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Author's profile photo Juergen Jakowski

Help Tutorials for SAP UX Explorer available


It is just a couple of days until SAP TechEd 2013 starts.  A good time to come up with some news around SAP UX Explorer. In general we are going to post a summary of all latest changes in “Latest News on SAP UX Explorer” by next week.

However, I would like to make you already aware of some help tutorials for SAP UX Explorer we have recently uploaded to YouTube. You can access them directly in the toolbox of SAP UX Explorer by using the new help function.


Of course, you can also watch them directly in YouTube:

Are you interested in more help tutorials for SAP UX Explorer? Let me know.

All the best,


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      Former Member

      Hi Jürgen, Is there a way to make the SAP UX explorer accessible without the need for a SAP ID? I shared the site with some people/customer and they didn't have accounts. i think this information should be available without the need to logon.

      Author's profile photo Juergen Jakowski
      Juergen Jakowski
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      Hi Pim,

      We are currently working with the standard implementation of SAP ID - coming out-of-the-box with SAP Hana Cloud - which only allows us to accept S-, P- and C-Users. However, we plan to do our individual SAP ID implementation which will allow us to accept Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn or Twitter login credentials.

      The good think for us keeping the login is that we can better understand who is using our site and that we have an option to even get in touch with people (later). Including the community actively is one of our current plans for 2014.

      Do you think that log in through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ would be an appropriate way for your contacts?

      - JJ

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      Former Member

      tnx for reply. Still not convinced all information should be only accessible after login. Like on SCN most common information should be available without a logon. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ will, for sure, make it as easy as possible if you still want to keep all UX info behind a logon 😉