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@sap/cds-odata-v2-adapter-proxy deployed to CF

Dear CAP Experts,

I've created a sample CAP application bookshop_odatav2 based on the bookshop scenario. After some adaptations, the application has been deployed successfully to Cloud Foundry and works as expected.

Then I added the @sap/cds-odata-v2-adapter-proxy as indicated in the package readme file:

### CDS combined backend (Node.js) - integrated
In your existing `@sap/cds` project:
- Run `npm install @sap/cds-odata-v2-adapter-proxy -s`

- Create new file `server.js` in the service folder `srv` of your project: `./srv/server.js`

"use strict"; 
const cds = require("@sap/cds");
const proxy = require("@sap/cds-odata-v2-adapter-proxy");
cds.on("bootstrap", app => app.use(proxy()));
module.exports = cds.server;

That works fine when running locally, so http://localhost:4004/catalog/Authors produces an OData v4 output and http://localhost:4004/v2/catalog/Authors a v2 output, but doesn't work after deploying it to Cloud Foundry, cause the output is always in OData v4.

Is there anything else to do to deploy the app an get a v2 output when running on cloud foundry?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Marc

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    Posted on Mar 30 at 04:54 PM

    Please check out how I start the V2 proxy in my bookshop-demo project.

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    • Hi Gregor,

      thanks four your input. I get the same error than in the topic mentioned above. The problem was solved there by switching to a different version of cds and the v2 proxy. I just updated all the dependencies to the current version and still get the error. My config:

      @sap/cds: 3.34.1
      @sap/cds-compiler: 1.26.2
      @sap/cds-dk: 1.8.2       
      @sap/cds-foss: 1.2.0
      @sap/cds-odata-v2-adapter-proxy: 1.4.30
      @sap/cds-reflect: 2.11.0
      @sap/cds-runtime: 1.1.1
      Node.js: v12.14.0

      I will try with diffenret versions and open an issue.

      Best Regards,

      Chris

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