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How to install and configure

SAP Smart Business application


with Fiori Step-by-Step
SAP S/4HANA 1610 ON PREMISE

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Document History

Document Version Authored By Description Date Created


1.0 Charlie Zhang SAP Smart Business June 12, 2017
application for Fiori
1.1 Joaquin Fornas Review June 13, 2017

1.2 Ali Chalhoub Review June 12, 2017

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How to install and configure SAP Smart Business application with Fiori Step-by-Step
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT .....................................................................................................................................................4
CHAPTER 1 INSTALLATION FOR SAP SMART BUSINESS WITH FIORI .................................................................5
PREREQUISITE ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
INSTALL UIS4HOP1 200 ON S/4HANA 1610 ............................................................................................................... 5
CHAPTER 2 ACTIVATION FOR ICF NODES AND NAMESPACE .......................................................................... 13
ACTIVATE ICF NODES FOR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................ 13
ACTIVATE THE NAMESPACE..................................................................................................................................... 16
CHAPTER 3 ACTIVATION FOR ODATA SERVICE.............................................................................................. 18
CHAPTER 4 ASSIGNING THE ROLE TO THE USER............................................................................................ 22
CHAPTER 5 TESTING THE APPLICATION ........................................................................................................ 25
Abstract
Chapter 1 – Installation for SAP Smart Business with Fiori
1.1. Prerequisite
1.2. Install UIS4HOP1 200 on S/4HANA 1610

Chapter 2 – Activation for ICF nodes and namespace


2.1. Activate ICF nodes for specific applications
2.2. Activate the namespace

Chapter 3 – Activation for OData service


Chapter 4 – Assigning the role to the user
Chapter 5 – Testing the application

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Chapter 1
Installation for SAP Smart Business with Fiori

This white paper will show you how to install and configure SAP Smart Business application with Fiori.
In this chapter, we will introduce the Installation for SAP Smart Business with Fiori.

PREREQUISITE

Before the steps, you need to confirm that the system meets the requirements as below:
1. At least, you have one SAP S/4HANA 1610 ON PREMISE system.

There are two ways to configure the Fiori applications.


1. An embedded system: The Front-end server and Back-end server share the
Note same server
2. A hub system: The Front-end server and Back-end server are different servers
In this white paper, we will use an embedded system as an example.

2. The SAP Fiori Launchpad is accessible and working well.


If you don’t have a SAP Fiori Launchpad, please follow the steps in the White Paper below to complete
all the configurations.
https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/x/6tWrGg

INSTALL UIS4HOP1 200 ON S/4HANA 1610

Before the steps, you need to confirm the detail version for your S/4HANA 1610 system. Until now, it has 3
versions:
1. SAP S4/HANA 1610
2. SAP S4/HANA 1610 FPS01
3. SAP S4/HANA 1610 FPS02
You can check the Support Package level of S4CORE 101 to know the version of your S4/HANA 1610.
For example, if the Support Package level of S4CORE 101 is SP0001, then you have a SAP S4/HANA 1610 FPS01
server.
The Support Package level of UIS4HOP1 200 should be equal to the Support Package level of S4CORE 101.
In this white paper, we are using SAP S4/HANA 1610 as an example, which means the Support Package level of
S4CORE 101 is SP0000.
You can follow the steps below to install the UIS4HOP1 200 in your system:

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Note As the installation file is big, it is recommended to download it to the local server and
upload the file from application server directly
1. Download UIS4HOP1 200 in SAP Support Launchpad

Figure 1.1 – Download UIS4HOP1 200

2. Download SAPCAR in SAP Support Launchpad for your Operative System. In this case, we choose Linux
on X86_64 64 bit. With this compress utility, we will be able to decompress the file obtained in step 1.

Figure 1.2 – Download SAPCAR

3. Extract the installation file using SAPCAR

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Figure 1.3 – Extract the installation file

4. Copy and paste the extracted installation file to the application folder
By default, it should be /usr/sap/trans/EPS/in

Figure 1.4 – Move the file to the application folder

5. Login to your system Client 000 and enter T-Code SAINT. If you have a hub installation, you must install
it in your frontend system.

