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Prepare an SAP Fiori App for Translation

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Prepare an app based on an SAP Fiori reference app and prepare it for translation with SAP Translation Hub.
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  • How to prepare an SAP Fiori reference app so that you can translate it using SAP Translation Hub
beapaschBeatrice PaschMay 24, 2022
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February 27, 2017


  • IMPORTANT: This tutorial cannot be completed on a trial account.
  • Step 1

    To go to the overview screen of the SAP BTP cockpit, choose your user ID at the top of the screen.

    Locate SAP Web IDE
  • Step 2

    Choose Services and locate the SAP Web IDE tile by searching for web. Then choose the tile.

    Locate SAP Web IDE
  • Step 3

    In the service description for SAP Web IDE, choose Go to Service.

    Open SAP Web IDE
  • Step 4

    To get started with the app, ensure that you’re on the Home tab (house icon) and choose New Project from Sample Application.

    Choose new project
  • Step 5

    To add a project with the required files to your account, choose Shop and then Next.

    Choose shop app
  • Step 6

    Accept the standard license conditions by choosing I agree and then Finish.

    Accept conditions
  • Step 7

    To be able to view the app in multiple languages and enable SAP Translation Hub to locate the text resources file, you need to enter some data in the project settings.
    Select root folder of the application sample.Shop and open the menu with a right mouse click.
    Select Project - Project Settings.

    Open the project settings
  • Step 8

    In this step, you’re going to specify the languages in which you want the app to be available (Chinese, French, and German).
    In the Project Settings locate the Languages tab in section General and check that English is the default language.

    Make project settings

    Scroll down in the Languages section to maintain the languages: Chinese, French and German.
    Save and Close the Project settings afterwards.

    Define project settings 2
  • Step 9

    To test the application with mock data from a local system, you’re going to need a special run configuration. To do this, right-click the root folder of your application (sample.Shop) and choose Run | Run Configurations.

    Run configurations
  • Step 10

    Choose the + sign then Web Application.

    Web application
  • Step 11

    Now you need to do the following:

    • In the File Name field, choose the application file name /webapp/test/flpSandboxMockServer.html.
    • Under Preview Mode, select With Frame.
    • Under Mock Data, select Run with mock data.

    Once you’ve done that, choose OK.

    Run application
  • Step 12

    Now you want to see what the application looks like by accessing it from an SAP Fiori launchpad. To do this, choose the green button shown below.

    Open with SAP Fiori Launchpad

    Depending on your browser settings, you might have to disable the pop-up blocker to proceed.

    Choose the Shop tile.

    Open Shop app

    To make things look more realistic, the app uses mock data.

    SAP Fiori app with mock data

    Where do you maintain the languages for the reference app?

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