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EP integration: How to prune away authentication screen to WAS?

Hallo,

I'm trying to integrate my BSP application in EP 6.0. I created iView with my BSP from iView template for BSP. But when accessing this iView, there appears IE window which requests authentication to SAP WAS. Do anybody know how to prune away this authentication screen?

Best regards,

Josef Motl

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 12:16 PM

    Hi,

    For avoiding the user authentication screen from WAS,you can have 2 options,

    1)UID/Password

    2)SAP Logon Tickets

    For Logon method using UID/PASSOWRD you have to do user mapping by providing userid/password of a valid user mapped to the backend system (WAS) ,after enabling SSO by setting the parameters in RZ10 as explained earlier.

    The other method can be using SAP logon tickets,this avoids hardcoding or using a single user for connection.For this you have to export the certificates from your EP and include in your WAS.

    So,you can choose the method that suits you,using User mapping using UID/PASSWORD is relatively simple .

    Hope this helps,

    Regards,

    Ravikiran.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 11:55 AM

    Hi Josef,

    Firstly you need to do user mapping in EP.

    Secondly, you need to enable SSO for your BSP applications to avoid the authentication screen.

    Follow this steps:

    1.Run RZ10 transaction.

    2.Add the following parameters:

    login/accept_sso2_ticket 1

    login/create_sso2_ticket 1

    login/ticket_expiration_time Default = 60 hours

    3.Then Restart your server.

    Then in the transaction SSO2 check whether logon tickets are accepted..

    You can run sso2test.htm in your system BSP application whether SSO2 is enabled or not.

    Hope this helps,

    Regards,

    Ravikiran.

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 11:53 AM

    in portal system definition for the back end system,

    WAS host, (with FQDN)

    WAS path &

    WAS protocol has to be maintained. and also portal certificate needs to be installed in the BACK end system.

    check with portal system admin guys whether the SSO for the back end system is configured.

    if everything is done and you still get this pop up check out the URL used for logging on to portal , you should use url with FQDN

    Regards

    Raja

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 12:05 PM

    Hi,

    Please go through the document which describes step by step approach to enabling SSO from EP to otherSAP systems.

    <a href="/people/dennis.kleymeonov/blog/2005/09/15/connecting-sap-systems-to-enterprise-portal-with-sso ">/people/dennis.kleymeonov/blog/2005/09/15/connecting-sap-systems-to-enterprise-portal-with-sso</a>

    Regards,

    Siddhartha

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