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Userid and password transfer to SSO screen


I have Web Dynpro application which is able to login to SAP R/3 with RFC. On login it goes to the page which has a LinktoURL to the following http://<servername>:<port>/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/pz11_pdf.

But on navigating to the above address it comes up with the Standard SAP SSO Login screen where in the Username has "via popup" and passowrd "via popup". What I would like is not to see this screen by passing the parameters to it.

Is this possible, if yes please explain.

The reason behind to this indirect way is bcos the popup that comes up (is the standard Window's) has the possibility to save the password and that option is not that we desire.

Any ideas?

Many thanks,


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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 01:57 PM


    If you are using SSO to the portal server, i.e. you don't have to log in to the portal, you would have to set up som trust relations between the service authenticating your user and the portal.

    I think that you would have to set up the same trust between the AD/TAM/whatever and your its server.

    One way could be to fetch the pdf on the serverside.

    (try this blog: /people/bertram.ganz/blog/2007/05/25/new-web-dynpro-java-tutorials--uploading-and-downloading-files-in-sap-netweaver-70)

    You could also try an create a transaction-iview in the portal, and navigate to that iview.


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      Just to figure out what is happening.

      Install some plugin for reading cookies in your internet explorer.

      Examine if you have correct sets of cookies (MYSAPSSO or MYSAPSSO2).

      Compare between the portal and the ITS page.

      Usually there could be problems if one server creating the cookies are on a different domain than some other server trying to read the cookie.

      Make sure they are on the same domain, internet explorer would not send any cookie info to the "wrong" server.

      If the problem is servers with different names or on different subdomains, try have a look at the "relax domain" concept.

      Here is general info on ITS and SSO:

      There could also be problems with SSO when the server is on the correct domain but only with an alias.

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