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Blogs by

Carlos Roggan

Welcome to our next round of playing ‘round with the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for service development, to expose OData v4 service, while using the data source API to consume data from an OData v2

  This blog is part of the series of tutorials for beginners. In the previous tutorial we’ve made our first experience with the data source API for OData V2 consumption. We’ve learned in a simple

In the previous blog, we’ve discussed the different SDKs and APIs and how they relate to each other. After so much code-free text, it is now time to get the hands dirty again and play

General prerequisites for following the blog series can be found here.       Getting Started with SAP Cloud Platform Getting started with SAP Cloud Platform, Cloud Foundry Environment, is well described in the SAP Help

In the meantime, we’ve grown up to experienced OData service developers. We know how to create an OData (V4) service which exposes data and creates and manipulates data, we know about the OData specification and

Time has come (it is 8 o’clock in the morning, btw) to talk about less convenient topics…. With other words, it was nice marketing when I spent flattering words to point out how nicely the

One takeaway from all the previous blogs should be that our main task is: providing data. Any doubts? ? Yes? -> Then please start again from blog 1 … (and let me know if I

In one of the previous blogs, we’ve already learned the basics about implementing write operations like CREATE and UPDATE. In the present blog, which is also part of the series for beginners, we’re going to

In one of the previous blogs, we’ve already learned the basics about implementing write operations like CREATE and UPDATE In the present blog, we’re going to discuss some more advanced details: An UPDATE operation can

In the previous blog we’ve learned how to define and implement navigation between 2 entities in an OData V4 service, based on the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for service development. We’ve covered the most usual