Here we will try to summarize standard Fiori App implementation step by step.

SAP Fiori is a new user experience (UX) for SAP software and applications. It provides a set of applications that are used in regular business functions like work approvals, financial apps, calculation apps and various self-service apps.

SAP Fiori Apps can be accessed on desktops, Mobile or tablets. These are web-based applications hosted on SAP-Fiori server (front-end system) and access business data from SAP-ECC (back-end system).

Please note: In case of SAP-Hana server, Back-end/front-end system is same system.

There are two types of SAP-Fiori app implementations:

  1. Standard Apps
    • Implementation of those business apps, which are released by SAP. These are categorized as Transnational, Fact-sheets and Analytical apps etc.
  2. Customized Apps
    • As per business requirement, a complete custom fiori app can be implemented.
    • Below blog can be referred for detailed step:
    • SAP Fiori – Custom App Implementation


  1. SAP ECC Server (Back-end)
  2. SAP Fiori Server (Front-end)
  3. SAP Fiori Launchpad Url:
    • https://:/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html
  4. SAP Fiori Designer Url:
    • https://:/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/arsrvc_upb_admn/main.html
  5. Important T-codes
    • SrNo T-code Description
      1 SICF  (Path: /sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/) UI5 Application Path
      2 SICF  (Path: /sap/opu/odata/sap/) Odata Service Path
      3 /n/iwfnd/maintain_service Odata Service Registration
      4 /n/UI2/SEMOBJ_SAP Semantic objects by SAP
      5 /n/iwfnd/error_log Error Log
      6 LPD_CUST Launchpad Role
      7 PFCG PFCG Role


Standard SAP Fiori App implementation steps:

Source of App Implementation Details:

  • SAP provides a complete implementation information for each standard app, which details can be found in below SAP-App Library link:
  • https://fioriappslibrary.hana.ondemand.com/sap/fix/externalViewer/index.html#/home

Each standard Fiori app consist of below components:

  1. Software Components
    • Back-End Software Components
    • Front-End Software Components
  2. Back-End Components
    • Odata Service
    • Back-End Authorization Role (PFCG)
  3. Front-End Components
    • SAP UI5 Application
    • Odata Service Registration
    • Business Catalog
      1. Tile
      2. Target Mapping
      3. Semantic Object
      4. Launchpad Role
    • Business Group
    • Front-End Business Role (PFCG)
  • Relationship between Front-end components can be understood with help of below image:


Example: App Implementation: “Approve Purchase Order”

Lets take an example of standard App Implementation: “Approve Purchase Order”

  1. Get Component details from below implementation link of app “Approve Purchase Order”
    • https://fioriappslibrary.hana.ondemand.com/sap/fix/externalViewer/index.html#/detail/Apps(‘F0402’)/W13
    • or if older version required
    • https://help.sap.com/fiori_bs2013/helpdata/en/57/7F3C52C638B610E10000000A44176D/frameset.htm
    • As per older version reference, below objects found, which needs to be configured in respective systems:
    • Component-Name Technical Name System
      1 Front-End Software Cmp UIX01EAP 100 (0008 ) Front-end
      2 Back-End Software Cmp GBAPP002 600 (0010 ) Back-end
      3 SAP UI5 Application MM_PO_APV Front-end
      4 OData Service GBAPP_POAPPROVAL Back-end
      5 PFCG Role SAP_MM_PO_APV_APP Back-end
      6 Business Catalog SAP_MM_BC_BUYER_X1 Front-end
      7 Business Group SAP_MM_BCG_BUYER_X1 Front-end
  2. Software Component installation

    • Get front-end/back-end software component details of app and take help of Basis team to install in respective system
    • Post-installation cross check software component availability in respective system:
      • Go to SAP Logged in main page -> Menu ‘System’ -> ‘Status’ -> ‘SAP System Data’ -> ‘Product Version’ click on button ‘Component’ -> Check Component
  3. Enable App for Access in SAP Fiori Launchpad

    • Front-End Server: Activate ICF Services

      • Activate SAP UI5 Application
        • T-code: SICF
        • Path:     /sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/mm_po_apv
      • Activate Odata Service
        • T-code:  SICF
        • Path:     /sap/opu/odata/sap/gbapp_poapproval/
      • Go to respective paths -> right click -> Activate
    • Front-End Server: Register Odata Service

