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Nw2004s JAVA to ABAP - SSO test

Hello,

I have configured SSO between Nw2004s JAVA and ABAP running on different systems. I have imported required ceritificates on both the systems.

How do we test sign on between ABAp and JAVA ?

I logged on to portal and tried to run SAP Transaction ( portal --> System administration --> Support) but I am not able to see my ABAP system under system. All Iam seeing is " Sap local system and webex".

Can anyone help me pls ?

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 04:20 AM

    Hi ,

    i think you have not maintained the system connection & alies in the portal, do this way.

    1. Choose System Administration > System Configuration > System Landscape.

    2. Under Portal Content, navigate to the folder where you have been storing your content.

    Create a systems folder

    3. Right-click the folder and choose New >System (from template).

    4. Select SAP system using dedicated application server or SAP system with

    Load Balancing (for R/3 system) depending on your system, and choose Next.

    5. Enter the corresponding system name and ID, and choose Next.

    6. Choose Finish.

    7. Choose Open the Object for editing radio button, and choose OK.

    8. Define properties for the following categories:

    Connector

    User Management

    ITS

    9. In the System drop list menu, choose System Alias.

    10. In Alias, add your alias, for example, SAP_R3_Cross, and choose Add.

    11. Choose the Save button.

    Regards

    Shridhar Gowda

    P.S : a little bit of rewarding won't hurt you

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