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SSO from a .net portal to a SAP e-Recruiting Application

Hi ,

We have a .NET Portal in my company and we are going to embed the e-Recruiting application in our portal. We are using a Active Directory to store all the credentials of the users/customers.

e-Recruiting is a Business package coded in BSP's.

We need to create a Single Sign-On (SSO) so our customer can log just in one application (most of them coded in .NET) and be able to access all of them.

My problem is the next, we are working with SSO for our .NET applications, it is not very complicated, but now, with the SAP e-Recruiting application we don't know how to handle the SSO, we don't know how to pass the username and password to the e-Recruiting application (always in a secure mode, because we are in the internet). How we can connect the user data we have in the active Directory with the login Module (if any) in the e-Recruiting platform.

any help?

Thanks in advance.

Eduardo.

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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2007 at 05:03 PM

    If the e-Recruiting application in hosted by the Web Application Server, one way is to have the .Net application create a SAP Logon Ticket.

    This requires to store the .Net server certificate into the SAP Web Application Server (transaction STRUSTSSO2 if I remind correctly).

    To go further, there is a really good book about these interoperavility aspects;

    http://www.sap-press.com/product.cfm?account=∏uct=H1936

    Best regards,

    Guillaume

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      Hi, finally we decided to try with SAML, due to architecture issues and some problems with spnego with .net (it seems to be almost impossible to work with it, some techies told me they know nobody was capable of using sucessfully).

      I hope it will work.

      thanks.

      Eduardo.

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