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Generation of shortcut file - enabling of SSO

Hi,

I have a question regarding the parameters that can be used in a shortcut file to start new session in a specific system by using SSO.

We are generating such a file to allow users to directly jump into a specific transaction on another SAP system.

Currently the file.sap looks like this example:

******

[System]

Name=<SID>

Client=001

GuiParm=<server> <port> SNC_PARTNERNAME="p:CN=<USER>, O=SAP-AG, C=DE"

[User]

Name=<USER>

Language=E

Password=

[Function]

Command="*/SAPTRX/DISP_LINK P_OBJT=TEST;P_OBJM=READ;P_ID=00000000006100003665;"

Title=

Type=Transaction

******

What I am not sure about here is the usage of SNC_PARTNERNAME.

Does SNC_PARTNERNAME does make any sense inside GUIParm?

And if yes, should SNC_PARTNERNAME then not refer to the system (-> CN=SID)?

If no, what else is necessary to enable SSO?

Thanks and Best regards, Daniel

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