1. Daniel Giugliano
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Dear, I need to pass the SAP Business One SDK applications, from DI-API to SAP ServiceLayer HANA, someone has worked with that from PowerBuilder

 

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Estimados , requiero pasar las aplicaciones de SAP Business ONE SDK , desde DI-API a SAP ServiceLayer , alguien a trabajado con esto, desde PowerBuilder

 

Daniel Giugliano

 

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Dear,

Really a great start is to get the example that was given in ELEVATE 2018
It would be enough to start. I do not know if this example is available.
I do not know if Giuseppe Moglia is APPEON?

 

Daniel Giugliano

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  1. Friday, 14 June 2019
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Dear David,

Thanks for your attention,


I really need to have an example of how to integrate powerbuilder applications with SAP Business One (on SAP HANA)

I have been told that Giuseppe Moglia, from Appeon has done something similar, I do not know if that can help you to get the example
what am I waiting for,

He knows it, it is possible to communicate with him. and save your time.

Daniel Giugliano

 

 

 

 

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I agree with Daniel that you may be best off to contact Giuseppe Moglia. At a high level, it is my understanding that integrating with SAP Business One is through REST Web APIs, and PB 2017/2019 supports REST Web APIs.
  1. Armeen Mazda
  2. Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Thanks Armeen

I guess Daniel should cut out the middle man and talk to Giuseppe directly.
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  1. Wednesday, 12 June 2019
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Hi

I've had a quick read of the API documentation and cannot find any code examples in C++ which it says it supports. You need to find some code examples and then convert that thinking into the PB world. Cracking this first step is always difficult, but my guess is that people have not done this yet.

Good luck

David

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  1. Wednesday, 12 June 2019
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