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As we announced in May, the new enhanced SAP Web IDE version, SAP Web IDE Full-Stack, is ready for you to use for all needs.

The following links provide detailed information on the new capabilities of the SAP Web IDE Full-Stack version and on the migration process:

Since the beginning of this year, many customers have successfully migrated to SAP Web IDE Full-Stack.  Some of them participated in the Early Adopters program and many other took this step independently after getting the invitation that was sent to all SAP Web IDE users a few weeks ago.

 

 

The feedback that we have been receiving from the developers who have already switched to the SAP Web IDE Full-Stack version is that the migration process is easy and intuitive and they are satisfied with the environment and are enjoying the new features.

With such positive feedback, we are confident in moving forward to the next steps.

On December 31st  2018, SAP Web IDE Full-Stack will become the only cloud version of SAP Web IDE. 

The consolidation of the 2 SAP Web IDE versions is composed of 2 phases:

Phase 1:

This phase started last May and will continue until December 31st.

Both Web IDEs run side by side. You can still use SAP Web IDE, as usual, but there will be a countdown on how much time you have for completing the migration.

In new accounts, you will only be able to use the SAP Web IDE Full-Stack version.

At the end of this stage, SAP Web IDE will no longer be available.

Phase 2:

This phase will start on January 1st  2019 and will run until the end of April.

During this stage, SAP Web IDE will no longer be available, but you can still access your projects and migrate them to the Full-Stack version as described in the migration procedure.

We strongly recommend you start using the Full-Stack version, learn how to migrate your projects, and plan your migration activities while taking these timelines into account.

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  1. Jan Van Ansem

    Hello Natalia, thanks for your explanation about the migration path towards SAP Web IDE Full Stack.
    I’m a bit thrown by the sentence:

    On December 31st, SAP Web IDE Full-Stack will become the only version of SAP Web IDE. 

    We are currently using the Web IDE for On-Premise development, mainly in the context of Data Warehousing and BW/4HANA.

    An earlier blog shows there is a different Web IDE for On Premise:

    https://blogs.sap.com/2017/09/19/sap-web-ide-versions…-which-do-i-use…/

    Is Web IDE Full-Stack a replacement for the on-premise Web IDE as well? Or can I just continue to work with what I am using now?

    It would be challenging to fit in a migration in our plans before the end of 2018!

    Hopefully you can put my mind at ease.

    Jan.

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    1. Natalia Katunin Post author

      Hi Jan,

       

      Thank you for the quick reaction.

      My blog is about consolidating SAP Web IDE CLOUD versions.

      I will update the text to make it clear.

       

      Regards

      Natalia

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  2. Marius Obert

    Hi Natalia,

     

    thanks for the update. Do you already know when it will be possible to create node.js modules in the WebIDE?

     

    Regards,

    Marius

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    1. Natalia Katunin Post author

      Hi Marius,

      It is already possible to create node.js modules as part of MTA application in Web IDE Full-Stack.

      You just need to enable “Tools for Node.js Development” feature in Preferences->Features.

      Here is the corresponding section in the developers’ guide.

      Regards

      Natalia

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        1. Natalia Katunin Post author

          Hi Marius,

          Actually, It is a gap in our documentation  – not to mention the enablement step.

          We’ll fix it.

          Regards

          Natalia

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