"firstName" NVARCHAR(50),
	"lastName" NVARCHAR(50),
	"email" NVARCHAR(50),
	"city" NVARCHAR(50),
	"state" NVARCHAR(50),
	"zip" NVARCHAR(10),
	"totalSpend" DECIMAL,
	"homeCountry" NVARCHAR(50),
	"concentration" NVARCHAR(60),
	PRIMARY KEY (
		"customerNumber"
	)
);
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."customerNumber" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."firstName" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."lastName" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."email" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."city" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."state" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."zip" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."totalSpend" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."homeCountry" is ' ';
COMMENT ON COLUMN "SYSTEM"."CUSTOMER"."concentration" is ' ';

Click Run. Table with name Customer  will be created in your SHINE user schema.

As our table is created we will now, add data in the table.

Open new SQL window and use following code to enter data in the CUSTOMER table. Replace <SHINE USER NAME> with your user.

INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (200719, 'Gavan', 'Merredy', 'gmerredy0@phpbb.com', 'Londonderry', 'California', '94116', '$78322.46', 'United States', 'Research and Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (507146, 'Shelby', 'Ivanilov', 'sivanilov1@oaic.gov.au', 'Bay', 'North Dakota', '58106', '$36052.26', 'United States', 'Business Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (705013, 'Alecia', 'Hearley', 'ahearley2@wufoo.com', 'Hooker', 'Arizona', '85260', '$43750.45', 'United States', 'Support');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (447344, 'Jacinta', 'Concannon', 'jconcannon3@eepurl.com', 'Forest Run', 'Texas', '77060', '$71747.71', 'United States', 'Legal');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (485160, 'Vivien', 'Pennini', 'vpennini4@printfriendly.com', 'Pankratz', 'Indiana', '46295', '$91783.71', 'United States', 'Product Management');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (870928, 'Lula', 'Noteyoung', 'lnoteyoung5@reuters.com', 'Del Sol', 'Nevada', '89510', '$80057.98', 'United States', 'Training');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (815850, 'Putnam', 'Chuck', 'pchuck6@sfgate.com', 'Northview', 'Virginia', '22309', '$58492.59', 'United States', 'Services');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (352455, 'Georgette', 'Lambricht', 'glambricht7@discuz.net', 'Coleman', 'New York', '11407', '$74590.94', 'United States', 'Accounting');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (766173, 'Amelie', 'Esser', 'aesser8@answers.com', 'Dawn', 'California', '94297', '$94156.59', 'United States', 'Research and Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (681375, 'Guthrie', 'Pibworth', 'gpibworth9@barnesandnoble.com', 'Messerschmidt', 'Georgia', '31416', '$24215.80', 'United States', 'Business Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (892241, 'Rona', 'Remnant', 'rremnanta@bing.com', 'Arapahoe', 'Massachusetts', '01813', '$9378.97', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (344273, 'Silvio', 'Togher', 'stogherb@answers.com', 'Menomonie', 'Texas', '77299', '$46297.58', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (714348, 'Rees', 'O''Currine', 'rocurrinec@creativecommons.org', 'Eagan', 'Texas', '77844', '$39129.84', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (517598, 'Judi', 'Gauford', 'jgaufordd@about.com', 'Summer Ridge', 'Indiana', '46216', '$12619.38', 'United States', 'Engineering');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (734865, 'Mickey', 'Shailer', 'mshailere@cnbc.com', 'Mcbride', 'Illinois', '61656', '$59319.94', 'United States', 'Research and Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (743575, 'Felicio', 'Guerrero', 'fguerrerof@fda.gov', 'Victoria', 'Oklahoma', '73129', '$39744.36', 'United States', 'Sales');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (598682, 'Kassie', 'Elder', 'kelderg@wix.com', 'Bay', 'West Virginia', '25356', '$72777.53', 'United States', 'Accounting');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (762031, 'Eamon', 'Tooth', 'etoothh@who.int', 'Crest Line', 'North Carolina', '27626', '$84450.04', 'United