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|SAP Open Connectors Zendesk||The SAP Open Connectors Zendesk API returns JSON objects with customer service data including agents, brands, contacts, fields, groups, incidents, organizations, priorities, resources, policies,...||Cloud||REST v2|
|SAP Open Connectors Bamboo HR||The SAP Open Connectors Bamboo HR API returns JSON formats with human resources data including employees' ID, categories, and attached information. Developers authenticate with a token.||Cloud||REST v2|
|SAP Anywhere||SAP Anywhere provides APIs (Application Programming Interface) for integrating SAP Anywhere with third-party applications. With these APIs, you can extract your data in SAP Anywhere in the JSON...||Business||REST v1.0|
|SAP Hybris Commerce as a Service||The SAP Hybris Commerce as a Service API is microservices ecosystem for building commerce apps across channels and devices. It is available in JSON and REST formats with OAuth2. Using trusted...||eCommerce||REST|
|SuccessFactors SAP Jam||The SuccessFactors SAP Jam API is a blueprint for integrating applications and enterprise systems. More information is available for qualified customers and developers at firstname.lastname@example.org||Human Resources||REST|
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