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How to Find Fiori App from Fiori app Library by Transaction Code?

Introduction

As we are moving to SAP S/4HANA the use of SAP Fiori Apps is going to be very popular and mandatory. SAP has delivered over 3000 standard Fiori Apps so it is very evident you might get lost with so many Fiori Apps and which one to choose from. The Blog covers all the Standard Fiori catalogs that SAP has created using Standard SAP Transaction Code. This will be helpful for everyone who are moving to SAP S/4HANA. This tutorial should be used by SAP Consultant and SAP Business Users.

 

Mission:How to Find all the SAP Fiori Apps that are created for a Particular Transaction Code in SAP S/4HANA?

 

Solution

Go to Internet and enter the following Link

https://fioriappslibrary.hana.ondemand.com/sap/fix/externalViewer/

Now Select below as mentioned.

Now Select All Apps

 

Now enter the Transaction Code as below. In the Example it is FBL3N

Wala here are all the Apps associated with the Transaction Code.

 

Conclusion

You can use this process for Cloud also,

Also check the below blog

https://blogs.sap.com/2020/07/09/how-to-find-all-the-sap-fiori-apps-that-are-created-for-a-particular-transaction-code-in-sap-ecc-and-sap-s-4-hana/

 

Below is the video version.

 

 

 

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  • Hi Arghadip, Yes this is a useful tip that I always show customers and partners!

    I particularly like showing this with transaction VA02, where you can really see how a one-size-fits-no-one SAP GUI transaction is being decomposed to multiple SAP Fiori apps relevant to specific tasks within specific business roles.

    It works of course where there is some sort of relationship between the old and the new…  i.e. where functions provided in SAP GUI transactions are being decomposed or recomposed to SAP Fiori.

    I would recommend people supplement this with the SAP Fiori lighthouse scenarios, as these are often apps that have no equivalent in SAP Business Suite, such as Overview Pages, Machine Learning, Situation Handling, etc.

    A couple of tips for you:

     

    • It would be great if you would add the official tags SAP S/4HANA and SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA so your blog reaches the audience who will find these tips most useful.

     

    • It’s SAP S/4HANA – there is no space. Employees and partners can confirm this in SAP Brand Tools. For everyone else you can confirm this by looking at the official tags in SAP Community.
      • Why does this matter? If you don’t put the space then it is not only correct, it makes it easier to identify knowledge assets related to SAP S/4HANA the solution rather than HANA the database.  Since the HANA database is largely “under the covers” with SAP S/4HANA we rarely need to look at those when working with SAP S/4HANA

    Kind rgds

    Jocelyn

     

    • Hi Jocelyn

      How are you? Thanks for the useful tip. I have corrected as suggested. The Lighthouse one is nice.

       

      Thanks

      Arghadip