OData & SAP Netweaver Gateway

Expose CDS View as an OData Service

ABAP on SAP HANA: Part XV. Expose CDS Views as OData Service through Annotation

Would you be surprised if we say, OData Services can be created without going to transaction SEGW?

You heard it right. CDS Views can be exposed as OData Services with just one magical Annotation line.

CDS itself was already powerful and with this feature it is like cherry on top of the icing.

Please check how we can create an OData Service from a CDS View, Register and Consume it in just 7 steps.

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OData and SAP Netweaver Gateway. Part VIII. SAP’s Love for OData – a Tale of the Friendly ABAPer

Do you know why SAP looked for OData solution?

Have you been providing Point to Point solutions to your client?

RFCs and BAPIs. Are they not the preferred interfacing technique anymore?

Linkin has provided a very narrative and easy to understand article. He reveals the tough concepts in a fluent story telling technique. Enjoy this wonderful eye opening session on SAP OData.


Debugging in SAP OData and SAP Netweaver Gateway Services

OData and SAP Netweaver Gateway. Part VII. Debugging, Trace, Cache Cleanup and F4 Help

Do you know how to set the Debugger in OData Service URI?

Do you know how to Trace the OData Service calls?

Do you know how to clean the OData Cache so that the OData Service change is effective?

Do you know how to apply F4 Help on OData properties?.

If the answer to any one of the above is “No”, then you would like to check this practical article written by a Big Blue veteren.



What is CRUD Operation?

OData and SAP Netweaver Gateway. Part V. CRUD Operations in OData Services

Create, Read, Update and Delete are the basic Operations which any application would need. ABAPers have been performing these activities in almost all developments they work. But we did not call them CRUD specifically.

While working in SAP Netweaver Gateway and OData Services, the jargon “CRUD” is very commonly used.

Let us plunge deep into these “CRUD” Operations and swim ourselves safely to the shores.