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Dec 01, 2005 at 06:09 PM

Type of Single Sign On

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Hi,

I am a very new user of SAP and I am building a transport package to display some pages from a .NET web application in the Enterprise Portal. I need to do something similar to a single sign on so maybe someone can offer some hints on how to do this. First, let me explain how the website works so you will understand what I want to do.

The first time users visit the website, they must navigate to an InSQL server login page and log-in to gain access to other pages on the site. The InSQL login page is automatically populated with information needed to sign into the default InSQL server, but users have the option to change servers or login information if they want. Typically, the default InSQL server is sufficient and a user on has to click an OK button to establish the access to the server. Once this is done, the user can navigate the view the other pages on the website. Subsequent times when the user returns to the website, he/she should <i>not</i> have to log into the server again.

I want to do something similar to this in my portal integration. Right now, I have the portal content I need, but each time the portal browser is closed and reopened, the user must click the OK button on the InSQL login page again to access the website pages. They should not have to do the login again.

From what I've read so far, I believe solving this issue is possible, but I need some direction on what to do. I'm not sure if this is the same thing as the single sign on, because the InSQL login information is different than the user's system login information or portal login information.

Thanks!