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Maintain Platform Subaccounts and SAP Web IDE Permissions

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Maintain Platform Subaccounts and SAP Web IDE Permissions

Create a subaccount in a SAP Cloud Platform global account and give permission to access SAP Web IDE to dedicated users.

You will learn

  • How to create a subaccount
  • How to give users the permission to enter SAP Web IDE

Additional Information

  • SAP S/4HANA Cloud Release (tutorial’s last update): 1902

Step 1: Enter SAP Cloud Platform global account

Enter SAP Cloud Platform and select your global account.

Enter SAP Cloud Platform global account

Choose one of the two options to navigate from global account’s overview to its subaccounts.
One option is the Subaccounts point in the left hand side menu the other option is the link below the count of subaccounts within the Info part of the global account’s overview area.

Enter SAP Cloud Platform global account’s subaccounts
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Step 2: Create subaccount

Click New Subaccount.

Press “New Subaccount” button

A pop up opens.

Enter following data.

Field label Field value
Display Name <YOUR_NEW_SUBACCOUNTS_NAME>
Description (optional)
Environment Neo
Provider SAP
Region <YOUR_NEW_SUBACOUNTS_REGION>

Click Create.

Add display name to subaccount
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Step 3: Enter subaccount

Now your new subaccount will be shown and you can enter it by clicking its tile.

Click new subaccount’s tile
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Step 4: Enable SAP Web IDE service in subaccount

Go to Services, search for SAP Web IDE and select it.

Search for SAP Web IDE

Enable the Web IDE service for this subaccount.

Enable SAP Web IDE
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Step 5: Enter Web IDE service's configuration

Click Configure Service inside Web IDE service’s overview.

Configure Web IDE service
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Step 6: Grant user access to SAP Web IDE

To enable users to work with Web IDE you have to explicitly assign the DiDeveloper Role to each of them.

  1. Go to Roles
  2. Select DiDeveloper Role
  3. Press Assign in the role’s section for individual users. A pop up opens.
  4. Enter the required User’s ID
  5. Press Assign in the pop up
Give SAP Web IDE access to a user

With the next session the added user will have the permission to enter SAP Web IDE.

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Step 7: Test yourself
Which roles enable a user to open Web IDE?
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Next Steps

Prerequisites

  • Authorization: Your user needs access to your SAP Cloud Platform global account in the Neo environment.
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