Personas 3 SP03 – Hide SAP Easy Access label

Published by Tobias Hofmann on

2 min read

After installing SAP Personas 3 SP03 you may not be able to hide the SAP Easy Access. The hide button is deactivated. This can be solved by applying the latest Personas 3 client. Just import SAP Note 2295996.


Hide button is deactivated to the SAP Easy Access label.


After installing Personas 3, you really should run the health check tool and verify if all relevant SAP notes are applied. The tool includes a button to check for SAP notes. Just make sure your ABAP system can connect to SAP Notes and download relevant notes.

Apply SAP Note via SNOTE.

The health tool will show you what to do, next is only to have the right Basis permission and let the system automatically apply the notes. It’s that easy with Personas.

Apply SAP Note manually

In case there is no connection to service market place available, and you cannot download SAP Notes via SNOTE, life is a little bit more complicated.

Download SAP Note

Check the relevant notes for Personas 3 and upload them manually. Download the SAP Note and unzip the contained txt file.

Upload note to SAP system

  • Transaction SNOTE

In case your system is OK and all other notes are already applied, you’ll see an empty screen. Now upload the SAP Note manually.

Goto > Upload SAP Note

Select extracted txt file.

The note is imported. The screen of SNOTE changes and shows you now the uploaded note.

Implement SAP Note

Select the note and go to SAP Note > Implement SAP Note

You may get an information the an RFC connection to SAP is not possible.

Confirm that you have read the SAP Note (you did, right?). This will start the import process.

Confirm that you know what you are doing.

Give a transport request.

Confirm again that you know what you are doing.

The status of the note is changing to processing.

Set processing status

Double click the note and you can see more information, also the implementation state.

If you are happy with it, set the processing status to completed.


Validate result

As you remember, all of this was motivated by the objective to be able to hide the SAP Easy Access text. To test if it now works, go back to the flavor, select the text and hide it.

Now its possible to select the text and the hide button is active. As expected, hiding the lable is now working.

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Tobias Hofmann

Doing stuff with SAP since 1998. Open, web, UX, cloud. I am not a Basis guy, but very knowledgeable about Basis stuff, as it's the foundation of everything I do (DevOps). Performance is king, and unit tests is something I actually do. Developing HTML5 apps when HTML5 wasn't around. HCP/SCP user since 2012, NetWeaver since 2002, ABAP since 1998.


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