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SSO between SAP EP 7.4(Workgroup) to ECC 6.0(Domain)

Dear Experts,

We are trying to establish Single sign on between sap Portal 7.4, which is in local workgroup and ECC which is present in domain.

I have followed the possible ways mentioned below but ended up unsuccessfully.

Step by step procedure for SSO between EP 7.4 and ECC 6.0

Kindly guide me the relevant solution for this requirement. Also suggest if you have steps for the same.

Thanks& Regards,

Sakthi Kumar

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Sakthi,

    Are you trying to configure a Kerberos based authentication (e.g: SPNego) or is the problem with the ECC system not accepting Portal logon ticket? Your description isn't to clear to me.

    If you are having an issue with SSO between Java and ABAP check:

    - Trusted certificates are maintained under trust systems in Java and strustsso2 on abap correctly

    - you are accessing both via same domain and protocol, no mixing http:// and https:// and also domain ends the same on ECC and Portal i.e:

    If the problem remains capture a Fiddler trace and see if backend is getting MYSAPSSO2 cookie (ie logon ticket).

    If it is getting logon ticket check log traces for work process ABAP side why it is not getting accepted.

    Best regards,

    Nick Rankin

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    • Hi Sakthi,

      Logon ticket is getting to backend so this is good.. For Java system client should always be 000. Please delete cert under strustsso2 and reimport using client 000 for the Java keypair cert. no need to do this under client 000 logon, but you'll get option to specify client importing cert. it must be 000.

      This should sort it. If not check the dev_wpXX log files under al11 as these should give some clue as to why the failure is still occurring.

      Best regards,


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