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Configure Systems in Cloud Connector

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This tutorial shows you how to configure the Cloud Connector to connect your SAP S/4HANA system to SAP BTP.
You will learn
  • How to configure the Cloud Connector to connect your SAP S/4HANA system to SAP BTP
  • How to add subaccount, system mapping and resource
iwonahahnIwona HahnAugust 19, 2022
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December 7, 2021
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Prerequisites

  • Step 1

    The Cloud Connector serves as a link between SAP BTP applications and on-premise systems. It combines an easy setup with a clear configuration of the systems that are exposed to the SAP BTP. At the same time, the cloud connector lets you use existing on-premise assets without exposing the entire internal landscape. See Cloud Connector documentation for more details.

  • Step 2
    1. Open your Cloud Connector administration UI.

      • Adjust the port if you specified another one during the installation. You might have to use the external IP of your system.
      • You can find detailed information on installing the Cloud Connector and logging in to the administration UI in Install the Cloud Connector.
    2. Choose Add Subaccount.

      Add Subaccount
    3. Enter the required data in the Add Subaccount dialog and choose Save.

      Add Subaccount
      • You can look up the required data in SAP BTP cockpit.
      • For example, the field Subaccount requires the ID.
  • Step 3
    1. Choose Cloud to On-Premise on the left.

      Cloud to On-Premise
    2. Choose + on the right.

      System Mapping
    3. In the Add System Mapping dialog, select ABAP System from the dropdown list in the Backend Type field and choose Next.

      Select Backend Type
    4. Select HTTPS from the dropdown list in the Protocol field and choose Next.

      Select Protocol
    5. Enter your values for the fields Internal Host and Internal Port, and choose Next.

      Select Screen

      Tip for field values

      • Internal Host: this is the internal IP of your SAP S/4HANA system.
      • Internal Port: this is set to 44300 for HTTPS. However, you can look up the specific HTTPS port on your SAP S/4HANA system using the transaction SMICM.
    6. Enter your values for the fields Virtual Host and Virtual Port, and choose Next.

      Select Screen

      Tip for field values

      • It’s up to you what values to put in the fields Virtual Host and Virtual Port. We’ve provided exemplary values for your convenience.
    7. Select None for Principal Type and choose Next.

    8. Select Use Virtual Host for Host in Request Header and choose Next.

      Select Host
    9. (Optional) Add a Description for your system mapping and choose Next.

      Add Description
    10. Review the values, enable Check Internal Host, and choose Finish.

      Check values

    Which back-end type you need to choose for system mapping?

  • Step 4
    1. Make sure that your system is selected under section Mapping Virtual to Internal System and choose + under section Resources Of (in this example, s4h-cpapp:443).

      Button
    2. In the Add Resource dialog, insert / for URL Path.

    3. Set Access Policy to Path and All Subpaths.

    4. Enter a description for the resource (optional).

    5. Choose Save.

      Enter data

      The resource appears in the table.

      Added Resource
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