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SAP Cloud Platform Cockpit Destination Check fails

Dec 26, 2017 at 06:22 AM


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Dear experts,

I'm trying to get past the step in this tutorial. So far all worked until that point. When I check the destination I created "psapi" with "AppToAppSSO" then the message says (since 2 days) - what can I do?

Failure reason: "Could not check at the moment. Please try again later"
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Richard Zhao
Dec 27, 2017 at 07:46 AM

Hello, Gunter. I can reproduce this issue. I guess there must be something wrong with this test service. so the service has been closed. If you just want to do the trail, It doesn't really matter to skip this step. go ahead, please.

If you want to try another destination. you could use the configuration below to do the test.

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Good day and happy new year to you Richard,

apologies for the very delayed reply, I think I don't get notifications if someone answers :-)

Well in fact it matters as there is no connection from the WebIDE (or to be more precise from the developed app) to the predictive service. I still get this error message and as a matter of fact I can't make the tutorials work with this destination. The predictive service as well as the HANA DB are up and running and testing it from the browser with Postman works fine.

That's how my neo-app.json has it defined:

		"path": "/ps",
		"target": {
			"type": "destination",
			"name": "psapi"
		"description": "SAP Predictive Services Destination"

Kind regards,



Hello, Gunter. How did you call this destination in your app? What's URL Path of the service did you use?

This is an example of how to call a service by using destination. I declare a destination called northwind and the path which I will use in the program is "/odataService".

"routes": [
      "path": "/odataService",
      "target": {
        "type": "destination",
        "name": "northwind",
      "description": "OData Service"

Check it out, The serviceUrl: "/odataService".

Init: function() {
	var oModel = new sap.ui.model.odata.v2.ODataModel({
		serviceUrl: "/odataService",