Once you have installed the Liquid UI for iOS on the target device, there are a number of configurations that can be performed. You have two types of App Settings available for configuring the Liquid UI for iOS App as shown below:.
Most client-side configuration is done in Liquid UI for Android App. Client configuration is mainly done from the Home screen, which is the first screen of Liquid UI for iOS. You can navigate to Main Menu, Connect to my SAP, and Connect to Liquid UI Demo Server screens from the Home screen. In this section, we will introduce each of these configurations.
The Main Menu in Liquid UI for iOS is where you can personalize the client and access some of the main features directly. The Main Menu is accessible either by tapping the menu icon in the upper left corner of the screen or by dragging it from the left side when you have an active connection. This Main Menu has links to multiple options through which user can configure the Liquid UI for iOS for SAP as per your requirement.
For more information on Main Menu, click here.
CONNECT TO MY SAP
CONNECT TO MY SAP is where you will create connections to either a SAP system or to a GuiXT Server, if you have the Enterprise Edition of Liquid UI for iOS. Each individual entry in the Server Connections has a number of subsidiary settings and parameters that you will enter when you add the connections.
For more information on server connections, click here.
CONNECT TO LIQUID UI DEMO SERVER
Connect to Liquid UI Demo Server is to introduce you to Liquid UI for iOS App. It goes through native SAP screens and display optimized screens for the same transactions.
For more information on Liquid UI Demo Server, click here.
Some configurations are also done in the Settings screen on the device.
For all users, the settings screen is accessed as follows:
Click on the Settings icon on your device as shown below:
Click the Liquid UI App. For most users, this screen will appear as follows.
You are navigated to Liquid UI settings screen containing following fields and controls:
Dialog Box at Message
When enabled, this option displays messages onscreen in dialog boxes. If this is disabled, messages will only display in the status line at the bottom of the screen.
Enable this setting to activate the logging functionality. This is explained further in the Logging section.
Dynamic Grid Control
Enables you to control the grids in the App by loading the data dynamically.
Dynamic Table Control
Enables you to control the table scrolling in the App.
Start Connection List Screen
Enable this setting to display the Connection List when you launch Liquid UI. The connection List is explained further in the Connection Profiles section.
Connectivity Error Timeout
Set the timer for socket connectivity to receive an alert message when R/3 server is not responding.