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Hi,

We are trying to integrate an External system directly to Cloud for Customer but our preference would be on using REST web service without using HCI or PI. The call/initiation should come from the external system since it would provide the initial data ( i.e. leads, contacts) to be used in C4C. Unfortunately, I haven't seen any guides or function for this. Current options I can see are:

- C4C initiates the REST webservice (using WebServiceUtilities in Cloud App Studio) to an external system

- External System using SOAP webservice to initiate the update/creation of data in C4C.

Is there a way where we can use REST webservice from an external system to update C4C directly?

Regards,

Jeffry

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2015 at 09:01 PM

    Hello Jeffry

    pl check the odata details for C4C in the following document.

    https://websmp110.sap-ag.de/~sapidb/012002523100010807922015E/C4C_ODATA_SERVICE.pdf

    it is available in service market place.

    C4C Odata service supports the http methods like post and put which should work for your use case.

    Prabhat

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2015 at 07:04 PM

    Hello Jeffry

    Yes - C4C supports OData services. There is a odata workbench in C4C you can use to model the service you need. In this blog SAP Cloud for Customer Integration with ERP and CRM: How-to Guides and E-Learning there is a section on API's and in that a section on OData.

    Will your external application work with OData, which is a REST service?

    Please keep us posted, we are trying to post more examples of OData usage and perhaps there could be a blog on what you're doing once you get a little further along.

    -ginger

    @Prabhat Raman - FYI

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