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Connect to SAP Web IDE and Clone a Project (SAP TechEd)

09/25/2019

Log into SAP Cloud Platform and use SAP Web IDE to clone a project into your workspace.

You will learn

  • How to log into SAP Web IDE
  • How to clone a pre-configured project and edit it to create your own application

This mission can only be completed at SAP TechEd.


Step 1: Log into the SAP Community

Register or log into the SAP Community. This will allow you to track progress of the tutorials and earn prizes at the Developer Garage.

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Step 2: Log into SAP Cloud Platform

Open a new incognito window in Google Chrome.

Log in to SCP

Navigate to https://account.hana.ondemand.com/, and click Log in.

Log in to SCP

You will find a number assigned to your terminal at the App Space.

Use the following email – Replace the XXX placeholder with the number assigned to your terminal:

Use the password: Welcome19

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Step 3: Open SAP Web IDE

Navigate into the global account …

Log in to SCP

… and then into the Neo subaccount.

Log in to SCP

In Services, click SAP Web IDE Full-Stack.

Log in to SCP

Click Go to Service.

Log in to SCP

SAP Web IDE Full-Stack opens in a new window. Log in with the same credentials if prompted:

User:

dat365-XXX@teched.cloud.sap

Password: Welcome19

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Step 4: Clone a project

Make sure you are in the development perspective.

Log in to SCP

If you see any open tabs, close them.

Log in to SCP

If you see an existing project, remove it by right-clicking on it and choosing Edit > Delete.

Log in to SCP

Right-click on the workspace and choose Git > Clone Repository.

Log in to SCP

Clone the following repository:

https://github.com/SAP-samples/teched2019-appspace-hana-cloud

When prompted, choose Do it later.

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Step 5: Configure the project for your user

Expand the contents in the project. Right-click on the file mta.yaml and choose Open Code Editor.

Edit yaml

Press CTRL+H and paste the following in the Search for input:

<<XXX>>
Edit yaml

Enter your assigned number in the Replace with box. Remember to include the leading 0 if you have one.

Edit yaml

Click Replace All.

Edit yaml

Save the mta.yaml file.

Edit yaml
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Step 6: Build the project

Right-click on the db module and choose Build.

Edit yaml

Check the last two lines of the build log to complete the validation below.

Edit yaml
What do the last two lines of the log say (the name of the project may vary)
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Next Steps

Prerequisites

  • You are at the Developer Garage and your workstation has a number assigned to it.
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