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How to access IoT MMS data from HCP HANA XS instance on C4A?

Hello Experts,

How can I access IoT data (by creating HANA Views on IoT MMS tables - NEO*) in C4A in case I want to build analytics on top of sensors. I have built IoT tables but they reside in HANA XS (<shared>) instance on my HCP trial account.

I have gone through this blog(The New Age of Analytics – HCP && C4A) which talks about linking HANA MDC <trial> database to C4A.

It would be wonderful to have access to IoT data as well on C4A to show smart graphics on top of sensors data directly.

Could you please suggest how to achieve this?

Thanks,

Megha

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2016 at 03:10 PM

    Hi Mehga,

    Its the exact same steps in that blog.

    Once you have your analytical view created based on your IoT data (defined in the HCP web IDE), you need to create a HANA Proxy connection to that analytical view in Cloud For Analytics (Step 19).

    HTH

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    Posted on Apr 04, 2016 at 05:32 AM

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 04:46 PM

    Hi Megha, were you able to get this working? If so, can you please close out this question? Thank you, John

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