States', 'Services');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (625972, 'Gare', 'Josifovitz', 'gjosifovitzi@yandex.ru', 'Larry', 'California', '92191', '$70116.93', 'United States', 'Accounting');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (433663, 'Xena', 'Heelis', 'xheelisj@spotify.com', 'Hansons', 'Texas', '75044', '$88409.66', 'United States', 'Product Management');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (675286, 'Gert', 'Gregs', 'ggregsk@odnoklassniki.ru', 'Reinke', 'California', '95108', '$22238.30', 'United States', 'Business Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (482093, 'Trix', 'Bagshaw', 'tbagshawl@dot.gov', 'Crownhardt', 'Virginia', '23612', '$22475.61', 'United States', 'Legal');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (428845, 'Enrica', 'Dannell', 'edannellm@jigsy.com', 'Erie', 'Missouri', '64199', '$61699.48', 'United States', 'Research and Development');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (875082, 'Willi', 'Ide', 'widen@psu.edu', 'Cottonwood', 'Michigan', '48604', '$33143.58', 'United States', 'Legal');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (452936, 'Matthaeus', 'Robardet', 'mrobardeto@taobao.com', 'Sloan', 'Florida', '33913', '$2837.02', 'United States', 'Training');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (334661, 'Pet', 'Quirk', 'pquirkp@pen.io', 'Merrick', 'Oklahoma', '74156', '$31262.15', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (326279, 'Bellina', 'Glyssanne', 'bglyssanneq@msn.com', 'Crowley', 'Idaho', '83757', '$88297.04', 'United States', 'Engineering');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (310412, 'Moselle', 'Heed', 'mheedr@google.cn', 'Summerview', 'Wisconsin', '53790', '$62981.49', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (421575, 'Shannah', 'Bartolini', 'sbartolinis@newsvine.com', 'Kim', 'North Carolina', '27404', '$20832.66', 'United States', 'Product Management');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (175104, 'Pearce', 'MacArthur', 'pmacarthurt@over-blog.com', 'Hansons', 'Colorado', '80044', '$81633.59', 'United States', 'Services');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (292772, 'Bride', 'Currum', 'bcurrumu@nsw.gov.au', 'Forest', 'Georgia', '30096', '$27629.41', 'United States', 'Engineering');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (926314, 'Astra', 'Maltster', 'amaltsterv@sohu.com', 'Mendota', 'Alabama', '36641', '$12823.66', 'United States', 'Product Management');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (336108, 'Kipper', 'Deal', 'kdealw@home.pl', 'Kinsman', 'Florida', '34479', '$49280.41', 'United States', 'Sales');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (841986, 'Joshuah', 'Thiem', 'jthiemx@pen.io', 'New Castle', 'Indiana', '46278', '$61795.13', 'United States', 'Accounting');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (866142, 'Willem', 'Gheraldi', 'wgheraldiy@cargocollective.com', 'Badeau', 'Virginia', '23277', '$45756.65', 'United States', 'Services');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (412335, 'Addie', 'Skinner', 'askinnerz@mail.ru', 'Donald', 'North Carolina', '28314', '$50569.68', 'United States', 'Human Resources');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (554857, 'Hayward', 'Blanpein', 'hblanpein10@amazon.co.jp', 'Grayhawk', 'Louisiana', '70149', '$25935.17', 'United States', 'Accounting');
INSERT INTO "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" VALUES (483960, 'Murray', 'Manicomb', 'mmanicomb11@skype.com', 'Mallard', 'California', '92121', '$92817.69', 'United States', 'Marketing');

This completes our Step 1.

 

Step 2 : Expose the table data via an OData service

In the SAP HANA Web-based Development Workbench, select Editor.

 

Now we will create new package. Right click on Content  folder and select New > Package.

 

Name the package ‘customer’ and select Create.

Your HANA XS Package should be created.

 

 

Next, we will create three new files within your XS package.

The first file will be .xsaccess. This file determines whether package content can be exposed and specifies the authentication method to be used to grant access.

Right-click on the new package you created and select New > File and name the new file ‘.xsaccess’. 

 

Select Create. Replace the code with the code below.

