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Blogs by

Paul Todd

Recently I was working with a customer and they wanted to log the user that launched the iFlow. This was unfortunately far from obvious and is not something that any of us have seen before.

One of the common requests we have seen is to be able to test SAP API’s in the Business Hub from the browser. For example to access the Employee Employment info we can call https://sandbox.api.sap.com/successfactors/odata/v2/EmpEmployment

In the previous posting (http://scn.sap.com/blogs/pault/2016/05/24/reading-the-user-info-from-an-external-application) we created an application that would get the user details via the documented UserData API. This little application was simple but showed how to easily get the logged in user

This may not be the approved way as I have yet to find an approved way to do this so if anyone has a better way please leave it in the comments. In the previous

One of the problems I am starting to see frequently is that developers need to get the information of the currently logged in user. This is documented in the UserAPI (SAP HANA Cloud Platform) on

Introduction   One of the issues we are seeing in mobile is that there is a move to frequently but not always connected applications. Unfortunately there there is a knowledge gap not just around online

Recently the HCI Team introduced the ability to add security artifacts via the HCI cockpit. This is great news as previously this was one of the core issues that forced Eclipse to be used. With

In the previous installment Building your first iFlow – Part 6: Identifying issues tracing was used to see how the HCI engine processed data at each step of the integation process. This yielded very good

In the previous installment Building your first iFlow – Part 5: Completing the iFlow the integration flow was built, deployed and set to run daily. In the final installment of the series we will be

In the previous instalment Building your first iFlow – Part 4: Configuring your credentials we built an integration process and configured receiving the data and forwarding the response. The actual step for performing the processing