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Expose oData service created in CPI in API Management


The scenario is:

1. oData Service is created and deployed in CPI (Productive Tenant)

2. Expose this oData service in SAP APIM (Trial account)

I have created an API provider in SAP APIM which created a destination. While testing the connection, I am getting "404: Not found".

API Provider:

While creating API, I am getting below error;

I have referred to below blog ""

Please guide me where things are wrong.



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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2018 at 12:48 AM

    Hi Tushar,

    I think that we may need to revamp the guide a little bit, as there is some unclarity. In order to create an API Provider connecting to your CPI tenant you must use the following configuration:


    -tmn. .

    replacing the items in brackets with your particularities.

    Then set

    Service Collection URL: /gw/CATALOGSERVICE/ServiceCollection

    Assuming that is configured correctly, you will be able to discover your OData service assuming it was deployed successfully in your CPI tenant.

    I hope this helps.



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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2018 at 04:41 AM

    Hello Tushar,

    Just to add to what Elijah has written above, we also need to check that both the instance CPI and APIM are either in trial or in a production environment.

    What I see above is you are using your trial for APIM and productive instance for CPI which I guess is a problem.



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