Setup Guide (Cloud Version of DevOps Suite)
To get you started with using Figaf Tool, so you can see the tool in action and understand how it can help you.
We have created a cloud version of the Figaf Tool to make it easier for you to experience what value Figaf DevOps Tool can give to your integration work.
The tool will enable you to perform the following:
Transport of SAP CPI artifacts here under IFlows
Monitor the system
Create and execute test cases
Notice on our cloud version is not meant for productive usage. We have disabled our background jobs and will add some other limitations for the trial to not over load our servers.
If you want to explore more we recommend our on premise version that you can run on a local laptop, in BTP or your hyperscaler. It is all the same flow.
We have created some missions to show you the value of the tool.
To complete this you will need:
One SAP Cloud Integration System. You can use your own development or tenants from free tier or the trial.
A SAP user with access to the CPI. The user should not use universal ID
We recommend that you keep this page open to see the steps needed.
If you want to download an offline copy of this guide, then click here.
In this mission you will see how to connect to your SAP Cloud Integration system.
1) Open the email you have received
2) Click on the link to open the page and enter a new password
3) Now you are in the Figaf Tool
The screen may change a little over time. Since you are in our cloud, the license is already populated. So just click on “Create agent”
4) On the agent configuration page select “Create CPI Agent”
You can also create other agents using the “Create Agent” page, but the CPI is a simplified view to make it easier to work with.
5) Enter information about your SAP CPI system
* System ID: Is what you will call this instance CPI-Dev or CPI-Neo-Test or how you would normally refer to the instance
URL: this is the url that you normally logs in with to access your CPI system to the /itspaces url
Email: is the email for your S-User
Password: Is your Password for the s-user
6) A box should pop up with “Test connection settings” and if the text “Web API Access” and “Public API Access” comes up green then it was successful. . Click “Next” on this
If not the URL, username or password is not correct.
7) Select which packages you want to work with. This is to simplify the download of the packages. You can always synchronize later. Once you have selected some packages, press “OK”
8) Now you are redirected to the “Traced Object” page. Here you can see all objects in your SAP CPI system and which have different versions. Click on the “Synchronize” button
9)You will now see the packages you have selected. For now keep the packages you have selected. Otherwise the synchronization will take much longer time. Press “Synchronize”.
10) Now Figaf will download the packages you have selected and all the IFlows in it. There can be a few errors about missing reference to objects not in packages.
11) Now you can now see all the objects in the landscape.
12) Find an CPI_IFlow and open it. Click on the title to open the IFlow in CPI and make some modifications to “Save as Version”. Then come back to Figaf Tool.