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UWL - SSO Problem

HI Experts,

I have UWL configured on my portal (NW2004s) with backedn ECC6.

Now when I click on any workitem in the inbox it opens that work item in a new window BUT with the standard SAP look and feel. (Just like the look and feel of the R/3 Screen).

My customer does not want that, the wants the look and feel (of the new window)like HTML or Webdynpro. So I do some change in my backend code and add the following :

CALL METHOD cl_gui_frontend_services->execute

exporting

document = l_url

end_method

Now what haapens is :

Step 1 : When I click on the inbox workItem, it opens the new window and shows me an error <b>"Error in Configuration of SAP Logon Tickets"</b>, There are two buttons Ok and cancel. I select OK.

Step 2 : Then in the same new window, it shows me a security certificate. I again select OK

Step 3 : Then in the same new window, it opens a dialog for me to select a file from my local system. So I select C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

Step 4. Then in the same new window, it again opens a small login window and asks for the user creadentials for the backend system that its going to connect. i.e SAP Web Application Server [DXX]. I provide the username and password and it opens the WORKITEM DOCUMENT for me in the HTML/WEBDYNPRO format as required.

I do not understand y are all these steps required when my SSO is configured properly. There should be no need for me to provide my backend username and password.

What do I need to check ? Any suggestions will be helpful.

/sab

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:56 AM

    Could this be related to the user profile ?

    /sab

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