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How to Work with SAP Business One Microsoft 365 Integration

Integrating SAP Business One with Microsoft 365 has never been easier, now with the improved Setup guide How to Work with SAP Business One Microsoft 365 Integration

As of SAP Business One FP 2102 and SAP Business One Cloud, Patch 17, Microsoft 365 integration with SAP Business One is officially supported. Whether you are a Partner or Hosting provider implementing / hosting SAP Business One, most likely you face multiple requests from your customers for Office 365 Integration with SAP Business One.

To simplify the setup process and address the growing market interest in Microsoft Office 365 integration, we’ve taken the time to enhance the Office 365 Integration setup guide to provide a “hands-on” approach for Partners / Cloud Providers to easily follow while implementing the solution.

Here are some of the main enhancements we’ve introduced:

  • Emphasis on the au­thorizations required during configuration and usage of Microsoft 365 integration in the following deployments:
    – SAP Business One, SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA
    – SAP Business One Cloud.
  • Up-to-date screenshots of Microsoft’s current setup process.
  • Highlights added across the guide, referring to “who does what” during setup and consumption of the solution.

We constantly look for ways how to further improve Office 365 Integration with SAP Business One in Cloud and On Premise environments. We strongly believe the solution should be easy to setup and consume. As a first step, we focused on Setup guide simplification, to be followed by future Product enhancements based on your growing feedback.

We recommend to give the guide a try and learn how easy it is to setup Microsoft 365 Integration with SAP Business One.

How to Work with SAP Business One Microsoft 365 Integration





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      Author's profile photo Erick Gómez
      Erick Gómez

      Hi Guy, great blog.

      I am using O365 integrated with B1 Web Client but when exporting it redirects me to https://local-ip:40000, being on the Internet this would be a problem.

      What will I be missing? Maybe restart the SLD?


      Erick Gómez


      Author's profile photo Guy Sujetzki
      Guy Sujetzki
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Erick,

      Thanks for your interest and comment.
      I am not sure whether you use External mappings in your specific implemntation.
      Depending on how your implementation looks like, you may want to refer to SAP Business One Administrator Guide, chapter 7.1.7 - Mapping External addresses to Internal addresses and also make sure you properly executed the service restart in the suggested order.

      Hope this helps.
      Best Regards

      Guy Sujetzki

      Author's profile photo XingTao Liu
      XingTao Liu

      The document does not introduce the part of the external network address mapping of of365, and the configuration method of the external network address, and there is still no solution to this problem.
      Using the nginx configuration file, both BAS Gate Keeper and B1i are OK, but of365 always returns to the hanab1:40000 address