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SAP EPM Unwired Mobile Server of

SAP Business Planning and

Consolidation Deployment Guide

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Table of Contents
1. Prerequisites .........................................................................................................................4
2. Deployment Guide ................................................................................................................ 5
3. How to make a BPC live report available in EPM Unwired 2.0.......................................... 9
4. Limitations .............................................................................................................................10


1. Prerequisites
Hardware requirements:

Supports all versions of Apple IPAD, OS 5.0 and above.

EPM Unwired 2.0

SAP Business Planning and Consolidation for Netweaver 10.0 SP06 or higher

Get SAPUI5 Lib

a. Download SAPUI5 Lib from SDN
b. Choose Download Evaluation Package for UI Development Toolkit for HTML5
c. Accept the terms and conditions to download the package


2. Package Deployment
1. Merge SAPUI5 Lib with Mobile BPC

Extract SAPUI5 Lib package, find

Extract, find the resource folder
Copy the resource folder
Go to BPC Mobile SCN Package, at the same level where bpcmako.html is located, there is a folder
called resource, find it.
e. Paste to merge the SAPUI5 Lib resource folder & BPC Mobile SCN Package resource folder

2. Create BSP Application

a. Run T-code SE80
b. Select type BSP_Application and Input BSP App name as you like. In this example, ZDEMOTEST
was used.

c. Continue creation and save it as local object

d. Ensure the WebDAV service has been properly installed & configured
e. Start WebDAV Client (free WebDAV Client such as Cyberduck, Bitkinex) to connect to the MIME
Repository supplying below URL & your environment Logging credential ,


Take Cyberduck as an example, you will then be able to see the MIME Repository in your local work
place like this,

g. Choose the BSP Application Folder which you just created, right click and choose upload.


h. Select the full merged package (again bpcmako.html shall be in the root folder) in step 3, confirm
to start upload.
i. In the circumstance that WebDAV service is not supported, you will have to upload files one by one
in portal (Not recommended).
j. After uploaded, you will be able to access the page via the link below,
http://<server>:<port>/sap/bc/bsp/sap/<BSP App Name>/bpcmako.html
k. If above link is not accessible, please go to STEP2. Else, go to STEP3.

3. Activate Service
a. Run T-code SICF
b. Select Hierarchy Type Service and click Execute button (Press F8)

c. Right click service node /default_host/bc and select Activate Servcie

d. Please select 2nd yes


e. You should be able to access the web content through the URL below. Here BSP App Name is the
one you created in previous step. In our case, it is ZDEMOTEST. File name is the web index page
you want to open. In BPC Mobile case, it is bpcmako.html
http://<server>:<port>/sap/bc/bsp/sap/<BSP App Name>/bpcmako.html

4. Create Alias URL

a. Run T-code SICF
b. Select Hierarchy Type ALIAS and click Execute button (Press F8)

c. Right click service node and choose Create External Alias

d. Enter the short URL you want to use then go to Trg Element tab


e. Double click your BSP app node under /default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap and click Save


Now you should be able to access the short URL as below

http://<server>:<port>/<External Alias>/bpcmako.html


3. How to make a BPC live report available in EPM Unwired

A BPC user needs to logon to BPC web client, go to Library, and create a folder named mobile (case
insensitive) directly under Public or Private (or both) directory. Any reports and input forms in mobile
folder will be visible in EPM Unwired. Move the live report out of mobile folder if you no longer want to
see it in EPM Unwired.


4. Limitations

Only reports and Input Forms (aka read-only and input able live reports) are supported.
Workspaces, Dashboards and Books are not supported. They are not visible if you put them
under a mobile folder of Library.
Unable to change context of a live report in EPM Unwired.
Expand (drill-down) can only be performed when the next level members are in the report. For
example, if you define 2013.TOTAL, 2013.Q1, 2013.Q2, 2013.Q3 and 2013.Q4 in the column axis,
then 2013.TOTAL can be expanded, while 2013.Q1 cant.
Unable to edit the live report in EPM Unwired. It can only be done in web client.
Connecting to multiple BPC environments or switching environment in EPM Unwired 2.0 is not
supported. The environment you connect to in EPM Unwired is the environment you logged on
last time to BPC web client.

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