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Set Up SAP Business Application Studio for Development

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Set Up SAP Business Application Studio for Development

2020-03-19
Before you can start developing using SAP Business Application Studio, administrators must perform the required onboarding steps that are described in this tutorial.

You will learn

  • How to perform the admin steps required to work in SAP Business Application Studio

Prerequisites

This tutorial is based on the procedure described in the Getting Started topic of the Administrator Guide.


Step 1: Log in to SAP Cloud Platform
  1. Go to https://account.hanatrial.ondemand.com and log in to your SAP Cloud Platform cockpit.

  2. Click Enter Your Trial Account to access the Cloud Foundry environment.

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Step 2: Switch to subscriptions view
  1. Select the tile of the subaccount in which you want to enable the SAP Business Application Studio subscription.

    For the trial environment, SAP Business Application Studio is only available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) - Frankfurt region.

    If you do not have a subaccount in this region, you need to create a new subaccount, where: Provider = Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Region = Europe (Frankfurt).

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  2. From the Navigation area, click Subscriptions .

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Step 3: Add SAP Business Application Studio subscription to subaccount

In this step, you will add the SAP Business Application Studio subscription to a subaccount. Depending on when you created the SAP Cloud Platform account, this subscription might already be added in the subaccount.

  1. In the Subscriptions page, search for studio.

  2. Click the SAP Business Application Studio tile.

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  3. Click Subscribe to add the subscription to the subaccount.

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Step 4: Assign permissions

In this step, you will add the relevant role collections to your user.

Role collections are user-related authorizations that restrict access to resources and services based on defined user permissions. They consist of individual roles. The roles are based on role templates.

For SAP Business Application Studio, there are 2 role templates available: developer role and administrator role. The developer and administrator role collections, together with their corresponding templates, are created automatically when you subscribe to SAP Business Application Studio.

The developer role allows developers to load and develop applications using SAP Business Application Studio.

The administrator role allows administrators to manage (export and delete) user data.

  1. Navigate to your subaccount.

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  2. From the Navigation area, choose Security > Trust Configuration.

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  3. Select the relevant IdP (SAP ID Service).

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  4. Enter the e-mail of the user to whom you want to give permissions, and click Show Assignments.

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  5. Click Assign Role Collection.

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  6. From the Role Collection dropdown list, select the Business_Application_Studio_Administrator role collection, and click Assign Role Collection.

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  7. Repeat the role collection assignment for the Business_Application_Studio_Developer role collection.

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Step 5: Launch SAP Business Application Studio
  1. Navigate to your subaccount.

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  2. From the Navigation area, click Subscriptions .

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  3. In the Subscriptions page, search for studio.

  4. Click Go to Application.

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  5. Enter your credentials, and click Log On.

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  6. You might be asked to accept the legal terms. Check the box and click OK.

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  7. A new tab opens and SAP Business Application Studio loads.

    Bookmark this page!

    If you create a bookmark to this page, it is easy to get back to SAP Business Application Studio later.

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