Product Training How to Monitor SAP Events for Real-Time Automation

See how easy it is to integrate SAP event monitoring into your existing Universal Automation Center (UAC) workflows.

Product Training: How to Monitor SAP Events for Real-Time Automation

The SAP Event History Monitor integration helps Stonebranch customers enhance SAP event-based scheduling workflows. It starts by querying the SAP event history table for the selected SAP event and parameter. If the event is found, it’s confirmed so that the monitor doesn't trigger again, and it launches a task based on the event (in SAP or Universal Controller).

Key points covered in the demonstration include:

  • An overview of the SAP Event History Monitor and how it integrates into a business process workflow
  • How to launch any kind of task or workflow each time an event occurs in SAP
  • How to start a business process based on an SAP event
  • How to trigger an SAP event (in SAP or UAC)

Note: The SAP Event History Monitor integration is available for download in the Stonebranch Integration Hub.

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