ERPConnect Services – Seamless connection of SAP and SharePoint 2010

ERPConnect Services (ECS) consists of two components, which allow you the complete range of data integration between SharePoint and SAP. No additional middleware is required – the integration runs completely within your SharePoint architecture.

  • · ERPConnect Services Runtime (ECS Runtime) for interface programming with .NET
  • · BCS Connector for connecting SharePoint lists with SAP objects or tables.

ERPConnect Services Video Tutorials

ERPConnect Services Runtime (ECS Runtime)

Unit Name Duration Description Audience
Lesson 1: ECS Runtime – Overview. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 4:19 min. What is ECS Runtime? This video will give a general overview of ERPConnect Services Runtime. General
Lesson 2: ECS Runtime – Installation and Configuration. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 5:35 min. This video describes the installation and configuration of ECS Runtime. Technical SharePoint
Lesson 3: ECS Runtime – Getting started with the ECS Designer. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 6:52 min. This video will give you information on using the ECS Designer to integrate SAP Employee data in a web part using remote function calls. SharePoint Developers

BCS Connector

Unit Name Duration Description Audience
Lesson 1: BCS Connector – Overview and Installation. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 4:54 min. What is BCS Connector? This video will give a general overview of BCS Connector including installation. General
Lesson 2: BCS Connector – Getting started. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 7:13 min. This video will give you information on starting with BCS Connector. Architects and Power Users
Lesson 3: BCS Connector – Developing a Read/Write Solution. Video (MP4) Video (YouTube) 7:26 min. This video will show how to use BCS Connector to develop an external list with read/write access. Architects and Power Users

Written by Khoder Elzein

Khoder is responsible for presales and always has an attentive ear for our customers, prospectives and partners. When travelling in Germany or abroad, he provides customer support at PoCs, workshops and on training courses. He also looks after the further development of our software solutions. Khoder has been working in IT since the turn of the millennium; he has been a member of team Theobald since 2009. When it comes to private interests, family, nature and reading feature at the top of his list – along with innovative fusion cuisine, as you may infer from his favourite dish of Swabian cheese noodles with tabouleh.