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MYSAPSSO2 ticket is not created

Hi,  We are using a Siteminder logon module to accomplish Single Sign on to the Enterprise Portal. 7.04.   SSO Logon is successful to the portal, but the MYSAPOSS2 ticket is not created.   Hence we can not get automatic sign on from EP to the next abap system.

Is there actual documentation for the CreateTicketLoginModule?   And how it acts in a Logon Stack?   For example: if there are two authentication modules (such as Siteminder and Basic) would either one being true cause it to Create a ticket if create ticket is last?   Or would one immediately proceeding it being false, cause it not to be created?

We did have 5 logon modules as defined in Header Variables Logon Stack documentation (Evaluate, Siteminder, Createticket, Basic, CreateTicket), but wondered if the last "create ticket" might be wiping out the one from the prior one, ,even though it never presented a Basic Login screen when Siteminder was successful.   Now we just have one CreateTicketLoginModule at the end (Evaluate, Basic, Siteminder, Createticket) , and have the same behavior.   It always creates a ticket when doing the BasicPassword logon (to NWA), but not when the Siteminder SSO is successful to the EP.

Any other suggestions of why the MYSAPOSS2 ticket might not be created?

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    Nov 16, 2015 at 03:31 PM

    Update for everyone, it turned out the cookie issue was due to differences in the domains (hidden under the covers) in the front end reverse proxy, alias to the SAP servers, server names, etc.

    Once we used some different URL's and network teams modified some names.. it is working.

    Ruth

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    Nov 01, 2015 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Ruth,

    Refer to the document in the thread CA siteminder and SSO to SAP portal | SCN

    Regards,
    Roman.

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    • Hi Roman,  Unfortunately that thread refers to the SAML 2.0 assertion.  We are not using that, we are using the Siteminder SAP Web AS agent that is closer to a Header Variable type of module.   We pass our SAP ID in a message variable WASUSERNAME, and a custom Siteminder login module logs us in the the Enterprise Portal.

      We are getting logged in successfully to EP, but he cookie is not created. (or is lost somewhere on its way back to the browser).   the create ticket login module shows Ok True True in the log.

      Ruth