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OpenSAP HANA1 Week 01 How to Import Delivery Units

OpenSAP HANA1 Week 01 How to Import Delivery Units

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openSAP Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA How to Import Delivery Units

1. Download the delivery units from the public SDN http://help.sap.com/openSAP/HANA1/openSAP_HANA1_Week_01_Delivery_Units.zip a. Choose a local folder to store the files on your front-end workstation (for example, C:\temp)

2. Connect to the assigned SAP HANA system via your locally installed SAP HANA studio: a. If you have not already installed the SAP HANA studio and client, please install the SAP HANA studio and client first (Version SPS5, Revision 48): http://scn.sap.com/community/developer-center/hana

b. Connect to the SAP HANA back end from your local SAP HANA studio by using the IP address of the SAP HANA back end you started in Amazon: (System number: 00 User: SYSTEM Password: manager)

Choose “Finish”. Copyright/Trademark .Right-click in the menu Add System… Choose “Next >”.

3. In the menu. b. choose “File” “Import”. Choose “SAP HANA Content” ”Delivery Unit” and choose “Next”. Copyright/Trademark . Start the import of the delivery units: a.

After you have imported all three delivery units. HANA_DEV_WORKSHOP_UIS (the workshop solutions and templates based upon SAP HANA UI Integration Services. C:\tmp). d. you will find the schema SAP_HANA_EPM_DEMO and the content packages workshop and workshop-uis in the Navigator View of the SAP HANA studio. Import the packages in following order: 1.c. HANA_DEMOCONTENT_EPM 2. HANA_DEV_WORKSHOP 3. Copyright/Trademark . Choose the “Browse…” button and select the delivery packages to be imported from the folder you chose for the download (for example. Make sure your server has the SAP HANA UI Integration Services already installed as described in Appendix A at the end of this document).

Select the import source “SAP HANA Content” “Delivery Unit”. Pre-built SAP HANA client applications components that are integrated into application sites are referred to as widgets. In the “File” menu.APPENDIX A: INSTALLING SAP HANA UI INTEGRATION SERVICES SAP HANA UI Integration Services (UIS) is a set of Eclipse-based and browser-based tools. To use SAP HANA UI Integration Services. as well as client-side APIs. a. Select the target system for the delivery unit. Import and Activate the UIS Delivery Unit. c. Copyright/Trademark .. choose “Import”. These user interfaces are referred to as application sites. perform the following steps: 1. b. which enable you to integrate standalone SAP HANA Extended Application Services (XS) applications into web user interfaces to support end-to-end business scenarios. and choose “Next”..

db::SITE_DESIGNER: to design application sites ii.db::SITE_USER: to use application sites Copyright/Trademark .d. Follow exercise 3 section 2 to assign yourself and other users to the following roles: i. sap. and choose “Finish”. sap.uis. In the dropdown list of available files.uis.tgz”. select “<path>/HANA_UI_INTEGRATION_SVC. Choose the “Server” option. Assign the Necessary UIS Roles. a.hana.hana. 2.

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