Managing integrated SAP systems

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Managing integrated SAP systems


With the Bizagi SAP connector, you can integrate your SAP ERP systems from Bizagi processes.

Bizagi lets you manage information of the external systems and applications integrated in the Processes for testing or production environment, as described at External systems administration.


SAP connection parameters

Edit the connection parameters of your SAP system by locating the SAP connector item in the External systems module.

Right-click the properties of your given SAP connector configuration:




If any of these parameters changes in your SAP system, you can edit them in Bizagi for your specific environment (test or production).


These parameters are relevant to your integration with SAP:

Application Server Host: The IP address or name of your server hosting your SAP system.

Client: The number of the client accessing the SAP system.

Idle timeout: The timeout in seconds for idle connections.

By default, you can assign a value of 600.

Language: The 2-letter ISO code that represents the language setting (as input when accessing SAP through SAP Logon).

Peak connections limit: The maximum number of connections you allow through the SAP connector.

By default, you can assign a value of 10 connections.

Pool size: The number of connections that will be handled for reuse.

By default, you can assign a value of 5.


Once you complete the connectivity details, click Test connection. to make sure that the connection is successful.




If there is an error when validating the information, the pop up window shows the corresponding error.




Review the inputted information and try again. Once your connection is successful, click ok.