Initial Configuration

The initial configuration describes the major steps for a basic customizing of the SAP Collector. 

Customizing

The following steps are describing the easiest possible customizing to check if the collector is working properly. Instead of using the tables direclty the program /APPS/ONE_IMG can be used as well for the customizing.

Define Connection Types
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_CON_TY in input field and choose maintain to define the connection types. Type W are supported by default.
  2. Create the entry as shown below
Define Connection Type Fields
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_CON_F in input field and choose maintain to define field for the connection types. The fields shown are obligatory; missing fields will lead to an exception.
  2. Create the entry as shown below
Connection type field values
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_CON_FV in input field and choose maintain to define field values for the connection types. The field values shown are obligatory; missing fields will lead to an exception.
  2. Create the entry as shown below (adjust as needed)


If you don't have a LOG_PORT yet created, please check belows steps, where the document describes how to create a logical port

Instance
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE in input field and choose maintain to define an instance.
  2. Create a new entry as shown below and save (change values as needed, especially Company Id and Company Password, you can find both values on the "Get started" section on one.sitrion.com)
Decisions
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_DEC in input field and choose maintain
  2. Create new entries as shown to define the decision alternatives. (change and translate entries as needed, translations should be made for every workflow receiver language)


The entry without specifying a task ID will be used as fallback in case no proper entry is found. An error only occurs in case no entry is found and no fallback is customized.

Users
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_USER in input field and choose maintain
  2. Create new entries if needed


If no entry is made, the user filter is excluded, which means, every user would get processed.

Tasks
  1. Call transaction SM31 and enter /APPS/ONE_TASK in input field and choose maintain
  2. Create a new entry as shown below and save (change values as needed)

Logical Port (pre EHP6)

The following steps are showing the configuration for a logical port in SAP. This defines the connection between SAP and web services, which is built into the Hub. The logical port can be configured by using the transaction SOAMANAGER.

Helpful infomation around the SOAMANAGER can be found here:
Active Services in SICF
Configuring Web Services in SOA Manager

SOAMANAGER

After executing the transaction a browser window opens and shows the following screen. Use tab Application and Scenario Communication and choose "Single Service Administration"

Web Service Configuration
  1. Search by "ConsumerProxy"
  2. Search Pattern "ICardService" (case sensitive)
  3. Click "Go"


This should show the following entry:

Create Logical Port

Select the entry in the screen above and click "Apply Selection". The area which is shown below appears, choose the "Configurations" tab and click "Create Logical Port"

Logical Port Settings
  1. Define a logical port name (this name is the name, which is customized in the table /APPS/ONE_CON_FV, field LOG_PORT on connection type "W")
  2. Enter a description of your choice
  3. Provide the URL to the Hub webservice. The URL will be similar to this: http://10.56.102.68:8095/CardService.svc?singleWsdl, you'll have of course to replace the IP by your IP or hostname.
Finalizing the logical port configuration

Once you applied the settings on the screen before, you just have to Save your configuration by clicking "Save". Now you've a new logical port, which you've to provide to the ONE customizing table /APPS/ONE_CON_FV, field LOG_PORT on connection type "W"

Logical Port (EHP6 and EHP7)

The following steps are showing the configuration for a logical port in SAP. This defines the connection between SAP and web services, which is built into the Hub. The logical port can be configured by using the transaction SOAMANAGER.

Helpful infomation around the SOAMANAGER can be found here:
Active Services in SICF
Configuring Web Services in SOA Manager

SOAMANAGER

After executing the transaction a browser window opens and shows the following screen. Use tab Service Administration and choose "Web Service Configuration"

Web Service Configuration
  1. Search by "ConsumerProxy"
  2. Search Pattern "ICardService"
  3. Click "Go"


This should show the following entry:

Configurations

By clicking the above found entry, you have to switch to the "Configurations" tab. and Create a new Logical Port based on "WSDL Based Configuration"

Logical Port Name

Define a logical port name (this name is the name, which is customized in the table /APPS/ONE_CON_FV, field LOG_PORT on connection type "W") and a description of your choice.

WSDL Information

Provide the URL to the Hub webservice. The URL will be similar to this: http://mycardwebserviceserver:8095/CardService.svc?singleWsdl, you'll have of course to replace the IP by your IP or hostname.

Finalizing the logical port configuration

The following screens can just be confirmed with "Next" until you reach the "HTTPSettings" screen.

HTTP Settings

Please validate the computer name of access URL. This should be the host name or IP of the machine where the webservice is running.

Finalizing the logical port configuration

The following screens can just be confirmed with "Next" until you reach the final screen, which you can confirm with "Finish".

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