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SAP Fieldglass Talent Channel Integration | Hands-on Video Tutorials

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Hands-On Video Tutorials

What You Will Learn

In the first part of the series, we cover video tutorials 1-12 by Tahir Hussain Babar.

For a brief introduction of the topic, see

Watch time for the 12 videos is about 90 minutes.

  • Videos 1 and 2 introduce the series and cover the process flow.
  • Videos 3 to 6 show the process using SAP Fieldglass from the buyer, supplier, and approver perspective
  • Video 7 covers the Postman API client, collections, authentication, and documentation
  • Videos 6 to 12 cover the same workflow process, this time using the corresponding APIs.

Postman Collection

Postman is used to test and develop the SAP Fieldglass APIs. For the collection and environment variables, see

YouTube Playlist

To binge watch the complete playlist, go to

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Overview [1]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will start by looking at an Overview of SAP Fieldglass Talent Channel Integration and then go through an Overview of the video series. The video is intended for folk who just want to the know the highlights before delving in.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

2:30 – Job posting and work order demo

4:00 – SAP BTP Extension app

4:55 – Concepts

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APIs Overview [2]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will go through an overview of SAP Fieldglass Talent Channel Integration APIs which we will use in the video series and then go through resources available.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:55 – Process overview

5:40 – Postman API client

6:30 – Documentation

References

For the playlist introducing working with SAP Fieldglass APIs, see

For the documentation, go to

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Manually Creating Job Postings [3]

Video Tutorial

n this video, we will look at manually creating a Job Posting, from the Buyer perspective, using SAP Fieldglass. This is so you can understand what we will do when we perform the same task programmatically via an API later in the series.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:50 – Create job posting as buyer (hiring manager)

5:50 – Approve (program office)

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Manually Creating Job Seekers [4]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at manually submitting a Job Seeker / Candidate for a Job Posting which was posted in the previous video, from the Supplier perspective, using SAP Fieldglass. We will also submit a C.V. / resume the same time we submit a candidate. This is so you can understand what we will do when we perform the same task programmatically via an API later in the series.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:00 – Recruitment agency (supplier) submits candidate (job seeker)

6:55 – Approve (program office)

8:20 – Review and select for hire (buyer)

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Work Orders [5]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at how Work Orders are automatically created after a Job Seeker / Candidate has been accepted for a Job Posting.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:55 – Submit work order (buyer)

2:50 – Approve work order (program office)

4:40 – Accept work order (supplier)

6:20 – Activate work order (buyer)

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Employee Onboarding [6]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at the approval process flow what happens from when the work order is created to a work order being accepted / approved. This is so you can understand what we will do when we perform the same task programmatically via an API later in the series. We will then look at the onboarding process that a successful candidate goes through to onboard themself.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:50 – Activate work order (Program office)

2:05 – Create account to onboard (job seeker)

4:30 – Verification (Program office)

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API Library, Postman Setup, and Authentication [7]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at setting up Postman with our resources. We’ll start the video by looking at importing the various Postman Collections & Environments into Postman, as well as looking at the SAP FIeldglass Connector Library. We’ll then be using Postman to generate a Token using OAuth2 in order to authenticate when using the Connectors (APIs) within SAP Fieldglass.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:45 – Admin configuration, API user ID

3:20 – Postman: import environment variables and collection

5:50 – Documentation: Job Posting Supplier

6:00 – OAuth

References

For the documentation, visit

For the Postman Collections and Environment Variables, see

For the video tutorial about OAuth2, see

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Job Posting Supplier Download API [8]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at using Postman to create a Job Posting using a Job Posting API. We looked at how to perform this task manually in SAP Fieldglass earlier in the video series.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:50 – Documentation

2:00 – Postman: Get Job Posting

3:00 – Application Interface Key

4:15 – Job Posting ID

6:10 – Send request

References

For the AIR tutorial video, see

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Job Seeker Upload API [9]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at using Postman to submit a Job Seeker using a Job Seeker API. We looked at how to perform this task manually in SAP Fieldglass earlier in the video series. We will also look at how to programmatically submit a C.V. / resume in Base 64 format.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:00 – Documentation: Job Seeker Upload

1:40 – Postman: Job Seeker Upload

3:30 – Covert file into Base64

6:05 – Send request 

References

For the documentation, go to

For the conversion to Base64, go to

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Generating Work Orders [10]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at how Work Orders are automatically created after a Job Seeker / Candidate has been accepted for a Job Posting. We looked at this in an earlier video, but are repeating the process for a specific Job Posting we submitted a Candidate for; but via APIs.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:20 – Review job seeker (supplier)

1:30 – Approve job seeker (program office)

2:40 – Hire job seeker and create work order (buyer)

4:55 – Approve work order (program office)

5:55 – Supplier reviews work order

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Get Work Order API [11]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at how we can programmatically retrieve Work Order information via APIs.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:05 – Documentation Worker from Work Order Download

2:00 – Postman: Get Work Order

3:30 – Send request

References

For the documentation, go to

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Work Order Approval API and Onboarding [12]

Video Tutorial

In this video, we will look at how we can programmatically approve or decline Work Orders via APIs. We will then look at how an onboarding email is sent to workers, so they can onboard themselves.

Time Markers

0:00 – Introduction

1:05 – Documentation: Work Order Accept Upload

2:00 – Postman: Accept Work Order

3:10 – Send request

3:30 – SAP Fieldglass process steps

References

For the documentation, go to

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Read the Docs

For the documentation, visit

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