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Creating an SAP Table connection

    1. Click Administrator > Connections, and then click New Connection to create a connection.
    The New Connection page appears.
    2. Enter a name for the SAP Table connection.
    Connection names can contain alphanumeric characters, spaces, and the following special characters: _ . + -
    Connection names are not case sensitive.
    3. Enter a description for the connection.
    The description can have a maximum length of 255 characters.
    4. Select SAP Table Connector as the connection type.
    The SAP Table Connector Connection Properties section appears.
    5. Select the name of the runtime environment where you want to run the tasks.
    6. Enter an SAP user name with the appropriate user authorization.
    7. Enter the SAP password.
    8. Enter the SAP client number.
    9. Enter the language code that corresponds to the SAP language.
    10. Enter the complete path to the sapnwrfc.ini file.
    11. Enter the destination entry that you specified in the sapnwrfc.ini file for the SAP application server.
    12. Enter a range of HTTP port numbers that you can use.
    13. Select Test Streaming, to test the connection with both RFC and HTTP protocol. Clear the field to test the connection with HTTP protocol.
    14. Select Https Connectionto connect to SAP through HTTPS protocol.
    15. Enter the absolute path to the JKS keystore file.
    16. To specify the destination keystore password as the Keystore Password, type the destination password specified for the .JKS file while creating the OpenSSL certificate.
    17. To specify the source keystore password as the Private Key Password, type the export password specified for the .P12 file while creating the OpenSSL certificate.
    18. Click Test Connection to test the SAP Table connection using HTTP protocol.
    19. Click Save to save the connection.