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How to Restore UIcomponent in Cloud Application Studio?

Hi experts,

I deleted an embedded component (EC) from the Project Explorer in Cloud Application Studio by mistake, but I saved the XML code.

Now, my question is, how is it possible to restore the EC, using the saved XML code, to avoid the time consuming process of redoing all configurations/ developments manually. If I paste the XML into the EC-file within the solution copy on my hard drive this file seems to be not considered. Opening the EC in the UIDesigner shows the previous empty EC.

My idea was to paste the XML into the EC-file on the local hard drive and activate this file - but for some reason this file is not opened when clicking in the CAS. I assume either the online version from the cloud is directly opened or there must be an other hidden repository, which is used instead.?

Please tell me how to restore the EC - it would save much time, if it is possible to recreate the EC without doing all steps manually once again.

Best regards,
Patrric

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    Jan 08 at 05:49 AM

    Hi Patrric,

    There is no option from a Partner side to restore a deleted UI Component. You can create a ticket on AP-RC-BDS-UI with all the details of solution, system and the EC name. We will check in backend if it can be restored or not. Also attach the xml if you can.

    If this can not be done then the last option is to recreate another EC and do the same modeling as stored in the xml which you have.

    Regards,

    Kushal Gupta

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    • Hello Kushal Gupta,

      I created an incident at SAP and provided all information, including the xml-code of the uicomponent.

      Unfortunately I had to manually recreate everything though, which is time consuming and annoying, especially considering the fact, that I could save the xml representation of the uicomponent. With a proper versioning system it would be even possible to restore the deleted file itself...

      Another disadvantage is, that it is not possible to manually fill in the code into the file in the locally (on the hard disc) stored solution and to activate this file, instead of the one from the online repository. This local one is simply not considered by Cloud Application Studio.

      To make a long story short: Once you need a deleted file again, you have to manually recreate it from scratch :-(

      Best regards,
      Patric

  • Jan 08 at 02:34 AM

    Dear Patric,

    Once its deleted, i am not sure you can restore it from XML. However, I am cross checking with our UI experts and checking if any feasible solution still exist.

    Regard

    Anant.

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