Stock Transfer Part 1
12 December 2019 - 629 views
Developing inventory management tools requires a good understanding of SAP Business One API's. Many API's in the Service Layer documentation lack payload samples leaving developers to do their own research. This article aims to help developers understand the payload data that is required to create a stock transfer. Read more.
A simple and easy to use PHP library for SAP Business One Service Layer API. Read more.
A simple and easy to use Node.js library for SAP Business One Service Layer API. Read more.
This article is part 2 of PHP Service Layer Example. In the previous article, I explained how to initiate an authentication request to get a Service Layer session id and route id. In this article we use these details to execute a request to retrieve a list of business partners. Read more.
SAP Business One provides a REST Service Layer API which can be used to consume data and services. In this article, I explain how to use PHP to communicate with the Service Layer. Before getting started, ensure that you have the PHP CURL library installed and configured. If you are unfamiliar with the Service Layer, you should read my previous article Introduction To SAP Business One Service Layer
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The SAP Business One Service Layer is a REST based API that allows for consuming SAP Business One data and services. Built on HTTP and OData, it provides a uniform way to expose business objects. As a REST based service, it allows developers to develop applications in any programming language such as ASP, JAVA or PHP. Read more.
Updating Currency Rates
04 July 2017 - 2328 views
Currency rates in SAP Business One can be programmically updated using the SAP DI API. This article describes creating a simple console application, that will fetch currency rates from a data source and update currency rates in SAP B1. Read more.
What Is SAP DI API
21 June 2017 - 2599 views
The SAP DI API (Data Interface API) is part of the SAP Business One Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows developers to interact with the database. The API exposes objects and methods that can be used to read, write, update and delete data. The API is COM based, so there are .Net and Java interfaces. Read more.