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Personnel Cost Planning BSP - deactivate single sign-on

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(R/3 v4.7 ext set 2)

We need to implement the BSP for Personnel Cost Planning (hrhcp_planning). The BSP and related services are active. When using transaction PHCPDETL from R/3, Internet Explorer opens with a message saying that Single Sign-on is not active on the server and needs to be. The help around hrhcp_planning states that SAP recommends Single Sign-On.

Is there anyway to prevent the BSP from requiring Single Sign-On?

Alternatively what is the quickest way to get SSO up and running? What would I need to do?

Has anyone come across this before ? What was done?

thanks

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 11:50 AM

    Pl check this SAP" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/d6/031c3ac9fb1d75e10000000a114084/frameset.htm">SAP Help for more info on SSO.

    The check for SSO exists inside the std function module HR_HCP_DETAIL_START via the following Method Call

        CALL METHOD viewer->enable_sapsso EXPORTING enabled = 'X' EXCEPTIONS OTHERS = 99.
    

    You may have to copy the TCode & the subesequent function calls to eliminate this check.. I would suggest getting your BASIS to set up the SSO as a better option.

    ~Suresh

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Suresh.

      We have implemented SSO using logon tickets by enabling the create and accept parameters on our R/3 server. It now comes up with a logon box and once I enter my logon details it tries to browse to the right page. The first time I did this it came with a BSP page forbidden error. Since then it comes up with a blank.

      Basis has checked in SICF and all the required services are active. In addition we have checked note 612670 and all the requirements are met.

      When running report SAPHTML_SSO_DEMO it returns success.

      Any ideas on what could be wrong?

      Thanks

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