      • Pre-requisites: System Alias Maintainance
        • In SAP-Fiori (Front-End) System, configure ‘system alias‘ Alias for SAP-ECC (Back-End) System.
          • Go to T-code ‘SPRO’ -> ‘SAP Reference IMG’ -> SAP Customizing Implementation Guide -> SAP NetWeaver -> SAP Gateway -> OData Channel -> Configuration -> Connection Settings -> SAP Gateway to SAP System -> Manage SAP System Aliases
          • Enter RFC-Destination and check boxes ‘Local GW’ & ‘For Local App’ should be unchecked
          • RFC-Destination should have enabled ‘Current-User’ logon settings
      • Odata Service registration:
        • T-Code:  /n/iwfnd/maint_service
        • Steps to register:
          • Go to above t-code -> click on button ‘Add Service’ ->
          • in next window select Back-end system alias -> click on display button ‘Get Service’
          • To add service, select service row from grid -> click on button ‘Add Selected Service’
          • Next One pop-up comes, where select package as $TMP -> click ok
        • Once service gets registered, we can see it in registered service list of t-code ‘/n/iwfnd/maint_service’ havine zprefix in name as ‘ZGBAPP_POAPPROVAL’
    • Front-End Server: Fiori Designer object verification
      • Go to Fiori Desginer url
        • https://:/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/arsrvc_upb_admn/main.html
      • Checking Business Catalog, Tile and Target Mapping
        • Check availability of ‘Business Catalog and Tile ‘Approve Purchase Orders’
        • Click on Tile ”Approve Purchase Orders’,
        • next window has configured semantic object as ‘PurchaseOrder‘ with action ‘approve
        • Target Mapping’
        • click Tab icon ‘Target Mapping’ -> select entry with semantic object ‘PurchaseOrder‘ and action ‘approve’
        • Click on status bar button ‘Configure‘ to view configured details in selected target mapping
        • Here we can see configured Launchpad Role ‘UIX01MM’ having alias ‘ApprovePurchaseOrders’
    • Checking Launchpad Role
      • we can verify from SAP-Fiori’s t-code LPD_CUST
      • As we can seen UI5 Application path in abaove screen
      • Thus we can summarize, how objects linking as:
      • Business Catalog -> Tile -> Semantic Object -> Target Mapping -> Launchpad Role -> UI5 Application
    • Checking Semantic Object
      • Semantic Object availability can be check in front-end server t-code ‘/UI2/SEMOBJ_SAP ‘
  1. Role assignment to user-id

    • Back-End Authorization Role
      • In sap-ecc assign role ‘SAP_MM_PO_APV_APP’ to user-id for e.g. ‘user1’
    • Front-End Authorization Role
      • Here user-id ‘user1’ will have access to two PFCG role, which are:
        1. App’s Front-End Business Role ‘SAP_MM_BCR_BUYER_X1’
        2. A custom PFCG Role named as ‘Common_FioriApp_Role’, which is required for FioriLauchpad page accessibility, having below object access:
          • R3TR IWSV /UI2/PAGE_BUILDER_PERS 0001
          • R3TR IWSV /UI2/INTEROP 0001
          • R3TR IWSG ZINTEROP_0001
          • R3TR IWSV /UI2/LAUNCHPAD 0001
          • R3TR IWSG ZTRANSPORT_0001
        3. Some times, while accessing app, we got Odata Service error, which can be checked in t-code ‘/n/iwfnd/error_log’, if this case arises, then we need to create a pfcg role which will have TADIR Service access of app “Approve Purchase Order”
          • To create a new PFCG role, Go to T-code PFCG -> Enter name -> Tab ‘Menu’ -> click on button ‘Transaction’ -> ‘Authorization Default’ –
          • -> in new pop-up window select ‘TADIR Service’ -> R3TR -> IWSG SAP Gateway: Service Groups Metadata -> Service from F4 help
  2. Apart from this, perform configuration tasks in the back-end system as mentioned in document link:

    • https://help.sap.com/fiori_bs2013/helpdata/en/57/7F3C52C638B610E10000000A44176D/frameset.htm


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