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Alternative to .NET iviews in EP 6.0?

Are there any alternatives to .NET iviews in EP6.0. I am specifically looking for a solution where there is an alternative to using either in the iview's URL or as a parameter to the URL.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2003 at 09:52 AM

    Well,

    if do not mention unification, it is easy.

    Just install .Net on some server, define this system in system landscape and call via URL using the URL iview template .

    If you want to use SAP SSO, you have to enable your .net server to accept SSO tickets (see on SDN under security).

    Oliver

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    • Using a SAPSSO2 ticket issued by a port with the .NET Connector is fairly simple:

      Destination dest = new Destination();

      // fill all needed properties like ApplicationServerHost...

      //...

      System.Web.HttpCookie ssoCookie = this.Request.Cookies["MYSAPSSO2"];

      if (ssoCookie != null)

      {

      dest.MySAP_SSO2 = System.Web.HttpUtility.UrlDecode(ssoCookie.Value);

      proxy SAPProxy1 proxy = new SAPProxy1();

      proxy.Connection = new SAPConnection(destination.ConnectionString);

      ...

      proxy.Connection.Close();

      }

      else

      Response.Write("Unauthorized!");

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