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After deploy UI5 app from WebIDE into abap server how to run it on server?

Hi experts,

I created an app with index with a single View1 as well as index.html in Web IDE full stack and use right click on project name -> deploy to ABAP repository to deploy it into the ABAP server as a BSP.

Q1 Can I run it directly by Test Service in SICF on its corresponding service node? I did this but it returns a blank page.

Then I use /default_host/sap/bc/ui2/flp service in SICF to access fiori launchpad and configure the corresponding catalog and group in fiori designer as well as PFCG roles to my user. When I connected to the launchpad, I can see new tiles for my UI5 app. But it starts to run with errors. my Q2 is how to check and find the problem? I put a screenshot for it with F12 of chrome.

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  • Aug 16, 2018 at 10:03 AM

    Hi, after you deploy the app, one way to test it, can be on SICF, - right click verify service.

    Another way, the best one for me, is going on your front-end, SE80- BSP Aplications - <Z App name> (Not your app internal ID, think is zzcn_emp) and right click on the index.html and verify it, it will open a page with the app.

    Hope this helps

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    • hi Cristian, there are 2 nodes in SICF for my UI5 project deployed. One is under BSP and the other is under UI5. Actually none of them can be executed directly. The start file of BSP may be not index. And the UI5 one cannot load resource. Nevertheless, I found my error which is in launchpad role configuration. I created my app in 'Inactive Application', which is INACTIVE as it mentioned....

      But thank you all the same for all the replies.

      here is my experience:

      1 check the Application Type in the target in Fiori Launchpad -> Your Catalog -> Target Mapping

      2 ensure the UI5Component is correct and Application Alias matched for both Catalog and Launchpad role.