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Actual Intent of System Recommendations

Mar 27 at 08:23 AM


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Hi community,

how I can access Fiori standard applications, such as "System Recommendations", directly, instead of using the FLP in standalone mode?

When calling a self developed application I can use an URL like the following:


but what is the corresponding equivalent for "System Recommendations" (SM_CM_SYSREC)?

Thanks in advance!

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Konstantia Zerva-Spanou
Apr 02 at 08:41 PM

Hi Tim,

If you are refering to the following Fiori Library app and you are using the standard Intent:'F1354')/W18

You can use the URL as bellow:


In general for opening an intent based application directly you may add in the end the #<SemanticObject>-<Action> so for example for opening a specific FLP app the URL would be like:

https: //<host>.<domain>:<port>/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/Fiorilaunchpad.html?sap-client=<Client>&sap-language=<language>#Intent

Thanks & best regards,


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Thank you for your detailed answer, but my problem is that applications such as "System Recommendations" does not include an own "index.html".
I'm wrong in assuming that the initialization of Fiori apps is carried out by the FioriLaunchpad.html?


Yes, most of standard Fiori apps they use Fiori Launchpad's index.html, they do not include an index.html(you can check it in se80 for the BSP app) the app is loaded into the ComponentContainer of the FLP using JS-based navigation (hash navigation).

You can check the following Demo Kit link to get an idea about the app's files: