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SSO for BPA in NW 7.4

Hello,

I found in the doku of BPA, that I can enable SSO for BPA:

"Enabling Ticket Authentication in Visual Administrator:

Open Visual Administrator on the global server.

Navigate to config > services > security provider.

Locate the following component:

redwood.com/scheduler-ear*scheduler

Switch to edit mode, on the right-hand side and select the Ticket template.

See Using Logon Tickets to configure SAP NetWeaver for logon ticket authentication"

But there is no visual admin for NW 7.4.

How have I enable SSO in NW 7.4?

Best regards,

Jan

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    Posted on May 13, 2015 at 07:53 AM

    I found the right configuration

    NWA > Configuration > Authentication and Single Sign-On > Components

    Attention: I have to press the EDIT button and CANCLE button to see my source

    So EDIT > CANCEL > Policy Configuration Name Redwood.com/Scheduler-ear*scheduler

    Under Authentication Stack

    > Used Template: Client_cert

    La-voila Sucess

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  • Posted on May 07, 2015 at 01:28 PM

    Hello,

    the authentication is done by the UME, so there is nothing to configure in BPA for single sign on. Look up in the NW documentation how to setup your Java stack / UME to use SSO.

    Regards Gerben

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    Posted on May 09, 2015 at 06:47 AM

    Thank you for your your answer perhaps I expressed myself badly,

    I want a SSO, when I call th ui URL in my IE. We use User certificate to the NW 7.4, so I have SSO to UME (example).

    But when I open the BPA URL, I have to insert user and password. SAP BPA don't use my certificate.

    Best regars, Jan

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