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SIngle Sign On using ABAP & without J2EE

I have a requirement mentioned below,

We don't have an EP portal. We have created a BSP application that serves as a launchpad for various applications. Now once the user logs into the workstation and tries to use our application, they are prompted to enter their R3 user id password which is something they don't like.

1. Is it possible to use the application without entering username and password. (SSO functionality - here the domain user id is same as their R3 user id).

2. If at all they are prompted to enter their user id and password, then it should be their workstation user id and password.

Our user logs on to Active Directory Domain Account and we are using Windows OS.

Can u please help me with the step by step process in order to achieve this requirement.

I am an ABAP developer. It would be nice if anyone can explain me using little bit diluted concepts 😊

Thanks for your valuable time.

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 06:50 AM

    Hi Shreyash,

    if you are looking for single sign-on based on the Windows authentication, then Kerberos and SPNEGO are the right technologies. This is pretty easy to set up. Maybe the best point to start are the videos available at .

    Best regards,


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