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multiple web dynpro components in single web dynpro component

Hello Experts,

I have one main component, in which I have made component usages of 3 components...

After applying "fields authentication" to my service in SICF, whenever I load that main component,

it asks me around 3-4 times for login credentials. Instead, I want it to ask only once for login..



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    Posted on Jul 15, 2014 at 09:55 AM

    Hi Harsh,

    i tried the logout approach again with a component reuse.

    1) standard component for alv: SALV_WD_TABLE

    2) custom component with a simple view interface.

    I am still prompted with only once the login prompt, i assume there are some server settings which is infuencing this(unfortunately that is very system specific).

    What i can tell you is with the icf logon procedure change and (exit plug java script) it works fine .

    for ssl communication(https), i realize it works also for standard logon procedures(i.e without icf node change).



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    Posted on Jul 14, 2014 at 06:09 AM

    What you do mean by "Fields Authentication"?..Can you be little brief regarding your requirement.



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  • Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 11:59 AM

    Hi Tashi & Katrice,

    Finally, I found a solution to the issue after striving through all the time. The core pain to the problem was custom CSS that I applied to the web dynpro application using the code, altering the URL. That causes web dynpro application to reload several times.

    As a part of solution, I, then assigned CSS, to application by maintaining a parameter on application level at design time.

    Thanks for your prompt support.

    Thanks & Regards,


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