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SAP Logon Pad - iView?

Hi experts,

is it possible to integrate the sap logon pad within an iview?

Or what kind of start page do you use when using sso with portal..?

Regards,

Chris

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  • May 25, 2009 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Chris,

    You can create a Transection iView for SAPGUI.

    Regards,

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      You can add another portal to your NWDS - Windows -> preferences -> SAP enterprise portal -> add and point to your dev portal. The other way is to find the par file on your desktop and use the portal admin tool on your dev portal (system admin -> support -> portal run time -> admin console) to upload the par file.

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    May 25, 2009 at 06:49 AM

    Hi Chris,

    Once SSO is done, you call go ahead and create a Transaction iView within the portal. You can also select the options which suits you best....either a txn iview in html or via logon pad. If you simply want the sap logon pad to open up in the default view then use the tcode session_manager.

    Thanks,

    GLM

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    May 25, 2009 at 06:53 AM

    The SAP logon pad is effectively a menu, so you could make a system in the portal's system landscape for each entry. Then set a non-existent client number in each system definition and add an alias. Now when you start a SAPGUI iView it will fail to logon and give you an SAP logon window.

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