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Run transaction LPD_CUST  and click on New Launchpad

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Enter  Role name, instance and description


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Click Yes


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Create new application under ECC transactions


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Enter link text and choose application type URL


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Enter application parameter URL – for ECC

https://sap-XXX.XXX.com:port/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui?&~transaction=IE03


or for Webdynpro


http://sap-XXX.XXX.com:port/sap/bc/webdynpro/XXX/hr_wd_model


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Click on show advanced parameters


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Enter application alias


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Create semantic object using transaction /N/UI2/SEMOBJ


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Create tile


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Create target mapping


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Open Fiori Launchpad and click on tile. User may expect popup. Click on show all content.


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  1. Benjamin Kwong

    Nice solution Harry.  Just wondering if there’s a way to changing the server name based of dev, qa and production when you transport these tiles through the environments?  I’m trying to think of a way around this but can’t…

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    1. Harry Singh Post author

      Hi Benjamin,

      Create HTTP Connections to ABAP System to ECC system with help of your Basis team in your landscape.Transport or manually create system alias in each system DEV/QAS/PRD and point to different system e.g.


      ERP_HTTPS-DEV

      ERP_HTTPS-QTY

      ERP_HTTPS-PRD


      Assign system alias. Please reward points for useful answers.

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      Regards,

      Harinder

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  2. Piyush kumar

    Hello Harinder,

    I have integrated the ECC GUI from Fiori Launch pad successfully.  In LPD_Cust while creating application i have selected the GUI for HTML so its opening the ECC t code on webpage but if i select GUI for windows then it does not initiate SAP GUI client (Windows GUI) here also it displays T. Code over page only.

    If you have any idea about this then kindly let me know.

    Regards,

    Piyush

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  3. Kenneth Hartman

    Hello Hari,

    this example assumes an embedded system, are there additional parameters which can be passed in the URL where it uses hub system thus using RFC or HTTP connection to adjacent SAP systems?

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    1. Basis-SAA Team

      Hi Guys

      I am trying to launch a Webdynpro Abap Application That was created on out HR Back end system ( which works on our portal system)

      https://Servername:8443/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/ZHRUNIFORM

      I see that the screenshot parameter above for “APPLICATION TYPE” is url .. For Webdynpro . should this not be “WEB Dynpro Abap”.

      I however don’t get the  Application  parameter  “URL” if I change it to Application type “URL”

      Can anyone please assist.

      Need help

      Thanks

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  4. Rafi Mohammed

    Hi Experts,

    I  would to call a Shopping Cart link on Fiori Application.

    When clicked on ‘Approve’ button on Fiori App, a new window the Shopping Cart Details has to

    open.

     

    Any idea how to open a link on Approve Action.

     

    Regards,

    Rafi

     

     

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