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Fiori Mobile configuration issue

I tried to follow this blog to configure my HCP, mobile service for Fiori. When I come to step "6. Click Get Started to start the App Wizard" I don't see the "Get Started" button. But there is this message:

"Note: Trial/Developer accounts are limited to two (2) mobile app configurations. App configurations created outside of the Fiori Mobile context are included within this limit."

I think the configuration tool recognizes that I have more than 2 mobile apps deployed to my HCP. Almost all of these apps don't have to be mobile apps. How can I tell the app in SAP Web IDE not to register as mobile app?

I already deleted the entry "com.sap.webide.hybrid.cordova" from the file .project in my Web IDE project.

  "projectType": [
    "com.sap.webide.hybrid.cordova",
    "sap.watt.uitools.ide.fiori"
  ],

But the project is still recognized as mobile project (menu item Enable as Mobile App is disabled):

Any suggestions?

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4 Answers

  • Oct 13, 2016 at 07:36 PM

    Hello Helmut,

    For Trial account, there is a limitation of two applications (that includes apps via Fiori Mobile and HCP developers & Operations aka HCPms). Check your HCPms account (hcpmsadmin-trial.dispatcher.hanatrial.ondemand.com/sap/mobile/admin/ui/index.html ) , delete atleast one app and try again via fiori mobile.

    Let me know your findings.

    Regards,

    JK

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  • Oct 14, 2016 at 06:47 PM

    Agreed with Jitendra - let's make sure you don't have more than 1 app in the HCP Dev & Ops (HCPms) service. We have changed the Getting started workflow to make things more clear - let me know if it still isn't!

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  • Nov 08, 2016 at 09:59 PM

    JK is right... after a bit of hunting around in HCP cockpit I found the right place. You need to go to your HCP trial account cockpit then go to "Services > Development & Operations" and choose "Go To Service"

    There you will see how many applications you already have registered and you can delete as needed.

    Hth,
    Simon

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  • Dec 07, 2016 at 04:16 PM

    Thanks, it worked after I deleted one of the apps from the Development & Operations service. Even though I got stuck in step 8 now. I added a comment to the original blog for that.

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