Yes, You're right as you saw in the postman pre-request the way authorization has been done.
I am sure it is possible from SAP as we have had clients connect using SAP connect to World-Check before.
I am no expert at SAP but I would be happy to get on a call with you and speak more about how to build the authorization and have a discussion on how you can connect with SAP.
Let me know your availability for Monday or early next week whichever is feasible for you, I will send out an invite.
Message authentication is managed via API keys and HMAC-based message signatures. Every API request needs a message signature in order for it to be processed and you will have to use the API key and Secret to formulate the established authorization process.
You can read more on the Authentication on our developers' community using the link below:
We are trying to connect to World Check via RFC in SAP side. Unfortunately, the API key and secret does not work.
From CPI perspective, there were some authorizations made as well from Postman in order to authenticate. How do we do that kind of authorization from SAP side in order to connect to World Check? Is it possible?