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Portal on ABAP and JAVA Stack


We have installed portal with ABAP and Java stack. we are using the ABAP stack of my Central user andministration. Could I integrate the CUA into the portal. So that user can login into the portal and access the CUA.

I am confused how to connect same system ABAP stack through portal.


Venkata BAndi

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:34 PM

    I don't quite understand the question. When you say "ABAP stack of my CUA", what does this mean? Do you mean the CUA functionality that allows you to maintain users centrally and distribute to other ABAP clients?

    When a user logs on the portal, then authentcate against the client which the UME points to. When they start iViews, they can run against any backend client, as long as you have a system alias for each client. So, they could start some functionality in any backend client that is under the control of CUA.


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      Hi Venkata

      Generally, if you have ABAP as your UME source, then you want to create users with SU01 instead of the Java user admin tool. If you use SU01 in your CUA master client, then you can create and maintain users in all the child clients.

      To launch SU01, you first need to create a system in the portal. This is documented many places - please search for system landscape creation. Then you need to work out how you want to start SU01 - if it's SAPGUI for Windows, then you need this on the user's desktop. If SAPGUI for HTML, then you need an ITS. Depending on the version of ABAP, you may have a standalone or integrated ITS.

      Either way, you then setup the system parameters and then create an iView to launch SU01.

      Once again, starting transactions from the portal has been documented many times in SDN.


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