Product is in the planning stage.

Batch Report Item Tracker SAP Business One

Batch Recall for SAP Business One

Specific serial, item and batch tracking and traceability allows companies to view  
exact location and all related documents at a glance.
The report selection options are:
Production Orders (For Finished Items). Display usage of a batched item used in Production Order.
Deliveries (For Finished Items). Display usage of a batched item used in shipment Delivery.
Base Items In Production (For Finished Items). Shows all the Batched items used in the production of the finished goods item.
Lv2 Production Orders (For Finished Items). Shows all the Base Items In Production from (3.) that were used in other Production Orders.
Lv2 Deliveries (For Finished Items). Shows all the Base Items In Production from (3.) that were used on Deliveries.
Purchase Items (For Raw Items). Displays the Vendor and Goods Receipt PO of the item.
Purchase Item Production (For Raw Items). Displays the Production Orders that used the item.
Purchase Item On Delivery (For Raw Items). Displays the Deliveries that used the item.
List Batch For Item (For both Raw Items and Finished Items). Displays all the batches for a given item and the  
SAP documents the item can be found on.
Check out the original product demo on YouTube while we are working on the product planning and documentation

SAP Business One KB1BRIT Demo


The why:

A client had a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirement to recall batch items. Recall can happen anywhere in the chain from the vendor to the delivery or anywhere in between. The requirement also mandated any BOM that used the batch in the recall also be included. In 2016, the client moved from SAP Business One to the large SAP. In the process, we were asked if we could duplicate this functionality in the new system as they did not like how the new system handled this. We had to decline as we are only focused on SAP Business One, but what a great feeling that was!


SAP Business One end to end solution for Web presence using Drupal


SAP Business One + Drupal + Ecommerce

More information coming soon!


While we update the product from SAP Business One 2007 and Drupal version 6, check out the original video we created in 2009. It was long, so we cut out the blah, blah, blah.


SAP Business One 2007 Drupal Ubercart 6



The why:

In 2009, we created an SAP Business One 2007 website shopping cart using Drupal and Ubercart. Joseph Guagenti demonstrated it at Fox Valley Drupal Meetup May 27, 2010 We feel, it may be time to revisit this solution. For reference, we added some of our old documents.

RESTful web services for SAP Business One


RESTful SAP Business One services

KB1REST is a web service to provide Simple Customer REST Functionality for SAP Business One. KB1REST supports SAP Items and AP/AR document types, utilizing standard REST commands like GET to retrieve data and PUT/POST to update or insert data. The KB1REST uses JSON as the preferred structured format for its size, portability and ease of use.


KB1REST Design Model

KB1REST  was created utilizing remote-service best-practices. Its message-based design provides the most advantages for remote services exchange of data between systems.

Being developed on top of raw ASP.NET HTTP Handlers has many benefits. One of them is that we're built on top of the ASP.NET HTTP abstractions, so we're able to easily integrate with other ASP.NET frameworks like ASP.NET MVC.

KB1REST deploys Google's Fast Protocol Buffer Format for high-performance, compact binary wire format. This format was invented by Google who uses it for almost all of its internal RPC protocols and file formats.


Security Restrictions

Along with the standard security and restrictions already built into IIS, KB1REST includes the ability to limit the visibility and accessibility of services by groups.

These fine-grained restriction scenarios are defined through SAP Business One Add-on which is included in the KB1REST solution. The restriction scenarios allow for read only, read/write or no access permissions at a group level for each service.

Service groups can be customized to meet the needs of the business. Assigning users to groups simplifies maintaining, adding and restricting services.



As validation and error handling is an essential part of services, KB1REST provides a rich array of error handling options and messaging that work out-of-the-box, emitting the appropriate HTTP Status Codes and error responses detailing data format and validation errors on the wire.


Message Response

The message response contains more than just validations and errors and is configured in the SAP Business One Add-on to include additional information. Example: The remote system sends a new sales order to be added to SAP. The newly created SAP document number DocEntry and DocNum are returned in the message response for storage in the remote system.



All transaction requests that make it to the Web Services are logged, giving complete visibility to inbound requests to the Web service from remote systems. Errors, warnings and other event types can be configured to send information to users via the “Messages/Alerts Overview” form in SAP Business One.



When sending a POST or PUT, all writable fields in the SAP Business One document are available including UDFs. For the remote system to add data to SAP fields or UDFs, it simply needs to add the field name and data value to the JSON.



When a GET request is made to the Web Service, data from SAP Business One is gathered and sent to the remote system.

To limit data size returned to just the data needed or to protect sensitive data, profiles are created through the KB1REST Add-on. Only the database fields selected in the configuration are returned to the remote system.


KB1REST SAP Business One Add-on

The SAP Business One Add-on has a rich set of tools for configuration and maintenance of the KB1REST solution. The GUI interface is designed to simplify setup, security, profiles and more, right from the SAP Business One client application.


Users Form

Users are defined as individuals or a remote system of the Web Services.

Each user has a unique set of credentials that identify that user. In addition, each user is assigned a unique hash key to identify them in the system. This hash key is passed with each service request to validate access rights for the service requested.


Groups Form

Groups are a collection of users with defined access rights to use each web service. A group can be granted read, read/write or no access to each web service. This allows a company to expose only the data required by the remote system.


Profiles Form

A Profile defines the GET request data fields that will be returned to the remote system. Each web service offered to the remote system can have multiple profiles for the same web service.


Youtube demo of an old version of the KB1REST product for your entertainment and me laughing at myself (Technical people can be so... technical).



The why:

We created a custom RESTful service in 2013 for a client believing it was going to be a one time deal. There was already similar types of solutions being offered for SAP Business One. To date we have now created 3 custom versions of Restful services to meet individual client needs. The feedback we have received lead us to believe the KB1REST would make for a great SAP Business One community product.