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SSO and WebDynPro (Java)

Hi Experts,

I went through a lot of posts regarding 'how to implement the SSO with WDP app'. But still clueless.

Can somebody please tell the steps needed to make my WDP application authenticate the 'logged in' user from the SSO login.

What I know is -

1. That I need to put some 'certificate' information about the SSO Ticket issuing system in my SAP-J2EE Server using Visual Admin.

2. and once the user is authenticated by SAP-J2EE server, the information of user can be easily extracted by writing few lines of code in WDP !!

The first problem I faced was that I couldnt find the SAPSSO2 ticket on my machine (though it should have been generated once i log in to my SAP EP).

And secondly i dont know from where to pick up the certificate which will be put in SAP-J2EE settings thru Visual Admin.

Please Help !!!

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2007 at 08:52 AM

    Dear Amit,

    The Enterprise Portal SSO mechanism is available in two variants depending on security requirements and the supported external applications:

    • SSO with SAP logon tickets

    • SSO with user ID and password

    Please let me know which process you want.

    regards

    Anil Dichpally

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    Posted on Mar 02, 2007 at 09:04 AM

    Hi Amit,

    Refer to the following blogs which gives you more idea about SSO.

    <a href="/people/dennis.kleymeonov/blog/2005/09/15/connecting-sap-systems-to-enterprise-portal-with-sso SAP systems to Enterprise portal with SSO.</a>

    <a href="/people/sap.user72/blog/2004/09/15/quick-guide-for-setting-up-sso-between-ep-and-r3 Guide for setting up SSO between EP and R/3</a>

    <a href="/people/sap.user72/blog/2004/11/30/user-mapping-based-single-sign-on Mapping-based Single Sign On</a>

    Regards,

    Jhansi

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