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For those who do not know: SAPUI5 is our HTML5 controls library, that SAP is using as the standard User Interface Control library in all their future applications that need a “consumer grade” user experience, whether it is on desktop, tablet or smartphone.” See also following blog Is this cool or what???

With SP 8 for SAP NetWeaver ID Mgmt 7.2, it is now posible to use (beside the already existing Web Dynpro UIs), the new SAPUI5 based end user UIs. They are delivered out of the box and are based on a new OData REST API.

They include, among other features, the possibility to:

  • Maintain your own data like master data, security questions, or even upload a profile picture.
  • Request new or extend existing role assignments.
  • Approve role assignments (for Managers or Role Owners).

The installation guide can be found on SAP Help. Below, you can find some screenshots.

Read also in my blogs how to Write your own UIs using the ID Mgmt REST API and Adapt the ID Mgmt Web Dynpro UIs to your Enterprise Portal Theme.

Maintain your own data:

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Request new roles:

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Extend role assignments:

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Approval UI:

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    1. Jannis Rondorf Post author

      Matt,

      Currently not. I am planing this for the next weeks.

      Mainly this can be done with Eclipse and the SAPUI5 plugin available here on SCN.

      Regards, Jannis

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        1. Jannis Rondorf Post author

          Hi Daniel,

          for for the UI part, there is currently no extention concept available, but planned.

          So you have to unzip the SCA with the HTML5 UIs and add your fields right there in the code.

          As Matt said, also the IdM “Backend” UI tasks have to be updated to reflect the fields.

          Only to make sure, this is then a customization and own development.

          Regards, Jannis

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