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SAP Graph Multi-Part Tutorial: Information Map


SAP Graph is the new unified and consolidated API for SAP’s Integrated Intelligent Suite. Developers use SAP Graph to build applications that access a business data graph of SAP-managed data, regardless of where this data resides.

Last year, we announced and introduced the concepts of the Integrated Intelligent Suite. You can get a good overview of this topic in our IIS openSAP course.

Note that this course targets enterprise integration architects – but here, dear reader, we focus on you, a software developer. Whether you are employed by one of SAP’s customers or partners, or are a third-party developer, or you simply want to learn more about how to quickly and easily access SAP-managed data with SAP Graph, this tutorial series is for you.

You will learn how to extend the SAP Intelligent Suite by writing your own business application software that uses SAP Graph, the API for the Intelligent Suite, to access your data. In the course of this tutorial series we will focus on topics like the SAP Graph API, the One Domain Model (ODM) from a developer perspective, accessing SAP data using APIs, connecting to your data, and more advanced topics like authentication, authorization, supporting multi-tenancy, using the SAP Cloud SDK with SAP Graph, and more. The tutorial requires no prior knowledge, we will teach you everything you need to know to become a proficient SAP Graph developer.

Available tutorial parts

Learn about what SAP Graph is, why it makes your life easier, and try out a query on SAP API Business Hub.

Coming soon

  • Part 2: Hello Graph! Write your first SAP Graph application

Write your first simple SAP Graph application using Node.js. See how the app fetches data from the SAP API Business Hub sandbox. Planned CW24 (June 2021).

  • Part 3: Use SAP Graph securely with real data – authentication

Learn how to authenticate users to access a real SAP Graph tenant securely using the oAuth protocol. Planned CW25 (June 2021).

  • Part 4: SAP Graph business logic

Discover more about One Domain Model (ODM), the SAP Graph API, and OData. Planned CW29 (July 2021).

  • Part 5: Use SAP Graph with your own data

Create and configure your own SAP Graph Tenant so that you can use your own data with SAP Graph. Planned August 2021.

  • Part 6: Develop a multi-tenant application that uses SAP Graph

Planned September 2021.

  • And more… this page will be updated with new links as planned tutorial parts are published, and new parts are planned.

How do I get notified when new parts in the series are released?

  1. Ensure you are registered in the SAP Community. For more information, see the Getting Started page for the SAP Community.
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  4. Follow the SAP Graph tag.
    1. On this page, select SAP Graph under Assigned Tags.
    2. This takes you to an overview of all activity on any of the content with the SAP Graph tag (including blogs, questions, contributors, etc). You can follow the tag by selecting Follow.

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