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ICSS : How to set the default number login errors.

Hi experts.

Does anyone know how we can set the number of failed passwords when login to the icss application ?

While debugging i've seen that when we log we got to the backend function module 'CRM_ICSS_GET_USER_DETAILS' but i'm unable to see how and where is the check on the password managed.

If anyone has an idea, it will be very helpful. I need to reduce the number of failed from 6 to 3. Maybe it's a customizing point ...

Thanks for the help.



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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 01:27 AM

    ICSS does not attempt to limit the logon attempts explicitly. Number of login attempts before locking a userid is a Basis / system profile parameter setting.


    You can change this setting to get what you need.But, this change will affect all the SAPGUI user logon behavior, and this may not be what you wanted. For more information about this, see the documentation for the profile parameter in transaction RZ11

    However, if you want to programatically count , limit and give a custom message after three attempts, you can try enahncing the login related actions - such as IcssInitAction .

    Easwar Ram

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