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Hi,

If everything went fine, you should have installed the SAPWebIDE On-Premise and created a connection to your SAP Gateway system On-Premise. If not, you can follow Start with the SAP Web IDE On-Premise and for the gateway connection you can follow Connect the SAPWebIDE On-Premise to your SAP Gateway system On-Premise .

Now we’ll see one of the huge benefits of this SAPWebIDE. We’ll use the wizards of the SAPWebIDE to create our Custom Fiori Application on our SAP Gateway service On-Premise. Follow the steps in our video tutorial:

Enjoy the tutorial and in the next blog we’ll extend our Custom Fiori Application with a home view of tiles. So stay tuned!

Navigate between single full view and split view

Kind regards,

Wouter

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  1. Wolfgang Mayer

    Hi Wouter,

    in step “4 Template Customization”, the pulldown menu “OData Collection” is empty, although my service contains > 10 collections/entities. The service URL and the collections where fine the step before (“3 Data connection”).

    Any idea?

    Thanks & Regards

    Wolfgang

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      1. Wolfgang Mayer

        Hi Wouter,

        what Do you mean with “association”? I found out that it seems to be an issue with the pulldowns itself, when you start typing in the field, the system auto-completes the entry. Thus, you have to know which entries are available…

        Regards

        Wolfgang

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          1. Wolfgang Mayer

            Hi Wouter,

            the service I use is SAP standard and having associations. As the entries are available when directly typing, I assume it is a frontend/UI bug.

            Regards

            Wolfgang

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  2. manish naharia

    HI Wouter,
    This series for local installation has been very helpful.
    I could successfully create a project connecting to my on premise system.
    I used the service SRA021_SRV and create a project.

    I m trying to run it by going to Index.html and running it.
    But it seems to hang.it shows to me as “Waiting for localhost”.

    Can somebody help here.

    Manish

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