{ 
"exposed" : true, 
"authentication" : [ { "method" : "Basic" } ],
    "force_ssl": false,
    "enable_etags": true,
    "prevent_xsrf": false,
    "anonymous_connection": null,
    "cors": [{
      "enabled":true,
      "allowMethods": ["GET","POST","PUT"],
      "allowOrigin": ["*"],
      "maxAge":"3600"
    }]
}

Select Save.

 

The second file will be called “.xsapp”. This file marks the root point in the package hierarchy from which content can be served. There should only be curly brackets {} within this file.

Right-click on the new package you created and select New > File and name the new file ‘.xsapp’.

Select Create. Replace the code with the code below.

{}

 

The third file will be .xsodata. This will create XSODATA service.The OData service definition is the mechanism you use to define what data to expose with OData, how, and to whom.

Right-click on the new package you created and select New > File and name the new file ‘customer.xsodata’.

Select Create. Replace the code with the code below.

service { "<SHINE USER NAME>"."CUSTOMER" as "CUSTOMER"; }

Replace <SHINE USER NAME> with your user.

Make sure all the files are saved and activated.

Now we will test out OData service. Open customer.xsodata file and click on Run on the top.

 

Add “/CUSTOMER” at the end of URL to display table data.

Our OData service is created. We can use it now for CRUD operations.

 

Step 3 : Create your chatbot on SAP Conversational AI

First, you need to create SAP CAI Account. Create or login into your account here.

Please do read documentation and check this easy tutorial for more info on SAP CAI.​

Once you have logged in SAP CAI. Click on new bot and Select Perform Actions. 

Now you can select predefined skills for your bot. I have select Greetings and Small Talk.

 

 

Give your bot a name, add bot description(not necessary) and select data policy and bot visibility. Click create bot.

 

Now we are ready to create our first intent. Intent refers to the goal the customer has in mind when typing in a question or comment.

Click on create and name your intent customer.

 

Now we can see customer intent is created. Click on it. Here we will add possible questions that customer can ask to fetch customer details.

 

Since we have created intent now we will create skill. This skill will be invoked when our customer intent is called.

Every skill is a small part of conversation that is aimed to deliver specific value to a user.

 

Go on the Build tab and click Create skill.

 

Now we will connect the customer intent to this created skill.

Open the skill that we created. Go to triggers tab and select as :

 

Step 4 : Connect your chatbot to SAP HANA and use Consume API service feature

We will have to provide customer number to chatbot as a requirement.

Go to Requirements tab and set the entity as #number and call it id.

Click on +New replies if the reply is missing.

 

 

We will send a message and ask user to provide customer number. Click on send message and set appropriate message.

 

 

Now go back and click on +New replies if the reply is complete:

 

Now since chatbot knows what data we need to fetch, we will just call the API service.

Click on Connect External Service > Consume API Service.

 

As we need to only fetch information, this will be a GET call.

Add your OData service URL here. We will use {{memory.pr.scalar}} as filter parameter. Add this filter parameter at the end of URL.

 

https://demoxxxxxxxtrial.hanatrial.ondemand.com/customer/customer.xsodata/CUSTOMER?$filter=customerNumber eq '{{memory.id.scalar}}'

Authenticate using your SHINE username and password.

 

In Headers tab, add the following:

 

Now, let’s look at the response that we will get from this service.

 

As we can see, body: { } will hold our Odata call response.

Hence, for our scenario to fetch customer details, response will look like:

{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].customerNumber}}" 
{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].firstName}}

and so on for other fields.

Save this.

 

Now to display the response, we will add another message. Click on Send Message button and select text. Add the following reply.

Please check below details for Customer No "{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].customerNumber}}" :
First Name: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].firstName}}
Last Name: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].lastName}}
E-Mail: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].email}}
City: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].city}}
State:{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].state}}
Postal Code: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].zip}}
Total outstanding balance: {{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].totalSpend}}
Country of Origin :{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].homeCountry}}
Department:{{api_service_response.default.body.d.results[0].concentration}}

Click on Save.

 

Now lastly once bot has replied to conversation we need clear memory so that next customer number can be stored.

Click on Update Conversation > Edit Memory

 

Select Reset all memory and click on Save.

 

This completes bot creation steps. You can test your bot in SAP CAI itself once.

