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Getting Started with SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development (Trial)

By Daniel Wroblewski

This tutorial shows you how to set up your SAP Cloud Platform trial account so you can start developing applications with SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development.

You will learn

  • How to enable and start using SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development

Details

The new SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development supports additional scenarios, and includes additional features for improving the build process and creating full-stack applications.


Step 1: Log onto SAP Cloud Platform

Log onto your SAP Cloud Platform account.

Open cockpit

Make sure you are in the Neo environment, not the Cloud Foundry environment. Neo is the classic, proprietary SAP Cloud Platform, and you can return to it by going Home | Go to Neo Trial.

Step 2: Enable the SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development service

Click Services.

Services

In the search box, search for Web, and then click the SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development tile.

Find full-stack version

Click Enable. This may take a few minutes.

Enable full-stack version

Wait for the status to change to the green, Enabled status.

full-stack version enabled
Step 3: Open SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development

In the SAP Web IDE for Full-Stack Development service screen, click Go to Service link to open SAP Web IDE. Save it in your favorites.

Open SAP Web IDE
Step 4: Set up Cloud Foundry environment - OPTIONAL

If your scenario includes deploying apps to the Cloud Foundry environment, then you need to also set up this environment. These will generally be for full-stack applications that include database and Java modules.

Create a Cloud Foundry subaccount, organization, and space. See Get a Trial Space on the Cloud Foundry Instance.


Next Steps

Updated 12/12/2017

Time to Complete

5 Min

Beginner

Prerequisites

You have access to an SAP Cloud Platform trial account. If you don’t have an account, you can open one. See the tutorial or documentation.

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