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How to run My Inbox app in standalone / header less mode

Launch My Inbox app directly without LaunchPad navigation

With Header

This is useful if you intend to launch My Inbox directly without having to navigate from FIORI Launchpad and you want to see the header (Header contains Logo, Search bar, Home button and menu).

Launch the following URL in your browser:

https://<Server>:<Port>/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html?sap-client=<Client>#Shell-runStandaloneApp?sap-ushell-SAPUI5.Component=cross.fnd.fiori.inbox&sap-ushell-url=/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_fiori_inbox&<other URL parameters>

Header less

This is useful if you want to Launch My Inbox directly without navigating from LaunchPad and you do not want to see the header.

https://<Server>:<Port>/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html?sap-client=<Client>&sap-ushell-config=headerless#Shell-runStandaloneApp?sap-ushell-SAPUI5.Component=cross.fnd.fiori.inbox&sap-ushell-url=/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_fiori_inbox&<other URL parameters>

URL Parameters supported by My Inbox

  1. allItems=true: to access all tasks for the user
  2. scenarioId=<Scenario ID>: to access tasks belonging to a specific scenario which is configured in task gateway
  3. massAction=<true/false>: to enable or disable mass action
  4. quickAction=<true/false>: to enable or disable quick actions on mobile devices
  5. sortBy=<sortBy property>: to set default sort property. It can have any value from task entity
  6. listSize =<value>: specify a numeric value to limit the number of tasks loaded in the My Inbox

Example of the URL Parameters Usage:


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      Author's profile photo Devisha Bhavik
      Devisha Bhavik


      This is a very nice & handy blog.

      I did run My Inbox as standalone app and it worked fine. But now, I have a question about running it on mobile device.

      When I am running it standalone app in mobile device, I saw that application was launching as like it is being launched on the desktop. UI did not get adjusted for the mobile device.

      Do we need to pass extra parameters to do that?

      BTW, when I try it through Fiori iView on portal, then I get the desktop version on the mobile for the My Inbox app.

      But, when I tried on mobile with the direct URL which was generated above, then it comes up as mobile version.

      So, I do need to do anything extra in the Fiori iView to adapt application to mobile version while running it in mobile?


      Author's profile photo Jocelyn Dart
      Jocelyn Dart

      HI Bhavik

      Great that you liked the blog.

      However please raise questions as discussions in the SAP Fiori forum - not as blog comments.

      If you raise a discussion more people will see it and you are more likely to get a fast response.

      Also please keep to one question per discussion... otherwise the response trail tends to become very confused.



      Author's profile photo Devisha Bhavik
      Devisha Bhavik


      I have opened new discussion thread for the same. Can you please look into?

      Fiori iView on Portal launches desktop version of Fiori app only


      Author's profile photo Mauricio Miao
      Mauricio Miao

      Hi Shyam Suthar

      Thanks for the blog!
      Is there a parameter to hide the all the buttons (or actions)?
      I know that there is a BADI for it, but I do not want it, I need a parameter to be able to disable the buttons only when it is running in standalone mode inside Task Center.