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SAP could manage a SAP system.

Managed Systems

This connector is specific for integration with a SAP system through its interface BAPIs under the RFC standard.

For more information about SAP, please visit the following page: SAP


If your system is not in the previously list, it's possible to include it easily!

For more information to check if your system may be synchronized with this connector you do not hesitate to contact us through our Contact form


  1. The SAP Java Connetor (JCO) must be installed in the host where the syncserver is running.
  2. A SAP account must be created with permission to execute user administration BAPIs using RFC. Additionally, the attached SAP Role definition can be used to assign permissions to SOFFID RFC user.
  3. The following transport order should be applied in order to synchronize passwords: K953376.de1 R953376.de1

Download and install

This addon is located in the Connectors section and its name is SAP Connector.


For download and install the addon you could review our generic documentation about this process: Addons installation

Agent configuration

This connector could manage User, Account and Role objects.

  • All active users included in agent configuration will be added to SAP.

  • All inactive users on Soffid will be deleted from SAP.

  • Roles granted to a user will be added to ACTIVITY GROUPS on SAP.


Generic parameters

After the installation of the addon, you may create and configure agent instances.

To configure this SAP Connector you could select "SAP (JCO 1)" or "SAP (JCO 3)" in the attribute "Type" of the generic parameters section in the agents page configuration.

The chose of the correct agent it depends of the JCO version installed in your environment.


For more information about how you may configure the generic parameters of the agent, see the following link: Agents configuration

Custom parameters

Below there are the specific parameters for this agent implementation:

UsuariUser name to authenticate
PasswordPassword of the user to authenticate
HostHost of the instance of the SAP
Client number del servidorClient number of the server
System Number
System number of the server
Idioma del servidor
Language of the server
Desbloqueig d'usuaris bloquejats (S/N)
Values [ S | N ]. If "S" allows to Soffid to unblock blocked users
Manage SAP roles
Values [ YES | NO ]. If "YES" allows to Soffid manage Roles
SAP Payroll to get employee data
SAP payroll to get employee data

Load Triggers

Pending to be documented.



After the agent configuration you could check in the monitoring page if the service is running in the Synchronization Server, please go to "Start Menu > Monitoring and reporting > System monitoring".



If you are checked "Authorized identity source", an automatic task to load identities from the managed system to Soffid is available, please go to "Start Menu > Processes and Tasks > Manage automatic tasks", and you will something like "Import authoritative data from <AGENT_NAME>".


If your are configured the "Attribute Mapping" tab with some of our objects: "user, account, role, group or grant", an automatic task to synchronize these objects from the managed system to Soffid is available, please go to "Start Menu > Processes and Tasks > Manage automatic tasks", and you will something like "Reconcile all accounts from <AGENT_NAME>".


About the synchronization of the objects, there are two possible options:

  • If you are checked the generic attribute "Read Only" in the "Basics" tab, only the changes in the managed systems will be updated in Soffid. We recommend this options until the global configuration of Soffid will be tested.
  • If you are not checked the generic attribute "Read Only" in the "Basics" tab, all the changes in Soffid or the managed system will be updated in the other. Note that this synchronization must be configured in the "Attribute mapping" tab correctly.