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HTMLGUI_FIN applications no longer working after patching UIAPFI70

Hello,

We are running SAP s/4 Hana 1511 SP01 (aka 1602) and have patched recently and are observing that several Fiori Applications calling NWBC could not be displayed because the target URL is incorrectly built :

Backend and Frontend components are running on the same system. (embedded scneario)


What we did is to patch the component UIAPFI70 300 to SP01, this created a lot of Fiori issues afterwards :

Component UIAPFI70 Release 300 SP-Level 0001 Support Package SAPK-30001INUIAPFI70 SPP-Level 0000 Short Description of Component UI SFIN S

For example for the app: Non-integrated Asset Acquisition

A new page opens after selection the fiori app :

https:///sap/bc/ui2/nwbc/~canvas;window=app/transaction/ABZOL?sap-client=100&sap-language=EN&sap-ie=edge&sap-theme=sap_bluecrystal&sap-shell=FLP1.34.8-NWBC

If a manually adjust the URL adding the hostname and port, the fiori app is correctly displayed.

Transaction NWBC is running file, table hTTPURLOC is correctly filled.

All FIORI app are failing if they have the semantic object HTMLGUI_FIN asigned to it :

When running trasnaction LPD_CUST we noticed that most of the entries disapeared :

We also have noticed numerous errors in LAuchpad designer similar as the ones described here :

2269272 - "Reference Lost" Error for FLP Tiles after applying new UI component version


So we followed sap notes recommendation, we recovered the missing tiles in Fiori LAcunpad, but they could still not be opened.


We opened a sap customer call but did not receive any significant help so far, I was wondering if someone here would have any idea of what is wrong.


Thank you




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    Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 02:11 PM

    Hi Raoul,

    Did you solve the problem?

    We are facing the same.

    Thanks.

    Meet Vajaria

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