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Saml bypass /irj

I had configured Sap Portal /irj with saml but I would like bypass the Saml login module while we tested the configuration. we set the parameter ?saml2=disable in the Url and the headers as this discission and it don't work

this is my stack

EvaluateTicketLoginModule SUFFICIENT
BasicPasswordLoginModule REQUISITE

CreateTicketLoginModule OPTIONAL

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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 04:33 AM

    Hi Gomez,

    The correct parameter should be ?saml2=disabled see SAP Note 1874339 for more details.

    And the correct login module stack for 'ticket' should be:

    1. EvaluateTicketloginModule SUFFIECENT
    2. SAML2LoginModule OPTIONAL
    3. CreateTicketLoginModule SUFFIECENT
    4. BasicPasswordloginModule REQUSITE
    5. CreateTicketLoginModule REQUSITE

    See SAP Note 2273981 for details.

    Hope this could help you!


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    • Hi Raul,

      there are some significant differences between ABAP and JAVA.

      Deactivating SAML via query string parameter saml2=disabled is the same on both ABAP and JAVA.

      Deactivating SAML via HTTP-Header x-sap-saml2: disabled only works in ABAP. I did not find an equivalent HTTP Header for JAVA yet.

      Choosing an IDP via query string saml2idp=MyIDP works for both ABAP and JAVA.

      Choosing an IDP via HTTP-Header is x-sap-saml2idp: MyIDP for ABAP and saml2idp: MyIDP for JAVA.

      Since the x-sap-saml2 header for AS ABAP is not officially documented yet, there might be an unknown equivalent solution for AS JAVA. @ @Dimitar Mihaylov and Former Member : Can you shed more light on this?



      Message was edited by: Lutz Rottmann

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