SAP FIORI launchpad activation on HANA

SAP fiori nin HANA 7.4 ve 7.5  kurulumu ve aktif edilmesi.

But out of these 5, I only had to install the 2 UI add-ons via SAINT.

The 3 GBX are not needed as they are already in the system (included in the EA-APPL).

When you try to install these GBX you get the message:




So now we have the basic installation and patching done

The patch level in SPAM looks like:




We can start with the configuration part.



Configuration general


Activate services

Activate the following services (under default_host>sap) via transaction SICF:

opu > utils > initial_logon

opu > odata > ui2

public > bc > ui5_ui5

public > bc > ui2

public > opu > resources

public> myssocntl

bc > ui2 > start_up

bc > ui5_ui5 > ui2 > launchpage

bc > ui5_ui5 > ui2 > tilechips

bc > ui5_ui5 > ui2 > ushell

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > arsrvc_lpd_c

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > arsrvc_sm

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > arsrvc_spb_admn

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > arsrvc_suite_pb

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > arsrvc_upb_admn

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > ar_srvc_launch

bc > ui5_ui5 > sap > ar_srvc_news



Create a trusted RFC between Gateway and Backend system.

As I said, to keep the costs low I have a combined frontend and backend system setup.

So I only created in transaction SM59 an RFC connection to itself.

It should have the nameconvention: <SID>CLNT<CLIENT>.

And in the Logon & Security tab it should use the current user.




In case you use a separate frontend and backend system, you have to create a trusted RFC connection.

So on each system create an RFC destination to the other system and make it tr

Creating the SAP System Alias for Applications

SAP Transaction SPRO > SAP NetWeaver > Gateway > Odata Channel > Configuration > Connection Settings > SAP NetWeaver Gateway to SAP System > Manage SAP System Aliases

Here we have to create a new entry.

I created the entry with the name ERP. Use the RFC destination that was created in the previous step.




Activation of SAP NetWeaver Gateway

SAP Transaction SPRO > SAP NetWeaver > Gateway > Odata Channel > Configuration > Connection Settings > Activate or Deactivate SAP NetWeaver Gateway

Here we have to choose “Activate”.



Add Gateway and UI5 Services

SAP transaction /IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE çalışma ise

/n/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE   deneyiniz

Choose Add Service.

Maintain local in System Alias field and choose Enter.

A list of services now appear who are not yet activated:





Now we select the services that need to be activated.

In this case we will do: LAUNCHPAD

Enter the Package the object shall be assigned to. In case the objects are not transported select Local Object (this is what I did).

Choose Enter.

Confirm the information message that the metadata was loaded successfully.

Perform the same steps that you just did for LAUNCHPAD, but now for:




Configuration Fiori app specific

The app I configured was MyContact.

The configuration for the specific configuration can be found in the SAP Help.


First I activated the related service in transaction SICF.

I searched for *mycontact* and activated it:


activate yContact.JPG


Second I activated the specific app with transaction /IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE

We see that MyContact has no system alias assigned yet:


mycontact before alias.JPG


Add a system alias.

Only fill in the Service Doc Identifier: in this case search for “SD_MYCONTACTS”

And use the created alias “ERP” (which is an RFC to this system itself, because the Gateway and backend system are one and the same)


mycontact create alias.JPG


The result:


mycontact with alias.JPG


We can already test this service to see of we get an error by clicking on the “Call Browser”-button in the left corner window.

I got the message “This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.”

So no error is shown.


FYI: Gateway errors can be show via transaction /IWFND/ERROR_LOG



I created a user TESTFIORI.

End users must have authorization object S_RFCACL assigned to them before they can use a trusted connection.



In transaction PFCG I filled in the following roles:



For both roles I did the following:

  • Go into change mode (we need the “Authorizations”-tab and “Users”-tab to be green)
  • Goto “Authorizations”-tab and Change autorisation data. Save and Generate the authorizations (normally a functional authorization colleague will perform this action for you)
  • Goto “Users”-tab and add your TESTFIORI user to the list of users. After this perform a User Comparison > Complete comparison

Both tabs should be green now.


We also need to add some basic Fiori authorizations.

I decided to add them to the SAP_SD_MYCONT_APP as this user already has this role (not so nice maybe, but this is just used as a demo).

So on in transaction PFCG authorization tab of SAP_SD_MYCONT_APP go to Change Authorization Data under the Maintain Authorization Data and Generate Profiles section.

Select Edit > “Insert authorization(s) > From template…”

I choose the following two (one by one):


After this again Save and Generate.




First I want in the Launchpad designer to create a specific group for this app.

Start the Fiori Launchpad Designer via:



First time we start we see not much:




Create a new catalog by clicking on the + sign in the left corner.


create catalog.JPG


And create also a new Group by going to the Group tab and click on the + sign.


create group.JPG


Now add an app in this newly created group:




Click on the + sign and add MyContacts:

The result:


mycontacts in group2.JPG



Now we have to go back to SAP transaction PFCG and add this newly created group to the user TESTFIORI.

We edit the role SAP_SD_MYCONT_APP which this user TESTFIORI already has.

Goto “Menu”-tab and in the button-bar change the “Transaction”-button so that it becomes the “Group”-button.

Choose the group we created in the Designer:






Now start the Fiori Launchpad


and logon with the newly created user.




There are more apps shown but this is because they came along also with the patches I installed.

When I click on the MyContacts app:




There is no data in the system as I newly installed it, but for me this was what I wanted to see: an app in the Fiori Launchpad .

And it also works form my smart phone:


iphone1.JPG iphone2.JPG



During the installation and configuration I ran into a number of issues.

They can be prevented when you perform the steps in the above order.

To prevent some basic mistakes, remember that there is a need for:

  • Patching Gateway and SAP_UI
  • General configuration & authorization for basic Fiori
  • App specific configuration & authorization
  • Opening the ICM server port of the SAP system in firewall (if you want to access it via public Internet via your mobile device)


Troubleshooting tips:

  • SU53 to see what autorization you miss
  • /IWFND/ERROR_LOG to see the application logs
  • dev_icm to see the errors in the ICM trace



Bu iş için harcanan zaman


  • Setup AWS system + download software = 1 day
  • Installation ECC system + patching = 2 days
  • Configuration general + Fiori app specific = 2 day
  • Testing and documentation = 1 day


Of course this was just a simple test with a combined frontend / backend system and only one app.

But also with this limited setup for myself I got a feeling for the steps that a technical basis consultant needs to perform.


It is also possible to deploy a complete preconfigured Fiori solution on AWS via the CAL (Cloud Appliance Library).

The steps for this are described in my next blog.

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