The easiest way to have a custom service, is copying the WEBGUI service in SICF. This document shows the steps to copy the service and move it to the general “its” path.


Steps to create a custom service


Run transaction code SICF. In the initial screen, inform “WEBGUI” in the Service Name and click in Execute:

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Select the node, right click and select “Copy”:

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Now right click again and select “Paste”:

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Inform the Object Directory Entry data, according to your regulations:

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As you can see, the new “webgui” node is inside the original “webgui”. Right click in the new one and “Rename Service”:

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Set the new name and click in the green ticket button:

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Adjust the Object entry:

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Now cut the new node:

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Confirm the popup:

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Select the new destination (/default_host/sap/bc/gui/sap/its) and “Paste”:

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A new Object Directory Entry adjustment popup appears:

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The new service is now available. It is possible to customize the GUI Configuration according to own needs, for example:

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