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SSO for a portal user with more than one account in the same SAP backend.

Hi All

I have a scenario where there is an SAP Portal (7.0) and several SAP backend systems. All SAP backends and the portal are in

the same domain. The customer wants to implement a Single Sign On between the portal and the SAP backend systems with SAP

Logon Tickets. This is not the problem.

My problem is to implement a Single Sign On (SSO) for a portal user, who has more than one SAP account in the same SAP backend

system. For the main account in the SAP backend (e.g. tsab) the SAP Logon Ticket from the portal is used. But I have no solution to

implement SSO for the second (e.g. tsab_01) or third (e.g. tsab_02) SAP account of the same SAP backend system.

Has somebody a possible solution for this scenario?

Please let me know if you need more information.

Thanks

TS

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  • Posted on Sep 01, 2009 at 06:56 PM

    Hi Thomas

    If the user has several backend accounts, then the usernames of these must be different to the portal username.. therefore you will have to use User Mapping to achieve SSO for these additional accounts. You could create several system objects for the same backend, with different aliases, and assign different user mapping to each system for your portal user.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/f8/3b514ca29011d5bdeb006094191908/frameset.htm

    Regards

    Jane

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 01:11 PM

    Hi Jane,

    for a user mapping scenario, the user has several backend account with usernames are different to the portal username.

    But the customer don't want a user mapping scenario. Internaly we discussed a solution for creating additional SAP Logon

    Tickets. Have you something heard about such a solution? If yes, can you send me some links or informations?

    Regards

    Thomas

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