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SAP Screen Personas, Service Pack 5, introduced a new functionality to create adaptive designs. Adaptive designs automatically change flavors based on the screen or browser size. This is implemented by allowing you to create a parent flavor and then additional adaptive versions of the same flavor.

You associate each adaptive flavor with a specific screen width. There is no more scripting required to change flavors when the screen size changes. SAP Screen Personas will select the right flavor based on your specifications.

The SAP Screen Personas content team is releasing a flavor that packages a wide (900) and a narrow (550) version of a dashboard showing tiles to Create new sales order, Lookup sales order, Check status of a sales order document, and launch SAP Screen Personas product page. The width of an adaptive flavor can be specified in the Release tab in the flavor edit mode.

This flavor can be leveraged as an example of an Adaptive dashboard as well as an inspiration to create tiles to launch transactions from the dashboard.

In order to implement the flavor in your system, you would need to download the flavor from the SAP Screen Personas Flavor Gallery and import the flavor using the SAP Screen Personas Admin transaction /personas/admin


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  1. Rahul Desai


    Hi Vandana,

    Thanks for the blog.

    I have designed Adaptive Persona Flavours (Persona 3.0 version 305, SP05). In the development system the main flavor and adaptive flavors automaticall change according to the screen size. But after transport to Production, the flavors do not automatically change when the screen size is changing.

    When I manually select the adaptive flavor, the adaptive flavour is launched successfully. However, there is a message on the top of the adaptive flavour screen as follows:

    The flavor ID provided in the URL does not exist or is not accessible.

    Please can you advise what may be going wrong?


    Rahul Desai


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