Blogs by

Knut Heusermann

SAP Business ByDesign OData services support two authentication protocols: Basic Authentication (user/password) and OAuth 2.0 SAML Bearer authentication. This blog posts provides an example to configure principal propagation using OAuth 2.0 SAML Bearer authentication between

SAP Business ByDesign (ByD) is designed as open Cloud ERP solution that can be extended by “build-in extensions” (add-ins that are installed and operated on the ByD platform) as well as “side-by-side” applications operated on

SAP Business ByDesign (ByD) provides you with REST/OData access to more than 300 business objects. This blog post provides you with an roundtrip example (find – read – update) using ByD OData services. Example Scenario Assume

Being compliant to taxation laws on country and regional level is essential for all companies. However this may become a challenge if taxation laws are changed frequently or if a large number of products are

Changing product tax classifications may become a mass change topic if tax laws of a country change. For example forced the recent change of Indian tax laws (GST) many companies to adopt their product tax

SAP Business ByDesign (ByD) is designed as open Cloud ERP Solution with very broad extensibility capabilities, that allow key users to extend ByD via the ByD UI-based adaptation mode, partners to enhance ByD in-application by

SAP Business ByDesign provides EDI integration capabilities to exchange business documents like orders and invoices with business partners. In this blog I describe how to setup a business-to-business communication (B2B) to receive orders from a customer

The cloud ERP solution SAP Business ByDesign has been designed for small and midsize businesses (SMB) as well as subsidiaries of large corporations with multiple possible HCM setups: For Small and Midsize Businesses SAP Business ByDesign offers

SAP Business ByDesign (ByD) provides you with plenty of APIs and integration options and whenever possible SAP recommends to use standard OData APIs and Web Service APIs. However, for some use cases a custom real-time replication

SAP Business ByDesign (ByD) supports service provider initiated as well as identity provider initiated Single Sign-On (SSO) and Single Log-Out (SLO) procedures. In this blog post I would like to address some frequently asked questions with regards to single log-out. While single sign-on