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Authorization on XI

Hi All

I would like to do the authorization on XI ( means i would like to make sure that its "ABC" only who is sendig me the XML file. I don't want to use BPM in this.

Can I do it with some other way too.

Like, in receiver determination I can give condition based on the content ( for e.g IP address of the sender ) of XML file.

But in actual Sender system is not sending the IP address, either I have to create some web application which will add this ( or any content ) in the XML file.

Pls. provide me some solutions.

Best Regards

Lalit

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 03:02 AM

    HI Lalit,

    there is a concept called Access Control List, which controls who can and who cannot submit messeages to XI.

    Here is the link to my weblog which gives you the details

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/11/17/xi-controlling-access-to-sensitive-interfaces

    cheers,

    naveen

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2005 at 03:56 PM

    Hi Naveen

    Sorry for reverting late on this.

    Here I am using SP11 & find out that we dont have this feature in SP11. I am trying to upgrade it to SP13.

    But in my scenario I am using plain http adapter ( sender ) means I am posting my XML content on " <b>http://xidev:8088/sap/xi/adapter_plain?....</b>" from Web server.

    So in this case do I just need to create the Valid senders in the service ( for e.g " Sap_WebServ_BS " ) from where I am making the http call. Am i right ?

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      Hi Lalit,

      <i>

      So in this case do I just need to create the Valid senders in the service ( for e.g " Sap_WebServ_BS " ) from where I am making the http call. Am i right ?</i>

      Ya you got it correct!! once you create the valid sender, you can control who can send messages using the Access List for that sender.

      And when you get Sp13 installed, check out ACL its prety cool. when everything is done dont forget to assign some points to me 😊

      Cheers,

      naveen

      Message was edited by: Naveen Pandrangi

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