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How to Configure the Side Panel in SAP NWBC 3.5?

By Rahul Manoj Mahajan, John Deere India

Introduction:

In this article, we will see how to configure the Side Panel in SAP NWBC 3.5.

Prerequisite: ser must have installed the SAP GUI and SAP NWBC 3.5 on their desktop in order to login on it. Also, a basic understanding on SAP NWBC will be helpful to understand this article.

Details:

As most of us know that the basic purpose of SAP NWBC is to having all the required applications, traditional SAP transaction at a single platform. NWBC has one more very interesting feature called Side Panel. Using which we can configure our favorite website and open it in the NWBC client itself.

Let’s look into more details by configuring our favorite website www.saptechnical.com in it and open it and look into some tips while performing your job.

Login into NWBC Client (See article link for how to login to SAP NWBC 3.5)

Once you are into the initial screen of SAP NWBC. Go to Settings -> Connections -> Side Panel as shown below.

A pop window will come up.

Click on New button and add the website as follows.

Click on Okay button.

Now, let’s say you want to visit your favorite website while doing your day to day job. Instead of opening the web browser and typing website name, you can simply open it by clicking on small arrow on right hand side as shown below and it will open the website.

Once clicked you will see following screen.

In this way you can configure the Side panel in SAP NWBC and improve your efficiency while working in SAP.

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