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Configure BTP Destinations in SAP Build Process Automation

Configure BTP Destinations in SAP Build Process Automation to securely store sensitive information.
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  • How to create Destinations in BTP for SAP Build Process Automation
  • Add Destinations to Process Automation
chaitanya-priya-puvvadaChaitanya Priya PuvvadaDecember 22, 2022
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November 20, 2022


  • Subaccount Administrator role to create Destinations in SAP Business Technology platform.

Destinations are predefined endpoints used in the Business Technology Platform (or BTP). Destinations allow you to securely store sensitive information used to connect to a system, such as client credentials, keys, or certificates in the BTP.

  • Step 1
    1. Navigate to Settings page in SAP Process tenant.

    2. Choose Destinations.

    3. Choose Open in BTP Cockpit.

      This Button is visible if you have an IRPA Officer role.

      Open BTP Cockpit

      You will be navigated to the Destinations page of SAP Business Technology Platform.

    4. Choose New Destination.

    5. Enter the details for the Destination. Refer to Managing Destinations for more information.

    6. Add the property sap.processautomation.enabled as true to view the destination in the SAP Process Automation tenant.

      New Destination

    What is the destination parameter to be added to view the BTP destination in SAP Process Tenant ?

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  • Step 2
    1. Navigate to Settings>Destinations>New Destination.

    2. Select the name of the destination that you created in Step 1 and choose Add.

      New Destination

      The Destination is successfully added to SAP Process Tenant.

      Successful Destination
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  • Step 3

    The destination can be accessed in the Business Process project by creating an Environment variable of the type Destination.

    Create a Business Process from the Lobby. After creating the Business Process, create the Environment variable of type Destination.

    1. Navigate to Settings>Environment Variables.

    2. Create an Environment Variable of type Destination.

      Environment Variable

      The Destination can be accessed successfully in your Business Process Project.

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