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Lotus integration In Portal

Hi.

Now my task is to integrate lotus notes into portal.

So I have url = "http://lotnot/customer.nsf"

And I have User = "Alexander Troshanin" and Password = "0123"

When I open page("http://lotnot/customer.nsf") using Intenet Brouser, first I enter User and Password!!! and then begin to work.

And I must create iView so that. When user(Atroshanin) enter into portal he could open this iView.

When he opens this iView - page("http://lotnot/customer.nsf") will be shown without authentication dialog!!!

So I read some docs and forums to this theme, but have some problems.

I understand that first it is necessary to make "System":

I go - System Administration->System Configuration->System Landscape

And here I try to create "System". One of the main things is that I don't know what type of system I must choose at first step.

At this forum, - Yoav said that system Type is not so important. He said that at first, system must have properties I that need.

So I choose first type "Dedicated Application Server for R/3 System".

When this system was created I edit two system propeties:

Logon Method = UIDPW

User Mapping Type = admin,user

And I made one aliase for this system, call it "mySystem".

Thats all I know what to do with System!!!

Then I made "User Mapping":

I go - User Administration->User Mapping

Here I choose User(Atroshanin), choose System(aliase = "mySystem") and entered userName = "Alexander Troshanin" and Password = "0123"

And made mapping.

At this step all is clear and understandable!!!

Then I must create iView.

At this forum, - Yoav said to Choose iView of type Application Integrator

I do it.

Then I set some properties of created iView:

Authentication Scheme = basicauthentication

System = "mySystem"

URL template = "http://lotnot/customer.nsf"

URL template fraction for Single Sign-On (SSO2) = "http://lotnot/customer.nsf"

URL template fraction for user mapping = <MappedUser>:<MappedPassword>@

Thats all I done. May be I must specify some other properties(in system/iView)???

But it is still not works.

Now I know that for "http://lotnot/customer.nsf" there is basic Authentication!!!

So when I look requerst at HttpTracer when I enter User/Password

there is

Authorization: Basic QWxleGFuZGVyIFRyb3NoYW5pbjpWaWtFZWNXbw==

thanks for looking.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 24, 2006 at 02:38 PM

    My mistake was in iView:

    First I set properties so:

    Authentication Scheme = “basicauthentication”

    System = "mySystem"

    URL template = "http://lotnot/customer.nsf"

    URL template fraction for Single Sign-On (SSO2) = "http://lotnot/customer.nsf"

    URL template fraction for user mapping = <MappedUser>:<MappedPassword>@

    It was all right but <b>URL template & URL template fraction for Single Sign-On (SSO2)</b>, they must be:

    URL template = "http://<Authentication>lotnot/customer.nsf"

    URL template fraction for Single Sign-On (SSO2) = ""

    And that’s all!!!

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 20, 2006 at 06:05 AM

    HI alexander,

    I have ben trying to do the same according to the steps provided by u.

    But when i complete all the steps which are as fallows:

    i have url say http://lotnot/customer.nsf

    and them i make the system as per the steps and then mapped the user and password in UM admin .

    In iview i set the properties same as in steps

    could u just verify the USER TEMPLATE, USER MANAGEMENT AND USER SSO PROPERTY AGAIN

    THANKS.

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