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How to access remote application from from iview using usermapping on EP6

Hi,

I want to access my sdn home page from an iview using usermapping on EP6. Can please anyone tell me how to do that? I know that same thing can be done by creating .net iview and then assign the iview to the datasource.

Thanks,

Mona

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2004 at 03:41 PM

    Hi Mona,

    Search the SDN Content for "user mapping". Then you will get some results. Here in the pdf file "SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 - Security and User Management" from page 65 on you will find a description how to create a system for web applications and how to create an iView based on this system.

    You only have three things to do:

    First: Create a PAR-File containing the description of this system and deploy it to the portal

    Second: Create a system based on this PAR-File

    Third: Change the values described in the pdf to your needs (in system and iview).

    The rest works as described in the pdf

    To create the system description copy following in a Text-file (Last line is "//irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/PortalAnywhere.default

    Here you can upload and deploy your PAR-File to the portal.

    Then go to the Systemadministration and create a system (look in the pdf) based on the component you just created (name of your PAR-File).

    To get the values you need enter the start page of the web application (SDN Home in this case) an view the source. Look for the "<form" entry!

    regards

    René

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Following to what Rene mentioned, you can also use Appintegrator par file present in SDN. Download the appintegrator par file, create a Web System Template and then create a system based on that template.

      Enter the required properties for user mapping and then create an iview based on that system.

      Vivek

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