Login on https://account.hanatrial.ondemand.com


Go to HTML5 Applications and click on application

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Then run Cloud connector Installed in your machine

Check if Cloud Connector is running or not using services.msc command and search for SAP  HANA.


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After that open Connector URL : https://localhost:8443/

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This should be Green and working

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This should be in connected status.

Download SAP Cloud Connector to use Service we created.


Prerequisite: Services which you want to use should already be there.

https://help.hana.ondemand.com/help/frameset.htm?e6c7616abb5710148cfcf3e75d96d596.html

Steps of Installing HANA Cloud


  1. Before installing SCC you need to install latest JDK available.
  2. HANA Cloud connector only works upto Windows 7 OS, and with some tricks on Windows 8. Its not supported yet on Windows 10. Follow below link for more details:


SAP HANA Cloud Platform



http://hcp.sap.com/developers/TutorialCatalog/con100_1_setting_up_cloud_connector.html

Hana Cloud Administrator UID/Pass : Administrator/*******

Login to your HANA Cloud Connector:

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Select the system which you want here we are using SAP Gateway because our Service is on Gateway SEGW.

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Set Protocol HTTP/HTTPS.

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Click on Add button and add Virtual Port and Internal Host names.


To minimize the confusion put Virtual and Internal Host as same


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Provide the URL Path for Service you created.

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No other things needs to be configure.

Destination: Destination is something that is required to access data online or In-premise SAP HANA backend system over HTTP.


Proxy is required for this Connectivity which are of two types :


Internet: This Proxy you can use when you want to connect an Online Service REST/SOAP.

OnPremise: This Proxy can be used when you are planning to use On-Premise HANA Backend system inside your Organisation.



Now open your Cloud Cockpit to configure Destination.

After this we need to configure Destinations in Cloud Cockpit.


Additional Properties are required, there are 4 exists add all of them.

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This is done for Cloud Cockpit. Restart your Cloud Cockpit once, than proceed for below steps.

Now we need to setup service for Project. Open your SAPUI5 project and set OData Service.

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This will only come once you define Destination properly and after that restart it once.

You will see all the services which are already created in Gateway Server which we have selected earlier.

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Select the one of your Interest.

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Many of Configuration changes will be done automatically to your SAPUI5 application’s Component.JS file.

This blue box details will be added automatically.

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Have a look to another Post which will help you understand how to work on WEB IDE (Create application, Checkin, check-out, version management, Role management )

Follow below link:

SAPUI5 Application CREATE, CHECK-OUT, CHECK-IN, DEPLOY, VERSION mgt etc…

Thanks-

Abhishek

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