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EP6: SSO with User Mapping

Hi,

I'm trying to define a System for integrating an external http(s) application like the

one mentioned in the PPT slides from TechED / Basel.

On one slide a system is created based on portal archive "com.sap.teched2003.system.webapp"

which is configured to point to URL "http://localhost:50000".

I'm using "SAP J2EE Engine Version 6.20 PatchLevel 67440.20" - but in this version

I can see just system templates for EP5, JDBC, SAP, Unification and Yahoo.

Does anyone know how to define such a system? where to get more information?

Any hints are welcome!

Thanks in advance,

Rüdiger

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2004 at 04:21 PM

    Hi Rüdiger,

    by default no systems for web applications are included to the EP6. You have to implement a PAR-File containing a portalpass.xml file to the portal yourself.

    Copy following to a text file:

    Name this file "portalapps.xml" and put it in a folder named "portal-inf". Pack this folder with Winzip give it a propper name and change the file extension to .par. Then import it to the portal using PortalAnywhere.default.

    Now you can create a system based on this component.

    regards

    René

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