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In this blog post we cover how to get started with SAP Analytics Cloud Embedded Edition.

A few weeks ago, adugarov posted a technical article on the SAP Community on the topic

In this blog post, we have embedded two hands-on tutorial videos where we show this in action.

Questions? Please post as comment.

Useful? Give us a like and share on social media.

Thanks!


Спасибо, Алексей!



Hands-On Video Tutorials


What You Will Learn


In two videos and a little under 15 minutes we show how to get started.

In the first video, we cover how to

  • Create a SAP BTP subaccount

  • Prepare the Cloud Foundry environment

  • Create a service instance for SAP Analytics Cloud Embedded Edition


In the second video, we demonstrate how to use SCIM REST API calls

  • To register an OAuth Client

  • Obtain an OAuth token

  • Create an SAC user




Playlist


For more video tutorials on the topic, check the playlist


Getting Started with SACEE


Create Service Instance


In this video tutorial we show how to create a service instance for SAP Analytics Cloud, embedded edition for the SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP).

https://youtu.be/L_0Xo2t_Yak

Time Markers


0:00 - Introduction

0:50 - Create new subaccount

1:30 - Service and entity assignment

2:30 - Enable Cloud Foundry, create org and space

3:10 - Create SACEE service instance

4:10 - Create service key

5:45 - Access URL

Resources


For the entry in the service catalog of the SAP Discovery Center with information about pricing, visit

For the onboarding series mentioned in the video, see




Getting Started with SACEE


Create User using SCIM API


In this video tutorial we show how to create a user for SAP Analytics Cloud, embedded edition using SCIM REST API calls and Postman.

https://youtu.be/8t6K-F8RReg

Time Markers


0:00 - Introduction

0:50 - Documentation

2:30 - Postman environment

3:45 - GET token

4:15 - Register OAuth client

4:35 - Tenant config

5:15 - Create user

6:00 - Connect to SAP Analytics Cloud, embedded edition

Environment Configuration


Map the following parameters from the service key file to the Postman environment



































Service Key Environment
uaa.url subaccounturl
uaa.clientid ClientID
uaa.clientsecret ClientSecret
sac_embedded_edition_service SACserviceFQDN
sac_embedded_edition_service_config SACtokenFQDN
tenant_uuid tenant_uuid
oauth_token_url oauth_token_url

Sample SAP Analytics Cloud, embedded edition service key



Sample initial environment. Note that only the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is used for the URL parameters without protocol (https://) and path (/api/v1).



Resources


For the getting started guide, the feature scope description and REST API documentation, visit the SAP Help Portal

For the API documentation and sandbox, visit the SAP API Business Hub

For the blog post about SCIM API best practices by matthew.shaw, see

For the getting started blog post by adugarov, see

You can download the sample code for Postman environment and collection from Alexey Dugarov on GitHub

 



Additional Resources


SAP Community


For the latest post and questions on the topic, follow the tag


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Over the years, for the SAP HANA Academy, SAP’s Partner Innovation Lab, and à titre personnel, I have written a little over 300 posts here for the SAP Community. Some articles only reached a few readers. Others attracted quite a few more.

For your reading pleasure and convenience, here is a curated list of posts which somehow managed to pass the 10k-view mile stone and, as sign of current interest, still tickle the counters each month.