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Problem in System iView

Hell experts,

I have created a system iView for SAP R/3 system but my connection test is failing saying SSO is not configured correctly, actually i have not configured SSO at all I am just using the user mapping for the system but still it is giving same error bellow are the error details

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Retrieval of default alias successful

Connection failed. Make sure that Single Sign-On is configured correctly

It will be great if some one can help me in this regards.

Thanks

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 06:41 AM

    User mapping is a form of SSO, it just isn't the method which uses logon tickets. I assume you've mapped your portal user to an ABAP username/password?

    Try to make an iView and see if that works.

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 07:11 AM

    The 'user mapping type' property defined for the system should be "admin, user".

    Go to personalize --> profile --> User mapping for system access. Select your system alias and provide the mapped (backend) user name and password here. Try the connection test again.

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:52 PM

    Hi,

    Creating a System is Very Simple. Follow this steps.

    1. Your SAP R3 System should be added in SLD of the Portal Server.

    2. You should have the entry of the Host and Message Service Port of the R3 Server in the Host file and Services file in Portal OS Level.

    3. Create System in Portal -> Dedicated Application Server as Option

    4. In the Drop Down choose Connector first

    4.1 Provide the Application Server Name

    4.2 Logical System Name of the R3 Client

    4.3 SAP R3 Client, SID, System Number, System Type.

    5. Then, Choose the User Management from the drop down.

    5.1 Choose UDPW in Logon Method (If you are not using SSO, else don't touch the area)

    5.2 Choose User Mapping as admin,user.

    6. Choose the Permission from the Drop down and Add the User to whom you are configuring the System and Check the End User checkbox.

    7. Choose the Alias from the Drop down and Provide the Alias Name

    8. Go to User Identify Management

    9. Choose the User and Do the User Mapping

    10. Then check the Connection Test. It will work.

    Regards,

    Baskar.N

    Edited by: Baskar Nagarajan on May 25, 2009 2:52 PM

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