SAP WinGUI is the most commonly used interface for accessing SAP functionality in SAP applications, such as SAP ERP, SAP ECC, SAP S/4 HANA, and the family of SAP Business Suite applications, such as SAP BI/BW, SAP CRM, SAP SCM, SAP PLM, and others.
Enabling SAP WinGUI API scripting allows you to create reliable automations for the SAP WinGUI. Studio and Robots require SAP WinGUI scripting to be enabled on the local machine as well as on the server side. Before you can create your first automation projects for SAP, you need to go over the configuration steps.
UI elements in SAP are known as controls, and you might need a particular approach or activity to detect and use them. Find out more about supported SAP elements.
The following versions of SAP WinGUI are supported for Windows 7 and Windows 10, for both architecture types (32-bit and 64-bit). SAP Logon and SAP Logon Pad are supported on all versions.
- SAP WinGUI 7.40
- SAP WinGUI 7.50
- SAP WinGUI 7.60
- SAP WinGUI 7.70
All available themes (such as Quartz, Belize, Blue Crystal, or Corbu) can be used for SAP automation.
The following activities are specifically tailored for SAP automation:
- SAP Call Transaction
- SAP Click Picture on Screen
- SAP Click Toolbar Button
- SAP Expand Tree
- SAP Read Statusbar
- SAP Login
- SAP Logon
- SAP Select Dates in Calendar
- SAP Select Menu Item
- Table Cell Scope
SAP WinGUI selectors support for the identification purpose not only
technical ID, but also
Type of SAP control attributes. Complex SAP controls such as SAP Tables, SAP Grids and SAP Trees do not have these attributes available, as identification is done differently.
In case SAP WinGUI API scripting is not activated or not allowed in your organization, you can interact with the SAP WinGUI interface with help of Computer Vision activities.
Updated 2 months ago