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From Tile to Abap Code..How

Hi Expert,

Unfortunately I'm very new to the Fiori Interface. I'm working on a Retail Project. I need to understand by the cluster set creation is not displaying all the records I expect.

I know a tile is connected to a semantic Group.

However, once the launchpad Designer points to a certain Semantic Group which I can approximately identify in transaction /IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE, where can we do within SAPGUI to read the code controlling that semantic group behaviour.

I went to SCIF, SE80, etc...but I'm not really able to pin point the how to display the abap code controlling this Fiori Tiles.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Alberto Sabate

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2015 at 03:49 PM

    Hello Alberto,

    The code that runs on clicking the Fiori tile is not really ABAP code. The tile opens a SAPUI5 application that is written in JavaScript and XML. The Fiori tile has either the application URL or reference to a LPD_CUST launchpad which contains the target URL of the SAPUI5 app. This SAPUI5 app exists on the gateway server as a BSP app. Semantic objects are specifically used in Fiori for triggering navigation between different Fiori apps/navigation from launchpad to Fiori apps.

    For e.g., for the Approve Purchase Orders standard delivered Fiori app there is a BSP with the name MM_PO_APV which contains the application logic of the application UI.

    The SAPUI5 app interacts with the back end data using OData services - which are implemented as DPC and MPC classes in the backend system and registered on the gateway system.

    You can find details of deploying a custom SAPUI5 into the ABAP repository on front end system and integrating into the Fiori Launchpad (via a Tile object) here How to Deploy UI5 Application on the Fiori Launchpad.

    Regards,

    Saurabh

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