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BPC via sapwebdisp/proxy

Hello,

This is a repost from another forum, but still the same question.

BPC 7.0 for Netweaver, connecting to a BI 7.01 system. (I might upgrade to 7.5 if forced).

I am trying to figure out if what I want to do is possible or if I am on the correct path.

We have a controlled ECC/BI/Portals enviorment and the only webaccess to our env is through sapwebdisp server outside of our SAP context. We are in the process of implementing BPC and I am wondering if I can use our same webdispatcher to re-direct/pass through all of my BPC information to the correct system.

user --> webdispatcher --> firwall ---> BPC .NET Server ---> BI Server

We would have

sapwebdisp:443/irj --> Portals Box

sapwebdisp:443/sap --> point to ECC

sapwebdisp:443/bw ---> point to BI

and

sapwebdisp:443/OSoft forward to BPC IIS Server port (80 or 443, does not matter),

Is this the best way to do it? Since BPC does not have a message server (just IIS), I am unsure if I can design it this way or if I should try some other tools for this.

We want to continue to have the webdispatcher as the only web access into all of our systems.

Any thoughts?

So I guess my real question is can I use webdispatcher for IIS servers, or is there another tool that will allow this.

Thanks,

Russell Hull

Certified SAP Technology Consultant

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 11:35 AM

    How did you solved this problem?

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