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Author's profile photo Kris Chau

End-to-End Cloud Integration Using Open Connectors

SAP Integration Suite enables organizations to become intelligent enterprise, weather it is SAP or non-SAP. Using “Open Connectors” capability of Integration Suite; organizations can extend Non-SAP connectivity. You can try out the below steps as a quick POC to integrate end-to-end.

  • What we are trying to do?
    • Accessing contact information from HotSpot CRM (Non-SAP)
  • What are the prerequisites?
    • Valid account at HotSpot CRM
    • BTP Account setup – Integration Suite-> Open Connector and Cloud Integration capabilities are enabled
  • What are the sequence of steps?
    • Account Setup at HotSpot CRM
    • Instance creation in Open Connector to connect HotSpot CRM system with APIKey
    • Connection test from instance (API Document)
    • User creation at CPI/CI
    • Designing of I-flow to fetch HotSpot contact through HTTPS

Let’s hit the system…

Account Setup at HotSpot CRM

Trial Account Setup – HubSpot

 

Generate API Key

Instance creation in Open Connector to connect HotSpot CRM system with APIKey

 

Create Instance 

 

Connection test from instance (API Document)

 

 

Copy User, Organization and Element (these need to be passed in CPI for Open Connector user creation)

 

 

Response of execution

 

User creation at CPI/CI

Designing of I-flow to fetch HotSpot contact through HTTPS 

 

Response from POSTMAN

 

With this we are able to access Non-SAP system (here HubSpot) through Open Connector. Two capabilities of SAP Integration Suite are used for the end-to-end scenario.

Any question or feedback will be appreciated!

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      Author's profile photo Mateo Cano
      Mateo Cano

      Hi Kris, currently, HubSpot doesn't provide API Keys anymore because Private Apps replaced it.

      Can you give us a brief lesson about how to make the connection between HubSpot and Open connectors through "Private apps"?

      Thanks in advance!!

      Author's profile photo Kris Chau
      Kris Chau
      Blog Post Author

      Hello Mateo,

       

      Thanks for making me aware of this change. Link for migrating to Private Key - https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/api/migrate-an-api-key-integration-to-a-private-app (**I hope you must have explored it).

      At Open connectors (instance creation), there are two modes for Authentication Type - 1. apiKey, 2. OAuth are there.

      Need to explore at my end as well if we can use apiKey open for Private key scenarios or not. Will keep you posted once done with the POC. Thanks again!

      Regards,

      Krishna Chauhan