SAPB1 Services (Magic xpi 3.x)

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SAPB1 Services (Magic xpi 3.x)

When you configure SAPB1 2004, SAPB1 2005, SAPB1 2007, or SAPB1 8.8 as a service, you need to define the following parameters (parameters in bold are mandatory):



SAPB1 Resources

This read-only field shows the SAPB1 resources that you want to connect to. The SAPB1 resources contain the connection details that enable you to connect to SAPB1 databases. You can select these resources by clicking the Resources button (see below).

Trace Objects

This read-only field shows which objects' changes you want to monitor with the service. You can select these objects by clicking the Objects button (see below).

Polling Interval

Defines how often the SAPB1 service checks for new operations.

In addition, the following buttons are available when you configure SAPB1 2004, SAPB1 2005, SAPB1 2007, or SAPB1 8.8 as a service:




Opens the SAP B1 Multi Resources List. This list contains the SAPB1 resources that you defined in the Resource Repository. Select the required resources.


Opens the SAP B1 Trace Objects Configuration dialog box. Click New to open the New Trace Object Definition dialog box.

Select an object from the drop-down list, check the boxes next to the operations that you want to assign to the object, and click OK. Repeat this process for each trace object that you want to add to the service.

When you have added the required trace objects in the SAPB1 Trace Objects Configuration dialog box, click OK.


Creates a stored procedure in the SAPB1 database. The stored procedure is based on the objects that you selected when you clicked the Objects button (above).

When you have defined the required parameters, click OK to save your settings and to exit the dialog box. Alternatively, you can click Cancel to exit the dialog box without saving the settings.


To monitor changes in the same object that are located in different SAP databases, you can define multiple connections to different databases. You should then select the relevant connections only, or select the All Resources check box. This instructs the trigger to use all of the connections that you have defined.