Category: ODATA

Constructor in a Class

15 Introduction Focusing on the concept of the constructors in a class, we will discuss what is a constructor and its type with an example. So, a constructor can be understood as a special method in a class that is automatically called when an object is created. It does not require any explicit method call. […]

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How to Activate Services in SICF

41 Introduction SAP provides Internet Communication Framework (ICF) services that needs to be activated after your OData Service is registered and active. The ICF is an API service enables an ABAP program to communicate with the Internet. In our last article, we have activated our OData services, let us explore more about SICF nodes in […]

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What is SAP OData

51 Introduction If you plan to expose your SAP Data (Table or Query Data) to external environment like UI5/Fiori or HANA, then you need to push your data in a form of API. By API we mean, using OData we will generate a service link that can be accessed via internet and can be used […]

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What are Restful Web Services

34 Introduction In our previous article we have discussed what is an API. There are different types of API calls e.g. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Remote Procedure Call (RPC) and Representational State Transfer (REST). All these API calls have same purpose i.e. to transfer data securely among two or more systems. In this article […]

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How APIs work

28 Introduction Everything is online nowadays. From grocery website to online medical services, we can do anything and everything right from our home with the help of any electronic device such as laptop, PC or mobile. Have you ever wondered that how the App or the website you visit understands you and processes your payment. […]

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