Set Up SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing
- How to subscribe to SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing trial on SAP BTP
- How to set up roles and authorizations
- How to create service instances and service keys
- You have registered for a trial account on SAP BTP.
- You should be familiar with the SAP BTP trial landscape and terminology (see Take a Tour of SAP BTP Trial).
- You have a subaccount in the Cloud Foundry environment, with Microsoft Azure as provider and the Singapore region (AP21).
In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing including its services.
With SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing, you can calculate effective sales prices in your sales channel applications by applying promotional rules. You drive a seamless buying experience because you provide the same calculation based on the same promotion and price data across all sales channels.
- Step 1
In the SAP BTP trial, enter your trial account. You trial account must be in the Singapore - Azure region.
Navigate to your subaccount. It is usually named
In the navigation pane, open Services > Service Marketplace.
Search for SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing (Trial) and click on the tile.
In the popup, the service and plan are preselected for you. Choose Create to subscribe to the application.
Once the subscription is finished, you can choose the three dot symbol °°° and Go to Application in the Application Plans section to make configuration settings in the Configure Omnichannel Promotion Pricing app.
Is it sufficient to subscribe to SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing in order to use the complete functionality?
- Step 2
In order to use the apps provided with SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing, you must create a role collection and assign users to it. With the Configure Omnichannel Promotion Pricing app, you can maintain various parameters to influence the behavior of the Calculation service. With the Maintain Promotions app, you can create promotional rules and define, for example, eligibilities and rewards. Using the apps is not part of the tutorials.
Navigate back to your subaccount.
In the navigation pane, choose Security > Role Collections.
Select the + icon to create a new role collection.
Enter a name and description and choose Create.
Select the role collection you’ve just created from the list and choose Edit.
Under Role Name, select
Maintain_OPPSfrom the dropdown list.
Assign User or User Groups to your role collection and choose Save.
- Step 3
Navigate to your subaccount and the space in which you want to create the service instances.
To save you some clicks, do the following steps in your space. You can also do this in your subaccount but then you have to provide further information.
In the navigation pane, choose Services > Service Marketplace.
promotion. This will display all four Promotion Pricing services. The following services are offered with SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing:
Choose the tile of the Promotion Pricing, Calculation service.
In the popup, most options are already preselected for you. Just enter a name for your instance and choose Create.
Repeat substeps 3 - 6 with the Promotion Pricing, Data Access and Promotion Pricing, Data Upload services.
You can skip the Promotion Pricing, Administration service. It is not needed in a trial scenario.
How many service instances do you have to at least create for your trial scenario?
- Step 4
Navigate to the space in which you have created your service instances.
In the navigation pane, choose Services > Instances.
Select the instance you have just created.
Choose the three dot symbol °°° and Create Service Key.
In the popup, enter a name for the service key and choose Create.
Repeat the above substeps for the remaining Promotion Pricing services.
After you have created the service key, click the three dot symbol °°° next to the name of your service key and choose View. This displays the parameters of the service key, which you need to configure the SAP API Business Hub to fill the solution with your data (see highlighted areas in the screenshot). This step is part of the basic tutorial.
Service keys contain authentication- and authorization-related content and have to be handled securely.
Your service key will look something like this:
You have now successfully set up your SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing trial on SAP BTP. You can proceed with the basic tutorial to apply a simple promotion with SAP Omnichannel Promotion Pricing to calculate the effective sales price.
- Step 5