 

Now our bot is ready to be integrated with WhatsApp. We will do so in steps 5 to 8.

NOTE : Further steps were referenced from this amazing tutorial by Sudip Ghosh.

 

Before we deep dive further into WhatsApp integration steps let me show you how this integration works.

Since we know, SAP CAI provides direct channels for integration with Telegram, Alexa, Microsoft Teams etc. But for WhatsApp there is no standard channel available. Here we will be using Twilio, one of the trending Cloud Communication Platform.

This how our Technical Architecture looks like;

 

 

Now, let’s look at the steps to do this integration:

 

Step 5 : Create a free account in Twilio.

This step is pretty simple. You need to just create a few Twilio trail account.

Create free trial account in Twilio using this link

 

Step 6 : Enable the WhatsApp channel.

I hope account creation was easy and you have verified your account.

Now login in your account and navigate to Programmable SMS > WhatsApp(beta)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are using sandbox environment for WhatsApp. We need to configure the mobile number that you will use on WhatsApp to interact with bot.

 

One message is received by Twilio, you will see below confirmation screen.

 

Step 7 : Create a Twilio function to interact with SAP CAI using SAP CAI SDK.

We are done with initial setup of sandbox environment. Now we will have to create Twilio function which will interact with SAP CAI using SAP CAI SDK.

Navigate to Functions from your Twilio dashboard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here you will find option to Manage and Configure Functions. First, we will configure our function and add npm module for SAP CAI SDK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add below dependencies and Save.

 

After saving this, navigate to Manage Functions and add new Function with a blank template.

 

Give desired name and path for the function. Copy and paste below code and Save.

 

Function Code:

exports.handler = function(context, event, callback) {
 console.log('invoked with', event)
 global.twiml = new Twilio.twiml.MessagingResponse();
 var sapcai = require('sapcai')
 var build = new sapcai.build('<CAI API KEY>',  'en' )
 build.dialog({
   type: 'text',
   content: event.Body
  }, {
   conversationId: event.From
  })
  .then(function(res) {
   data = res.messages[0].content;
   twiml.message(data);
   callback(null, twiml);
  })
};

 

NOTE: In the above code Replace <CAI API KEY> with your CAI key. You can easily find the key in bot settings.

 

Copy the function path. We will be using this in next step.

 

Step 8 : Deploy the function and use function URL as Webhook of WhatsApp channel.

Now again navigate to Programmable SMS > WhatsApp  > Sandbox. 

Here paste the function path which we copied earlier and Save.

 

That’s ALL. We have completed all the steps.

Now, you can test your bot on WhatsApp. I have added a short demo video. Do check that out.

https://vimeo.com/431435019

I hope you have enjoyed the blog. 🙂

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  • Hey! Aman, very nice post!!! I used and the CAI part works well, but when I send a message to twillio, I receive and error event:

     

    Error – 82002

    Error on Twilio Function response

    Your Function invocation resulted in StatusCode 5xx.

    Possible Causes

    • Your Function timed out before responding
    • Your Function returned an error response

    Possible Solutions

    • Your Function must contain a callback.
    • Make sure you place the Function callback callback(err, response) is placed correctly in your Function code.
    • If you are using a JavaScript promise, make sure the callback is called in both success and catch blocks.
    • Your Function responded with an error.

    And this other

     

    HTTP retrieval failure

    Possible Causes

    • Web server returned a 4xx or 5xx HTTP response to Twilio
    • Misconfigured Web Server
    • Network disruptions between Twilio and your web server
    • No Content-Type header attached to response
    • Content-Type doesn’t match actual content, e.g. an MP3 file that is being served with Content-Type: audio/x-wav, instead of Content-Type: audio/mpeg

    Possible Solutions

    • Double check that your TwiML URL does not return a 4xx or 5xx error
    • Make certain that the URL does not perform a 302 redirect to an invalid URL
    • Confirm the URL requested is not protected by HTTP Auth
    • Make sure your web server allows HTTP POST requests to static resources (if the URL refers to .xml or .html files)
    • Verify your web server is up and responsive
    • Check to see that the URL host is not a private or local IP address
    • Verify the ping times and packet loss between your web server and http://www.twilio.com

    Error Description

    There was a failure attempting to retrieve the contents of this URL. An 11200 error is an indicator of a connection failure between Twilio and your service. When Twilio requests a page from your server, we wait a maximum of 15 seconds for a response. A connection failure will occur if no response is returned in that time.

