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Finding the Equivalent SAP Fiori App with Classic T-Codes in SAP S/4HANA Cloud – Part 2

Please note this blog post is featured in SAP S/4HANA Cloud Identity Access Management – Your Knowledge Base


In Part 1 of this blog series, we saw how to quickly identify which SAP Fiori application in your SAP S/4HANA Cloud system is the equivalent for a classic T-Code. The tool of choice for identifying is the SAP Fiori apps reference library. In case you didn’t read the Part 1, I strongly recommend going through part 1 of the blog series ” Finding the Equivalent SAP Fiori App with Classic T-Codes in SAP S/4HANA Cloud” to understand the basics. In Part 2, we will now make use of this knowledge and search for the SAP Fiori app “Create Material” by simply typing in the classic T-Code MM01 into the SAP Enterprise Search.

Please note that the following 2 requirements need to be fullfilled in order to make this run:

  1. Please note searching for SAP Fiori apps by using the classic T-Code is only possible for very few SAP Fiori apps, i.e. the app has to be of type SAP GUI for HTML. These classic transactions are available in the SAP Fiori theme to support a seamless user experience across the SAP Fiori launchpad.
  2. Ensure you have the authorizations to see the SAP Fiori application in the SAP Fiori Launchpad. This is based on SAP Fiori guideline “Role-Based” which defines that SAP Fiori is designed for your business, your needs, and how you work. It draws from our broad insights on the multifaceted roles of today’s workforce. SAP Fiori provides the right information at the right time and reflects the way you actually work.

Searching for the Equivalent Application with the T-Code

The steps to do so are as follows:

  • Verify that the SAP Fiori application “Create Material” is of type SAP GUI for HTML.
  • Go to the SAP Fiori apps reference library and search for the app. Follow the instructions from Part 1.
  • The relevant information is displayed in the app details.

  • Go to Implementation Information and check which business catalogs or business roles are required to display the SAP Fiori app.

  • Check the required business catalog or business role

  • Next, open your SAP S/4HANA Cloud system. Type in the T-Code MM01 into the Enterprise Search. Click Enter.

  • The results will show the SAP Fiori application “Create Material”.


That’s about it! In this blog post, we saw how to search for a SAP Fiori application in your SAP S/4HANA Cloud system by using the classic T-Code. The main aspects you need to consider is that this is only possible for SAP GUI for HTML applications. In addition to this, you need to have the relevant authorizations as you will not see any applications you are not authorized for.

Please drop a comment below in case you have any questions!

Check out: Finding the Equivalent SAP Fiori App with Classic T-Code in SAP S/4HANA Cloud – Part 1

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      Author's profile photo Sandeep Kumar
      Sandeep Kumar

      Good info, thanks for sharing.

      Author's profile photo Ryan Muller
      Ryan Muller

      Definitely useful, thanks

      Author's profile photo Rick Konings
      Rick Konings

      Thank you!

      Author's profile photo Paul BORDAGE
      Paul BORDAGE

      Thanks for this good article, Arnand!

      As you may know, it’s also possible to ask simply to Edmin 😉

      « You can also ask questions like 'what is the app for tcode FB70?'. Due to my integration to the Fiori Apps Library I can provide a list of relevant on premise transaction codes to an application in S/4HANA Cloud, covering over 1000 tcodes. »

      More info on:

      Author's profile photo Satyanarayana Sighakolli
      Satyanarayana Sighakolli

      Anand Kapadia

      Good one. Thanks for Sharing.

      Author's profile photo Lucian Marian
      Lucian Marian

      Question : how do you find an app in S4HC based on the old ECC T-code ?

      Optional answer:

      1. Generation X

      You go to Best Practice Explorer look for the accelerator Process steps, business roles and apps

      you download the file because Excel rules and you never know when you'll need it and search the T-code in column Transaction code.

      2 .Generation Y :

      You follow the instructions from Anand's blog since you like to search for things and read blogs

      3. Generation Z:

      You go to the community and ask Edmin or Copilot in the system about this since you don't have time for reading and Excel is for retired persons and Siri, Alexa and Google are your best friends.

      Pick your favourite answer 🙂

      Author's profile photo Anup Nair
      Anup Nair

      Thank you Anand Kapadia !

      Author's profile photo Vijayendra Tiwari
      Vijayendra Tiwari

      Thanks. Great information will be useful for many customers try looking for apps for old ERP transactions.

      Author's profile photo Priyank Kumar Jain
      Priyank Kumar Jain

      Good info Anand!

      Author's profile photo Sai Giridhar Kasturi
      Sai Giridhar Kasturi

      thanks for sharing Anand.

      Author's profile photo Cristina Linta
      Cristina Linta

      Thank you for sharing!

      Author's profile photo Aleksandar Mijailovic
      Aleksandar Mijailovic

      Hi Anand,

      so bottom line is, you just type in the TCode of the GUI transation into the Fiori-Launchpad. All the stuff regarding fiori library is only needed to lookup the necessary authorizations /business roles etc. and components installed.

      Author's profile photo Himani Chopra
      Himani Chopra

      Can I use tcodes instead of Fiori in Public Cloud

      Author's profile photo Anand Kapadia
      Anand Kapadia
      Blog Post Author

      Not all t-codes are available in Public Cloud. If you want to know if the t-code you are looking for is available in Public Cloud, then kindly follow the steps from the blog.

      Author's profile photo BHARGAVA VENISHETTY

      Part1 is not accessible even after logging with S-Id is there any other publick link.

      Author's profile photo Anand Kapadia
      Anand Kapadia
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for highlighting! I've updated the blog post.