Subscribe to the Low-Code / No-Code Service in SAP BTP
- How to subscribe to and open the Low-Code / No-Code service on SAP BTP
- How to access the AppGyver Composer tool within SAP BTP
- Access to an SAP BTP account in EU10 with paid Low-Code / No-Code entitlements. See [SAP Discovery Center] (https://discovery-center.cloud.sap/serviceCatalog/sap-appgyver?region=europe(frankfurt)&service_plan=standard&tab=feature)
The Low-Code / No-Code service on SAP BTP is available with a subscription booster. Boosters are a set of guided interactive steps that enable you to select, configure, and consume services on SAP BTP to achieve a specific technical goal. For more information about SAP BTP boosters, view: Boosters
Alternatively, you could use SAP AppGyver’s free Community Edition, if you do not need any SAP BTP specific features. The community edition is available here: AppGyver.com
- Step 1
From your SAP BTP cockpit, click Boosters.
Search for Prepare an Account for Low-Code, locating the SAP Business Application Studio and SAP AppGyver booster.
Click the service icon, opening the service overview page.
- Step 2
On the booster overview page, click Start, opening the booster wizard.
The prerequisite checks run automatically. When both are marked as Done, click Next.
- Step 3
When entering your subaccount name, it is important to enter a new subaccount name, rather than targeting an existing SAP BTP subaccount.
Enter your chosen Subaccount Name and Subdomain and then click Next.
Add any additional Users you need and then click Next.
Review your service information and then click Finish.
The service setup runs, showing Processing and then Done for each item.
Once subscribed, a success message is displayed.
Once all items are marked as Done, click Navigate to Subaccount.
You’re now in your SAP BTP subaccount.
What is the success message that is displayed here?
- Step 4
Under Instances and Subscriptions, locate your SAP AppGyver subscription and click to open the application.
You’re now in the Application Development lobby, from which you can create an AppGyver project.