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Author's profile photo Waldemar Schakiel

Howto import BUILD prototype into Web-IDE

BUILD generates the code that you can import into Web-IDE as a starting Point for further developing.

Prerequisites:


1. Create destinations for Web-IDE to BUILD-System

  • In the SAP HANA Cloud Platform Cockpit select Destinations->New Destination and enter the following Information:
    • Name: Web_IDE_Plugin
    • Type: HTTP
    • Description: BUILD Destination
    • URL: https://www.experiencesplash.com/webideplugin
    • Proxy Type: Internet
    • Authentication: NoAuthentication
    • Add additional property: WebIDEEnabled = true
    • Add additional property: WebIDEUsage = plugin_repository
    • Save
  • Create further Destination in SAP HANA Cloud Platform Cockpit with these parameters:

2. Enable the BUILD-plugin in Web-IDE

  • Launch Web-IDE then select Preferences->Plugins->Repository “BUILD Destination”
  • Enable import_build_prototype
  • Save
  • Refresh browser

3. Create Web-IDE Project from BUILD-template

  • Launch Web-IDE then select Create Project->New Project from template->BUILD Project, press “Next”
  • Input your project name, your splash user name and password, press “Next”
  • Under “Available Prototypes” select your BUILD prototype for Import, press “Next”
  • Select “Finish”

A new project is created in the Web-IDE workspace. This project can now be modified and enhanced.

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      Author's profile photo George Hayes
      George Hayes

      Great blog Waldemar! Visit our updated SCN page for more information or head to www.build.me.

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      Former Member

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      Author's profile photo Alexander Salnikov
      Alexander Salnikov

      Thank you for this post !

      I guess the world doesn't stand still .. so here's the link with updated BUILD destinations

      Author's profile photo Anton Shypkov
      Anton Shypkov

      Thank you so much or provided information.

      Unfortunately I couldn't utilize described destinations as Web IDE informed me about technical troubles. By the way, I went to desired result using SAP documentation available by the following link:

      https://sap.github.io/BUILD_User_Assistance/build/4c58a629a76945049cec2f17e7ec4a46.html

      Also I duplicate the info in case if the link becomes irrelevant:

      Web_IDE_PLUGIN

      • NameWeb_IDE_PLUGIN
      • TypeHTTP
      • DescriptionBUILD Destination
      • URLhttps://www.build.me/webideplugin
      • Proxy TypeInternet
      • AuthenticationNoAuthentication
      • WebIDEEnabled true
      • WebIDEUsage plugin_repository

      BUILD_Production

      • NameBUILD_Production
      • TypeHTTP
      • Description: Destination for BUILD
      • URLhttps://www.build.me/webide
      • Proxy TypeInternet
      • AuthenticationNoAuthentication. You will be prompted for your BUILD user ID during import.
      • WebIDEEnabled true
      • WebIDEUsage BUILD/SPLASH

        Note that the WebIDEUsage property must be written in uppercase letters (ALL CAPS).

       

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Step 2 (Enable the BUILD-plugin in Web-IDE) no working

      When I select Repository: BUILD Destination I'm receiving the following message:

      Sorry.
      Due to a technical issue we are currently unable to load this repository

      Is it a maintenance problem? Is there something I can do to avoid it?

       

      Author's profile photo Anil Supraj
      Anil Supraj

      Hi, Suggestion by Anton worked brilliantly. Please try it.