The latest version of SAP Business Client will be released soon together with SAP GUI for Windows 7.50*.

*Belize theme only supported when connected to S/4HANA on-premise 1610

What’s coming?

SAP Business Client supports SAP Belize theme!

Visual integration with the next generation of SAP Fiori launchpad** and SAP Fiori visual theme for classic applications (SAP Belize) for SAP S/4HANA on-premise 1610.
That is: A homogenous UI – Almost no visible difference no matter what type of application you open – SAP Fiori App, FPM / WDA, and SAP GUI for Windows transaction (see screenshots below). Including Fiori 2.0 features as notifications and enhanced support for SAP GUI transactions (system info, search, side panels).

**End users need SAP Business Client 6.5 to run SAP GUI for Windows from SAP Fiori launchpad

Browser Support

  • MS WebBrowser control (“IE control”) running out-of-process to optimize memory allocation and tab handling
  • Browser Developer Tool for MS WebBrowser control, allowing better analysis of HTML5 / JavaScript based applications

 

Example screenshots:

SAP Fiori launchpad with notifications

SAP Fiori App

WDA Application

Classic dynpro application (rendered by SAP GUI for Windows)

System Information for classic transactions in FLP connection

End of life:

SAP Business Client 6.5 is fully supported until September 4th, 2019.

2302074 – Maintenance strategy and deadlines for SAP Business Client / NWBC

Prerequisites:

We recommend that you always install the latest version of the SAP Fiori Frontend Server to simplify the implementation of SAP Fiori Apps and to run the SAP Fiori launchpad within SAP BC on the ABAP stack.

Documentation

UI Roadmap

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  1. Joachim Rees

    Thanks for the update, Sandra!

     

    Looking forward to trying it out, once it’s available!

     

    best

    Joachim

    PS: For me as an RSS User it’s very good that you created a new blog rather than updating an old one;

    So I would suggest, that once it’s finally available, you could create ýet another new blog, that would give me the best visibility of the announcement.

    I do know, though, that RSS only plays a side roles, and there are surely other things to consider as well.

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