    There are many reasons a connection timeout can occur; common causes are long running database queries or outside processes and calls to external systems taking a long time to return. It may be possible your application experienced one of these issues. If you are encountering this error only intermittently, it is possible that your web server was temporarily unavailable or experiencing a network outage.

    502 Bad Gateway errors

    If your debugger is reporting a 502 Bad Gateway error, this may mean that Twilio’s internal server had trouble retrieving content from your website. Your request must contain a Content-Type that is valid. Twilio may also have had problems resolving your DNS name to an IP address, or issues with the network connection. Check that your web server is started, and is available over the public Internet.

    Can you give me a hand?

    Thanks!

  • Hi Aman,

    First of all thanks for your post, and second sorry for my bad english jaja.

    I’m very excited to create this chatbot, but I see an error 404 when I try to run the ‘customer.xsodata’. And I have to use the democust user to do the catalog part, because I see an error 403 when I try to connect to catalog with the System user. Do you have any idea for what is hapening that makes me see these errors?.

     

    Thanks again

    • Hi Nicolas,

      If you are getting Error 403 , it is due to authorizations issues. Please check which user you have used(Shine or SYSTEM) to create the odata service. While running xsodata file, you should authenticate using the same user.

      For error 404, there must be some issue with your odata service. Please check the code again. Also, check if you have all the required authorizations for that user and your xs service files are activated.

      Thanks!

      • Hi Aman,

        Thanks for your answer,I was able to end the tutorial, the only problem is that my chatbot don’t even say hello jajajaja he just give the customer information.

  • Good Day Team,

     

    I trust everyone is doing well, could you please shine some light,

    * when i run the script to create the schema, i get an error that i’m access denied:

    SAP HANA Web-based Development Workbench: Catalog

    Help
    Now editing: SQL CONSOLE: untitle5.sql – Current Schema: SAPHANA2020
                
                
                
                
                8:30:56 PM (Catalog) (dberror) 258 – insufficient privilege: Not authorized
                8:35:39 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘help ‘
                Error: (dberror) 257 – sql syntax error: incorrect syntax near “help”: line 1 col 0 (at pos 1)
                8:36:11 PM (SQL Editor) Statement ‘SELECT TOP 1000 “MANDT”, “MSEHI”, “KZEX3”, “KZEX6”, “ANDEC”, “KZKEH”, “KZWOB”, “KZ1EH”, …’
                successfully executed in 1 ms.
                8:36:12 PM (SQL Editor) Fetched 532 row(s) by statement ‘SELECT TOP 1000 “MANDT”, “MSEHI”, “KZEX3”, “KZEX6”, “ANDEC”, “KZKEH”, “KZWOB”, “KZ1EH”, …’
                8:37:18 PM (SQL Editor) Statement ‘CALL “SAP_HANA_DEMO”.”sap.hana.democontent.epm.Procedures::get_application_variable”( IM_NAME => …’ successfully prepared
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘CREATE COLUMN TABLE “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”( “customerNumber” NVARCHAR(10), “firstName” NVARCHAR(50), …’
                Error: (dberror) 258 – insufficient privilege: Not authorized
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”customerNumber” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 16 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”firstName” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 17 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”lastName” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 18 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”email” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 19 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”city” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 20 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”state” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 21 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”zip” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 22 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”totalSpend” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 23 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”homeCountry” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 24 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:43 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘COMMENT ON COLUMN “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”.”concentration” is ‘ ”
                Error: (dberror) 259 – invalid table name: or view name CUSTOMER: line 25 col 27 (at pos 27)
                8:42:52 PM (SQL Editor) Could not execute ‘CREATE COLUMN TABLE “SYSTEM”.”CUSTOMER”( “customerNumber” NVARCHAR(10), “firstName” NVARCHAR(50), …’
                Error: (dberror) 258 – insufficient privilege: Not authorized