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Blogs by

Marty McCormick

In this blog, we’ll take a look at the difference between synchronous and asynchronous APIs as they relate to SAP S/4HANA Cloud with an example. First, we should define what these terms asynchronous and synchronous

In this blog, we’ll build on the $batch OData feature introduced in the first blog in order to load data into a SAP S/4HANA Custom Business Object (CBO) from Microsoft Excel using a macro written in

Note: This is the first blog in a two part series.  The second blog builds upon this blog using the batch concept upload directly from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. There may be some cases where

Overview This how-to guide will show how to use custom logic for Journal Entry substitution to populate 2 custom fields by splitting the data that is in a field in the submitted payload. Because the

This short blog will show how to call an OData API on an SAP S/4HANA Cloud (S/4HC) system using the client tool Postman.  The steps in this blog exist in several places online already around

A connection between SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) and anapplication (S/4HANA Cloud, OnPrem apps, other cloud apps) via HTTPS requires the root certificate in the client keystore on the CPI tenant.  On CPI, this keystore

This is the second and final post on how to post a sales order with multiple line items into a S/4HANA Cloud (S/4HC) system using the whitelisted Sales Order API.  You can read the first

This blog will provide an example of how to call the Sales Order API in SAP S/4HANA Cloud (S/4HC) from SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI) and post header & line items.  This is the first

Identity and authentication management can be a little confusing for new customers who are getting started with SAP S/4HANA Cloud deployments or currently deploying S/4HANA Cloud.  Although several great resources already exist on this topic

We would like to deep dive into the Application Management Services (AMS) portion of the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) offering portfolio in this installment of the HEC Services blog.  Application Management Services, or AMS,