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Author's profile photo Elizabeth Gutt

It’s time to plan your move to SAP Business Application Studio

Over the past years, SAP Web IDE has helped customers develop and deliver business applications. These applications are being used by millions of end users, improving business processes for thousands of customers.

In parallel, SAP Business Application Studio, the successor of SAP Web IDE, which was released to customers almost two years ago, continues to evolve and is used by thousands of our customers today.

We have put a lot of effort into it, new capabilities and use cases. This has enabled us to bring SAP Business Application Studio to the state it is today – a modern, powerful state of the art development environment for business application developers. It offers pre-packaged solutions with essential tools for developing different types of applications, easy connectivity to SAP systems, quick integration to SAP solutions, productivity tools, and much more.

Watch this short video for a quick introduction of SAP Business Application Studio.

SAP Business Application Studio is packed with innovative tools, helping you to boost your development productivity.

Learn all about SAP Business Application Studio benefits and innovative offerings in our Info Blog.

Additionally, SAP Business Application Studio recently released a new set of tools, that allow users with minimal to no software development experience to develop business applications. Learn more about it here.

We are happy to invite you to migrate your SAP Web IDE applications to SAP Business Application Studio, and to plan your move to SAP Business Application Studio for your current and new developments.

Follow these links to learn how to migrate your applications from SAP Web IDE to SAP Business Application Studio:

Migrate from SAP Web IDE to SAP Business Application Studio

Migrate Fiori Apps

Migrate CAP Apps

 

To learn more about SAP Business Application Studio, visit our  Community Page and check out our tutorials.

You may also be interested in the differences between SAP Web IDE and SAP Business Application Studio

Visit the SAP Cloud Platform Discovery Center to learn about the licensing model for SAP Business Application Studio or purchase through the SAP store.

SAP Business Studio is also offered for evaluation purposes with the free plan, learn more about it here.

To summarize:

We are happy to invite you migrate your SAP Web IDE applications to SAP Business Application Studio. SAP Web IDE customers can continue using SAP Web IDE, it is still available and supported.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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      Author's profile photo Anand Muthu
      Anand Muthu

      Is BTS now supported for On-Premise XSA ?

      Author's profile photo phira tunta
      phira tunta

      Yes BTS is supported by XSA, even you can have the upgraded access as well.

      Author's profile photo Anand Muthu
      Anand Muthu

      Really it supports on-premise local installed XSA ? Previously BTS only supports HANA cloud. Do you have the link where I can download BTS for on-premise installation locally ?

      Author's profile photo Raz Korn
      Raz Korn

      Hi Anand Muthu , phira tunta ,

      Is the question about SAP BTP or SAP BAS?

      For SAP BAS:

      • It is only available as a cloud service.
      • AFAIK, no support for SAP HANA on-premise.

      Regards - Raz

      Author's profile photo Ramin Shafai
      Ramin Shafai

      No support for on-premise??

      I thought we're supposed to migrate from Web IDE to BAS? The cloud-connector lets you deploy to the on-premise gateway.

      Am I getting something wrong? Should we stay with Web IDE?

      Author's profile photo Raz Korn
      Raz Korn

      Hi Ramin Shafai ,

      BAS supports on-premise ABAP (ECC and S/4HANA), where cloud connector is used to deploy to the on-premise gateway.

      Anand's question was about SAP HANA on-premise, where SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA should be used.

      Regards - Raz

      Author's profile photo Ramin Shafai
      Ramin Shafai

      Elizabeth,

      When I go through the WebIDE-to-BAS migration steps in the link you provided, the first step is to create a cloud Trial account.

      We already have a client account under which we have been developing apps in Web IDE. Do we need to create a new Trial account?

      If not, how can we use the existing cloud account. I don't seem to find any instructions about that.

      Thank you.

      Author's profile photo Raz Korn
      Raz Korn

      Hi Ramin Shafai ,

      I recommend that you refer to the migration section in SAP Fiori tools documentation, which is complemented by Migrate Fiori Apps blog.

      Regards - Raz

      Author's profile photo Ramin Shafai
      Ramin Shafai

      Ok thanks Raz.

      Another question: When the apps are migrated from Web IDE to BAS, is there a need to do functional/business testing?

      Since the difference is only in the file structures I would guess no need to test the apps. However,  business clients are usually risk adverse and if there is a chance that something has changed, there will be a huge effort/time for testing all apps.

      I guess the question is this:  what gets deployed to the Fiori gateway (on-premise) system, is it the same from Web IDE and BAS?

      If what gets deployed is the exact same bundle of files, then there is no impact to migrate.

      Thanks