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IBP key figure data extract using Odata service

All,

We have requirement to pull the IBP KF and MDT data from IBP to Power BI using Odata service.

I went over the help document to get the format on how to construct the API query to pull the data but i was not able to find the example API query which uses the new /IBP/EXTRACT_ODATA_SRV OData service.

Link: https://help.sap.com/viewer/da797ae2bf6246d58abd417f24915d55/2005/en-US/77e394ba87cb4b3b9860c98a3f4df47e.html

Can someone please help with the KBA or sample API on how we can pull the data from IBP to Power BI using Odata service.

Thanks,

Adam

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2020 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Adam,

    This OData service for KF and master data extraction is exposed via the SAP_COM_0143 communication scenario. You need to set up the below(Fiori App) in IBP before you can consume ODATA in Power BI.

    Step 1 - Define Communication User

    Step 2 - Communication System

    Step 3 - Communication Arrangement

    Finally, go to the Global Configuration app in SAP IBP to enable the planning area for external extraction using OData services. Add the PLANNING AREA parameter under the FLEXQUERY parameter group.

    Refer to KBA for details https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2736206

    Configuring IBP to Set Up User - Help SAP

    Once you have completed the configuration you can Navigate to Get Data • OData feed in the Power BI to consume the service.

    Thanks

    Ajay

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