Adding Authentication Details for Apps
To create an actual connection in real time, the agent needs to know the credentials which let it pass the data to the actual Apps.
This document illustrates the procedure of filling the credentials to have a successful connection.
Let’s take an example of configuring SAP to Magento connection:
Step 1: Click on any one of the connections to provide the credentials.
Step 2: Provide the credentials of Magento. The following details need to be added to our application.
i) Base URL: Use the frontend URL for your Magento installation.
ii) WebServices User ID: Enter the user id which has permission to access Magento web services.
iii) API Key: Put either password or the API key to connect Magento service.
iv) Timeout: Use timeout to put the timeout seeding for request processing. You can keep it 0 as default.
Step 3: You can Validate and Save connections. When the data is valid “Test Successful” message will be shown.
Step 4: Click on SAP tab to configure the SAP credentials.
i) Enter your Database details & Company details.
ii) SAPEvent XML File Path: Create a folder inside SAP B1 installation folder (generally inside C:\Program Files directory) and put the path in the Configuration section.
iii) SAP Image File Path: Finally, create another folder inside SAP B1 installation folder (generally inside C:\Program Files directory) and put the path in the Configuration section. This is the folder where you will store all the images related to your products.
Step 5: Finally, Validate connection and “Save”.
If you look at the Sync Panel, you will see the connection which you have already configured is turned green.
Do the same process again for every connection you have created. If you face any issue, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.