Tutorials for the SAP Cloud SDK for Java

To give you a quick and easy start into developing with Cloud SDK for Java we created a set of comprehensive tutorials split into missions and groups for a convenient learning path. They'll help you kick-start your project and get you up to speed with the most frequent use-cases and valuable features of the SDK.

Tutorial Overview#

Tutorials can also be bundled into groups and missions. A group is a series of individual tutorials. A mission consists of groups and/or individual tutorials. In this way, you can carry out more extensive and meaningful learning experience. We recommend creating an account to keep track of your progress.

Missions#

Missions are the first point of contact if you want to familiarize yourself with the SAP Cloud SDK for Java and want to achieve certain goals.

Groups#

Groups are a collection of topic-based tutorials.

Groups for Neo#

Tutorials quick links#

Use the links below to quickly access direct to your favorite tutorial and refresh your knowledge.

  1. Set Up Your Local Infrastructure to Develop with SAP Cloud SDK#

    Set up your system to create an SAP Cloud Platform application with the SAP Cloud SDK.

  2. Create a Sample Application on Cloud Foundry Using SAP Cloud SDK#

    Create the very first Hello World example on Cloud Foundry using the SAP Cloud SDK.

  3. Connect to OData Service on Cloud Foundry Using SAP Cloud SDK#

    Protect your Java-based Hello World microservice with authenticated and authorized users.

  4. Introduce Resilience to your Application#

    Introduce resilience to your application using the SAP Cloud SDK.

  5. Introduce Caching to Your Application#

    Introduce caching to your application using the SAP Cloud SDK.

  6. Secure Your Application on SAP Cloud Platform Cloud Foundry#

    Protect your Java-based Hello World microservice with authenticated and authorized users.

  7. Develop an S/4HANA Extension Without a S/4HANA System#

    Learn about the mocking capabilities of the SAP Cloud SDK and how to test and develop your S/4HANA extension without an S/4HANA system.

  8. Create and Deep Insert with the Virtual Data Model for OData#

    Create and deep insert functionality for OData as supported by the SAP S/4HANA Cloud SDK.

  9. Consume Messages for Business Events from SAP S/4HANA Cloud#

    This deep dive focuses on how the SAP Cloud SDK simplifies the consumption of business events from SAP S/4HANA. It presents a sample application to demonstrate receiving and processing of business events using the Message VDM.

  10. Create Cloud Foundry App with Blockchain Features of SAP Cloud SDK#

    Learn how to create your first sample application on Cloud Foundry using the blockchain features of the SAP Cloud SDK.

  11. Extensibility, Type-Safe Expand, and Dependency Injection with the Virtual Data Model for OData#

    Use the latest features of the SAP Cloud SDK regarding extensibility, eager and type-safe expand as well as dependency injection with the Virtual Data Model for OData for any SAP S/4HANA system.

  12. Migrate an Existing Application to Version 3.0 of the Cloud SDK#

    Migrate an existing project to version 3.0 of the SAP Cloud SDK.

Tutorials quick links for Neo#

If you are interessted to use the SAP CLoud SDK for Neo.

  1. Set Up Your Local Infrastructure to Develop with SAP Cloud SDK#

    Set up your system to create an SAP Cloud Platform application with the SAP Cloud SDK.

  2. Create a Sample Application on SCP Neo Using SAP Cloud SDK#

    Create your very first Hello World sample application on SAP Cloud Platform Neo using the SAP Cloud SDK.

  3. Connect to OData service on Neo using SAP Cloud SDK#

    Create a basic Java project to call OData services using the SAP Cloud SDK on Neo.

Last updated on by Karsten Melato