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The UiPath Process Mining Guide

Introduction to SAP Order-to-Cash Connector

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Note

The SAP Order-to-Cash Connector 1.0.0 needs UiPath Process Mining version 2020.10 or higher.

Introduction

UiPath Process Mining uses event logs as input data. SAP does not output one event log which can be used in UiPath Process Mining, rather it stores data about the different artifacts and their activities in several tables. These SAP tables must be combined and transformed to an event log. The main purpose of the SAP Order-to-Cash Connector is to convert SAP data to events logs that can be used by UiPath Process Mining.

Table structure of the SAP Order-To-Cash Connector

The tables in the SAP Order-To-Cash Connector are ordered in a structured way and consists of the following groups:

  1. Input
  2. Entities
  3. Event log creation
  4. Business data input
  5. Preprocessing
  6. Output

Below is a description of the table groups that contain specific tables for the SAP Order-To-Cash Connector.

Table group

Description

  1. Input

Tables that contain SAP input data.

  1. Entities

Tables that represent entities in the Order-to-Cash process, for example, Sales order. These tables are often created by combining header and item data.

  1. Event log creation

Tables for event generation.
Document graph tables define how the entity documents in the Order-to-Cash process are linked together.
Events tables define the events based on Activity and Event end attributes.

  1. Business data input

Contains the input tables for Tags, Due dates and Reference models.

After the event log is created, the Business data input tables are ready. From this part on the data creation process is similar to the Basic Connector.

Table group

Description

  1. Preprocessing

Tables for adding business logic.

  1. Output

Tables for creating a dataset that can be used in the AppOne.

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Introduction to SAP Order-to-Cash Connector


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