Content Transport arrived to SAP Cloud Platform Portal (on Multi-Cloud)
I’m happy to update that with the recent SAP Cloud Platform update, we have enhanced the portal functionality on SAP Cloud Platform multi-cloud environment with the option to export & import site content.
The process is quite straight forward (and these are good news!), export content from the source account and import to the target account.
|1. Export the content package from the source account||2. Click on the Import button in the target account.||3. Select the content package and import.|
Important aspects to remembers:
- Before importing the content to the target account, ensure that you have subscribed all the content packages, similar to your source account.
- Note that the portal content (tiles, catalogs, groups) is cross site content, so any content important can affect multiple sites.
- Take special attention before overwriting your site & content (just ensure you are doing the right thing, as this is a non-reversable activity).
Are we complete? No! Additional enhancements are in the pipeline which will allow you to transport content on a more granular level, integrate with Lifecycle Management tools such as the Transport Management Service and more.
Further reading: https://help.sap.com/viewer/ad4b9f0b14b0458cad9bd27bf435637d/Cloud/en-US/b2a3a47749c741faac8fccd1ed4d22f3.html
What options can you/SAP recommend towards migration of multiple portals ( including few of them being Federated) into SAP Cloud Portal. Is there option to have my SITE point to existing 3rd party non-sap portal/site?
This is less related to transport 😉
We do recommend customers to transition from on-premise NW Portal to SCP, and making the SCP Portal the central access point for the end users. The SCP Portal can also launch other (non-SAP) portals in a new window, but...I need much more details to provide clear recommendation.
which additional enhancements are in the pipeline. To be honest, it is not really straightforward to find anything on new roadmap viewer...
I would be interested in a detailed comparison between FLP on-premise and the cloud solution.
Is it feature complete? If not, when?