Before retrieving or submitting any content from or to the SAPUI5 ABAP repository, you have to
share a project in Eclipse with a single SAPUI5 repository (represented by a
BSP application) with the SAPUI5
repository team provider.
- In Eclipse, go to the Project Explorer view and select your
- In the context menu of the selected project, choose
- Select SAPUI5 ABAP Repository as the repository type and
- To define the connection to the ABAP system, choose Browse…
and Next. You can only select system connections that are
configured in the SAP GUI launchpad.
- Enter the required information for client, user, password, and language. Choose
Choosing the correct logon language is important. When creating a new
repository, this becomes the original language of the repository. For
submitting files to the repository, you have to be logged on in the original
language, otherwise an error occurs.
- The Eclipse project can either be shared with an existing BSP application or with a
new BSP application.
- For sharing with an existing single SAPUI5 repository,
select Select a BSP Application and an existing BSP
application from the list.
- For sharing with a new single SAPUI5 repository,
select Create a New BSP Application and enter name,
description, and package (manually or browse for the package).
- Choose Next.
Note If the new BSP application belongs to a
transportable ABAP package, choose a transport request or create a new one
before finishing the wizard. Since transport requests are not automatically
released, explicitly release them after transporting them using transaction
- Choose Finish.
The selected Eclipse project is now connected to a single SAPUI5 repository. A description
containing the ABAP system, client, user, language, and SAPUI5 repository name is
displayed next to the project name.