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Author's profile photo Nitin Padmanabhan

Enterprise Search – New Features available in 2208 Cloud Edition

In 2208 Cloud Edition , the Key Users can create their own CDS based Search Models.

  • How does the customer create own CDS based Search Models?

The Customer can use the ‘Manage Search Models’ App to create own Search models.

  • How can the user access the App?

The customer will need to have be assigned the business Catalog ‘SAP_CORE_BC_EXT_ESH’ – to access the app.

  • On what can the customer create his own search models? 
    • The customer can create search models on any custom CDS views.
  • What are the steps that a customer can perform to build own search models?

The customer can perform the given steps.

  1. Search for a custom CDS view.
  2. Select the search relevant fields.
  3. Marking search attributes as resquest, response, facets etc.
  4. Maintain semantic objects and navigation parameters.
  5. Saving and Activating the Search models.
  6. The created search model can also be deleted.


In addition , these feature are already available.

  1. Making look and feel extensions to SAP delivered Search models.
  2. Adding Custom fields to SAP delivered Search models.
  • How are the changes transported?

The changes are transported using the standard software export (from Q system) and Software Import(into P system).

The changes will be made in the Q client using the ‘Manage Search models’ , and are then imported into the Production system.

In case of issues , please raise a customer ticket on CA-GTF-HSB

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      Author's profile photo Stephan Heinberg
      Stephan Heinberg

      Nice Nitin Padmanabhan!

      Is this a new functionality or is it a new Fiori wizard and you could do this already with SAP GUI transactions?

      Author's profile photo Nitin Padmanabhan
      Nitin Padmanabhan
      Blog Post Author

      Hello Stephan, This is a new functionality available in the 'Manage Search Models' app. You could refer to .