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Connect to SAP using JRA

How must I configure JRA in the J2EE deploy tool such that it will connect to SAP as whoever is logged in to the SAP portal application? Should this be an application-managed or container-managed sign-on? Is it possible to connect to SAP using the SAP Login Ticket?

The application is a J2EE java application. The application will run from an iView in the portal (SAP EP6 SP14). The requirement is that the update in SAP is logged in the SAP's audit trail as whoever was logged-in and made the update.

Thanks for any feedback!

Kevin

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    Aug 25, 2006 at 05:26 AM

    Hi

    I think you have to handle the part in JCO Connection

    see this help

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/cb/072642c9dedd2ce10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm

    see this thread for sso logon

    Get SSO base64 string

    Kind Regards

    Mukesh

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    Aug 25, 2006 at 02:08 PM

    Thank you Mukesh. The information you provided was helpful.

    I'm trying to achieve SSO (Kerbv5) using the JRA resource adapater. For this, I have to utilize the Connector Container Service. The application uses "Container authorization".

    Any thoughts on how to configure the factory in the Visual Administrator such that it accomplishes SSO to the host?

    Thanks,

    Kevin

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    Oct 22, 2006 at 03:24 PM

    Hi Kevin

    Were you able to do what you had asked?I am really trying to do the samething.i have the same version as you have sp14. can you please give me detail steps on how to achieve this. i followed the documentation and tried different options but still could not acheive. Please help

    regards

    Krish.

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    • Kevin,

      If you don't mind, can you please explain how you were able to pass the SSO2 ticket to the JRA ConnectionSpecFactory class? The createConnectionSpec method doesn't appear to support an SSO2 ticket to generate the javax.resource.cci.ConnectionSpec object. Or is there another way to pass credentials to the JRA object, maybe by setting a "Properties" map to include the SSO2 string?

      Any and all advice is appreciated. Thanks.

      Sam