Triggering a Test message to SAP CPI cloud foundry trial account is different from sending it to Neo environment. In this Blog, we are going to see on how to send a message to SAP CPI trial account.
Sending message to SAP CPI Trial Account:
- Logon to Trial Home and navigate to the subaccount where in the Process Integration has been subscribed.
- Create Instance for the Process Integration by navigating to Services ->Service Instances -> Create Instance.
- Select the options from the dropdown as shown in the below screenshot and input the alias name for your instance, click Next.
- In the specify parameters tab, input the below json and select “Create Instance”.
- Now, the service instance has been created with the role “ESBMessaging.send”. The Next step is to “Create Service key”.
- Select the three dotted line on the service instance -> “Create Service Key”.
- Give a name to service key and select create.
- In this way, you can create n number of service keys for each source dedicatedly which enables us to remove the service key easily if in case any sender goes out of scope.
- Select three dots on the service created and select “View”.
- Copy the values of clientid, clientsecret and tokenurl parameters. These are the credentials that you use to make a request to your integration flow.
- I have created an integration flow with http sender which just outputs “This is a test message”.
- Navigate to Integrate Content and select the appropriate IFlow to see the http URL which needs to be used to call this integration flow.
- Now, we are going to trigger a test message to CPI via Postman. In Postman, specify the endpoint URL as the value which you have got in the token endpoint URL and append ?grant_type=client_credentials.
- Select the Authorization as “Basic Auth” . Input “ClientID” value as username and “Client Secret” value as password.
- Now, send the message and you will get a response back with the access_token.
- Now, call the actual integration flow URL now by selecting the authorization as “Bearer” and input the value which you have got in the access_token field of the previous step.
- Hurray!! Its success and we have got the expected response back.
- The Postman test can also be done in another way. Call the Integration Flow endpoint directly by selecting the authorization as “Oauth 2.0”.
- Then, Configure the new token by selecting the Grant type as “Client Credentials” and fill in the appropriate filed with its respective data.
- Click “Get New Access Token” –> ”Proceed” –> “Use Token”. Now, send the request and you can see the same expected response.
- Also, you can see sync button and select the same to get the access token each time the request is being made.
- Hurray!! Its success again and we have got the expected response back.
- Finally, We arrived at a conclusion on how to trigger a test message to SAP CPI Trial account. You can also create n number of service keys with the associated instance depending on your needs.
- Each Service keys can be used for dedicated purpose.