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Cloud Connector SAP S/4 HANA

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How can we get to know whether cloud connector is installed in on premise system or not.? which config i should be look into to know more details . I am not looking for a local cloud connector(https://localhost:8443/)


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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2018 at 11:01 PM

    Hi Pawan

    The SAP Cloud Connector is used to connect SAP Cloud Platform accounts with onPremise systems.

    A good way to see if you have any cloud connector running, is to look into your SAP Cloud Platform account, under Connectivity -> Cloud Connectors. There you will be able to see if you have installed and configured a cloud connector for your SCP account.

    If your S/4 HANA is a cloud one, you should have a cloud connector hosted by SAP (HEC). If you don't know or don't remember, you can open a incident under BC-MID-SCC asking for assistance.

    Let me know if you have any more questions.


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    • Hi Pawan

      The cloud connector should be installed in a machine inside your corporate network.

      You should be able to connect to it using a hostname inside your network.
      The user/password you can use the default one "Administrator", or you can enable the LDAP settings, so you can have more users.

      But there is no transaction in the ABAP or S/4hana that check if there is a SCC in the network.
      So, for the future colleagues, it is best for you to create a wiki page, with the scc location and user/password for it.