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The system is unable to interpret the SSO ticket received

Hi all,

We run a 4.7 R/3 System with an 6.40 J2EE Add-In.

Now we have developed some WebDynpros accessing the R/3 data. These WebDynpros are protected so that we needed to set up a single sign on via SAPLOGONTICKET.

All works fine if we deploy the WebDynpro to a different J2EE than the one on top of the 4.7 R/3 system.

But when we try to run the WebDynpro on the same J2EE system via SAPLOGONTICKET we get following error message from the R/3:

com.sap.mw.jco.JCO$Exception: (103) RFC_ERROR_LOGON_FAILURE: The system is unable to interpret the SSO ticket received

Unfortunately we cannot add an entry to the table "TWPSSO2ACL" via transaction SM30 or upload the verify.der via STRUST as here an entry for the SID is already exisiting!

Can someone tell me how to enable SSO (via SAPLOGONTICKET) for a J2EE WebDynpro that runs on the J2EE which is the Add-In to the same ABAP stack where to resolve the RFC data?

(SSO via SAPLOGONTICKET from a different J2EE - e.g. a portal - to the R/3 is working fine)

regards

René

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 01:30 PM

    Hi

    See this help

    Adaptive" target="_blank">www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f3f93ee7-0c01-0010-2593-d7c28b5377c2">Adaptive RFC- Troubleshooting Guide

    Make sure your client is enables SSO in strustsso2 transaction.

    Kind Regards

    Mukesh

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