SAP AppGyver BTP Destinations Integration
  • 15 Nov 2022
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SAP AppGyver BTP Destinations Integration

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BTP Destinations enable you to use SAP Systems as the Data resource in SAP AppGyver. Due to a direct connection to the SAP Authentication services, the integration does not require access configuration.

Creating a project

Open the SAP AppGyver Subscription in BTP Cockpit.

Accessing the SAP AppGyver subscription

Create a new AppGyver Project.

Creating an SAP AppGyver Project

SAP BTP Authentication

Next, to make it possible to seemingly use BTP Integrations, you have to enable SAP Authentication for your app.

Navigate to the 'Auth' tab and click on 'Enable Authentication'. Choose 'SAP BTP authentication' from the three options and confirm your choice in a pop-up. Click on 'Save BTP configuration' to enable the authentication.

SAP Auth

Adding Data endpoints

Navigate to the 'Data' tab. You should see the following view:

Data View

Click 'Add Integration' and choose 'BTP Destinations'. From here, you should see all available connections, including ones configured by you*. In further two sections you will find example cases of configuring the integrations. The process is similar/same for other connections.

*Destinations configured with the HTML5.DynamicDestination = true & AppgyverEnabled = true tags.

BTP Destinations

Example Case 1: Integrate with S/4 HANA Cloud

The S/4 Hana instance should include a IsCatalog = true metadata prop to be available.

Choose 'catalog_onpremise_basic (S/4 HANA Cloud)' from the list of options and look for 'Bank' via the Search bar above.


Click 'Browse Data' to enter data visualization view.

Browse Data

Here, you can optionally add or modify data entries before installing the integration. To add a new entry, click on the 'New Record' button in the top right corner. Fill in the fields and press on 'Save Record'. To Delete a record, scroll to the bottom of the properties and press 'Delete'. Upon finalizing the configuration, close the view.

Adding a new record

Click 'Install Integration' and 'Enable Data Entity'.


Example Case 2: Direct OData Integration

Choose 'Northwind' from the list of services.


Select 'Products' from the 'Data entities' list


Optionally Add/Modify data via the 'Browse Data' view. Click 'Install Integration' and 'Enable Data Entity'.


Using the BTP Integration

The easiest way to utilize the configured BTP Integration is to use a Data Component. Install a 'Basic list' from the Component Market. You can do so by searching it via the name ('Basic List'), or the sharing token: B04nyWpatmoJ7P4YrEq2Mw.

Basic List

Upon installing, you will find it under the 'Installed' tab above the Component Market. Drag it onto the view canvas.


In the 'Properties' tab on the right, click 'Configure' to enter a Data Component configuration view. It allows you to map the fields of the component with the fields from the installed integration without having to enable data variables nor configuring any logic.

Begin the configuration by choosing a Data resource. In this case, 'Products' refers to the OData integration, and 'MasterData' is S/4 HANA.

Data Resources

Here, connect the Data Resource fields on the left to Component's fields on the right via dragging them to a desired location. Note, that only fields of the same data type (i.e text or number) can be connected together.

Matching the fields

In the 'Properties' tab, set the required 'Authentication' field to 'Object with properties', and set 'Authentication type' to be public:


Save and Exit the configuration via the breadcrumb button in the top right corner. Preview the app and you should be presented with the data.

Additional content

Check out the Using BTP Authentication and Destinations with SAP AppGyver blog on SAP Community!

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