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Deliver SAP Fiori user experience on SAP Cloud Platform on the Cloud Foundry environment (multi cloud environment)

Want to deliver SAP Fiori user experience for your users, using SAP Cloud Platform Portal on the Cloud Foundry environment?

This document Deliver SAP Fiori User Experience on SAP Cloud Platform, on the Cloud Foundry environment provides you with guidelines and best practices for delivering it, end-to-end.

The document that was just published, covers all you need to know to start delivering Fiori user experience on this environment, including:

  1. Introduction to SAP Cloud Platform on the Cloud Foundry environment and terminology
  2. Typical architecture for delivering SAP Fiori User Experience using the Portal service
  3. Setting up your SAP Cloud Platform environment
  4. Designing and delivering Portal sites
  5. Developing and deploying SAP Fiori content to SAP Cloud Platform using SAP Web IDE, and exposing it to the Portal service
  6. Best practices and troubleshooting information

As a hint for this document, you can view the diagram below that illustrates a combined architectural view of the design time and run time environments for delivering SAP Fiori UX on SAP Cloud Platform on the Cloud Foundry environment.

Each chapter of the document contains links to relevant tutorials, that provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to deliver your first Portal site on SAP Cloud Platform on the Cloud Foundry environment.

The tutorials are also listed here for your convenience:

 

For further reading visit the SAP Cloud Platform Portal Roadmap.

So.. what are you waiting for? Use the SAP Cloud Platform trial account or your own account and start delivering your Portal sites on SAP Cloud Platform on the Cloud Foundry environment.

To get started, read this blog and follow these 3 simple steps:

 

 

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  • Are there any plans to simply move WebIDE to the Cloud Foundry?

    if I have 2 Cloud Foundry Accounts – how could I consolidate them to one?

    For some reason I have one Cloud Foundry Beta and one is a general accounts – there is no visibility of these accounts administration

    • Hi Adi,

      SAP Web IDE is planned to become available on the multi cloud environment.

      Regarding the other SAP Cloud Platform related questions, I am not sure I can address these generic questions as a subaccount can contain many assets from different services. As a general comment, usually, beta accounts are different and cannot be consolidated with regular accounts. As for production/trial accounts, I suggest you check which assets you can copy/paste or export/import.

      Iris

    • Hi Pavel,

      You can configure the launchpad module in the IDA of your choice.

      I think you would have to use the cf push command that is available with SAP extending the API. After you test it and if you have issues, please contact me and I will be happy to assist. You can use it in your CI/CD cycle. Why do you prefer not to use it?

       

      Best,

      Iris

  • Hi Iris,

     

    I have followed the steps as mentioned on the groups. I amĀ  successfully able to build my project. However, while deploying I am getting error as

    Deployment of site content to persistency failed [Deployment Id:none] , Error: Deploy to portal service failed, got status = 500, data: Failed to deploy site, instance id: b326cdfa-f5b6-486f-9621-13c560153089, correlation id: b144fc6e-1662-4bc3-a8d7-f3ffb2078a7f – Error: Failed to search all appHostIds, missing apps: DrawingsApp,CardApp.CardApp (STDERR, APP/TASK/deploy)#

     

    Could you please suggest if I am missing anything?

     

    Thanks,

    Parth

  • Hello Iris

    These are great introductory blogs.

    One question I have is that in FLP site management on Neo, the UI5 version could be set to a long term maintenance version of SAP UI5 that all UI5 applications inherited.

    From what I understand, this is no longer set at CF FLP level (if you created using Site Manager), instead it’s the responsibility of individual applications to set UI5 version. (theoretically does this mean that you can have different apps on same CF FLP running with different UI5 versions ?)

    Previous advice on Neo is that UI5 applicaitons destined for Production should be developed to UI5 Long Term Maintenance version (at the moment U 1.60). Is this still the case with Cloud Foundry?

    Thanks in advance

    Mike