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Figure 1.5 – Add-on installation tool
6. Upload the installation file from Application Server

Figure 1.6 – Upload the installation package

7. Click Yes to upload the package


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Figure 1.7 – upload the package
8. Check whether the file is uploaded successfully

Figure 1.8 –The file is uploaded successfully

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9. Back to the main page and click Start

Figure 1.9 –Start the installation


10. Select the component and click Continue

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Figure 1.10 –Installation steps 1/6

11. Click Continue

Figure 1.11 –Installation steps 2/6

12. Click Continue

Figure 1.12 –Installation steps 3/6

13. Click Yes to add modification adjustment transports to the queue


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Figure 1.13 – add modification adjustment transports to the queue

14. Click Continue

Figure 1.14 –Installation steps 4/6

15. Check to Start

Figure 1.15 –Installation steps 5/6

16. Click Finish to complete the installation

Figure 1.16 –Installation steps 6/6

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Chapter 2
Activation for ICF nodes and namespace

In this chapter, we will go through all the steps to activate the ICF nodes and namespace for SAP Smart Business
applications.
If you are using a Front-end and Back-end system, you need to complete the steps in your Front-end system.

ACTIVATE ICF NODES FOR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS

1. Login to your system Client 100(Not 000) and enter T-Code SICF

Figure 2.1 – Define Services

2. Click Execute

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Figure 2.2 – Execute to activate services
3. Navigate to \default_host\sap\bc\ui5_ui5\sap\

Figure 2.3 – Navigate to application services

4. Right click and activate the services for specific applications that you want to use
Here I activate all SAP Smart Business applications. The services you need to activate are the following:
sbis_veri
sbspext_bsp
sbspext_htmlb
sbspext_phtmlb
sbspext_table
sbspext_xhtmlb

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Figure 2.4 – Activate application services

5. Click Yes

Figure 2.5 – Agree to activate services

6. Do the same steps for all the application services if it is needed

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Figure 2.6–Services for Smart Business applicationsACTIVATE THE NAMESPACE

1. In the Define Services page of your frontend system (T-Code: SICF), navigate to
\default_host\opu\odata\ssb

Figure 2.7 –Namespace services

2. Right click and activate both services under ssb

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Figure 2.8 –Activate namespace services

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Chapter 3
Activation for OData Service

In this chapter, we will introduce the steps to activate the OData Service for SAP Smart Business applications.
If you are using a Front-end and Back-end system, before all the below steps, you need to configure the RFC
connection and define your system alias between the Front-end and Back-end system.
You can refer to the Chapter 2 in the White paper below to get more details.
https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/x/eZ-5Gg
Also, check note 2249736 for further information.
After the RFC is configured, you can do the steps below in your Front-end server.
If you are using an embedded system, please follow the steps below:
1. Type T-Code /n/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE

Figure 3.1 –Activate and Maintain Services

2. Click Add Service

Figure 3.2 –Add Service


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3. Type System Alias Local and click Get Services

Figure 3.3 –Get Services

For embedded system, the system alias is LOCAL. But for Front-end and Back-end
Note system, please use the one you defined in the RFC configuration, which points to the
Back-end system

4. Double click OData Service /SSB/SMART_BUSINESS_DESIGNTIME_SRV

Figure 3.4 –Choose the OData Services

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5. If you are using a transportable package, enter the name of your package that will be later transported
to other environments. For this demo, we will use the local package $TMP. Click Local Object and click
Check

Figure 3.5 –Local Project

6. You will get a message to tell the service is created and its metadata was loaded successfully

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Figure 3.6 – Service is created and its metadata was loaded successfully
7. Back to the main page of Activate and Maintain Services, you should be able to see the OData Service
ZSMART_BUSINESS_DESIGNTIME_SRV in the Service Catalog

Figure 3.7 –OData Service is in the service catalog

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Chapter 4
Assigning the role to the user
In this chapter, we will introduce the steps to assign the role to the user to get SAP Smart Business applications.
If you are using a Front-end and Back-end system, do the steps in your Front-end system.
You need follow the steps as below:
1. Type T-Code SU01

Figure 4.1 –User Maintenance

2. Input your user name and click Edit

Figure 4.2 –Edit user profile


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3. Navigate to Roles tab

Figure 4.3 –User roles

SAP provides role SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST as a sample role to display the Smart


Business tiles. If you plan to have your own authorization checks, copy the provided role
Note into your own Z one.
For this demo, we will assign role SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST. If you are using a
copy, assign your custom role instead.

4. Add the role SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST to the user

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Figure 4.4 –Add roles to the user

5. Save and go back to SAP Easy Access page

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Chapter 5
Testing the application

All the installation and configurations are completed. You can go to your Fiori Launchpad and test the
applications.
There should be several applications added to your Launchpad.

Figure 5.1 –Fiori Launchpad


Then you can open an application to see whether the application runs well or not.
Here I will use Create KPI for the test and you should be able to see the page below:

Figure 5.2 –Create KPI


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