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Odata v4 support in SCP Provisioning scenario

Jun 21, 2017 at 08:06 AM

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Hello,

Once we setup a Odata service in the Web IDE environment for SAPUI5 we get a bug "Odata version 4 is not supported". But our backend aplication in CF based on .NET core comes only in Odata version v2. How to proceed next??

When will Odata v4 be supported in SAPUI5 with SCP provisioning scenario?

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Yuval Morad
Jun 28, 2017 at 08:37 AM
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Hi

We plan the support of OData V4 till end of the year.

Regards

Yuval

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Yuval Morad
Sep 10, 2017 at 03:14 PM
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In the Web IDE multicloud version you can already create an HTML5 module based on OData V4.

Service can be consumed from internet as a service URL or from current project as a deployed service in CF

You can maintain the view it using layout editor.

Run the application from Web IDE in Neo environment

Deploy it to CF and run the app on CF

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Thanks a lot Yuval!

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Jun 29, 2017 at 08:16 AM
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Hi Michal,

1. Can you tell exactly in which step you are getting the error?

2. If you think that your service is OData v2, but still getting this error - we could check. Possible to send across the (sample) metadata?

And as Yuval said, v4 is not yet supported - so if it is v4 service, the error is right.

Regards, Om

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Dear Om, I am working with Michal on this and indeed, in this case the service is an OData V4 service exposed by .NET Core buildpack on SCP CF. For that reason we cannot use OData V2 - as .NET CORE build pack only supports OData V4.

Is is possible to further clarify aproximate timeline for supporting OData V4 in Web IDE? any chance it might show up earlier this year already? Or is there any chance to participate in some kind of early beta test / ramp-up for this capability?

Thanks in advance, appreciate any details you can share with us.

Pavel

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