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Web applications using SUP 2.2 SP02

Hi,

I need to create a web app which I can access through an iPad or a browser on desktop. The documentations I found so far were related to the hybrid web app container (which has constraints building the UI), but I would rather like it to be a pure web app which can be accessed through any browser. I would be using the RFC's on the SAP server. Could anyone let me know how to get started or suggest me a document that I should read?

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Ravi Chaudhary

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:15 AM

    I would suggest you to go with SAPUI5+Odata. Odata is data access protocol for web apps. You should have a web server to deploy your app. NW gateway is capable to expose the Odata services and it can be accessed through SMP. Note that it is possible to create proxy connections using SMP (SyBooks Online). You can use SMP as a proxy server to access the internet.

    You can also deploy this app in the HWC using the Hybrid app package tool coming with SMP, SyBooks Online. hope that answers your question.

    - Midhun VP

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 01:56 AM

    Hi Ravi Chaudhary,

    We cannot create web applications in SUP. If you want to open it in mobile browser, application has to deployed in webserver, SUP server is not a webserver. So we cant access it in webbrowser.

    But you can use jQuery mobile or SAPUI5 kind of UI tools to design your mobile app and then deploy into web server. So you can access through any browser.

    I dont think we can access SAP RFC's through javascript, there is no connector for SAP RFC. But we can access SAP webservices through javascript.

    Regards

    Yokesvaran Kumarasamy

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