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Fiori apps library filter

In fiori apps library we have an option to filter the apps as per Product Version (Back-End Component). Now after this the apps are filtered and that’s good. Now when I click on an app in the details section, I need to again select the HANA version (1709/1809 etc) which is not solicited. If I am filtering the apps as per HANA version already, why should I again select the HANA version in the implementation section? I would rather suggest the page is to response like if I filter the apps with HANA version I should not need to select the HANA version again in Implementation section rather it can be disabled or selected as per already chosen HANA version in the previous filter by default so that I don’t need to change it again. It reloads the view again to select the HANA version in the implementation section and also not relevant and takes extra time as per my view.

 

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Hence I would like to draw attention from someone from SAP to change the filter properties on the details page. It would be great if we can get some views on this whether we want to have the implementation information filter for backend system should already be updated as per filter in the master section.  and then the page can be updated if required.

 

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  • Hi Tridwip, Hmmmm… appreciate the frustration, however I would suggest there is a better approach. All the backend version selection does is filter apps based on the “leading” product version. Since in practice a single app usually appears in multiple releases – which is why you have to select the release again in the implementation information –  this filter is not my favourite as it can be a little misleading – and you may miss some of the apps that are still available in your SAP S/4HANA release.

    A better approach is to:

    1. Select SAP Fiori apps for SAP S/4HANA
    2. Select All Apps
    3. Use the multi-select button to select all of the apps
    4. Aggregate
    5. Then select your version.

    This way you get a complete list of everything available in the SAP S/4HANA release… *and* you can download the list.

    You can see a video showing how this works in the video Finding available SAP Fiori apps in the SAP S/4HANA microlearning playlist at https://open.sap.com/microlearning.