Welcome to …
… the first version of our Studio Highlights. Every few weeks we’ll be updating you with highlights of the features and functions of the SAP Cloud Applications Studio. This edition takes a look at Version 1311 (November 2013) of the SAP Cloud Applications Studio.
We hope you enjoy these highlights and welcome your feedback here.
What’s New to Version 1311 in Summary
How can you benefit from the new Scripting Language Compiler?
Want to know more? Then take a look at the Migration Quick Guide in the studio documentation for version 1311 on the SAP Help Portal (available from November 14, 2013).
Discovered the new and improved External Web Services Integration Wizard yet?
For general information on integrating external Web services in the studio and for the difference between SOAP and REST, see External Web Service Integration in the studio documentation on the SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com/studio_cloud (available from November 14, 2013).
Want to know more about the requirements for Forms?
Want to know more? Then take a look at the blog on the SAP Community Network.
Know where to get Help?
Did you know that as of the studio build date 29.04.2013 or newer, the local help is installed automatically.
Want to access the documentation for the studio on the go, take a look at the SAP Help Portal at https://help.sap.com/sdk.
Need guidelines for the studio or information on how to become a partner?
Looking for information on how to become a partner, what’s available for partners, or further guidelines about developing on the studio. Check out these pages:
- SAP Partner Edge
- SAP Cloud Applications Studio pages on the Business Center (special user required)
- Solution Partner Enablement pages on the Business Center (special user required)
Solution Partner Management will provide you with a user that has access to the partner areas of the Business Center for Cloud Solutions from SAP.
Looking for training?
The training for the studio is part of a comprehensive SAP Business ByDesign video training provided by SAP University Alliances.
At this workshop, participants gain hands-on experience with the software development kit (SDK). For more information, check out the Business Center pages on the SAP
Business ByDesign Studio Experience.