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Author's profile photo Emerson Alves Tosin

SAP ERP Integration with Concur ( On premisse ) Step-by-Step

Introduction

Hello Community! This blog is about how to configure your SAP ERP On Premisse for integration with SAP Concur Solutions. I will show you how to configure the SAP Concur Addon with SAP Concur (step-by-step). This is the second task for working with SAP Concur. After installing the Concur Addon, you need to integrate your SAP ERP with SAP Concur. As a premise, you need to have all Concur credentials and keys (customer credentials).

Main part

Below the step by step to configure the SAP ERP integration with SAP Concur:

1. Acess the CTE_SETUP transaction

2. Create the Connection

Path: CTE_SETUP -> System -> Create Connection

 

3. Setting Up the System Connection

Important: In this task, you need to place the integration information. The Concur Host (depends on the region), the port, SSL, Proxy and so on. There are two ways to do it: Direct Integration and Middleware Integration. This information and which type of integration to choose should be discussed with the network management team.

 

4. Enter Secret and Consumer Key

Important: The SAP Concur team sends the customer’s secrets and key to the customer ( Company )

 

5. Assign Acess Token

Important: The SAP Concur team sends the User and Password to the customer ( Company )

 

6. Client Credentials

Important: The SAP Concur team sends the Client ID, Client Secret and Company UUID to the customer ( Company )

 

7.  Complete Summary

Now, only complete the Integration Configuration

 

8. Check the Connection

Path: CTE_SETUP -> System -> Check Connection

 

Conclusion

The steps are theoretically easy, but it is very important that you have all the necessary information in hand, including alignment with the network management team. After the connection with SAP Concur is established, the next steps will be the settings for Exporting Cost Objects and Importing Accounting Documents. Have a nice work!

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      Author's profile photo Sreelesh S Kumar
      Sreelesh S Kumar

      Hi Emerson,

      Thanks for the detailed blog and it was really helpful. Can you please provide the step by step process for the financial posting also.

      Thanks,

      Sree

      Author's profile photo Emerson Alves Tosin
      Emerson Alves Tosin
      Blog Post Author

      Hello Kumar.

      Yes, In the future, i will write another POST about Financial Posting.  🙂

      Author's profile photo Emerson Alves Tosin
      Emerson Alves Tosin
      Blog Post Author

      It's done!

      https://blogs.sap.com/2021/10/11/financial-posting-configuration/

      Author's profile photo Sreelesh S Kumar
      Sreelesh S Kumar

      Emerson Alves Tosin  - Thanks a lot for the swift response. Thanks for providing the document.

      Author's profile photo Luiz Chaves
      Luiz Chaves

      Hi Emerson,

      On the step that you fill the information of www.concursolutions.com and there is an option to use a Middleware, does it means that I can pass this connection thru my SAP Process Integration (PI)?

      Thank you,

      Author's profile photo Emerson Alves Tosin
      Emerson Alves Tosin
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Luiz.

      Yes... If you have the PI, you can see this in the next picture. You need to choose the radio button "Middleware". So, you will fill the fields: Middleaware Host, Path Prefix and Port of your PI endpoint.

      ...But, if you don't have any Middleware, you only need to fill the Concur Host and Port.  ( It will create a SM59 connection )

      Regards,

      Author's profile photo Damien Fleming
      Damien Fleming

      This system connection method will be replaced with a new authentication..

      https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2914977

       

      Author's profile photo Robert Solomon
      Robert Solomon

      Hi Emerson,

      Great blog. super helpful!

      I have a need to delete a WBS element from a project, but it tells me that I can't do that because ALE is actively distributing the project to Concur.

      Can I temporarily turn-off the ALE synchronization for a few minutes while I delete the WBS element, then turn it back on? if so, how would I do that?

      Thanks.

      Author's profile photo Emerson Alves Tosin
      Emerson Alves Tosin
      Blog Post Author

      Hello, I never had this problem. Even changes like this are sent to Concur. Try to check the binding in transaction CTE_SETUP. You may be able to do what you want.