How can we use make to connect with on-prem versions of SAP like SAP ECC and SAP B1
Currently, the best way of achieving this is by using a “tunnelling” service such as Ngrok. This has an on-premise component that communicates with an Ngrok SaaS component to expose an on-premise API externally, and adds authentication and other good stuff that you’d want for a public API endpoint.
As long as there’s a SOAP or REST API endpoint available on-premise, Ngrok can provide that as a service for Make scenarios.
Ngrok has a free tier for development purposes.
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Thank you for your reply, can you share any documentation on real-life use cases available? I have signed up on ngrock but the documentation is not clearly letting me know how to go about it.
There’s a very good (though technical) Getting Started document on the Ngrok site. You’ll need to be using a Windows command line or Linux command line for most of the config.
Basically, the steps are:
Make sure you have a local webserver running somewhere inside your network. It can be on Windows (IIS or anything else) or on Linux
Install the Ngrok agent on the same machine as above
Configure the Ngrok agent you installed to connect to your Ngrok account