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SAP Cloud Connector -> From ERP to HCI/C4C


We installed Sap Cloud Connector and for Inbound is OK (C4C -> HCI -> SCC -> ERP).

We would like to use SCC for outbound (ERP -> SCC -> HCI -> C4C). is it possible?

In the documentation we see SCC like a single Gateway between Cloud and on-premise but in SAP ERP we don't have transcation to configure SCC but only Proxy Server.

Our customer haven't a Proxy and Customer would not publish or permit traffic directly from ERP to -> C4C.


1) is it possible the flow ERP-> SCC-> HCI-> C4C? In wich transaction on ERP I configure SCC

2) otherwise shall we install a Proxy Server? ERP -> Proxy -> HCI -> C4C

3) Can SCC be a Proxy or is it only a reverse proxy?

Thank you


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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2018 at 12:58 PM

    Hello Mario,

    1. Unfortunately, the only connection out via the SCC is a so called Service Channel to a cloud HANA database.
    2. You correct, you would need a proxy server to connect out via the SCC to C4C.
    3. I have been discussing this with SCC product management, because I have come accross your requirement before, but currently the SCC is a special kind of reverse proxy only.

    Best regards


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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2018 at 09:27 AM

    Mario Santoro do you know where I can find the "resources" (should be the SICF nodes from the erp-system) which have to be maintained in the SAP Cloud Connector for the connection c4c-->erp?

    We have installed the SCC but don't know which are the "standard" entries for the communication between c4c and erp.

    BR Tobias

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  • Posted on Mar 11 at 11:15 AM

    Hi Mario,

    do you have any documentation about inbound connection from C4C via SCC to ERP?

    Do you know it's possible for a data extraction to SAP BW too?

    Best Regards

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