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Prepare to Create Workflows in SAP Cloud Platform

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Prepare to Create Workflows in SAP Cloud Platform
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Prepare to Create Workflows in SAP Cloud Platform

01/23/2019

Enable and configure services and assign the user roles you'll need for creating workflows.

You will learn

  • How to enable the workflow service in your SAP Cloud Platform account
  • How to assign the roles you need to develop and use workflow applications


Step 1: Open the SAP Cloud Platform cockpit
  1. In your Web browser, open the SAP Cloud Platform cockpit. If you do not have a trial account, see Prerequisites.

  2. Choose Neo Trial.

    Choose Neo Trial
  3. Select Services from the left-hand navigation.

    Select Service
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Step 2: Enable the Portal service for your account

Search for the Portal service. Then select it, and choose Enable.

Enable the Portal service
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Step 3: Enable SAP Web IDE Full-Stack
  1. Go back to the services overview by choosing the Back button.
  2. Search for SAP Web IDE Full-Stack. Then select it, and choose Enable.

    Note: The workflow features are only available with SAP Web IDE Full-Stack.

    Enable SAP Web IDE
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Step 4: Enable the workflow service
  1. Go back to the services overview by choosing the Back button.
  2. Search for the Workflow service. Then select it, and choose Enable.

    Note: If the enablement fails, try again – this could be a temporary problem.

    Enable the workflow service
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Step 5: Set up the workflow editor

To use the workflow editor, you need to first activate the extension in the SAP Web IDE.

  1. On the Workflow tile, choose SAP Web IDE Full-Stack.
  2. Open Tools | Preferences, and then select Extensions.
  3. Find the Workflow Editor extension in the list, and switch it on.
  4. Choose Save and then Refresh.

    Workflow Editor Feature
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